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Wind Ridge Ranch has a couple of active breeding females right now. Here is information on our females, including some information on the mother of our current litter, Shashoney.

CURRENT FEMALES:
MINGO
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Mingo is a female we kept from the first of Madeline's litters with Wrangler. Mingo is a beautiful red female with a very playful manner to her, however she has a very sweet disposition. She is a large female, on the high end of the breed standard for females. Mingo weighs about 75 pounds. She desperately wants to be loved and petted. Be careful though, she will be your buddy for life and won't let you stop scratching her. She was born in early 2011. You will have a hard time telling the difference between her and Madeline. Currently, Mingo has been bred by Charlie and is due to have her third litter in mid-November 2016.

SHASHONEY
Shashoney

Shashoney is a female we kept from the first of Madeline's litters with Otto. Shashoney is a beautiful red female with a very playful manner to her, just like Mingo, her sister. Shashoney was taken through obedience training as well as tricks training and excelled at tricks. She was born in late 2011. Shashoney delivered her first litter on June 19th, 2015. She had 9 pups in that litter, and has been a great mother.

APACHE

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Apache is a female we kept from the last of Madeline's litters with Otto. Apache is a beautiful red female with a very playful manner to her, just like Mingo and Shashoney, her sisters. Apache delivered her first litter on December 11th, 2017.



RETIRED FEMALES:
DALLAS

Dallas was the first of our breeding female dobermans. We have had dobermans since the early 1980's, however, we didn't get into breeding dobermans until the late 1990's. We just had a love for the breed and because so many people saw the type of dogs we had in our store, we decided to get into breeding them. Dallas was our grand matriarch of our Dobermans. She was a big, beautiful red female with a great gentle nature. She is greatly missed, but we see her spirit in all of her pups and grandpups and her great-grandpups and, well, you get the idea.

COWGIRL
Cowgirl is a female we kept from the last of Dallas' litters. Cowgirl is a beautiful red female with a sweet ness to her we don't always have in the dobermans. She isn't as playfull as many of our dobes. She would rather lay down and have you scratch her. Every Western Store needs to have a cowgirl. Cowgirl is ours.


MADELINE
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Madeline is an outside female we purchased as a puppy, so she has been raised in our home and has the same attitude all our dogs have. She was whelped in November, 2007. Madeline is perhaps our sweetest female, who likes to "smile". She has one of the gentlest personalities I have ever met in a Doberman. She had her last litter in 2014. She enjoys this "retirement" thing, especially not having to deal with those puppies! She had 3 litters in a row with 10 or more puppies.