I have noticed more and more breeders requiring full, or almost full health testing done on all dogs produced, not just ones that are being bred. For example requiring hips, elbows, thyroid, and cario done at 2yrs, 5yrs (and maybe other year) on a doberman. What do you think of this? I feal that its a good way to see how your breeding program is truely doing health wise. If you only test breeding dogs, then out of a litter of 8 (usually more) dobes, maybe 2 get tested. So you really only know how 1/4 of your dogs are health wise. You could have not great hips in your puppies and not know it because it may not cause a problem in a pets life time.