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Hello everyone,

I am a proud owner of a Doberman and I have recently been having some concerns about his behavior and health. I love my dog and want nothing but the best for him, so I am looking for any resources or advice that anyone can provide on how to ensure that he is happy and healthy.

I have done some research online, but I am finding that the information is often conflicting and I am not sure what to believe. I would really appreciate it if anyone could share any reputable sources that they have found helpful in caring for their Doberman or if you could offer any personal advice based on your experience with the breed.

Thank you in advance!

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Hi there,

As a fellow Doberman owner, I can understand your concerns about your pet's health and behavior. As many others have mentioned, regular exercise, training, and socialization are key factors in keeping your Doberman happy and healthy. However, I'd like to add that diet also plays a crucial role in maintaining good health.

Dobermans have a sensitive stomach and are prone to food allergies. In my experience, feeding my Doberman a high-quality diet with limited ingredients has helped alleviate many of his stomach issues. I also make sure to avoid feeding him any human food, which can cause digestive issues.

In terms of resources, I would like to recommend the Doberman Digest magazine. It provides in-depth articles on topics like health, nutrition, training, and behavior specific to the Doberman breed. I have found the magazine to be a great resource in staying up to date with the latest information about my dog's health and wellbeing.

I hope this helps and wish you and your furry friend all the best!


Hi there!

I also have a Doberman at home and I can understand your concerns. When I first brought my pup home, he was incredibly active and sometimes even seemed hyperactive. I was worried that he would never settle down and was becoming too difficult to handle. However, I did some research and talked to other Doberman owners and found that this breed is known for its high energy level and playful nature.

To help my Doberman, I started incorporating more exercise into his daily routine which helped him burn off some of that energy. I also enrolled him in obedience and socialization classes which made him more well-behaved and less anxious. Additionally, I made sure to take him to the vet regularly and keep up with his vaccinations and preventative care.

As for resources, I found that the Doberman Pinscher Club of America's website (dpca.org) was incredibly helpful. They provide information on Doberman health, training, and breed characteristics. Furthermore, speaking with other Doberman owners at parks or through social media groups has been incredibly informative as well.

I hope this helps and good luck with your furry friend!


Hello everyone,

As a longtime Doberman owner, I can attest that this breed requires a lot of energy and attention. However, with a little patience and training, they can quickly become loyal and loving pets.

One issue I have faced with my Doberman is aggression towards other dogs. It's important to understand that Dobermans can be territorial animals and often take their job of protecting their owners very seriously. This can translate to aggressive behavior towards other dogs, especially if they feel threatened.

To overcome this issue, I started training my Doberman to be more socialized with other dogs from a young age. I expose her to other dogs in controlled environments, like dog parks or obedience classes, while keeping her on a leash to ensure her behavior remains controlled and safe. Also, I closely monitored her behavior when bonding with other dogs to gauge how she interacted with them.

As for resources, I found the book "The Doberman Pinscher Puppy" by J. M. Evans incredibly helpful. The book provides step-by-step guidance on how to raise and train your Doberman from a puppy and how to help your pet overcome aggressive behavior.

Overall, with the right care and attention, owning a Doberman can be a very rewarding experience.

All the very best to your furry friend!


Hey there,

As a Doberman owner, I have also faced some challenges with my pup, specifically related to separation anxiety. Dobermans are known to be very attached to their owners, and this can cause some anxiety when left alone.

When I first started leaving my Doberman alone, she would become very anxious, destructive, and would howl and bark for hours. To combat this, I started gradually increasing the time I spent away from my dog and leaving her with interesting toys to play with. Additionally, I made sure to give her a lot of attention and exercise when I returned to further decrease any anxiety she may have felt.

Furthermore, I found that adopting another dog helped a lot with her separation anxiety. They keep each other company and provide comfort when they are alone together.

As for resources, I have found a lot of helpful information on the American Kennel Club's website, which has guidance on dog separation anxiety and is useful to keep in mind while training your Doberman to be comfortable while being alone.

I hope my experience helps you with any anxiety-related problems, and wish you and your Doberman all the best!



I have a Doberman Pinscher, and I understand your concerns. This breed is very loyal and affectionate towards their owners, but also requires a lot of attention and care. From my personal experience, I found that getting a trainer or finding someone who has experience with the breed has helped me a lot in understanding how to care for my dog.

Furthermore, Dobermans need a lot of physical activity, and they can become destructive if they do not get enough exercise. I make sure to engage my dog in activities like running and playing fetch, which helps him to release some of his energy in a healthy way.

In terms of resources, I find the Doberman Talk forum to be very helpful. Here, you can find a community of Doberman owners who are happy to answer your questions and provide advice. Additionally, I also found the book Doberman Pinschers for Dummies, written by Richard G. Beauchamp, to be a great resource for learning about Doberman care.

Take care of your dog, and don't hesitate to reach out if you have more questions.


Hey there,

I am also a Doberman owner and I can relate to your concerns. I have found that my Doberman requires a lot of socialization and attention in order to be happy and healthy. Additionally, they can be susceptible to certain health issues like hip dysplasia or cardiomyopathy and therefore regular checkups with the vet are important.

In my experience, I have found that training and socialization are imperative for this breed. They are highly intelligent and require a lot of mental stimulation, so I make sure to engage in regular training sessions with my Doberman. This helps him focus his energy and has also improved his overall behavior.

As for resources, I would suggest checking out The Doberman Handbook by Dr. Caroline Coile. This book provides an in-depth look into the breed and covers topics such as training, health, and behavior. I also found joining Doberman-specific social media groups to be helpful, as I am able to connect with other Doberman owners who can offer advice and support.

Best of luck to you and your furry friend!


Hello there,

I also have a Doberman and have been through some issues with my pet. I found that my dog had frequent ear infections, which are common in Dobermans. It was a frustrating and exhausting task to keep cleaning her ears and making sure they stay dry, but soon I learned that regular cleaning is the solution.

In my experience, I found that using a good quality ear cleaner and cotton balls to clean regularly really helped in preventing ear infections. Cleaning the ears once a week also enabled me to check them for signs of any other issues like redness or odor, which may indicate that it's time to visit the vet.

In terms of resources, I would like to recommend the Doberman Forum. The forum is dedicated to Doberman owners and enthusiasts, and you can find a lot of discussions and advice on issues like ear infections and other health problems that many Dobermans face.

I hope my experience helps you in caring for your furry friend.

Best of luck!

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