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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 With their sleek black coats, cropped ears, and athletic build, the Doberman Pinscher can be described as aristocratic looking. The breed is named after a German tax collector named Louis Doberman. Because tax collecting in the late 19th century was often a dangerous job due to bandits, he often had a dog for protection. Coincidentally, he was also a dogcatcher, and started to breed dogs together. His ideal dog was meant to be a loyal companion, and protector. Loss of territories - productive land,industries and raw resources First bred in Germany. They were recognized/shown in Germany in1876. The German Kennel Club recognized the Doberman Pinscher as a an official breed in 1900. In the late 19th century, the DobermanPinscher was met with enthusiasmin Germany, andthey bred only the bravest,smartest, quickest, andtoughest dogs. However,the breed became known for being headstrong and aggressive. The Doberman Pinscher Adjectives 1. intellegent 2. alert 3. loyal 4. athletic For many dog breeds, including Dobermans, there is a gene controlling Eumelanin, which is the gene for black color. Having the "dilution" is when the dog has both recessive genes, and instead of showing black color, the dog shows a blue color. This is especially aparent on the nose. The Doberman Pinscher can bevery aggressive, and often assumesthe alpha role if it is not properly trained. However, with proper training, and through years of breeding in the United States, the edge on the Dobermans personality has been chipped off. They can be great guard dogs for families, and are loyal and compassionate. However, they are also great use in the military, police forces, other protective services. Life expectancy: 10-13 years Health Problems 1. Von Willebrand's Disease - Trouble with clotting blood.Only treatment: blood transfusion. The dogs can still live normal lives. 2. Cardiomyopathy - Disease of the heart, which becomes weak and expands to become abnormally large. Treatment: oxygen, fluid therapy, and medication. 3. Wobbler's Syndrome - The dog suffers from spinal cord compression. It is inherited. Treatment: surgical therapy. Although in some cases, the condition has reoccurred.
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