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My Doberman Pinscher

Updated on January 16, 2015

Why You Should Go For A Doberman Pinscher....

The first pet I ever got was a Doberman Pinscher. The best pet in the world! Well, I like to think so!

Doberman Pinschers are trained to be police dogs, so it's a given that they are smart and intelligent creatures that can cater to human commands as quickly and efficiently as ever possible. My pet was just a puppy when she was brought home. More like a gift that I would never forget. I had to take care of her, feed her, play with her. It was like having my own little play doll - but of course, I had to be more attentive and caring and loving!

If you're thinking of going for a Doberman Pinscher, I say go for it. Why?

Why You Should Go For A Doberman Pinscher!

1. They are loving - Oh yes they are! They can sense when people are getting upset at you, and that makes them more upset!

2. They can pick up commands fast - Jay used to understand every little command of mine!

3. They are enthusiastic and fun to be with - My pet used to a lil jumpy, so I would say they are not exactly child friendly!

4. They are excellent watch dogs - Keeps awake and barks at the slightest noise possible. What a bark at that!

5. They are intelligent and can sense out things pretty fast

If I ever had to choose a pet again, it would have to be a Doberman Pinscher! My pet unfortunately passed away few years back no thanks to old age. It has definitely created a void, and I am thinking of getting one again soon. Really soon!

What kind of dog breed do you own?

Doberman Pinscher Dog Breed Information

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    • Art 4 Life profile image

      Art 4 Life 8 years ago from in the middle of nowhere....

      I love the doberman too...I have a red male, named Moose, he is going to be 11 in Feb. He was just diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, and he wont be with me long...he is my heart and soul, having a doberman means you arent ever alone....they are velcro dogs...nice hub...

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      dohn121 8 years ago from Hudson Valley, New York

      I've had some experience with Doberman's as they were the premier watch dog where I lived. Her name was Rosie and she scared everything away from the property. The only difference between her and the picture of the Doberman you've posted is that Rosie's ears droop.

      I can see why you love Doberman's, but if I had a choice, it might be a Shiba Inu or a Siberian Husky. But hey, that's just me!