Group : Working Dogs
Weight : 30 – 40 Kgs
Height : 26 - 28 inches
Color(s) : Doberman colors are black, red, blue, and fawn. He has rust markings above each eye; on his muzzle, throat, and chest; and on his legs and feet.
Coat : The Doberman Pinscher has a short, firm, smooth, coat. It can be dark, chestnut, or grovel, all with tan markings. Dark and tan is generally normal. Markings are typically found on the gag, legs, feet, and mid-section. The Doberman Pinscher is a normal shedder. Any shading other that the recorded endorsed hues is viewed as a preclusion by the American Kennel Club.
Distinct Feature :The Doberman appreciates being a piece of a gang. He gets a kick out of the chance to be near those he adores and, when this adoration is available, he is a characteristic defender. He is dependable with his family's kids, companions, and visitors the length of he is dealt with benevolent. Regardless of his positive qualities, the Dobie isn't the right breed for everybody. He's expansive, at 60 to 80 pounds, and he's greatly dynamic, both physically and rationally. He needs a considerable measure of activity.
TEMPERAMENT : Doberman Pinschers are extremely sharp, super lively with huge quality and stamina. Dobes like to be with their kin and are not suited to pet hotel or terrace life; they require human cooperation and administration. Faithful, tolerant, committed and tender with the crew. Decided, striking and self-assured while working, they are extremely versatile, exceedingly gifted and adaptable. They are wise and simple to prepare. They are an exceptional watch and monitor pooch and don't require extra security preparing. This breed is not for everybody. The Doberman needs a proprietor who is eager and ready to show a characteristic power over the puppy. All relatives must be firm, certain and predictable, setting principles and adhering to them. Figure out how to handle the puppy legitimately, as Dobermans can get to be hardheaded and resolute if permitted to have their own specific manner. Everything must be on the human's terms. The puppy is the supporter, and the people are the pioneers. The canine will acknowledge knowing his place in his packand feel secure about it. He ought to be altogether mingled when youthful to counteract restlessness.
CHARACTER :Doberman Pinschers tend to end up exceptionally steadfast and committed to one specific individual. They are courageous and wise, making superb watchman canines. Doberman Pinschers are not spooks or brutal by nature, but rather they are exceedingly defensive and can be pushy if left unchecked.