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Name: lindalu
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Does any one have a Doberman? I do and he is a real clown he has developed these weird behaviors! where he will bow his head down between his front legs and scratch on the floor, the whole time he will make a weird vocal noise. He will also lay on his side moving all four legs as though he was swimming the side stroke again he will make a vocal noise. He is the funniest dog. If you seen him you would probably be a bit afraid because he looks intimadating, he is the perfect bread confermation. Once you get to know him he is a big goof!
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Name: willbe | Date: Sep 7th, 2006 1:03 AM
my freind had a doby growing up she was 13 when they had to put her down she could not get up when she would lay down they would have to helpher to bed and up. she was a great dog before that she was a rescue they got her from a bad owner that tied her outside and shot her once. when it was hunting season they had to tie her up when she went out or he would go after the hunters but that is understand able i think. 

Name: doo | Date: Sep 20th, 2006 11:50 PM
my doberman is going crazy biting me and he is only 5 moths old...what do i do...im only 14 

Name: lindalu | Date: Sep 21st, 2006 12:56 AM
Your doberman is young and still very playfull, but you can still teach him biting is unacceptable! When he tries biting grab him around the muzzel and hold it, at the same time tell him no! Dont squeeze his muzzel hard just enough to hold his mouth closed. You have to be concistant and firm speaking! Always use a toy when playing with him never use your hand. If you do he will think it is ok to play bite you, thats what you are trying to break him of! Be sure every one in the house hold does the same when he bites! Remember when he is a pup biting may only be play, when he gets older play biting can lead to aggresive biting. So try the muzzel holding with the comand NO! 

Name: joan | Date: Nov 4th, 2008 10:18 PM
it sounds like hes just scatching himself. one of my bitches does the same thing between the chair cushions 

Name: crash | Date: Jan 5th, 2009 3:44 AM
iam a 5 month old doby and i would like to know what a good dog food would be for me 

Name: LIsa | Date: Mar 20th, 2010 9:38 PM
My doberman is about 11 she is getting on .Drinks lots of water and covered in fat lumps. I have to watch what i feed her as she smells like rot eggs. Any thoughts anyone? 

Name: chong | Date: Nov 3rd, 2010 7:56 PM
I just got a 5 months old dobrmen and he is so far a good dog. I like to know that is the best food for him?
his cort is dul not shining what can I do??

Thanks in advance 

Name: abi | Date: Mar 17th, 2011 11:23 PM

Name: Elaine | Date: Sep 23rd, 2011 12:34 AM
I don't know really nothing about the breed. However I now own one since she was 8 weeks old. I"ve 6 Great Danes in the last 15 or so years and they are considered a Giant Breed! I will ALWAYS love DANES! However it is heart breaking to me because they don't live as long at all like other breeds. Dobermans are very sensative and extremly loyal and protective which I never knew when I got her as a pup. I hired atrainer to come out cause she at a young age was sooo protective almost dangerously to me. But I didn't do research about the breed before I bought her. I always liked Dobbies since a kid. I never knew they were stictley bredd to protect. They are bred to protect. I know now thwy have more health issuses than the Danes in the breed I wanted a dog I liked and felt safe with that would live longer than the Danes. I love her but she is a clown I thought I saw it all with the Danes but she is sooo loving and funny. From what I'm learning from her and my info about the breed they are sooo sincere and very sensative to how you react. I love her! 

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