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  • Intelligent, alert, and tenaciously loyal companions, the Doberman Pinscher is driven,

  • strong, and sometimes stubborn.

  • When properly trained he can be an excellent family dog, although he's certainly not for

  • novice owners.

  • Hi, welcome to Animal Facts.

  • Today, we investigate the incredibly versatile and fun-loving Doberman Pinscher.

  • Get ready for Dogs 101.

  • Let's get started.

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  • 10.

  • The Doberman is a fairly new dog breed, originating in Germany in the early 1880s.

  • Louis Dobermann was a tax collector, who would sometimes work as a police officer, night

  • guard, and dog catcher.

  • Herr Dobermann often found himself traveling with bags of money through dangerous parts

  • of town at late hours.

  • With his access to the pound, he bred a dog that is lean and muscular, a medium sized

  • dog that is refined but intimidating.

  • The American Kennel Club recognized the Doberman breed in 1908 as a working dog.

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  • 9.

  • Herr Dobermann did not take many notes on his breeding process, so no one is exactly

  • sure what breeds went into making the Doberman.

  • However, some possible dogs believed to be in the mix include the Rottweiler, German

  • Shorthaired Pointer, Weimaraner, Manchester Terrier, Beauceron, Great Dane, Black and

  • Tan Terrier, and Greyhound.

  • 8.

  • During World War II, Dobermans served the U.S. Marine Corps in their war dogs program.

  • The dogs were used throughout the South Pacific to lead patrols through the hot dense jungle,

  • to guard troops at night while they slept, and to give warnings of hidden enemy combatants

  • waiting to carry out an ambush.

  • Many of the dogs survived to return home to civilian families, but others made the ultimate

  • sacrifice and are buried in the National War Dog Cemetery at Naval Base Guam.

  • 7.

  • Dobermans are extremely athletic and intelligent dogs, so no task is out of their league.

  • And that includes the job of a lap dog, even if youre less enthused about it than he

  • is.

  • Dobies have been used for a variety of jobs and sports including police work, scent tracking,

  • coursing, diving, search and rescue, therapy, and guiding the blind.

  • 6.

  • Dobermans are the fifth smartest breed and easily trained.

  • That intelligence comes at a price to their human friends.

  • Dobermans are known for outsmarting their trainers and getting easily bored.

  • And, Dobermans are famous for ignoring their handlers if they do not want to do what they

  • are being asked.

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  • 5.

  • Dobermans are an a-list breed and are popular among the elite.

  • Celebrities that have called the Doberman Pinscher "friend" include John F. Kennedy,

  • Beatrice Arthur, Bela Lugosi, Victoria Principal, Nicolas Cage and James T. Kirk...

  • I mean William Shatner.

  • 4.

  • Speaking of stars, the Doberman is a Film Star.

  • In the 1972’s a film called, The Doberman Gang was made.

  • It’s a film aboutsix savage Dobes with a thirst for cold cash that leaves banks bone

  • dry.” two sequels were made of the film.

  • 3.

  • Doberman dogs have been a part of Drill Teams.

  • The Doberman Drill Team toured the United States for 30 years, performing at football

  • game half-time shows and visiting hospitals.

  • Started by Rosalie Alvarez, the drill team demonstrated the Dobermansagility, intelligence,

  • and obedience over a series of challenging obstacles.

  • The Doberman Pinscher Club of America gave Alvarez its Lifetime Achievement Award in

  • 2006.

  • 2.

  • Decades of breeding has made the Doberman gentler.

  • The first Dobermans were bred to be fierce and only the toughest dogs were selected to

  • carry on the breed.

  • Today, however, breeders are selecting a more loving group of dogs.

  • And, despite their larger size, Dobermans prefer living inside the home and want to

  • be involved in what the family is doing.

  • They need lots of exercise.

  • If they are not exercised, they are more likely to become irritable or even aggressive.

  • They can adjust well to apartment living if exercised daily.

  • 1.

  • Although Dobies have a softer personality today, all dogs are different and a lot of

  • their temperament is dependent on proper training.

  • These dogs can be great with families and children, but only when correctly trained

  • and socialized.

  • Not for novice owners, Dobermans must be treated with respect and never mishandled.

  • Well, there ya have it, ten fascinating facts about the Doberman Pinscher.

  • What an amazing dog.

  • We surely could have gone on and on about him, but for now, we're out of time.

  • So, before ya go, take a moment to like and subscribe for more fun fauna facts.

  • And as always, catch ya next time.

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