The setting of the Doberman ears is a rather painstaking process. To put ears, sometimes it takes a lot of time and patience. Beautiful ears are the pride of the Doberman, and, of course, its owner.
It is recommended to stop the ears from a Doberman at the age of 1.5 to 3 months. It is very important that the operation to stop the ears performed by an experienced specialist. So it is necessary that this cosmetic operation is safe for the puppy, and also to choose the shape of the ears (configuration) and the desired length, which would be in harmony with the head of the dog. Unfortunately, one often sees very beautiful Dobermans with terrible ears. This is the result of the fact that the breed’s specialists did not stop the ears of the puppy.
Doberman’s ears can get up at the age of 3 months, but there are times when you have to glue them from time to time up to 1 year. The duration of ear placement depends on the correct ear cropping, the length of the cropped ear (so long ears will have to be set longer), the puppy’s heredity, thickness of the ear and cartilage, proper nutrition of the puppy, and of course on your work on ear placement. The main thing is to be patient and do not quit until you achieve the desired result. Continue reading
Doberman is an excellent service dog and the health and good performance of the dog’s duties depends on its proper feeding.
How to feed the Doberman and how to do it right? First of all, nutrition should be balanced.
Doberman feeding natural food
Meat products. Doberman’s favorite food is meat. The norm for an adult animal is 500-700 grams per day. However, if the dog is actively training, then up to a kilogram. It is better to give him raw lean beef, having previously doused it with boiling water. Its coarse and sinewy structure activates the gastrointestinal tract and helps strengthen the jaw.
It is better not to give pork, as it can cause prolonged diarrhea. Continue reading
Who should have a Doberman
Before you get a dog, you should understand why it is needed. Doberman is best for you if you want love, loyalty, respect and understanding from an animal. Doberman has another indisputable advantage – he is able to reliably protect the apartment from uninvited guests. Doberman will always be a reliable friend and protection for his master.
When buying a dog, consider how your relatives will relate to it. Those around must show maximum tolerance towards the animal.
It is worth immediately evaluating whether you will have enough time to care for the dog. A puppy, like a child, needs competent education. A young dog should walk at least four times a day, but an adult Doberman should not be left locked up all the time. Walking should take at least an hour a day. The dog should be started by people who adore spending a lot of time in the fresh air. Do not start a dog for those who have too little living space. The dog is better than other animals able to feel the mood of people and a negative situation will cause her aggression. Continue reading