BREED STANDARD
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…

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Doberman. Facts and myths about this breed
Many myths exist around Dobermans about his hysteria and immense anger. And it remains surprising why with all this in all countries fans of this breed are only added. Doberman…

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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…

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Doberman breed

Doberman – a dog that conquers the hearts of fans of the breed with its beauty, intelligence and unique character. The heartbeats with admiration when you observe the movements of the Doberman. Short glossy coat shimmers in the sun. Under the thin, tight-fitting skin, strong muscles play. And how interesting and exciting Dobermany rings are when these graceful animals freeze in flying stances, disputing prizes and champion titles.
Dobermannists can talk about the beauty of their dogs for hours. But no matter how beautiful the exterior of the Doberman, it gained worldwide fame thanks to its unique character and universal working qualities.

1. Universal work dog
Indestructible energy, a desire to be useful to a person, endurance, speed and agility made the Doberman a versatile working dog.
During the years of World War II, Dobermans were highly respected military dogs of the US Marine Corps. For loyalty and courage, they were awarded the title “Semper Fidelis” – “Always Faithful.” The Marines considered the Dobermans to be indispensable in carrying out certain special tasks. They were prepared for reconnaissance, message delivery, guard service, mine detection and cave surveys. Continue reading

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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Leading breed families
Initially, breeding in the group of her descendants (daughters) was carried out according to the principle of working with the family. The role of a good breeder in breeding the…

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Preparation of the "exhibition bag"
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…

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PROTECTIVE DOGS
Demand for dogs capable of carrying out protective service does not decline, as well as demand for trainers. This is where a funny collision arises: on the one hand, some…

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