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 Doberman Pinscher   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Doberman Pinscher was developed in Germany toward the end of the 19th century.
Early Doberman Pinschers were noted for their "sharp" temperaments but decades of careful breeding has produced a nearly ideal all-round working dog, intelligent, brave and loyal.
The Doberman Pinscher is "medium" in all aspects of its physical characteristics.
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 Breed Profile: Doberman Pinscher
Dobermans came from the old shorthaired shepherd-dog stock with mixtures of Rottweiler, fl and tan Terrier, and smooth-haired German Pinscher.
The white Doberman was impregnated by her son, and then a brother/sister mating occurred.
The Doberman Pinscher Club of America rejects Albino Dobermans, and the AKC will not permit them in the show ring, though they can still be registered with the AKC.
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 Doberman Pinscher,  Dog Breed Information Center®, Dobermann Pinscher, Doberman Pinschers, Dobermann Pinschers, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Bred for a century to be an outstanding guard dog, the Doberman Pinscher is intense and energetic with tremendous strength and stamina.
Doberman Pinschers have many talents including tracking, watchdogging, guarding, police work, military work, search and rescue, therapy work, competitive obedience and schutzhund.
It was developed in Germany in the 1860's, presumably by crossing among German Pinschers with Rottweilers, Beauceron, Pinschers, Greyhounds and English Greyhound to create the sleek and highly intelligent Doberman Pinscher.
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 Doberman pinscher on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Crockett, a rust-colored, 4-year-old neutered male Doberman pinscher, is available for adoption through Friends of Wayne Animals.
Guess, the Doberman pinscher, strolls the streets of Seattle, Washington, in a multicolored boa from High Maintenance Bitch, a Seattle company that sells canine couture.
Lynne Ryan, of Placentia, California, "dances" with her doberman pinscher, Hannah, outside the Jump Start Dog Sports obedience school in Yorba Linda, California, on Monday, December 22, 2003.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/D/Doberman.asp   (537 words)

 AllRefer.com - Doberman pinscher, Dog (Dogs) - Encyclopedia
Doberman pinscher[dO´burmun pin´shur] Pronunciation Key, breed of large, compact working dog originating in Germany c.1890.
The Doberman was named for Louis Dobermann of Apolda, Germany, who developed the breed by crossing native German sheepherding-dog stock with the Rottweiler, Manchester terrier, and the old German pinscher.
The Doberman was first used as a guard dog and pet.
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 Doberman Pinscher Rescue and Adoption- Adopt a Doberman Pinscher Near You   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Doberman Pinschers were originally bred in the late 19th century by a German policeman who wanted a guard dog to accompany him on his nightly rounds.
Doberman Pinschers and Doberman mixes are most often noble, loyal and affectionate with the family.
Doberman Pinscher mixes have all of the good traits of a purebred, often without the genetic health issues due to inbreeding.
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 Doberman Pinscher
The Doberman Pinscher will not tolerate teasing, so children must be taught how to behave around the dog.
Here you can browse Doberman Pinscher puppies for sale and dogs for sale, learn about the Doberman Pinscher breed or choose a name for your Doberman Pinscher puppy, or buy a Doberman Pinscher.
Still, you would be wise to educate yourself about the hereditary dog diseases and health problems of the Doberman Pinscher dog and what measures and precautions your Doberman Pinscher reputable breeder has taken to ensure that your new Doberman Pinscher puppy will grow into a healthy and happy dog.
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 Doberman Pinscher   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Doberman is energetic, watchful, determined, alert, fearless, affectionate, obedient and loyal, and must not be shy or vicious towards humans.
Each Doberman is different, yet each exhibits "Doberman characteristics of mind and disposition." Called "the dog with the human mind", the Doberman will do just about anything but talk, and often a doberman will hold quite a length conversation with you about something which is important to him at the moment.
A Doberman is an energetic dog with the firmness of the strong.
www.shmoopy.itgo.com /doberman.htm   (832 words)

 Doberman FAQ
The fawn (Isabella) Doberman is a known recessive gene (dilution) of the reds; while the blue Doberman is a known recessive gene (dilution) of the fl.
In 1980's the white Doberman made it's appearance and it has been found that the white gene is a separate gene, and is located at a different genetic site (locus) than the color (B) and dilution (D) that is the basis of the four allowed colors for the Doberman.
The Doberman Pinscher Foundation of America is seeking to identify and fund medical research that pertains to conditions that afflict the Doberman Pinscher.
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 Dobermann "Irinland" russian doberman Kennel / рЙФПНОЙЛ ДПВЕТНБОПЧ ...
It is in the Doberman's nature to be a trustworthy and loyal companion, usually gentle but as robust and tough as you care to make him.
Doberman should not be nervous or aggressive in normal circumstances.
The most difficult part of staging scenes with Dobermans in "Night Patrol" was that, according to the producer's idea, the pack of dobermanns, shoulder to shoulder, had to attack the actor and fiercely bark at him.
www.dobermann.ru   (619 words)

 Doberman Pinscher Stamps
Doberman Pinschers are blessed with some of the nicest cards and stamps available for any breed.
This is their rendition of the Doberman Pinscher issued in 1997.
The Doberman Pinscher is shown enlarged to the left.
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 Doberman Pinscher puppy, Pincher dog, medium size dog, picture, rescue, puppy for sale   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Doberman Pinscher was named after it creator, Louis Dobermann a tax collector, dog fancier of Thueringen, Germany.
The Doberman dog is energetic, watchful, determined, alert, fearless, affectionate, obedient and loyal, and must not be shy or vicious towards humans.
Doberman dog club, Doberman rescue Doberman Pinscher rescue or the US Doberman dog club, Doberman rescue for other nearby dog breeders.
www.dogbiz.com /dogs-grp3/doberman/dobe.htm   (587 words)

 Doberman Pinscher Rescue: Adoptable Dogs, Rescue Organizations, Dobie Rescue, available Dobermans
The national breed club is now coordinating efforts to help dobermans and doberman rescues affected by Katrina.
Dobermans are currently available in pounds, shelters, rescue facilities, and foster homes all over the United States and Canada.
Please consider adopting an older doberman, or one that is not quite perfect on the outside.
www.dogsaver.org /doberman   (523 words)

 Doberman Dilated Cardiomyopathy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Research funded by the Doberman Pinscher Foundation of America and the Morris Animal Foundation to find the genetic markers and develop a DNA test for Doberman Dilated Cardiomyopathy (DCM) is underway.
Dobermans, free of heart disease, have hearts that are normally weaker than those of other dogs.
Dobermans that appear to be healthy but demonstrate even ONE premature ventricular contraction (PVC) detected on a routine electrocardiogram (EKG) and cardiac ultrasound results consistent with DCM can be expected to die within 1.5 to 2 years if left untreated.
www.dpfa.org /dcm.html   (1853 words)

 Doberman Pinscher at The Pet Directory.us!
Dobermans are easy to teach and quick to learn.
The Doberman Pinscher is an energetic, elegant, fearless, loyal, and obedient dog who will make a devoted companion.
The Doberman Pinscher was developed in Germany by Louis Doberman in the 1890's.
www.thepetdirectory.us /Doberman_Pinscher.htm   (134 words)

 Doberman Pinscher Breeders - Veternet, Inc
The Basic Guide to the Doberman Pinscher (Introducing the Basic Guide Breed Series) - It is a tribute to the breeders, both in this country and around the world that the Doberman Pinscher is remarkably consistent from the earliest days of its development to the present time.
Dobermans have been bred around the world from the United States to Russia, from South Africa to Denmark.
The Doberman Pinscher club of America was formed in 1921.
www.veternet.com /breeders/lists/Doberman.html   (298 words)

 Special Needs Dobermans - Helping Owned AND Rescue Dobes! Visit Our New Store!
Doberman rescue groups have worked tirelessly to save and care for these precious creatures, and we would like to help you find them forever homes.
We are working with Doberman Digest, a national Dobe magazine, to publicize the plight of senior Dobes, and creating a national database and website dedicated to senior Dobes in need of families.
We are able to help Dobermans and their families thanks to the generosity of people like you.
www.doberman911.org   (4521 words)

 Doberman Rescue of North Texas Index
Doberman Rescue of North Texas places unwanted or abandoned Doberman Pinschers in loving homes.
There are excellent Doberman Rescue located all across the United States, so we believe that if you live far from the Dallas/Fort Worth area, you should be able to find a Doberman to adopt closer to you.
Doberman Rescue of North Texas, Inc., is a non-profit corporation.
www.dobermanrescue.org   (278 words)

 Doberman Rescue of North Carolina
Doberman Rescue of North Carolina, Inc. (DRNC) is a nonprofit, charitable, tax-exempt (501(c)3) corporation composed of a group of dedicated volunteers who work tirelessly to save the lives of homeless Doberman Pinschers in North Carolina and, on occasion, in surrounding states.
Most of the Dobermans we rescue come from shelters or are turned over to us by owners who, for a variety of reasons, are no longer able or willing to care for them.
Each Doberman is checked by a veterinarian, given vaccinations, tested for heartworms and intestinal worms, spayed or neutered, and is treated for any illnesses or medical problems that are found.
www.hope4dobe.org   (520 words)

 Official Website of the United Doberman Club
Its members are Doberman fanciers from around the world who are dedicated to preserving and protecting the Doberman and its heritage as a Working Dog.
The UDC sanctions the Doberman Pinscher Club of America (DPCA) Working Dog Trial at the DPCA National Specialty in October of each year.
You will be part of a group of Doberman enthusiasts who believe in testing their dogs' working ability, who guard against indiscriminate breeding, and whose goal is physical soundness and correct temperament.
www.uniteddobermanclub.com   (554 words)

 Doberman Owners Buyer Education Page
The Doberman, as described in the written standard for the breed, is energetic, watchful and determined.
The Doberman is a German breed and traces its heritage back to some of the old German dogs such as the Rottweiler and the smooth haired German Pinscher, as well as the Black and Tan Terrier of England.
The Doberman is a medium sized dog of clean cut appearance with males reaching 26 to 28 inches tall at the withers, and bitches 24 to 26 inches.
www.seattle-attorney.com /storm/dobe.html   (2466 words)

 Doberman Pinscher HEALTH Information!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
DCM in the Doberman was first noted in the 1950's when 3 of the founding sires of the breed in the US appeared to have died acutely form "heart attacks".
Not all Dobermans get these diseases by no means, but this is just posted so you can be aware of some problems that can arise, and possibly have them taken care of in the beginning and early stages.
Some Dobermans have beautiful glossy coats and others have dull lifeless coats...and Alopecia, which is a medical term for hair loss or bald spots...Many dobes that are blue or fawn get this, or dobes that have thyroid problems also get this...
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 Dog Owner's Guide Profile: The Doberman
Today's Doberman Pinscher has lost the second 'n' from its name and has mellowed in fierceness to become a family member apable of displaying great gentleness and devotion to children and other animals in the home.
In appearance, the modern Doberman Pinscher is elatively tall with males standing between 26 and 28 inches at the shoulder and females standing 24 to 26 inches at the shoulder.
The ideal specimen should be squarely built with the height at the withers approximating the length of the dog's body from the point of the chest to the rearmost portion of the upper thigh.
www.canismajor.com /dog/dobe.html   (1456 words)

 Internet Miniature Pinscher Service, Inc. (IMPS)
The Internet Miniature Pinscher Service, Inc. (IMPS) was formed in July of 1998 with the adoption of Lister through the Miniature Pinscher e-mail group at saluki.org.
Miniature Pinschers may have been used in the creation of the Doberman Pinscher, but it is highly unlikely.
Miniature Pinschers bear no resemblance to Doberman Pinschers in temperament, they are *not* miniature Dobermans, and really only have a resemblance in coloring - head type, gait, and other conformational aspects are all completely different.
www.minpinrescue.org   (1781 words)

 Doberman pinscher
Doberman pinscher breed of working dog developed in Apolda, Ger., by Louis Dobermann, a night watchman and keeper of a dog pound, in the late 1800s.
The Doodleman Pinscher is a cross between the Doberman Pinscher and the Standard Poodle.
The Doberman Pinscher was developed as a breed in the 1800's by German tax collector, Ludwig Dobermann to deter thieves and muggers.
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 Doberman Pinscher Puppy - Doberman Pinscher Breed Information
Ownership: If you are looking for Doberman Pinscher puppies for sale from reputable Doberman Pinscher breeders or to adopt a Doberman Pinscher from a Doberman Pinscher rescue then make sure you understand as much about the dog breeds you are interested in as you can.
Look no further for Doberman Pinscher breeders trying to sell a Doberman Pinscher puppy with a litter of Doberman Pinscher puppies for sale.
If you are interested in a Doberman Pinscher for adoption then view our dogs up for adoption - Doberman Pinscher rescue.
www.nextdaypets.com /directory/breeds/1100095   (388 words)

 Amazon.com: The Doberman Pinscher: Books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
There are chapters on the Doberman's history, buying a dog, grooming, temperament, understanding the breed standard, breeding, health concerns and more.
The Doberman Pinscher Doberman fanciers love to describe the appearance of the breed as The Look of Eagles.
With all that intelligence and exuberance, Dobermans demand to be doing something, especially with their owners.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0876052162?v=glance   (1263 words)

 History of the Doberman Pinscher
Herr Doberman had various jobs, which required protection.
"Thuringia Pinschers," and were sharp, aggressive with other dogs, of medium size, with a body that is compactly built, muscular, and distrustful of strangers.
Doberman Pinscher Foundation is funding several universities in finding a
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 HADR Home
We seek to make the general public aware that Doberman Pinschers are companion animals; not guard dogs to be left in a yard.
Our mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, and place Doberman Pinschers in responsible and caring homes in addition to providing a resource for public education on the breed and responsible dog ownership.
The availability of Dobermans for adoptions is constantly changing and individuals interested in adopting should check the site on a regular basis.
www.hadr.org   (520 words)

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