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Happy 14th Birthday!
Best Veteran in Sweeps 2010
2008 National Championship
BIS BISS CH Paradigm Paradise Regain'd NA NAJ CGC WAC ROM DOB 9/12/2003-8/28/2018
Zoe passed her Working Aptitude Evaluation,WAE, which qualified her for her Register of Merit, ROM, at the DPCA National Specialty in October 2008
The Register of Merit (ROM) Award The ROM Award will be issued by the Doberman Pinscher Club of America to Dobermans who have demonstrated acceptability in the three areas of conformation, trainability, and temperament. In order to be eligible for the ROM Award, a Doberman must attain: 1. An AKC Championship Title 2. One or more acceptable Performance Titles 3. A WAC obtained by passing a DPCA sanctioned Working Aptitude Evaluation
The DPCA ROM Award signifies and gives recognition to the TOTAL DOBERMAN, sound in mind and body, and should be a guide to breeders in the quality of their stock.
RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR REGISTER OF MERIT (ROM) AWARDS AND WORKING APTITUDE EVALUATION PROGRAM (WAE) Doberman Pinscher Club of America
Zoe is featured on page 30 in the Honor Roll of Excellence section of Richard G. Beauchamp’s 2nd edition book, "Solving the Mysteries of Breed Type" published in 2008.
As an owner-handled Special Zoe garnered an Award of Excellence at the 2007 National Championship. She received the invitation for being nationally ranked in the Top 25 of her breed as well as a Best in Show winner. She is a multiple Best in Specialty Show winner, Group winner and placer. Two years in a row she received an Award of Merit at the Dallas DPC Specialty.
Zoe finished her breed Championship out of the 12-18 month class at the Wentzville, MO Specialty with 4 major wins and 3 single wins all of them going Best of Winners. Two of the major wins were at Specialties.
Zoe titled in Novice Agility Jumpers her second weekend out and Novice Agility Standard her third weekend out. She competed from September to October 2007 with most of her qualifying scores being double Q’s with placements.
Zoe is an excellent example of the Doberman, she can do it all!
She proved this to me in Enid, OK in October 2007 when in less than 2 hours we won Best of Breed, ran an Agility Jumpers course then ran back to the Group ring to win 2nd place. She switched gears like a pro!
In 2010 Zoe continued to be shown as a Special where she won multiple Best of Breeds, a Best in Specialty Show, Best of Opposite Sex as well as Group firsts and placements.
At the 2010 DPCA Regional Specialty, Zoe won Best Veteran in Sweeps out of the 7-9 year bitch class and 2nd place in the National Specialty Veterans Sweeps.
Zoe produced 3 Champions in 2 litters finished owner-handled in the bred by classes. She was a joy every day, for 14 years and 350 days every day was a wonderful blessing.
She is greatly missed and always loved. There will never be another like my Zoe!
Eukenuba National Championship December 2007
Springfield, MO November 2007
Tulsa, OK November 2007
Enid, OK October 2007
Enid, OK October 2007
Best In Show Sedalia MO 2007
Group 1 Sedalia MO 2007
What a chest!
Miss High Intensity!
A Champion Team
We do not condone or support the breeding of the "white"/albino Doberman as it is a genetic mutation.