Doberman PinscherExotire Exotic Pet Care
Doberman pinscher DOG BREED
|Nick Name||Doberman, Dobie, Dobermann, Dobynm (in some countries)|
|Breed Type||Large Dog Breed|
|Temper||Intelligent, Alert, Obedient, Loyal, Energetic, Fearless|
| Ideal Height
30 to 36 cm
30 to 36 cm
| Ideal Weight
|Common Colors||Fawn, Black, Red, Blue, White|
Doberman Pinschers are strongly built, medium-sized, muscular dog breed which makes them perfect military & police dog. They comprises compactly built, muscular and powerful body, for great endurance and speed. They look elegant attitude, self-confidence, showing their noble temperament. It is lively, alert, firm, smart, brave loyal and obedient. There character varies from the quality to win in the ring to the temperament of a family companion.
The male dog shoulder measures about 26~28 inches in height, the ideal shoulder height is 27.5 inches. Bitches measures about 24~26 inches in height, the ideal shoulder height is 25.5 inches. The head, neck and leg length and body height and depth of the proportion. Some of them do carry white patches on chest,
not exceeding ½ square inch.
Dobermann Pinschers are kind, energetic, watchful, determined, alert, fearless, loyal and obedient in temperament which justifies there breed name. Their gentle way, intelligence and adaptability make them an ideal pet dog breed. Aggressiveness towards humans or other animals, or any evidence of shyness should be severely taken care.
Doberman are born guard dog, smart, strong, and can be taken to the attack. Strictly controlled can become a loyal partner, emotional too. Has a smooth, streamlined physique, Doberman has surprising weight and strength, in order to suppress potential attacks. If allowed to exercise, it maintains their dashing look. Suitable for city life, the hair is short, and does not require frequent combing. They are easy to be trained, but not easy to get along with other dogs. Susceptible to the inflatable disease, buttocks developmental abnormalities, heart problems, there may occur a WILLEBRAND’S blood disorders.