Not all people should own dogs and even fewer should have a Doberman; but for those who will take the extra effort to properly raise their puppy, the rewards are more than compensating. With the proper care, feeding and training, your Doberman puppy can grow up to be the beautiful, loyal and intelligent watchdog and companion for which his breed is so well known and prized.
The breeding of this litter is such that with the proper care, feeding, Show / Schutzhund training, several individuals in this litter are capable of being taken to their championship titles in multiple disciplines!
Your Doberman puppy has had the advantage of excellent European breeding consisting of World Champion conformation titled sires and dams along with working ability proved by their IPO and Schutzhund titles, this superior genetic heritage combined with good care from you will now determine what it amounts to when it's full grown, and now the way he develops and grows is largely up to you.
Your Doberman puppies Temperament:
Unique Dobermans have been bred to provide an excellent temperament! Without excessive sharpness which would endanger neighbors and friends, they will be an alert, protective dog. For the good of both you and the Doberman breed, we recommend they be raised to be a gentle family companion and loyal protector.
Your Doberman can easily be trained to be an effective or even vicious dog; however, if so trained he may well cause you a greatly disproportionate share of grief and inconvenience for each possible time his over-protectiveness will or could be of value. Your puppy must be socialized to be of any protective value! He must allow welcome guests into your home, the meter reader, UPS, FED-X, the mailman on your property etc. Your family Doberman will always sense your feelings and respond accordingly!
Your handling of your family Doberman will direct his future temperament. A dog not used to people will be unsure and sharp so let your dog know early that visitors will neither harm him nor require his protection of you. Chaining a dog or confining it to a small place away from people is very harmful to his temperament and cruel to a family Doberman, he is not able to protect you if he is kept away from you!
Give your new puppy all the love and companionship you can, especially the first week or two because he is still lonely and homesick and has just left his large family.
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