Doberman Pinscher Breeders Wilmington DE

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First State Coton
(610) 368-4968
12 Gates Cir
Hockessin, DE
Breeds
Coton De Tulear

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Dogue de Bordeaux Society Inc
(925) 954-8644
155 Whispering Brook Way
Media, NJ
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Dogue De Bordeaux

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Gracewood Beagles
(302) 841-4248
PO Box 78
Bridgeville, DE
Breeds
Beagle

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First State Coton
(610) 368-4968
12 Gates Cir
Hockessin, DE
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Coton De Tulear

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Pet Village
(302) 475-3130
1812 Marsh Rd Ste 13
Wilmington, DE
 
Imperial Kingdom Blue Bullies
(610) 563-1898
407 Bucktoe Rd
Avondale, PA
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American Pit Bull Terrier

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West Highland White Terrier Club of America
(203) 325-0201
1037 Pottstown Pike
West Chester, PA
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West Highland White Terrier

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Duck Creek Black Russian
(302) 423-8956
14055 Chester Ave
Saratoga, DE
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Black Russian Terrier

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Concord Pet Foods and Supplies Inc
(302) 478-3121
3703 Concord Pike
Wilmington, DE
 
Happy Dog Healthy Dog
(302) 428-1919
1825 Delaware Ave
Wilmington, DE
 
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Doberman Pinscher Information, Pictures of Doberman Pinschers

Doberman Pinscher Dogs

In spite of their fearsome reputation, Doberman Pinschers are loving, affectionate intelligent dogs. They are also known to be conscientious and sensitive, crafty and attentive, which would explain their success as police and military dogs.

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What They Are Like to Live With

More than anything, these are people-oriented dogs, craving attention, positive reinforcement and quality time with the family. When properly trained and socialized, they can be sweet and easygoing with children.

Highly intelligent, Dobermans have a range of skills that include search & rescue, agility, and therapy work. When given a task and lots of mental stimulation, Doberman Pinschers will stay obedient and happy.

Dobermans, while loving to their families, can be very protective and suspicious of strangers. If they think their handler is being threatened, they will do anything to keep them out of harm’s way.

Things You Should Know

Don’t be afraid of your Doberman. They need a firm owner, and everyone in the house should know how to discipline them (in a very positive way, of course). They can get pushy if they have their way for too long. If you’re not prepared to work with your Doberman, you might try a more manageable breed.

Dobermans will be fine in an apartment as long as they get enough exercise and attention. They are probably not the best pets to have around small children.

A healthy Doberman can live as long as 12 years. Common health problems include heart disease, hip dysplasia and bloat. Protect them from cold weather climates—their short coats make them sensitive to the chill.

Doberman Pinscher History

Doberman Pinschers (pinscher means “biter” in German) were developed in the 19th century by a German tax collector named Louis Doberman. He bred these fearsome dogs to protect him on his daily rounds. Taking advantage of his part-time job at an animal shelter, he used a mix of dogs—probably Rottweilers, Black and Tan Terriers and German Pinschers—to create the classic Doberman. In 1921, the Doberman Pinscher Club of America was founded, helping to promote the breed in the U.S.

The Look of a Doberman Pinscher

Doberman Pinschers have a lean, powerful and distinguished frame. They have a poised, alert, ready-to-movie stance and a lively, intelligent expression. Dobermans have a deep, broad chest, a strong neck and a medium-sized, square and muscular body. Their heads are wedge-shaped with alert, dark eyes and ears that are either cropped or pointing up. They have docked tails (usually) and straight limbs. Dobermans can come in black, black & tan, bluish gray, fawn, red and white. Overall, they have a courageous, determined and proud look.

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