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                Rogue and Boss as young dogs

                        Friends with all

              Master on the job during work


Day out at the beach with the BOSS


 Above: Frozen Semen Available Jano Von Bayern, German Champion 2003, IDC Championship 2003 & 04 & State Champion of Wurttgemberg 2002 & 03.


            One of our young puppy and the cat

                       Feeding time

  Rogue protecting her babies

       Rogue and her babies          


One of  Von Liston's young female puppy


Von Liston Axel with his owner

           Axel with family member

                 On guard

  Yembi Imported from South Africa

        Resting time


ABOVE: Pictures of Balou taken in Germany during trials.


                      6 month old female pup

                Mother and son

                 Feeding time

.......... Puppy 5 weeks old


   Kaiserhundz Baroness (Dam of our "B" Litter)

   Von Liston Boris 7 weeks old

    Von Liston Branca 7 weeks old

 Schutzdobe Master Sire B Litter


Keeping each other warm

Saying goodbye (off to new home)
Von Liston Axel as a young puppy


             Attila 20 months old

  Boss, play time, new owner

                         Boss 13 months (swim time)

      Master K9 Patrol dog


        One of our pups with its new owner  

Falco in Germany (Semen in store)

Rogue 12 months old

         Blade 8.5 months old


    Schutzdobe Master protection

              Rogue's sire Xilo

  Astra 1 year old (sold to Mauritius)

    K9 Security Dog Fabian 5yrs old


 Von Liston Dobermann's Pictured above M&F      "We are family" (all our Doberman are raised with other animals)


                                                            The Kiss Of Love


This photograph shows a red Doberman kissing an exhausted fireman. He had just saved her from a fire in her house, rescuing her by carrying her out of the house into her front yard, while he continued to fight the fire. She is pregnant. The firefighter was afraid of her at first, because he had never been around a Doberman before. When he finally got done putting the fire out, he sat down to catch his breath and rest.

A photographer from the Charlotte, North Carolina newspaper, "The Observer," noticed this red Doberman in the distance looking at the fireman. He saw her walking straight toward the fireman and wondered what she was going to do. As he raised his camera, she came up to the tired man who had saved her life and the lives of her babies, and kissed him, when the photographer snapped this photograph.


True hard Working Doberman's


Marine Captain Robert Adamson, P. Adamsons Husband pictured with Dictaror & Lieut. L Wilson Davis on the left,who was honored for his command of all the war dogs in Southwest Pacific. "Tator," photographed here in May, 1944, helped recruit dogs for the Marines during World War II.

Damasyn with his police partner

Arthur O'Keefe.Rocky was one of

the first San Francisco police dogs.

Regrettably Rocky was killed by a

bullet in the line of duty, but not

before causing quite stiras a police

dog and by bringing a great deal

of credit to the force.  P Adamson.

Working Dobermans of the Oceanside, California Police Deparment. Left to right: officer Larry Hanson with Marienburg's Ben Ghalii, their trainer Fon Johnson of San Diego, and officer John Wheelock with Sultan. Ben Ghalii was bred by Mary Rogers.

The black Dobermann male Rocco was well known in the sixties in South Africa as

a para dog. Together with his owner he jumped out of planes and helicopters.

After that he jumped together with his boss wearing a special parahute. After 10 jumps Rocco got his wings.



Doberman saves toddler from deadly snake bite


My saviour: Seventeen-month-old Charlotte Svilicic

with Khan the doberman who rescued her from

a deadly brown snake.

A doberman adopted by a loving family last week has saved their toddler from being bitten by a deadly king brown snake. 

Seventeen-month-old Charlotte Svilicic was playing in the garden of the family’s Atherton home on Monday when Khan the doberman grabbed her by the back of the nappy and threw her clear of the approaching snake.

The heroic pooch was bitten by the snake after saving the toddler but is recovering after a dose of anti-venom.

In an amazing twist, Khan’s breeder revealed his grandfather had saved a child in similar circumstances.

Charlotte’s mother Catherine Svilicic yesterday told The Cairns Post Khan had saved the child’s life and the family would be forever indebted.

"If I had not seen it with my own eyes, I would never have believed it," Ms Svilicic said.

"Khan was really concentrating and was acting aggressive towards Charlotte and kept trying to nudge her but it wasn’t working, so he grabbed her by the back of the nappy and threw her more than a metre.

"Charlotte looked pretty shocked and then Khan screamed.

"I realized quickly it was a snake and Khan had been trying to get in between her and the snake before he threw her."

After being bitten, Khan ran inside and collapsed. He was given a shot of anti-venom by a vet and had a tough night on Monday but managed to survive and eat a large breakfast yesterday, despite the ordeal.

Mrs Svilicic said the family had only had Khan for four days, and they were moved by Khan’s selfless and protective act.

"If Khan wants a gold bowl, Khan gets it. We owe him for the rest of his life,’’ she said.

"He was starving for attention and wanted to be loved because he came from an abused home, so I’m not surprised about what he has done at his new home."

An Atherton snake expert believes Khan escape death because the snake was not able to inject a large amount of venom.

                                                                                                                                            Jennifer Eliot

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