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“My puppy is 10 weeks old and he is all of the above....”

Written on: 23/07/2008

My puppy is 10 weeks old and he is all of the above. when he gets tired he runds rond like mad and gets a little disobediant, but all you need to do is MAKE him go to bed for a sleep and he wakes up a good boy again!

I would suggest establishing pack leadership STRAIGHT AWAY as my pup tried challenging me quite soon!

Great dog, such a clown!

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“My VERY handome 10 year old red doberman Axl whom I...”

Written on: 21/07/2008 by Axls mom (1 review written)

My VERY handome 10 year old red doberman Axl whom I got when he was just 9 weeks old is the best thing that ever happened to me. He is my shadow everywhere and is waiting there when I get home from work. He is very smart and loves to please me. I wouldnt trade him for anything in the world. He puts a big smile on my face 100 times a day!… Read Full Review

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“Dobermans are loyal, easy to train from pup as long as...”

Written on: 19/07/2008

Dobermans are loyal, easy to train from pup as long as being well treated
they are instinctively well protective good thinkers and very friendly
unless any one becomes rowdy they are settled cat chasers not killers.

lovely to watch them running and use their body language can be useful to let you no what they want over all lovely animals… Read Full Review

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“Dobermans are not the "best" dogs for kids as they...”

Written on: 07/06/2008 by Dobeyboy (1 review written)

Dobermans are not the "best" dogs for kids as they would NEVER bite them, But my 5 and 7 year old are constantly being knocked into by the gentle giant beasts. Their bladders hold a lot of urine... When a puppy you may need to let out around every 15 -20 Min's tops to avoid accidents indoors. Probably the best qualities include- Loving, Loyal, Sneaky, Brave, Smart and ready to please. Also no need to purchase a ADT home security system with one as a pet. LOL! I own a 1 Blue and a 1 Red rust… Read Full Review

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“Its fantastic to have a dob as your pet. Its so...”

Written on: 29/05/2008

Its fantastic to have a dob as your pet. Its so joyous, & playmate to kids, & a good guard dog
The only bad point is that it likes to stay indoors a lot. But it is loyal, energetic, athletic, & most obedient
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“I love my Boys (I have 2 male Dobermans 1 black and...”

Written on: 29/05/2008

I love my Boys (I have 2 male Dobermans 1 black and tan the other red rust)
they are great company, friendly with people and other dogs but very protective of me and my family which i love...living in a rough area people will think twice to take advantage… Read Full Review

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“My Doberman has terrible separation anxiety, he has...”

Written on: 15/04/2008

My Doberman has terrible separation anxiety, he has destroyed every door frame in my house and chewed a lot of toys, cushions and shoes whilst left alone, we have had to resort to leaving him outdoors whilst we go to work (we don't do this in bad weather - we're not that cruel). He also excessively maults - I am not sure if he has some kind of skin condition, although his coat is shiny and he looks very healthy. Apart from this he is the best dog anyone could wish for - he's great with kids… Read Full Review

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Written on: 08/01/2009

hi
<br/>if you're still having a bit of a moulting problem, cod liver oil works wonders! we feed it for our golden retriever and its just fab. no more white hairs on work trousers and furniture :). hope this helps

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“Our family dog, Ruben, who is just over a year now is...”

Written on: 31/03/2008

Our family dog, Ruben, who is just over a year now is a lovely dog!!! He is so soft and gentle the only thing bad about him is when he has hyper moments he will get very scatty and jump and bark at you. Does anyone who has a highly strung Doberman have any tips for curing him of jumping and he also pulls a lot on the lead. The main problem is separation anxiety, can any one help us as this is the 1st MALE dog we have had in the family. We had a female a few years ago. Can anyone give us any… Read Full Review

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Written on: 27/12/2008

I have got a 2 year old doberman, who suffered anxiety separation, but i have managed to cure it, i started of by leaving her for very short periods of time, and every time i leave the house i say to her 'going to the shops be a good girl' i would just pop out for 10 mins then gradually leaving it longer so then she knew i was always coming back to her, it really did work. Hope this is of some help for any one that has this separation problem.

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Written on: 08/01/2009

hi there
<br/>a good cure for jumping up is to ignore him until he calms down. also, for pulling i would say a combination of choke collar and a halter, so when he doesn't pull, he is only on the halter, which is very comfortable for them and when he pulls, just a quick tug on the choker. this may seem harsh, but it is only necessary a few times, then you can go out with just the halter. separation anxiety is a difficult one, we've had trouble for a while. plenty of toys and being left in a secure outdoor area in warm weather are two things, just leave something to keep him occupied if you can. one of my friend's dogs is only comforted by leaving the telly on! some like the radio, so they can hear a human voice. hope this helps :)

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“Our sympathies to the previous person who posted that...”

Written on: 16/03/2008 by micksu (1 review written)

Our sympathies to the previous person who posted that their dobie died of a heart problem. Ours did the same thing at four years old, just over a year ago. Beautiful sunny Spring day, and he was running about having a wonderful time, then just dropped and died. One of the greatest shocks we have ever had. We have anther little girl Doberman now, and we love her dearly, but we still miss him dreadfully, and will never get over it… Read Full Review

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“My male doberman, chester fell down dead this week...”

Written on: 21/02/2008

My male doberman, chester fell down dead this week right in front of me in the street, he was only six years old, due to an enlarged heart (myocardiopathy) I am totaly lost without him. I am heart broken. All I can say they are one super dog that will totally give you there lives.

But dont get one unless your prepered to give them the same back, they do not and will not accept small walks or or being locked away in a room. they will definatly let you know about it.

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Lfreeman's Comment

Written on: 21/03/2008

We recently lost our 6 year old dobermant to sudden death on New Year's Eve. We found out that he had an enlarged heart and irregular heart rate in early October and had him on the latest medication, but could not prevent his untimely death. What a loss... he was smart, beautiful and a great companion. We decided to purchase another dobie within a month and has helped us heal in a special way. I am sorry about your loss and understand how empty you must feel.

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“The beauty of a well trained Doberman is fascinating...”

Written on: 19/12/2007

The beauty of a well trained Doberman is fascinating to me. Agility, strength, intelligence, energetic. Above all, those almond shape, deep brown eyes do talk to any human being willing to listen to them… Read Full Review

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“Loyal and obedient, loving and protective to his/her...”

Written on: 23/10/2007 by rmeldon (1 review written)

Loyal and obedient, loving and protective to his/her family and other pets, is a high energy dog who needs at least 45 minutes of exercise a day, and i don't mean a run around the garden they must be exercised fully every day, long walks and love challanging tasks… Read Full Review

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“Our doberman (Radlee) is a loving young lad, who is 6...”

Written on: 28/05/2007 by leonieoxtobyhotmailcouk (1 review written)

Our doberman (Radlee) is a loving young lad, who is 6 months old now, and he is so easy to train. He is so good with the cat and when out with kids, friends and other people. We really thought it would be a lot harder to train him, but it wasn't hard at all.

He is a pedigree, and black/tan all over. There are 21 champions in his family. What we all love about Radlee is he is very loyal and loving. He guards us all, and he would be a great dad when he is two… Read Full Review

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“Coco is a chocolate and tan bitch, who is 15 months...”

Written on: 17/03/2007 by bexs2482 (1 review written)

Coco is a chocolate and tan bitch, who is 15 months old. We got her when she was six weeks old, and she was small enough to fit in a shoe box.

She is my first Doberman, but my parents had two when we where younger. I think that's why I love them so much. She sees our other dog as her mum; I think because she's always cuddling up to her. She's great with my two kids, and my 5 year old loves to use her as a pillow while she's watching TV, and Coco doesn't mind. My 2 year old sits on her, pats… Read Full Review

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“I couldn't wish for more in a dog. Our Doberman has...”

Written on: 16/02/2007 by carternm31 (82 reviews written)

I couldn't wish for more in a dog. Our Doberman has been so easy to train, and she so loving and so giving. She is great with children and other animals. It's a shame a few people see the need to avoid her (even when she was 3 months old), but that is their issue.

I believe we are very lucky with our dog. Her temperament is fantastic, and she is very laid back and soft. She really is a fantastic example of a loving family dog… Read Full Review

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“We have had Roxy for nearly a year now. She is...”

Written on: 27/01/2007 by lazzer r1 (19 reviews written)

We have had Roxy for nearly a year now. She is fantastic! Very intelligent, and loves training. From a young age, we had taken her to puppy classes, so she is great with other dogs, and she knows how to learn. We also have 2 nephews who she plays with, and she is very gentle with them. Our two nephews like coming over to ... 'Roxys house'.

Good points about Doberman's:
1. Great with other dogs
2. Great with kids
3. Great in the car
4. Short hair, so not a lot of shedding (I have asthma and… Read Full Review

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Taylor9991's Response to lazzer r1's Review

Written on: 28/01/2007

Was your Doberman hard to train?

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Lazzer R1's Response to lazzer r1's Review

Written on: 21/02/2007

"The Doberman Pinscher has been used as a protection dog, due to its intelligence, loyalty, and ability to physically challenge human aggressors. Doberman Pinschers were once commonly used in police work and in the military. The breed was used extensively by the U.S. Marines in World War II, and 25 Marine War Dogs died in the Battle of Guam in 1944: there is a memorial on Guam in honor of these Doberman Pinschers. In these roles, they inspire fear. They are often stereotyped in such roles in movies (where they are trained to exhibit seemingly "aggressive" behavior), and video games, so consequently many people are afraid of the breed. A related problem is the misunderstanding of their legitimate roles; because guard dogs are trained to neutralize unwelcome intruders, many people mistakenly believe that Doberman Pinschers are vicious.
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<br/>Doberman Pinschers are, in general, a gentle, loyal, loving, and highly intelligent breed. Although there is variation in temperament, a typical pet Doberman attacks only if it believes that it, its property, or its family are in danger. According to a study done by the Centers for Disease Control, the Doberman Pinscher is involved in human dog bite-related incidents less frequently than many other dog breeds. Those familiar with the breed consider well-bred and properly socialized Doberman Pinschers to be excellent pets and companions, suitable for families with other dog breeds, excellent with young children, and even cats. The modern Doberman Pinscher is well known as a loyal and devoted family member".

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252776_Anonymous101's Response to lazzer r1's Review

Written on: 30/01/2007

Dobermans are impressive dogs! Great review!!

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Lazzer R1's Response to lazzer r1's Review

Written on: 29/01/2007

Not very hard at all. Dobermans are very much willing to learn, but they can get bored quickly. About 30 minutes a day is Roxy's limit.
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<br/>When she was 12 weeks old, we taught her to sit, lie down and paw in 2 days.
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<br/>The only problems we did have with her were house training and her being left alone. She wasn't destructive, but she did used to bark. I think if we left her home alone a lot more when she was younger, we wouldn't have had this problem.
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<br/>I have also found that Roxy gets tired much quicker through doing training, learning tricks and generally using her brain than she does when walking!

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Bertie's Response to lazzer r1's Review

Written on: 28/01/2007

Lazzer...when I saw "Doberman" in the latest reviews list, I thought someone might be starting a fan club for Sgt. Bilko's pal!
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<br/>Of course, it is the breed of dog which I have had experience with, and I agree with everything you wrote. It's all a matter of training, and as Ignatius Loyola said; "Give me the child and I'll give you the man".
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<br/>Same with dogs.

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“I have two Dobermans - Duke the male, we have had from...”

Written on: 21/01/2007 by Vanessa Willis (1 review written)

I have two Dobermans - Duke the male, we have had from 12 weeks old, and Truffle the female, whom we got at 14 months. We got Truffle to keep Duke company because he is a dog that needs lots of attention and company. Truffle had been badly neglected, and it took us some time to build her up and help her confidence, but she is a totally different dog now. Truffle is very happy with us, and she gets on very well with Duke. Truffle will be two next month. She is brown and tan and very pretty… Read Full Review

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Blackandwhite's Response to Vanessa Willis's Review

Written on: 04/09/2007

The point is true; Doberman's are amazing dogs.

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“We got our Doberman (Kane) when he was 6 years old. He...”

Written on: 27/10/2006 by hannahbananahannah (1 review written)

We got our Doberman (Kane) when he was 6 years old. He is so sweet and loyal. He loves to put his head in your lap and be right there with you. He is protective though. We found that out when a neighbor decided to just walk into our house without knocking. They are also very easy to train. My 10 year old taught him how to sit, lay down, crawl and roll over in just minutes… Read Full Review

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“Snuffy is a lovely dog, she is very hard work though...”

Written on: 04/08/2006 by Anonymous101 (1 review written)

Snuffy is a lovely dog, she is very hard work though and does demand a lot of attention. She was a nightmare to house train ,which was infuriating and often destroys the furniture. I think I would have another one although I'm not sure as when I come from work tired, the dog wants to play games for hours on end… Read Full Review

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“I got Annie when she was 9 weeks old. She is a black...”

Written on: 27/02/2006 by sophio (1 review written)

I got Annie when she was 9 weeks old. She is a black and tan dobbie, fantastic looking and lovely natured. But is a lot of hard work. Needs excessive walks. And hates to be left alone, would recommend a doberman to a one on one person with a lot of free time, patience and experience… Read Full Review

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