Doberman Pinscher Pros and Cons

What are pros and cons of the Doberman Pinscher, a fearless and loyal dog breed?

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No one knows for certain, but Dobermann is thought to have crossed many breeds to get the Doberman pinscher. Some of the breeds thought to be involved include the rottweiler, German pinscher, Great Dane, German shepherd dog, Manchester terrier, and English greyhound shorthaired shepherd.

Doberman’s get a bad reputation as attack dogs. Alpha in the Academy Award-winning film “UP” embodies every stereotype of the Doberman Pinscher: he’s both mean and not very smart. Fortunately, he’s also fictional and nothing like a real Doberman.

The Doberman is compactly built, muscular and powerful. They combine elegance and strength, speed and endurance. The Doberman coat is short, smooth, and hard, showing off the exceptionally clean-cut lines of this athletic breed.

Well-trained Dobermans often do very well with children and in various social situations. They can make great therapy dogs. The breed’s temperament is generally known to be docile yet protective. Most Dobermans have a fairly high energy level and require plenty of exercise in order to stay healthy. Because of their natural athleticism, a few brisk walks or runs every day will help keep a Doberman in tip-top shape.

Doberman pinschers are considered people-oriented dogs that are affectionate and sweet with people, if socialized and trained properly. They are loyal to their owners and are good with children if raised with them; however, some Dobermans bond only to one person.

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