DBR , IDCR
Living with a Doberdane
Temperament: The Doberdane has a great temperment and makes an excellent watchdog.
Family Dog: The Doberdane is not recommended for families with small children due to their large size.
Shedding: The Doberdane does shed small coarse hairs.
Grooming: The Doberdane requires very minimal grooming. They need minimal bathing or a wipe down as needed.
Training: The Doberdane learns very fast.
Behavior: The Doberdane is a very playful and loyal dog.
Barking: The Doberdane may have a very deep and agressive sounding bark.
Weather: The Doberdane cannot be left outside in extereme heat or cold.
Exercise: The Doberdane needs a lot of room to run.
Physical Ability: The Doberdane runs fast, jumps high and likes the water.
Appearance: The Doberdane has the Doberman Pincher build with the Great Dane coloring and height.
Companionship: The Doberdane is a very loyal dog. They love people but may not be good with strange dogs if they were not properly socialized as a puppy.
Nose: The nose of the Doberdane is black in color.
Ears: The ears of the Doberdane may be left uncropped.
Teeth/Bite: The teeth of the Doberdane meet in a scissor bite.
Body: The Doberdane has a body like the Doberman.
Feet: The feet of the Doberdane are very large.
Tail: The tail of the Doberdane may be left uncropped.
Color: The coat of the Doberdane can be fawn in color.
Coat: The coat of the Doberdane is smooth and short.
Life Expectancy: The life expectancy of the Doberdane is 8 to 10 years.
Allergies: The Doberdane has no known allergies at this time.
Health: The Doberdane is a typically a very dog.
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