Doberman Pinscher Puppies For Sale In PA
Owning a Doberman Pinscher Puppy
The Doberman Pinscher is known as one of the most effective guard dogs in the world. Once bred for the sole purpose of being a watch or protection breed, today’s Dobermans are being bred with more versatility in mind. Today, the Doberman Pinscher is used for search and rescue, police work, and a loyal family companion. There was a time when Dobermans were bred with the intention of creating an aggressive breed, which led to a reputation that still precedes them. A relatively young breed, first being seen around 1900, the Doberman Pinscher breed was created with a melting pot of different breeds that include the Old Shorthaired Shepherd, Rottweiler, Black and Tan Terrier and the German Pinscher, among others. The Doberman Pinscher was first bred by a man named Louis Dobermann, a German Tax collector, who wanted a guard dog that was also a suitable companion. Read on below to learn more about the Doberman Pinscher.
Country of Origin: Germany
Temperament: The reputation of the Doberman would make you think they are all just nasty Junk-Yard dogs, but it is untrue. The breed is being bred with a less aggressive temperament in mind, making them a much more suitable pet. If you are looking for an alert, imposing, but great family pet, the Doberman is a good pick for you. Keep in mind, that the Doberman Pinscher is still one of the most powerful breeds in the world, so socializing him with kids, other people, and other family pets is vital to avoid issues as the dog grows. What you can expect is a dog that will share a close bond with its family, and never come up short on showing its affection.
Adaptability: The Doberman Pinscher is not an overly sensitive breed, but there are certain things to be aware of. Because it is such an affectionate breed with its family, the Doberman hates to be alone often. If you are getting a dog that will be left at home all day without human contact, this is not the breed for you. This breed has a short coat, so will not do very well with cold temperatures. They are a large breed that will do better with a large living are as opposed to an apartment or condo setting also.
Owner Experience: The Doberman Pinscher is one of the smartest breeds in the world, so any motivated owner, even a novice one, should be able to effectively train this breed. But here is the other side of the coin, it is also a breed with a strong will and a very powerful dog, so it is vital that it is trained properly, which may make it a better fit for an experienced owner. Either way, it is recommended that any owner attend some sort of obedience training with the Doberman Pinscher.
Health: The Doberman has been known to have some health issues, but with proper knowledge of a puppies’ heritage, many can be avoided. Some of the issues to watch for are Von Willebrand’s Disease, a blood disorder that causes excessive bleeding. Another issue to be aware of is Wobbler’s Syndrome, which is a genetic issue caused by the compression of the spinal cord. Again, making sure there is no history of these issues in a Doberman puppies’ bloodline is a good way to protect you from getting a dog with these issues.
Grooming: The Doberman is a relatively easy breed to groom, having a short coat with minimal shedding. It is recommended that you brush your dog’s teeth once week, and trim your Doberman Pinscher’s nails once a month.
Activity Level: The Doberman Pinscher is a very energetic and playful dog breed. They are a larger breed, so will not have the stamina of say, a Blue Heeler, but they will be intense and give it their all until they tire. Daily exercise of this breed is highly recommended.
Size: A full size Doberman Pinscher will weigh between 60 and 90 pounds and will stand between 24 and 28 inches at the withers.
Life Span: 10-13 years
When purchasing a Doberman Pinscher puppy it is essential to be aware of all characteristics of this breed. Looking for a puppy to bring into your family is an exciting process, but having the knowledge of what to expect with any dog is the key to successful integration into your family. A puppy is a huge commitment, so being knowledgeable about how to train and care for your Doberman Pinscher puppy is particularly valuable. For information on these subjects check our blog or a good book related to this specific dog breed.
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- Ella $600.00 Bird in Hand, PA
- Sumona $895.00 Ronks, PA
- Gina $900.00 Lititz, PA
- Garber $900.00 Lititz, PA
- Gail $900.00 Lititz, PA
- Roscoe $800.00 Ronks, PA
- Gunther $900.00 Lititz, PA
- Garrett $900.00 Lititz, PA
- Suki $895.00 Ronks, PA
- Spirit $895.00 Ronks, PA
- Grant $900.00 Lititz, PA
- Princess $800.00 Ronks, PA
- Fiona $1500.00 Lancaster, PA
- Casey $1425.00 Narvon, PA
- Chuck $1350.00 Narvon, PA
- Franklin $1300.00 Lancaster, PA
- Denver $1250.00 Lancaster, Pa
- Magic $1225.00 New Holland, PA
- Eliza $1150.00 Bird in Hand, PA
- Esther $1150.00 Bird in Hand, PA
- Misty $1100.00 New Holland, PA
- Twinkle $1100.00 New Holland, PA
- Crystal $1075.00 Narvon, PA
- Calle $1050.00 Lancaster, PA
- Carly $1050.00 Lancaster, PA
- Samson $1050.00 Gordonville, PA
- Skylar $1050.00 Gordonville, PA
- Lilac $1050.00 Nottingham, PA
- Lilly $1050.00 Nottingham, PA
- Lucy $1050.00 Nottingham, PA