The only time our K-9 companions are confined to kennel runs is when we are mowing or doing other yard work with implements that they enjoy attacking. At those times, the dogs are contained for their own safety. Most of the time, our adult dogs are out and about with us, or sleeping on the furniture, waiting for us to come home.
To watch video of our athletic dogs, well, being dogs.... extremely athletic, happy dogs, please check out our video on youtube entitled, "Kira, Let's Roll!"
We limit the total number of adult dogs that we have at any one time to four because we do not believe in “warehousing” our dogs. Dogs evolved to socialize with people, not to be stored like inanimate objects in a warehouse.
We rarely have litters of puppies. We have only bred five litters (A, C, D, E, G) since 1990. When we do have a litter, our puppies are out and about with us and our other dogs so they can be socialized appropriately. We raise our dogs in accordance with the way we believe dogs evolved with humans, as an integral part of a social unit, not "out back in a kennel."
Kali and Tina on vacation in Maine.
Gato. & Kira
Kira & G-Litter puppies.
Yaro & Kira.
At this time I have no plans to breed any litters in the near future due to my being focused on other very important projects.
Producing an excellent working litter takes very much time, which presently, I do not have.
If you go to the FRIENDS page of this website, you will find breeders who are currently working to produce dogs that are preserving the Bahnhof bloodlines and may be planing to have upcoming litters.
Yaro & Kira.
Kali with G-Litter puppies.
Genevieve and Ginger (in back).
Kali & Zorro
Bahnhof Dobermanns: About us ... who we are!
Gato and Tina on vacation in Maine.
Kali, Zorro, and Tina on vacation in Chicagoland (along Lake Michigan's beach).
Gato, Kira, & Kali
Yaro, Kira, & Kali.
My dogs are fully integrated into my life.
They live with me in my home.
They vacation with me.
They do not live "out back" in kennels.