In the 19th century, a tax collector named Louis Dobermann lived in Apolda, Thuringia district of Germany. As it is dangerous at that time to collect money from different places because there were bandits who might attack him during his round. He used to carry Doberman puppies for protection and was the animal control officer of the town. Thinking for a protector and a loyal companion, he began breeding dogs. It resulted in the outcome of Doberman Pinscher.
Doberman is not the only dog with no specific breed. Rottweiler, German Pinscher, Tan Terrie, and black include in this category. In the year 1876, The Dobie first met with great enthusiasm. In the year 1894, Louis Doberman expires. It was named in his honor for the actual breeding knowledge: the smartest, the quickest, the bravest and the most robust dog.
Doberman puppies: Breed
The German Kennel Club recognizes the Doberman Pinscher, as Otto Goeller a breeder shaped it into a more usable dog in the 1900th century. People say that the first Dobie brought to America won three consecutive “Best in Show” before the judges dare to check the dog’s teeth.
The Dobermann Pinscher Club Of America started functioning in the year 1921. The number of Dobie’s in Europe declined severely during World War I.
From Doberman Pinscher the German and the British drop the word Pinscher in the mid-1900s. Over the years of working the original Dobie’s sharp personality, he is known as the affectionate, loyal companion, and protective to its family.
Weighing sixty to eighty pounds, the male is a little bigger than the female, and the male is 26-28 inches tall than the female 24-26 inches.
Doberman puppies, the Natural protector of the family, will not hesitate to attack when he thinks his family is under threat. Doberman is an extremely loyal, trustworthy, and fun-loving dog.
Training the Dobie’s is easy. They like to be busy all the time, both mentally as well as physically. They are a fast learner and love to perform different sorts of challenging lessons. Dobie’s remain puppyish until three to four years of age.
Doberman puppies: Health
It is good to enroll the Dobie to a puppy kindergarten class for a good start. Taking him to a busy park, stores and inviting visitors helps him polish his skills.
Find a good breeder who will help with health clearance for both puppies and his parents. It proves that a dog has been tested and cleared of a health condition.
Von Willebrand’s Disease
Excessive bleeding after an injury, nosebleeds, bleeding gums, or bleeding in the intestines or bleeding in the stomach. Dogs for these conditions should not breed.
X-ray screening is the sure way to diagnose the problem. Some show pain and lameness but other displays nothing. While buying the puppy ask the breeder for proof of Hip Dysplasia.
A Doberman has to be provided with a lot of physical and mental exercises. He needs a home with a securely fenced yard for his safety and the safety of the animal and the invaders.