Regulation on the procedure for conducting tests and competitions under the "Guard Service" program
KSU official program General Provisions KS is a classic international test and competition program for guard and guard dogs. The history of the COP has more than 70 years. It…

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Doberman - breed history
Doberman - included in the nine breeds, proudly bearing the title of "service dog." They are used by the military and police. At home, he will become a good watchman.…

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Lovers of Dobermans
It is known that any breed is divided into two groups: breeding and user. The East European Shepherd Dog was bred in the USSR in the service dog breeding clubs…

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DOBERMAN IN MOVEMENT

DOBERMAN IN MOVEMENT
The Doberman was originally bred for protection and maintenance (the creator of this breed, Friedrich Louis Dobermann, served as a tax collector). The breed found its application for various tasks, such as delivering messages during the war, patrolling military facilities, and working in the police. Doberman is used as a rescue dog, a guide dog and, of course, as a sports dog for obi-diens and agility, for tracing, obedience and protection. Such a variety of applications implies that the Doberman has different gaits.
Some breeds have specific movements that are characteristic of them. An example is the “prancing” step of a miniature pinscher, the creeping lynx of a German shepherd and the amble of an old English shepherd.
It is believed that the most convenient gait for the Doberman is gallop. But if you watch this breed in natural conditions, somewhere in nature, you will find that a step, a lynx, a light gallop, and a quarry are no less convenient for a Doberman. This breed can move with absolutely any gait.
In the show ring, Doberman movements, like most breeds, are evaluated at a lynx, so we will consider this particular gait. Continue reading

How to handle a dominant dog?
Many people, including experienced trainers, misunderstand the essence of the problem of dominance in dogs. They believe that dominance can only be suppressed by force. Just crush the dog and…

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Doberman
ORIGIN Dobermans were bred in Germany, on the territory of Thuringia in the second half of the 19th century. The breed is named after its founder, Frederick Karl L. Dobermann,…

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Dog show - what is it?
Your Doberman is becoming more and more beautiful, sociable, learned the right stance, learned to groom and run next to you (as the conditions for holding exhibitions require). You burn…

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Species of Dobermans and similar breeds
It is important to know what distinguishes two types of Dobermans - American and European. But here the views of dog breeders diverge, as some believe that the difference between…

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