Doberman Pinscher

The Doberman Pinscher (also known as a Dobermann or affectionately called ‘Dobe’) was bred in Germany in the late nineteenth century, almost exclusively as the work of one man—Louis Dobermann. Dobermann was a tax collector who sought to breed an alert guard dog for personal protection. Within a decade, a breed similar to the modern Doberman Pinscher had been created, popularized, and imported to America. In America, it became a popular guard and police dog, and later a well-admired show dog. By the late 1970’s, the Doberman Pinscher was the second most popular breed in America. Today, it serves mostly as a pet. Famous Doberman Pinschers include Zeus and Apollo, ‘the lads’ from ‘Magnum, P.I.’. Doberman Pinschers are the official combat dog of the U.S. Marines.
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The Doberman Pinscher is a dog of medium size. Although the breed standards vary among kennel and breed clubs, the dog typically stands between 26 to 28 inches 27.5 being ideal (66 to 72 cm), the female is typically somewhere between 24 to 26 inches, 25.5 being ideal (61 to 68 cm).The Doberman has a square frame: its length should equal its height to the withers, and the length of its head, neck and legs should be in proportion to its body.
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There are no standards for the weight of the Doberman Pinscher. The ideal dog must have sufficient size for an optimal combination of strength, endurance and agility.The male generally weighs between 75 and 100 pounds (34 and 45 kg) and the female between 60 and 90 pounds (27 and 41 kg).

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Doberman Pinscher Dog Club Directory
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- Offers a list of organization contacts, meeting and show schedules, photos, breed rescue information, and a brag podium.
- Membership information, shows, calendar, member roster, rescue program, flyball team, and club history.
- The official Dobermann club for Birmingham and district UK.
- Established in 1949 to promote the welfare of the breed, as well as encouraging conscientious breeding practices, and showing of Doberman Pinschers. Hampton Roads, Virginia
- Has more than 2,000 members from almost all 50 states, plus many members in foreign countries; is the only national Doberman breed club sanctioned by the AKC.
- Provides breed standards, photos, meeting and show schedules, officer contacts, and a list of breeders.
- Features a list of breeders, a schedule of projected breeding costs, color charts, meeting and show schedules, and rescue links.
- This website helps to inform people of the club's events, featuring applications, available rescues, educational links, and club's breeders.
- Complete judging information for the Doberman Pinscher approved by the parent club, Doberman Pinscher Club of America.
- National Dobermann club includes current events, breed information, magazine, articles, and calendar of shows.
- Sponsor of local conformation shows, obedience trials, and practice matches for the Doberman exhibitor. Includes event schedule, brags, and photos.
- Massachusetts association offering membership information, a review of past events, breed history, and links.
- Pennsylvania club that promotes the breed through AKC shows, obedience trials and field trials. Offers photos, event schedules, and breed information.
- Offers membership details and application forms, show and event schedules, breed standards, and show results.
- This club promotes and aids all Dobermann owners with advise and help, helping to rescue and re-home all Dobermanns that needs help.
- Offers a selection of breed related cartoons.
- A community resource with stories and articles about the rewards of Doberman ownership.
- An educational community of advocates, owners and lovers of the Doberman breeds who promote responsible ownership and rescue work.
- Site offers important information regarding your doberman’s health, diet and training as well as a forum were people can talk about their four legged pals.
- Information on Dobermann Pinschers from magazines to rescue links.
- Reference archive for Dobermanns in the South Pacific region.
- Features articles in several languages, pedigrees, and pictures.
- Offers news, a breeder database, photos, pedigrees, and featured dogs.
- Guide featuring information on local clubs, breeders, rescue organizations, health, and training. Also offers a forum for posting show results.
- Offers information on their genetics, health, behavior, breeders, and problems reported by owners.
- Authorized Danish Kennel Club judge offers photos, qualifications, and contact details.
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