Many in our country do not know about the outstanding qualities of Dobermans because of the notorious fame of aggressive dogs that has entrenched in them. Dobermans are even called the “dog of the devil,” but what is the actual temperament of the representatives of this breed?
How the Doberman grows up depends on the owner. Previously, these dogs were trained by German army soldiers to attack, capture the enemy. That is why there is an opinion that Dobermans are monsters and killers. But for many years, breeders cultivated a calm, balanced character, goodwill and obedience in Dobermans. Now Dobermans are extremely intelligent, sensible dogs, who are also capable of service. If you need a guard, you will not find a better dog! Dobermans “work” in the police, at customs and participate in rescue operations.
Doberman becomes an equal member of the family. He gets along well with children, protects the property of the owner, himself, friends of his family, and so on. Doberman is always on guard. The main amazing feature of these dogs is that they do not need to explain what is good and what is bad: they themselves feel the difference. If you want an affectionate and friendly dog, treat him accordingly, in no case do not use violence in your training, because Dobermans will perceive your actions as a challenge to the battle. Continue reading
The Doberman breed has the main types 3: working type (West European or German working lines), European type of show (European show with working capacity) and American type (American show, no working capacity). I cover this topic in more detail in my original article, Working Doberman vs. Doberman Show, In this article I want to discuss the Doberman breeding philosophy and how it affects you as a potential Doberman owner.
Doberman works in tribal philosophy.
What is a working doberman? Working dogs, as a rule, have a natural ability (desire) to perform certain tasks. The work of the Doberman is to protect the owner and his family.
All working dog breeds retain some characteristics characteristic of the breed, but only those that are specially bred for this purpose will act in real situations. Continue reading