Our team of Doberman experts and enthusiasts, veterinarians, and scientific researchers are united by the belief that every Doberman dog deserves to live a long, healthy, and productive life.
Our International Team Members
Need to buy a test kit locally? Have a question? Contact the DDP Volunteer Representative near you.
Due to the recent imposition of extraordinarily high taxes and duties assessed on the recipients of DNA tests imported into Argentina, even when associated with our non-profit, our collaboration in Argentina has been suspended until further notice.
If you wish to purchase a discounted DNA test and pay the duty and taxes that will be assessed, please email us (DobermanDiversityProject@gmail.com) and we will send you a link to a discounted rate that may offset some of the taxes/duties you will be assessed. Thank you for your understanding.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Improving the genetic health of the Doberman breed requires a sophisticated understanding of complex biological systems and a firm grasp of how genetics affect a dog's health over it's lifetime. The Doberman Diversity Project relies upon licensed veterinarians with a strong interest in genetic health and in utilizing scientific evidence to improve the health of Dobermans world wide. After all, the best cure is prevention - through better breeding.
Why Canine Geneticists?
Canine genetics is a complex area of science that is constantly evolving. The Doberman Diversity Project is guided by renowned canine genetic scientists who are leading revolutions in the field. These professionals help guide our project by ensuring our approach capitalizes on the newest, most impactful canine genetic science, together with conservation genetics approaches, to create evidence-based techniques for improving Doberman health.
Why Doberman advocates?
The Doberman Diversity Project simply cannot survive without individuals who have a deep love for the Doberman breed and who have crafted extensive knowledge of the breed's history, pedigrees, and breed standards. These Doberman breed advocates ensure preservation of the modern Doberman's proper working abilities combined with impeccable temperamental stability for which the breed was created by Karl Friedrich Louis Dobermann in 1890 Germany.