Doberman Pinscher Dog Breed
 

Doberman Pinschers

With it's racial roots somewhat obscured, the Doberman Pinscher became in a comparatively short time a dog fixed type, whose characteristics of both body and spirit have extended it's popularity in many lands. Originating in Apolda, in Thueringen, Germany, around 1890, the breed was officially recognized in 1900.

A devoted dog. When properly bred and trained this specimen has a sane mine and a sound body; the heart and spirit of a gentleman. This dog doesn't respond to heavy- handed discipline. They can get along with children and other animals if raised with them. The playing of aggressive games is not recommended. Basic obedience training is necessary.

Coat: smooth-haired, short, hard, thick and close lying. Colors - Black, red, fawn, blue. Sheds very little.

Height: males, 26-28 inches; bitches, 24-26 inches.

Weight: 65 to 90 pounds.

Training Information

Doberman Pinscher Club of America (M)

Corres. Secretary, Nancy Jewell, 13451 N. Winchester Way., Parker, CO 80134

Breeder Contact, Mrs. Tommie F. Jones, 4840 Thomasville Rd., Tallahassee, FL 32308, (904) 893-1393

 


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