Doberman Pinscher Dog Breed
Doberman Pinscher Dog Classification:
Doberman Pinschers are guard dogs.
Other Names: Dobie, Dobermann,
Doberman Pinscher in Foreign Languages:
French: doberman , dobermann
Origins: Doberman Pinschers originiated
in Germany, to assist the tax collector
and guard against thieves.
Description: Doberman Pinschers
are medium to large sized dogs that are
well muscled, long and lean. Dobermans
have a long narrow nose, and floppy ears
and a long thin tail, as with many other
guard dog breeds it is not uncommon for
Dobermans to have their ears and tail,
docked and cropped.
Size: Doberman Pinschers weigh
60 to 100 lbs, they stand 25.5 to 27.5
inches tall at the shoulder.
||75 to 100 lbs
||27.5 inches tall
||60 to 90 lbs
||25.5 inches tall
Coat: Doberman Pinschers have
short glossy coats that are black, red,
blue, fawn, and white. The most common
coloring is black with fawn markings.
Disposition: Doberman Pinschers
are sweet dogs, and loyal to their families.
Dobermans have a lot of stamina, they
are bold and brave. Doberman Pinschers
require an authoratative trainer and adaptable.
Type Dog: Doberman Pinschers are
working guard dogs.
Litter Size: Doberman Pinschers
give birth to litters of 3 to 10 puppies.
Behavior: Doberman Pinschers are
alert with a lot of stamina, they require
exercise and socialization. They are protective
of their own, but can be very sweet tempered.
Traits: Bold, fearless, endurance,
Country of Origin: Germany
Life Span: Doberman Pinschers
typically live 10 to 11 years.
Club Recognitions: FCI, AKC, ANKC,
CKC, KC (UK), NZKC, UKC