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Registered Doberman Puppies

Registered Doberman Puppies Doberman Pinscher for sale/adoption
Milton, Florida 32570

AKC Doberman 6 month female

AKC Doberman 6 month female Doberman Pinscher for sale/adoption
Powhatan, Virginia 23139

Doberman Pinscher Puppies Full Eruopean Blood Lines Great Temperment , 6 Females Left And One Boy

Doberman Pinscher Puppies  Full Eruopean Blood Lines Great Temperment , 6 Females Left And One Boy Doberman Pinscher for sale/adoption
Carriere, Mississippi 39426

AKC Doberman Puppies For Sale (expected 8/2016)

AKC Doberman Puppies For Sale (expected 8/2016) Doberman Pinscher for sale/adoption
Ontario, California 91762

AKC Doberman Pinscher Puppies

AKC Doberman Pinscher Puppies Doberman Pinscher for sale/adoption
Covington, Georgia 31085

Doberman Pups May 30 Litter

Doberman Pups May 30 Litter Doberman Pinscher for sale/adoption
Lutts, Tennessee 38471

AKC Doberman Puppies

AKC Doberman Puppies Doberman Pinscher for sale/adoption
Brighton, Colorado 80640

Rare AKC Doberman Puppies

Rare AKC Doberman Puppies Doberman Pinscher for sale/adoption
Flint, Michigan 48505

Doberman Pinscher Breed Basics

The Doberman Pinscher is an intelligent medium-large breed of dog. Their tenacity and alertness and loyalty makes them ideal companions for law enforcement and military personnel as working or guard dogs. They can also make good pets, but an owner must be prepared to put in the time to train this magnificent breed.

The Doberman was purposely bred by Karl Friedrich Louis Dobermann near the Apolda area in Germany during the late 1890s as a protection dog by mixing various breeds of dogs.. Dobermann was a tax collector and specifically bred the dog to aid him during collections. Since then this muscular breed, with a strong bite has become a favorite of the police.

Dobermans are described as intelligent and alert and loyal to their owner. However they are also known to be stubborn and need to be taught their position in the pack hierarchy. Once that is established Dobermans are eager to please their owners and adapt quickly. They value attention.

The Doberman coat is smooth-haired, short, hard, thick and close lying. Some dogs sport a hidden gray undercoat on the neck. Healthy well groomed Dobermans have a shiny straight coat that lays flat, and closely coats the body. They weigh between 71 and 99 pounds