Doberman Pinscher Facts

Here are some fresh and new Doberman Pinscher Facts if you just brought home a Doberman pinscher.

We have comprised a short list about some of the most interesting Doberman Pinscher Breed

Males stand about 26 to 28 inches to the shoulder and females are between 24 to 26 inches in height. The preferred height is 27 ½ inches for males and 25 ½ inches for females. Males typically weigh anywhere between 75 to 90 pounds and females weigh about 55 to 70 pounds.

The Doberman has four acceptable colors that have been approved by the American Kennel Club. Black, Red, Fawn, and the Blue Doberman Pinscher. There is such a thing as an Albino' Doberman, but this is not an approved standard and they can not compete in the Conformation Ring.

Many professional Doberman Pinscher Breeders do not breed dogs that are Albino as they are considered to be a bad genetic mutation. The Albino Doberman carries many bad qualities that affect and hurt the overall physical and mental Health Problems of the dog.

Doberman Pinschers live anywhere between 10 to 14 years. The females typically live longer than males. Typically, the larger the dog, the shorter their life spans will be.

Doberman Pinscher Facts: The original Doberman Pinscher Temperament was a lot more vicious. This was something the creator, Louis Doberman, liked about his guard dogs. Back in Mr. Doberman's time, the crime rate was quite high and there was a need for a tougher, meaner dog to protect the owner and his property. Depending on your location now a days, Doberman Pinscher Dog Breeders may breed a more friendly and socially comfortable Doberman Pinscher, while still keeping its protective and guard dog qualities.

Doberman Pinscher Facts: are since the Doberman has a short coat, shedding is at a minimum. However, his short coat does not give him the ability to keep himself warm during the winter and he must be kept indoors. Extensive heat also affects the coat. The dog is able to get sun burned and develop blisters due to the heat. When sweat sticks to the body, the dog can develop rashes that itch and are very uncomfortable. The dog's ears are also very sensitive to strong weather and frostbite can develop at the tips of the ears.

Doberman Pinscher Facts:

The number one deadly disease for the Doberman Pinscher is a condition called Dilated Cardiomyopathy. It's where the heart gets weak and is unable to properly pump blood. When the lack of blood properly flowing, this affects a number of internal organs and the dog can drop dead suddenly. The cause of this disease is usually due to a toxic bacteria, however since there are so many cases of Doberman Pinschers getting the disease, experts suspect it is hereditary. Doberman Pinscher Breeders are working hard to try and weed out this disease, but this has proven to be difficult as one in three Doberman Pinscher Dogs are likely to get the disease.

Many owners need to prepare a good and study Dog First Aid Kit when owning this Doberman Pinscher Dog Breed to help prevent any suffering the dog might have in the event of an emergency.

The following are some other articles that also have some interesting Doberman Pinscher Facts:

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