Argen sired by Ch. Logres’ Titanium – out of Logres’ Butterfly Flip
whelped March 31, 2010
Argen is co-owned by Ms. Liane Mickesh
Argen’s Show Record:
01/05/13 – WD/ BW/ BOS – Clemson K.C. – Mr. T. Donald Teague – 1pt – (Lance Deloria)
01/25/13 – WD – Lake Eustis Kennel Club, Inc – Mr. William Sahloff – 3pts MAJOR – ( Kelly Marquis)
06/08/13 – WD/ BOS – Asheville K.C. – Mr. Edward W. Hall – 2pts – (Lance Deloria)
07/28/13 – WD – Spartanburg K.C. – Mr. Adrian Woodfork – 2pts – (Ashley Cuzzolino)
01/04/13 – WD/BW – Virginia Beach Kennel – Mr. Roger R. Hartinger – 2pts (Dr. Arthur Greenwood)
05/23/14 – WD – Hendersonville Kennel Club – Mr. Bobby Birdsong – 3pts MAJOR (Ashley Cuzzolino)
05/25/14 – WD – Spartanburg Kennel Club – Dr. Michael J. Wood – 3pts MAJOR (Ashley Cuzzolino) FINISHED
05/26/14 – BREED – Spartanburg Kennel Club – Ms Betty Regina Leininger – 5 GC pts (Lenny Brown)
Our great dog Titan (Ch.Logres’ Titanium) was only bred once.
Argen is his only intact son. Argen is a beautiful, square, sound, moderately angulated dog, with a strong, firm, level back, terrific coupling, great bone and substance… and a stunningly correct Doberman head – which is a wedge from any angle – all in a powerful male package. Argen’s pedigree is extraordinary – top and bottom. We feel that Argen is a good choice for long, low, weak-backed, over-angulated bitches.
Here is a link to Argen’s pedigree info at DobeQuest
OFA – GOOD
vWD – Carrier
Below is video of Argen in the ring in Ocala, Florida on January 20, 2013.
You can freeze this video anywhere you like, at ANY point, in ANY stride, any frame. Argen never drops his croup, never shows a gay tail, and never ever ever shows a weak, dippy topline. Every step – in every frame – shows beautiful, correct, balanced movement, with the firm strong topline that is mandated by the Doberman Breed Standard.
There are probably hundreds of thousands of Dobermans in the world, including those in the show ring. Of all of these Dobermans, there are very very few Dobermans left in the world than can move correctly – the way Argen does. In recent years Doberman breeders have sacrificed correct movement in favor of chasing an overdone front assembly. Our show rings are now full of out-of-balance, over-angulated dogs, with weak toplines, poor coupling, steep croups and gay tails. It’s true that these kinds of dogs make a nice profile when forced into shape by a strong handler. But these “handler’s creations” utterly fall apart when they take their first step. Their tails are set on too high (at at 12:00 rather than 2:00), the topline is hunched or dippy, and they are so overangulated behind, they move like German Sheppards.
Argen moves correctly because he is balanced and built correctly.
Below is video of Argen with Elaine, taken on December 3, 2012.
These are Argen’s puppies, out of our Warkant daughter Logres’ Hotline