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Group :
Life :
10-13 years.
Size :
Large size.
Weight :
Male:34-41 Kg(75 to 90 lbs) Female:27-36 Kg(60-80 lbs).
Color :
black, brown, red, blue, fawn, and white.
Nature :
Doberman are very keen, super energetic with tremendous strength and stamina.They are loyal, tolerant, dedicated and affectionate with the family.
Height :
Male: 68.8 cm(27.5") Female:63.9 cm(25.5")


The Doberman pinscher is a medium sized, squarely built dog with a compact, muscular body. The head is long and when viewed from the side, looks like a blunt wedge. The colour of the nose depends on the colour of the dog's coat; black on black dogs, dark brown on red dogs, dark gray on blue dogs, dark tan on fawn dogs and pink on white dogs.  The teeth meet in a scissors bite. The colour of the almond-shaped eyes is various shades of brown, depending on the coat colour of the dog. The ears are usually cropped to stand erect .ending on the coat colour of the dog. The ears are usually cropped to stand erect (cut at the age of about 12 weeks). The pup's ears have to be taped for a couple of months to make them stand up. A lot of breeders are starting to leave the pup's ears natural. If left natural they develop ears somewhat like a hound. The tail is usually docked at the age of 3 days. If the tail is not docked it grows a tail somewhat like a hound. Note: cropping ears and docking tails is illegal in Europe. The chest is broad and the legs are perfectly straight. Dewclaws are sometimes removed. The short, hard, thick coat lies flat. Sometimes there is an invisible gray undercoat on the neck. The coat comes in black, black with tan markings, blue-gray, red, fawn and white. When markings appear they are above each eye, on the muzzle, throat, fore chest, legs, feet and on the tail. There is also a solid white colour. While white markings are considered a fault in some clubs, in others they are accepted.


Nature : Doberman Pinschers are very keen, super energetic with tremendous strength and stamina. Dobgs like to be with their people and are not suited to kennel or backyard life,they need human interaction and leadership. Loyal, tolerant, dedicated and affectionate with the family. Determined, bold and assertive while working, they are very adaptable, highly skilled and versatile. They are intelligent and very easy to train. They are an outstanding watch and guard dog and do not need additional protection training. This breed is not for everyone. The Doberman needs an owner who is willing and able to display a natural authority over the dog. All family members must be firm, confident and consistent, setting rules and sticking to them. Learn to handle the dog properly, as Dobermans can become stubborn and wilful if allowed having their own way. Everything must be on the human’s terms. The dog is the follower, and the humans are the leaders. The dog will appreciate knowing his place in his pack and feel secure about it. He should be thoroughly socialized when young to prevent skittishness.

Colour : Two different colour genes exist in the Doberman, one for black  and one for colour dilution, which result in four different colour phenotypes: black, red, blue, and fawn .

Height : The height of Doberman is about for males  26 - 28 inches (66 - 71cm) and for  females 24 - 26 inches (61- 66 cm).