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Dobermann overview

The Dobermann was recognized in 1947 and credited to Louis Dobermann, a German tax inspector, in 1880. Derived from German Pinscher and includes Rottweiler, Greyhound and Weimaraner bloodlines.

The Dobermann requires careful training, loyal to family and good guarding breed. Suitable to the urban environment and hotter climates, but is not always good with other dogs.

Other known names for Dobermann

Doberman, Dobie, Dobynm, Doberman Pinscher



Breed Group

Working Group

Biological data

Male: 30-40 kg.
66-88 lb.
Female: 30-40 kg.
66-88 lb.
Male: 69 cm (withers).
26-28 inches.
Female: 65 cm (withers).
24-26 inches.
Colours, markings and patterns
Definite black, brown, blue or fawn (Isabella) only, with rust red markings.
Markings to be sharply defined, appearing above each eye, on muzzle, throat, and fore chest, on all legs and feet and below tail.
White markings of any kind highly undesirable.

Dobermann links we are happy to endorse

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Dobermann – Breed standard

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Dobermann references and further reading

Dobermann Verein 


Doberman Pinscher Club of America

Dobermann Wellfare
Dobermann Rehome
Fond of Dobermanns

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Featured image

AP-0NA5LA - two Dobermann dogs
Photo © Animal Photography, Alice van Kempen

Dobermanns in studio

AP-0HYJGJ - Dobermann on red background
Photo © Animal Photography, Julie Poole