Lola finished her AKC championship with limited showing and went on to finish her grand championship owner handled with a Best in Specialty Show and several Best of Breeds. She is not only beautiful but she also has great trainability and work ethic proven by her performance titles across 6 AKC venues: Agility, Obedience, Rally, Coursing, Scentwork and Trick Dog. Lola also earned her Register of Merit (ROM) in May 2018. In order to earn a ROM award from the DPCA a Doberman must earn an AKC championship, an approved working title, and pass the Working Aptitude Evaluation. Lola embodies the three sets of characteristics sought after in the Doberman: those of conformation, those of temperament, and those of trainability.
After only 4 weekends of competing in the 2020 AKC National Owner Handler Series, Lola ended the year as the #8 Doberman and was invited to compete in the AKC NOHS Finals in Orlando, FL in December 2020. She accomplished this with many group placements and an Owner Handled Best in Show.
Health Testing: Lola is vWD clear, DCM1 Heterozygous, DCM2 Heterozygous, OFA Hips Good, PennHip Hips D/I<0.3, DM clear, DINGS (DVDob) clear, CERF normal 1-26-19, Echo normal 01-26-2020, Holter normal 05-26-2021 (0 PVCs), Thyroid/Kidney/Liver normal 1-26-19. Lola is health tested through Embark and BetterBred. She is also a participant in the Doberman Diversity Project. Link to Lola's OFA.