Doberman Pinscher

The well-bred Doberman is an excellent pet dog. They are protective and trustworthy of the kids in their family. 


A debt collector Karl Friedrich Louis Dobermann in Apolda, Germany first bred Dobermanns in the eighteen-eighties. With accessibility to dogs of several breeds, he got the thought to generate a dog breed that would be amazing to protect him.

Physical Appearance   

The Doberman pinscher features a long, strong head. Ears are cropped to stand erect, plus the tail is often docked short. 


26 to 28 inches (male)

24 to 26 inches (female)


75 to 100 pounds (male)

60 to 90 pounds (female)


10 to 12 years


  • Smart
  • Faithful
  • Energetic
  • Obedient
  • Self-confident
  • Courageous 
  • Attentive

Susceptible Diseases 

  • Von Willebrand’s Disease
  • Hip-Dysplasia
  • Thyroid problems
  • Wobbler’s Syndrome
  • Color dilution alopecia
  • Narcolepsy

Care and Grooming    

Dobermans don’t require very much grooming, so you can spend more time training your dog. They’ll love being brushed using a rubber brush sometimes to minimize shedding, which helps their coat maintain its natural shine.