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In every puppy, the instincts of play, struggle, prey, and also the instinct of scent are born from birth. But these qualities require compulsory development. It is much easier to develop them in a puppy than in an adult dog.
To achieve success in the follow-up work, the puppy should begin to “put on the trail” from 3-4 months, using the instinct of scent, food and stalking. First, the track will consist of 15-25 steps, each of which contains a piece of your favorite treat. Your puppy will very soon like to find a gourmet with the help of a scent. He will learn to associate the smell of a person’s footprint with the smell of goodies. Gradually, introducing complications: increasing the length of the track, turns, endurance, you will teach a young dog to solve the most complex and intricate maze of the track. You will feel unprecedented joy when your dog unravels the most difficult track without losing, despite various hindrances, he discovers and proudly identifies the object he has found.
For spectacular obedience work, the development of the game instinct is important. With great pleasure, puppies “hunt”, grab, carry various objects in their mouths. A ball on a rope is a great toy. 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
Doberman is friendly towards familiar people and animals, very devoted to the family and loves children. He is temperamental and alert. A properly trained dog demonstrates high working qualities, and with great pleasure.
The doberman’s inflated or nervousness is the same myth as his malice. But, like any myth, it has a basis under it. Doberman is a lively energetic dog that is sensitive to everything that happens around. The habitat plays a huge role in shaping the character of the puppy. If the family is constantly quarreling, contention, and the owners then express their irritation on the dog, then cloyingly affectionate with it, you can be sure that there the dog will grow up an unbalanced animal.
Do not start a Doberman to phlegmatic people who prefer to spend free time in a TV chair, or those who do not have enough time for walking with a dog. Doberman, especially young, needs physical activity and active walks, the lack of which will not only affect the shape of the dog, but also turn into leprosy and importunity at home. Continue reading