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Given these details, you should choose comfortable shoes (athletic shoes, such as sneakers, non-slip soles) or rubber boots (if the exhibition takes place outdoors in rainy weather); wear a tracksuit or a comfortable suit for the weekend. Believe me, it’s very difficult to run next to the dog in a narrow skirt and stilettos, or to leave the exhibition in white trousers covered with dog hair and in greasy spots (even if the dog is cleanly washed, it has a thin greasy layer on its coat that provides protection and shine )
In addition, you should prepare psychologically for the competition … The leash is an excellent guide to feelings and emotions – if you are nervous and unsure of yourself, the dog will immediately feel it and will be just as excited, naughty …
A little “stress” can be “woken up” by a melancholy animal, and, on the contrary, you should talk to a dog that is easily excitable, as calmly as possible, gently caressing it to maintain its serene state until the end of the exhibition. Sometimes it is required to sharply pull the dog dry and firm “no!” and a jerk of a leash to stop the slightest manifestation of excessive stubbornness or nervousness at the root. Continue reading
The name of the breed alone evokes a feeling of awe, respect and admiration. Beauty, grace, fearlessness, vigilance, courage – with these words, for sure, any owner of a wonderful Doberman breed characterizes his pet. The nature of the Doberman is peculiar. All about the Doberman breed can be read below.
A strong, powerful, elegant dog with a glossy, short, tight-fitting coat, a straight, as if a stretched back, muscular paws, a chiseled head, a slender neck and expressive dark eyes, this is how you can briefly describe this magnificent breed. The Doberman dog has a very energetic, lively character, he instantly responds to the call of the owner, no matter which – joyful or anxious, likes to be in the know about all the events. People who do not know this breed well can say that the Doberman is a nervous dog.
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Doberman is the only dog breed named after its founder, not a professional dog handler, but a talented self-taught resident of the German city of Apold, Friedrich Luis Dobermann. This tax collector was involved in breeding for about twenty-five years.
Doberman is considered a relatively young breed, since its formation began only in the middle of the XIX century. Despite its widespread use throughout the world, no one knows exactly which breeds were used to breed the Doberman. Yes, this is not surprising. It is unlikely that Friedrich Dobermann thought about the coming glory, both his own and the breed of dogs he bred. His task was much more modest. He just wanted to get a strong and vicious companion dog that could accompany him on business trips and, if necessary, protect his life and wallet. And since Mr. Doberman also worked on the urban flipper, it was there that he drew material for the realization of his goal, leaving large and fearless animals for breeding.
If we open books in which the history of the Doberman is discussed, we will meet the mention of many breeds whose blood, having mixed, formed a new, persistently inherited set of properties. Continue reading