Imperial K-9 Training & Services

Imperial Kennels

Specializing in Doberman Pinschers, German Shepherds, Dutch Shepherds, & Belgian Malinois

Our Breeds

Here at Imperial K-9, we stick with what we are good at. We only breed and train dogs within the "Working / Herding Dog" categories; primarily, the Doberman Pinscher, German Shepherd, Dutch Shepherd, & the Belgian Malinois.


For more information, click the following breed that your interested in learning more about or to reserve your new puppy.  

Doberman Pinscher

A square, medium-sized dog, the Doberman Pinscher is muscular and possesses great endurance and speed. He is elegant in appearance and reflects great nobility and temperament. The properly bred and trained Doberman has proved itself to be a friend and guardian, and his intelligence and ability to absorb and retain training have brought him into demand as a police and war dog. The Doberman's short, hard coat can be black, red, blue and fawn.

German Shepherd

Generally considered dogdom's finest all-purpose workers, German Shepherd Dogs are large, agile, muscular dogs of noble spirit and high intelligence. For such deep-chested, solid dogs, they move quickly with great nimbleness afoot. The German Shepherd's natural gait is a free-and-easy trot, but when duty calls they can turn it up a notch or two and reach great speeds. Standing as high as 26 inches at the shoulder and built like a brick doghouse, the German Shepherd Dog when viewed in outline presents a picture of smooth, graceful curves rather than angles.

Dutch Shepherd

Originally the main function of the Dutch Shepherd Dog was that of a shepherd's dog in the countryside. From early times, the Dutch had an arable culture that was - among other things - maintained by flocks of sheep.The Dutch Shepherd is a lively, athletic, alert and intelligent breed, and has retained its herding instinct. Having an independent nature

Belgian Malinois

Mals are squarely built, proud, and alert herders standing 22 to 26 inches at the shoulder. There’s an honest, no-frills look about them, as befit dogs built to work hard for their feed. Mals are strong and well muscled, but more elegant than bulky. A breed hallmark is a proud carriage of the head. Coat colors range from a rich fawn to mahogany. The black ears and mask accentuate the smart, questioning gaze emanating from eyes the color of dark Belgian chocolate.

Some of our dogs in action...