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Are white Doberman pincher rare?

Hello everyone,

I've been doing some research on Doberman Pinchers and I stumbled upon the white Doberman Pincher. I've never heard of or seen one before and I am curious if they are rare. I am considering getting a Doberman Pincher as a family pet and I want to know more about this specific color variation. Are white Doberman Pinchers more expensive than other colors? Are they prone to any health issues? Any information you can provide would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance!

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Hello everyone,

I've owned a white Doberman Pincher named Max for the past three years, and I would say that they are definitely a rare color variation. Max is one of the friendliest dogs I've owned and we get compliments on his unique appearance all the time.

In terms of cost, Max was a little bit more expensive than other color variations, but that was mainly because we bought him from a reputable breeder who specializes in white Dobermans. As for health issues, Max hasn't had any major problems, but we have noticed that he is more sensitive to the sun, and he does require sunscreen when we take him out for walks in the summer.

One thing to keep in mind if you're considering a white Doberman is that they can be prone to deafness and vision problems. Max seems to have good hearing and vision, but we were prepared to deal with any issues that might arise, and we made sure to have regular check-ups with our vet.

Overall, I highly recommend white Doberman Pinchers for anyone who wants a unique and friendly dog. Just be prepared to spend a little bit more money and take some extra precautions to keep them healthy and happy.


Hello everyone,

I have owned several Doberman Pinchers throughout the years, including a white Doberman named Aspen. In my experience, white Dobermans are indeed rare, and they can be more expensive than other colors. However, in my case, I was lucky enough to get Aspen from a friend who breeds Dobermans, so I didn't have to pay extra.

As for health issues, Aspen did experience some vision problems later on in life, but that can be common in Dobermans overall. We did notice that she was more sensitive to sunlight and required sunscreen and protective clothing when outdoors for extended periods of time. Other than that, she was a healthy and happy dog.

One thing I would like to mention is that white Dobermans can sometimes be seen as inferior to other colors. This is not true, but unfortunately, some people still believe in the outdated idea that white Dobermans are less desirable. As owners, it's important to stand up for our dogs and educate others on the unique qualities that each individual dog possesses, regardless of color.

Overall, I would highly recommend white Doberman Pinchers as pets. They are beautiful dogs with unique personalities and make wonderful additions to any family. Just be prepared to provide extra care and attention, and don't let any misconceptions about their color deter you from giving them a loving home.


Hello there,

I have a white Doberman Pincher named Luna and from my experience, yes, they are quite rare. When we were looking for a Doberman as a family pet a few years ago, we visited several breeders and none of them had white Dobermans available. Eventually, we found a breeder who had a litter of white Doberman puppies and we were lucky enough to get Luna.

In terms of cost, I can't say for sure if they are more expensive than other colors as we only looked at a few breeders who didn't have any white Dobermans at the time. However, from what I've read, white Dobermans can be more expensive due to their rarity.

As for health issues, I haven't noticed any specific issues with Luna. However, I do know that white Dobermans can have a higher risk of sunburn due to their lack of pigmentation in their skin, so it's important to keep them protected from the sun.

Overall, I think white Dobermans are a beautiful color variation and make great family pets. Just keep in mind that they may be harder to find and may require extra care when it comes to sun protection.



I'm a Doberman owner and I've come across a few white Dobermans. They are indeed a rare color variation when compared to the traditional black and tan Doberman. In my experience, white Dobermans may be slightly more expensive than other color variations, but it depends on the breeder.

In terms of health issues, I have heard that white Dobermans may be more prone to skin issues and allergies but I can't specifically speak to that since I haven't owned a white Doberman myself.

One thing to consider when getting a white Doberman is that their lack of pigmentation can result in hearing and vision impairments. It's important to test your white Doberman's vision and hearing early on to catch any issues and provide proper care.

Overall, if you are considering a white Doberman Pincher, be prepared for their rarity and potential health concerns. They can make excellent family pets, but just like any other Doberman, they require proper care and attention to keep them healthy and happy.



I have owned two Doberman Pinchers, but neither of them were white. However, I did have a friend who owned a white Doberman named Bella, and she was definitely a unique dog. From my understanding, white Dobermans are indeed rare, and some breeders will actually cull white puppies because they are not recognized by the breed standard.

In terms of temperament, Bella was a sweet dog who loved attention and had a lot of energy. She was very vocal and would "talk" to her owners, which I found quite endearing. Bella did have more sensitive skin than other Dobermans I have encountered, so her owner had to be very careful about sun exposure and making sure she didn't get too hot in the summer.

One thing that was a challenge for Bella's owner was finding a good vet who was knowledgeable about white Dobermans. Because they are a rare color variation, some vets may not be familiar with their unique health concerns.

Overall, I believe that white Dobermans can make great pets, but it's important for potential owners to do their research and be prepared for any extra care that may be necessary. They are definitely a rare and unique breed, but with the right care and attention, they can make wonderful additions to any family.


Hey there,

I have never personally owned a white Doberman Pincher, but a good friend of mine has one named Zeus. According to my friend, white Dobermans can be quite rare and are typically more expensive than other colors. However, it's important to note that white Dobermans are not recognized by the official Doberman breed standard, which means they cannot compete in dog shows.

In terms of health issues, my friend has not noticed any major concerns with Zeus. However, as mentioned by other users, some white Dobermans may be more sensitive to sunlight and require extra care and precautions to avoid sunburn or skin conditions.

One thing my friend has noticed about Zeus is that he seems to be more vocal than other Dobermans he has owned in the past. While this may just be a coincidence or a trait specific to Zeus, it's worth noting that some owners have reported their white Dobermans to be more talkative than other colors.

Overall, my friend is extremely happy with Zeus as a pet and loves his unique appearance. If you're considering a white Doberman Pincher, I would recommend doing your research on breeders and being prepared to provide any extra care necessary for their specific needs.

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