I am a top breeder of Doberman Pinschers. I have earned the title:  AKC Breeder of Merit.

Major outstanding wins

I have produced several AKC Champion Doberman Pinschers. This includes Silver and Bronze Grand Champion Dobermans. The champions I’ve produced have won several Best in Specialty Show, and Working Group Placements. From these dogs, came the Select Breed Award for the Silver Grand Champion Doberman Pinscher, at Westminster Kennel Club, in New York City. These are major outstanding wins. Indeed, dogs I’ve bred have been in the top 20 highest awards for the United States.

Bred to delight owners

These dogs do not just represent beauty. They also represent correctly bred temperaments; as several of the above also have their Working Aptitude or Register of Merit Certificates. This is a temperament test evaluated by the Doberman Pinscher Club of America as to the fitness of the dog in its ability to be both companion and protector. Thus, Black Bart Dobermans are a delight to own.

Selective breeding

I do not often breed litters; however, I currently have a litter from the above stock. To breed a good dog, one cannot just go to the local dog available. This is one of the reasons Black Bart Dobermans produces top dogs. The dog needed, is not often the local dog. Much thought and experience go into each breeding. This produces the qualities that both win in the show ring, and win with their chosen owners.

The reality of experience

My first Doberman became part of me in 1971 and subsequently, began a breeding program in the 1980’s under the name Perseus. I returned to competing, showing, and breeding in the 2000’s, after some time away with college, and raising two children. With 30 years of experience, now I breed under the name Black Bart Dobermans.


Sandra Boyas and Perseus High Society CD pictured with judge Tess Henseler in San Diego CA, 1993.