Adopt a Doberman Pinscher

Let’s be fair: they have a bad reputation. Many people assume they’re vicious, born and raised only to intimidate. Because of this, many of them end up abused and homeless. But once you get past the hype, you’ll realize a Doberman Pinscher, particularly an adopted one, could be the best friend you’ve been looking for. Though Dobermans are thought to be one of the most dangerous dog breeds, studies have found that they are involved in far fewer attacks on humans than other breeds, such as pit-bulls, Rottweilers and Malamutes.

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Adopt a doberman

adopt a doberman Doberman Rescue of Nebraska, Inc. is a non-profit organization which rescues Dobermans from shelters, owners who cannot or will not provide for them and those who are strays whose owners never try to locate them. The rescued dog goes directly to a veterinarian for a spay/neuter, vaccinations, and any other necessary medical treatment. From the veterinarian the dog usually goes into foster care. Once there, the foster parents work with the dog to achieve basic obedience, housebreaking, overcoming any fears that may result in undesirable behavior, and proper socialization.

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Doberman Pinscher

about doberman pinscher The Doberman Pinscher  or simply Doberman. is a class of domestic dog initially developed aroundby a tax collector from Germany named Karl Friedrich Louis Dobermann in the year 1890. Biology: Doberman Pinschers are amongst the most usual of pet types, and the class is well known as a loyal intelligent and an alert companion dog. These breed is also used as guard dogs or police dogs but this practice is less seen nowadays.

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About Doberman Intelligence

Getting To Know More About Doberman Intelligence For all the people who are under the impression that some dog breeds are more intelligent than others, here is some information about Doberman intelligence and what are the common ideas and assumptions which govern the human understanding of dog intelligence. Firstly, any dog breed including a Doberman is going to have the average intelligence of a six-year-old child.

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