1. They have a lower adaptability.

Dobermans have a comparatively low adaptability than other dogs. They find it difficult to adjust in small sized houses and are comfortable mostly at wide places. They are also very sensitive to everything around them and aren’t very tolerant. So if one has a very hectic schedule all time, one must not even think about getting a Doberman.

2. They will hate you for making them stay alone!

This breed is one of those breeds which just hates being alone and needs someone with them 24×7. A family which is more outside than at home might not tolerate the destruction a Doberman can cause when alone, it can get irritated very easily.

3. Girlfriend or No Girlfriend, Dobermans Will Always Love You.

Dobermans always love their families and also feel possessive about them. They’re friendly with kids and strangers too but at times might not show friendly behaviour. They can’t just stand another dog, they would try their best to avoid them and might also get violent if find any family member petting any other dog.

4. Yes, You can train them!

Dobermans can easily be trained. They are intelligent and know how to cope up with the surroundings. In fact, this breed is considered to be best for the trained police dogs.

5. Dobermans never bark unnecessarily & disturb your sleep!

This is one of the advantages of having a Doberman Pinscher. It won’t bark too often and too much unnecessarily, and when it does, there is going to be something serious. These dogs are the best medium to stay alert.

6. But, they might get aggressive.

It is believed that Dobermans are usually aggressive, but it’s not compulsory that every Doberman will be aggressive, well, some might get aggressive in some situation. They’re also said to bite very strong and often. But, if trained, they can learn to love and respect their masters and family.

7. Doberman Pinscher are named after a Person, Oh yes!

The dogs are believed to be named after Karl Friedrich Louis Dobermann, a German tax collector who developed the breed in the 1890s to be strong guard dogs. In fact, this is one of a few breeds named after a person.


However, albinos of the breed do exist and stem from a cream-colored Doberman female born in 1976. While albino Dobermans are easily identifiable, breeders have not been able to detect the mutant gene. The albino mutation is not an allowed color under the American Kennel Club standard for the breed for show purposes.

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