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Doberman Pinscher Review



We review the Doberman Pinscher a medium size dog. Compactly built, muscular and powerful, for great endurance and speed. Elegant in appearance, energetic, watchful, determined, alert, fearless, loyal and obedient.

The Doberman Pinscher Club of America was founded in 1921.
"Pinscher" means terrier
Doberman Pinschers were named after Louis Doberman, a tax collector
The first official records of the Doberman appear in the stud books of the Dobermannpinscher Verein stud book of 1890 in Germany.
The Dobermann is one of the few breeds that has been named after a person.

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Author Tiffany Tram ( ago)
does your friend still breed? im looking for a well breed german doberman

Author Scott Young ( ago)
haha too ugly for show and too lazy to be a working dog .... hahahhaha i
like your comment. so funny !

Author Shakeem Kash ( ago)
I want one

Author N. Johnson (TheBakingSlave) ( ago)
I know this is an older video, but the collar on that dog is waaayyy too
tight. When the skin is folding over a collar that means the dollar is
cutting off the airway. If you can't fit two fingers under the collar then
it's too tight.....

Author Olivia Evans ( ago)
Ooh.. I went to a college campus and I saw a doberman puppy with a cast on
his ears and I finally know why :)

Author Retta Monique ( ago)
I WANT ONE SOOOO BADDDD

Author Anonymous Coward ( ago)
the tail cutting is also a safety issue - they can smack their very thin
tail, bruise it or break it, and get a deadly infection. additionally, a
bruised tail will impair their readiness for battle. they don't even feel
the ears and tail past the first day cause of the pain meds and they way
dogs heal. my baby healed completely in two weeks! that was almost eleven
years ago - she passed in december. don't take em for granted they
generally don't last long - twelve years is the high end.

Author Ann Foster ( ago)
I've had 5 dobes, 3 rescues..like to have ears cropped. 2 of the dobes had
natural ears, had problems with ear infections. Dobes are my favorite dog
breed followed by golden retriever.. Love 'em all!

Author Keith Freeman ( ago)
beautiful dog

Author Dankenstein .yo ( ago)
shoulda got a statue broo!

Author Ironcity Outfitters ( ago)
Dobie got the downs syndrom...

Author Sound & VIsion ( ago)
given the chance this guy will cut his dog's goolies off.

Author George Hoffman ( ago)
coolest dogs ever. I 've had 4 in the last 20 yrs.

Author Carlos S ( ago)
its illegal to cut tail or ears in England
with ears hanging and tail wiggling they look like goats.
BUT STILL THEY ARE MY FAV DOGS .
Best looking
smart
protective
full of energy

Author Tara ( ago)
You should learn the lingo better. It's not cutting and trimming. Doc the
tail and the 2nd or 3rd vertebrae. Crop the ears. You didn't mention the
dew claws. You didn't mention the types of diseases they can get even as
purebreds. You don't get purebreds from kennel breeders and if you do they
normal aren't purebred but puppy mill. Sorry I found your video rushed and
mainly about showing your dog not informing about the breed. Not that I
minded but if that was your aim you missed many crucial points.

Beautiful boy btw

Author Marie Vanier ( ago)
Natural dobbies are nicer! I live in Europe and owned two Dobermann. No
suffering related to cropped ears.

Author Edmund Leblanc ( ago)
On my third Doberman. Hard for me to get another breed. They are like
Velcro. Have to like this constant affection, which I do. Might be my
because my demonstrative Italian Mother.

Author Awesome, wierd stuff ( ago)
i think cuting ears and tail is cruel because dobermans dont have hair in
there ears like german sheperds so they get iretated by the wind, bugs,
dirt and water

Author Mark Gailmor ( ago)
You are aware that ear cropping and tail docking are barbaric, outdated
practices that are banned throughout most of the world, don't you? If you
were to take a trip to Germany next week with your dog you would get a lot
of finger pointing and would probably be told to always carry your passport
to prove that your dog was not a citizen of Germany. They will jail people
for cropping ears and docking tails.

Author TheJakeTuber ( ago)
fucking sick. should never cut there ears. how does that benfit them, it
doesnt! You wouldnt want that done to you, this video just pissed me off

Author it'sM.C.N ( ago)
Ugly?!More like ADORABLE

Author CINDY Lituyas Loon ( ago)
My husband insists I have a doberman alert dog , after finding a man in our
van. . Anyone who says anything to me about ,Mutilation regarding ear or
tail cropping . I just say "Hows that circumcision working out for you???
Shuts them up ! C.

Author Jesse Maksymetz ( ago)
What's a price range for these dogs awesome dog man

Author Midnight Cruiser ( ago)
There's not a better companion in the world than a Doberman. Incredible
creatures.

Author hersheebaby18 ( ago)
OMG he's beautiful. congrats on a beautiful baby.

Author Denis Bergin ( ago)
what are the benefits to the dog for having ears cropped?

Author Bryan Holmberg ( ago)
people are always complaing about the crop and doc, but have no problem
with cutting thier balls off.

Author arianus obsidian ( ago)
I rather not cut the ears,they're an amazing breed.

Author Anastasiya Borisova ( ago)
Actually for all the people who think cropping the ears is bad for the
dogs.... it's a great thing because any dog with floppy ears has a higher
chance of ear infections than dogs with ears that go up. this doesn't hurt
them in any way, in fact it benefits them!

Author Melania Chiper ( ago)
beautiful dog!! can you tell me where you had his ears cropped? I'm getting
a Dobie soon and I am looking for a good vet to do it :)

Author revolversntulips ( ago)
I'm Swedish and I'm glad we have those laws in most european countries.
Altering with an animals physique because of personal estetic choice
doesn't really seem that nice? I wouldn't be very happy if my parents had
cut off my ears and tribal tattoed me when I was young. Yes I know "mind
your own business" but it's not decent. Period. Doesn't matter if the dogs
don't mind it...

Author tolfan ftw ( ago)
maybe its my screen but he sure looks red to me.

Author Ad Astra ( ago)
I rarely hear people crying about how cruel it is to breed a dog that will
live its +12 years being unable to breathe because it has virtually no
nasal cavity--in fact, society so often hates people who crop and dock and
at the same time glorify and lawd over pugs and bulldogs because they are
so cute. We brag about coming from countries where cropping and docking is
banned, but those same countries ignore the chronic, life-long, often
severe suffering of brachycephalic breeds (few things are more terrifying
for any animal than being unable to breathe efficiently, if you've ever had
a suffocation experience you understand how scary it is). So no, I don't
think there is any reason to brag about banning something that is so
trivial. Here's the facts: cropping surgery is non-invasive (less invasive
than a spay), the recovery period is 1 week (after which the scabs are
normally ENTIRELY healed when the surgery is done with lasers), of course
after the scabs have healed the pain is nonexistent, and most puppies are
back to playing the day after surgery, so clearly the healing pain is not
severe. Subjecting an animal to one moderately painful day followed by one
uncomfortable and itchy week should be frowned upon, but brachycephalic
dogs live forever with poor breathing just at rest, and risk shock and heat
stroke if they want to go outside in warm weather, let alone be active and
get proper exercise. Subjecting a dog to a lifetime of mild suffocation
without ever catching a break, among the other side effects, for pleasure,
is far, far worse. Now which one is banned in so many "progressive"
countries? Why don't people flock to videos of pugs to speak out instead of
videos of cropped dogs who get on with a normal life after that one crappy
week?

You people have your priorities all screwed up... and I'm looking at you,
England. Always so proud of your bulldogs, yeah, the breed that is now
regularly raised in a hyperbaric chamber the first several weeks of their
life just so they can survive. The anti cropping and docking people have
fallen into the hysteria of sensationalism. It's a big deal because we made
an emotional decision that it was a big deal. Sure, it's selfish and
unnecessary, but it's been massively blown out of proportion and certainly
doesn't need to be illegal (regulated yes, illegal no). Look back at the
facts I gave you, cross check their validity all you want, and realize that
it really isn't *that* bad of a practice... especially compared to the ton
of other things we have deemed insignificant enough to *overlook* in the
dog world.

Author Hugh Mann (1192 years ago)
what's the magazine capacity on one of these

Author TruthSeeker ( ago)
as I watched your video I began to get more angry as it played, YOU are one
brainwashed dumbed down selfish prick of a guy !!!! fucking low life !!!!
"ohh I prefer the tail cut here" bla bla, you fucking selfish sick pathetic
pretentious cunt.

Author TruthSeeker ( ago)
there has to be some sighthound through the Doberman breed, the way their
back legs are when they are laying down is so similar and also that
crossing of the front legs is a common thing for sighthounds to do. I don't
agree with cutting of the ears or docking of the tail. its fucking selfish
and disgusting to do that FOR YOUR own pleasure !!! sick cunts

Author MishMila016 ( ago)
I miss my dog, she was just like this sweet one except half Doberman half
Rottweiler, was definitely friendly and protective of us and went with me
everywhere, even walked me to the bus stop when I was a kid and tried
getting on the bus with me too lol. Good memories, I'd love to have another
one, one of the best pets I ever had.

Author letssmokeit ( ago)
what a F****K OFF

Author Perry Haralambidis ( ago)
Who's the breeder u bought him from can u let ,e knw thanks question
gorgeous ur doby

Author Sebastian Michaelis ( ago)
Wait why would you cut their ears ?? OoO ??

Author Mustardcake ( ago)
Does it cost alot to cut the ears?

Author faultroy ( ago)
Nice dog, But I too am surprised you didn't mention how incredibly athletic
they are. Some years ago, I was at a Schutzhund competition, it was mostly
German Shepherds, but this one Doberman came out, and everybody watched
this animal move.

He was incredible. He moved like a gazelle. It looked like he literally
floated along. Just a spectacular mover.

He was also big. The tend to be leggy, which makes them move even more
lithely.

Also, there is quite a difference between the Euro dogs and the Americans
dogs with reference to their heads.

The Euroheads are a lot broader, with thicker muzzles, while the American
dogs have a much more swanlike neck.

I don't like the American dogs, and much prefer the Euro dogs with their
more substantial heads, their broad chests and their thicker necks and more
powerful thicker bone.

It looks like your dog is in wonderful condition.

Would have like to have seen his profile and frontal so I could get a good
look at his head.

A wonderful dog, and beautiful breed. Anyone owning a Dobe should be very
fortunate and most proud.

Author Travis Raeber ( ago)
we chose not to crop our Dobermans ears because there's really no need.
Opinions are like assholes everybody has one. so if you feel that is
necessary power to you

Author Perry Haralambidis ( ago)
Whats the breeders name u got him from

Author Dom ( ago)
I think there needs to be a video between the differences of European and
American doberman. I heard the European dobermans are bigger and have a
more box shape head.

Author Association For The Preservation Of Purebred Dogs ( ago)
https://www.facebook.com/PreservingourPurebreddogs/videos/936402743087564/

Author notsosilentmajority1 ( ago)
Dobermans were actually designed mathematically. Seriously. They are the
fastest dog when it comes to turning at a (basically) right angle. We know
what breeds that they were basically derived from. I have had 2 Dobes in my
life and I agree that the cropping and docking (ears and tails) are
essential for a great looking Dobe. You have a beautiful dog there,
congratulations. They are extremely smart and brave and loyal and if you
don't over socialize them they will retain their serious protectiveness.
The US breeders have taken some of the "fight" out of the breed, sometimes
to the point that they are actually cowardly. That is really a big fault in
this breed and those dogs shouldn't be bred. Dobe's are actually very
catlike in how they lounge and how they basically groom themselves. They
are stealthlike and have been known to let an intruder in to a space BUT
then not allow him out of that same space. I prefer that they just don't
let them in period. They are one of the best Schutzhund dogs in the world.
That is something I did with one of my girls and she excelled at it. Some
people have been breeding males up to 100 lbs. or so and that is not good.
Some people believe there is some Great Dane in them, maybe there is but
that is not the size they were originally designed to be. A truly "correct"
doberman is a marvel to witness. They are fast, strong, fearless, beautiful
and extremely agile. They are great family dogs and excellent with children
when raised with them (just like most dogs). Good breeding matters a great
deal in this breed. I think more so with dobes if you really want them to
be what they were originally designed to be. There are not many breeds that
can compete with a true example of the breed and I am not talking strictly
about protection type of ability. I mean brains, braun, natural instinct,
loyalty, agility and fierceness with fairness. Of course GSD's are in this
same category but the shedding is just too much for me. The Malinois is up
there also but they are a bit hyper for me at my age, lol. Truth is there
aren't many dog breeds that can give you what a well bred donb can. Great
video and thanks for posting, God bless.

Author james kallmeyer (1727 years ago)
I think mine follows me to the bathroom cuz I follow her to the bathroom
and she thinks how that works

Author Chew Her ( ago)
I watched your video a while back. I decided to get the breed. She is 8
months now. Her name is Zena. She is chocolate brown. I look up videos and
revisit your vids to always get as much information as I can.

Author DRW1107 ( ago)
This dog is super-duper smart, and I actually love this breed the best! My
female used to sit next to me and make a
"YEOWWWOWOWOWOWYEEEEEEOWWOWOWOWYEEOOWOW" sound, which simply meant I
wasn't giving her the affection and attention she thought she always
deserved! Anyway, she was never aggressive but felt she was in charge of
everything! I've never known an aggressive Doberman - friendly and
sociable to welcomed guests, but I know how protective they are! I had two
Dobermans who loved being outside, while tracking down and plotting
strategic attacks to any other animals who entered their yard!

Author Scott and Becky ( ago)
Nice dog dude :-)

Author Prof Mel (1299 years ago)
Cropping the ears does have NON-COSMETIC benefits.
I have two dobermans, one male with cropped ears and one female with
natural ears. While I've had no trouble with the cropped ears, my female
has had lots of issues. Tiny scratches on her ears bleed like crazy, they
need to be cleaned a lot more and they also seem to attract more ticks. I
still find specks of blood on my walls occasionally from when my female has
had an ear bleed and shaken her head.
If I had it to do over again, I would have cropped them both and highly
recommend ear cropping to any doberman owners.

Author Michael Nova ( ago)
How about you cut your ears you scumfuck

Author Joseph Felix ( ago)
He is an absolute beauty, you can see the strong breeding in him. My first
dog was a Dobie and had a few since then and they are never a
disappointment.

Author Alyssa Bettencourt ( ago)
My father had a doberman as a kid but had to give him away when he moved 30
minutes away and one day he was playing outside he said and his dog found
where he lived lol his mother didn't believe him. I guess my dads doberman
was bats hit crazy though, everyone says he would chase cars at the tires
and bark as people drove.

Author Rob GnasherNoob ( ago)
you never have to trim them? you do actually, had dobermans all my life and
unless you constantly walk them on concrete, then you do have to trim them

Author Shamrock Rancher ( ago)
I am surprised you didn't mention a couple of significant Dobe factors
(IMHO). The 'Velcro' factor. My dog follows me everywhere in the house and
will position himself to keep an eye on me. I mention it because a lady
asked me how to get the dog (hers) to stop doing that... it was freaking
her out that he was always watching her. It's part of the breeding, I've
been told.

The other thing that was a total surprise to me (I've always had Golden's)
is how affectionate he is. I was very surprised by this. He loves attention
and will come by for a petting pretty regularly. If I'm busy on the PC
he'll flip my hand off the keyboard with his nose to let me know he needs
some love'n.

He's a rescue. He had some serious mental issues when I first got him. I'm
pretty sure he was just left in an outdoor kennel (he hates rain and snow)
and he was probably beaten since every time I picked up my back scratcher,
fly swatter, etc. he'd change zip codes. It took about two years to settle
him down but he's relaxed now and I much prefer him over the Golden's. I
just wish I would have had him from when he was a pup. He had a lot of
anxiety and he ate a few shoes, t shirts and ruined a collector hockey
jersey. He tried to convince me that he was actually a fashion designer and
he was giving my clothes 'an edgy street look'. No problems with that now.

Author Jayden Purham ( ago)
I love dem

Author Cori Harvey ( ago)
The docking of the tail is done at three days old. So that way the dog does
not remember it. Yes it still hurts them but it is better if the tail is
docked because of the way their tails are which is long and boney. If the
tail hits cages or walls when being wagged it cuts open their tail. It
happened to my Great Dane and its a lot mor painful then. My two that I
have now have their tails docked. And the ears are usually done at 6
months. Mainly for looks. Yes, it hurts but their asleep during the
procedure. And it only hurts afterwards if they hit their ears or if you
touch them. So don't get pissed off because of someone's preference!!

Author Jade S ( ago)
Holy shit😂 K People pierce their kids ears when they're unable to consent,
their kid is too young to say anything about it. People trim their child's
foreskin without consent. I don't see any of you guys shitting bricks about
that. Their dog, their business. 

Author General HowTo ( ago)
Subscribe to my channel for the cutest Doberman and Westy videos! They are
best friends!!

Author Same Story ( ago)
Priceless, thanks for sharing. Only guard dogs there are.

Author turbobuick33 ( ago)
Does it shed a lot of hair?

Author Peter Brenn ( ago)
stop cutting stuff off dogs jeez.

Author Mike D ( ago)
Im pretty sure the USA is the only country in the world where they crop
tail and ears. Awesome dog but it looks weird with no ears or tail. my
first one had cropped tail but their much better with tail and ears

Author Hevin Amber ( ago)
don't call the baby "lazy and ugly!"

Author kevinsoto76 ( ago)
where in phx did you get your doberman's ears done?

Author Keir Gazelle ( ago)
My Dobie is way bigger then that dog...and loves to learn. 

Author Kris Ofstie ( ago)
I wish that I cut my own ears off before I watched this video. You are a
cruel person and I hope someone cuts your penis off so you can not
reproduce more assholes. If you do not like the dogs looks. Change your
attitude. 

Author Lynda Oconnor ( ago)
I have one and he is like a bull tackling so you should show yours in
action.


Author ArchDandy1134 ( ago)
My parents pierced my ears when I was a baby.... I don't see any tears from
any of you.

Author ArchDandy1134 ( ago)
Great looking dog, great crop too. Having a Pedigree doesn't mean a dog is
breeding quality. Remember all those ugly toothless dogs in puppymills have
full AKC reg as well. Euro dogs don't do well in shows here, so you don't
really have a way of proving him. Breeding him to an American dobe would be
a mistake as well.

Author David Mark ( ago)
Lol he said he's not gonna be in a show cuz he's ugly? That's messed up

Author Yes iYam ( ago)
You fucking piece of shit. That animal is not gear. Your a piece of shit
and I wonder how pure bred you are, cocksucker. I hope that dog eats your
face asshole

Author endocry ( ago)
I'm really surprised how many bleeding heart ignorant people are making
comments. Cropping the ears and docking the tail don't hurt the dog at
all. If you don't want to do it to yours, that's great. However, since it
does not hurt the dog at all, physically or emotionally, you should really
get off your high horses and shut up about someone who does want to do it.
I'm not emotionally scarred from being circumsized, it's the same shit.

Author chonnerone ( ago)
A hound dog! Haha. "Keep your laws off my dog"... I bet you love guns and
bombs too don't you sir.

Author Cameron Stang ( ago)
You got him in Tucson? What was the name of the breeder?

Author Fred bajama ( ago)
The best and more loyal dogs on earth 

Author seane113 ( ago)
I love dobermans they are by far my favorite dog but this guys and asshole.
You dont have to call your dog ugly and the whole thing about europeans not
like the whole cutting ear thing. You seem like an ass dude.

Author Michael B (Gypsy2012) (744 years ago)
fuck u you dont have to cut them it should be made ilegal someone cut off
your tail man !

Author PIneapple29 ( ago)
FUCKING DOUCHE BAG!!! he's not a fucking toy you asshole!!

Author Juan Vega ( ago)
go fuck yourself... 

Author michael johnson ( ago)
I am really considering this breed for my family ,but I have heard so many
negative things about the breeds temperament when they become old , it's
possible everything I've heard isn't true , can anyone tell me more about
this dog please . I've had a pittbull as a kid and a German Shepherd and
Ive heard horrible things about those breeds that turned out to be WRONG.
Help please !

Author Ollie Bromley ( ago)
i understand that in the USA ear cutting and tail docking are still legal
and considered normal but as a Doberman lover in the UK i'am thankful that
this barbaric treatment is now illegal here . It does nothing to improve
the animal in either looks or ability and is purely done for so called
'looks' . i grow up in a Doberman household , i've shown them at
championship level and i love the breed . Please help stop this outdated
practice in America 

Author Guns&Roses ( ago)
it is true i have a dobermann im from europe they dont allow ear cutting in
here so i have to do high maintence on the ears of my dobermann they get
dirty quick and already has 2 infections i had to go to vet to treat them
but looks cute whith floopy ears xD

Author Jan Wall ( ago)
Our beautiful Doberman's nails grow long and fast. She is a pure breed, as
well. She was gift and we would never have cut any part of her, but she
came to us that way. 

Author ttylbodydark ( ago)
Fuck you for cutting his ears I hope somebody drugs you and cuts your ears 

Author Gabriela ( ago)
I got a doberman last year he totally gets along with my chihuahua which i
have had for 6 years they are great guard dogs and loyal companions

Author Doug Jackson ( ago)
wtf dude cut your dog despite noting 

Author hollywoodfastlife916 ( ago)
Beautiful! Great video. Keep your laws off my dog! Love it.

Author pookie91099 ( ago)
He isn't ugly. He is perrty.

Author Brandon Austin ( ago)
Beautiful Doberman. Your "review" sounds very amateur. Sounds like your
selling a product with very limited knowledge. Not knowing the colors,
saying you dont have to trim nails, "they just kind of sit like
this"....just odd. I have a dobie that lives with me and have been around
dobermans, try talking about how great they are as dogs and companions and
not like a walmart product.

Author Slav BK ( ago)
I have a 4 year old Doberman her name is Indi. :) 

Author SulaymanP ( ago)
Gorgeous dog, I'm definitely getting one

Author TheXenogias ( ago)
I found this comment odd too. Doberman nails do need to be trimmed. So
unless there's a midnight nail trimmer that does this without the owners
knowledge then I have no idea how it gets trimmed on its own.

Author Dobermann Deutschland (607 years ago)
Doberman vorever

Author pumpkinhead1020 ( ago)
They get there tails cut or "docked" at the 2nd joint.

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