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Do Doberman Pinschers only bond with one person?

Hey everyone! I'm considering adopting a Doberman Pinscher, but I've heard conflicting information about their ability to bond with multiple people in a household. I live with my partner, and we both work from home, so we'd be able to spend a lot of time with our new furry friend. However, we're wondering if a Doberman would bond with just one of us, or if they can form strong relationships with multiple people in a household. Can anyone who owns a Doberman share their experience with me? Thank you!

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grady83

Hello, everyone! I'm a proud owner of a Doberman Pinscher and my furry friend has definitely bonded with all the members in my family. He's been living with us for almost three years now and even though he primarily hangs out with me, he never hesitates to be around others as well. We make sure to involve everyone in his training and care, especially during the initial stage when we were trying to establish a good rapport with him. I feel like the notion that Dobermans can only bond with one person is quite antiquated and unfair. They are highly trainable and social dogs who enjoy being with people, not just one person. In my opinion, it all boils down to spending time with them, training them, and loving them equally. If you do that, they'll definitely love and bond with everyone in the house.

tiara14

Hey there! I have a three-year-old Doberman Pinscher and I can tell you that my dog definitely has a strong bond with both me and my partner. We've had him since he was a puppy and both my partner and I spent a lot of time training him, feeding him, and taking him for walks, so he's used to both of us being around. He loves to cuddle with us on the couch or in bed and he's always ready to play with whoever is available. I would say that Dobermans can definitely bond with multiple people in a household, especially if everyone is involved in their care and training. However, they may still have a special attachment to one person if that person is the one who spends the most time with them or does most of the training. Hope this helps!

gerlach.george

Hi everyone. I have a Doberman Pinscher, and I would say that my dog has developed a bond with all members of our household. Although he is quite attached to me (since I'm the primary caregiver and trainer), he's also very affectionate with other family members. Whenever someone comes home, he gets quite excited and greets them with wagging tail and licks. However, I did notice that he does seem to have a better bond with me, as he is more obedient and comfortable around me. I think this might be because I'm the one who takes care of him at most times, but on the whole, he is sociable and bonds easily with everyone. So, to answer the question, I don't think Dobermans bond with only one person but instead can bond with multiple people in the household, provided they receive attention, care, and love from all family members.

schoen.roberta

Hello everyone,

I am a relatively new Doberman Pinscher owner and just wanted to share my experiences with their bonding behavior. Personally, I have observed that they do form a strong attachment to one person in the family, but that does not mean they will be hostile towards others.

For example, my Doberman has shown a clear preference for me over my husband, but he still loves playing and spending time with my kids. He also gets very excited when anybody comes to visit and is always eager to meet new people. However, there is no denying that he gets a little extra clingy when I'm around.

Dobermans are intelligent dogs that thrive on attention and an opportunity to bond with their family members. That being said, they can become overprotective if they sense that one of their loved ones is in danger. This isn't necessarily a bad thing, since it means they will always be looking out for you.

At the end of the day, dogs are individuals, and their temperament and behavior will vary based on their own unique personalities. I think as long as you are committed to training and socializing your Doberman properly, they will make a great addition to any family.

marks.bo

Hi all, greetings from me! I have a two-year-old Doberman Pinscher who's been with me for almost a year now. I got her from a breeder who couldn't keep her anymore due to time constraints. Initially, she seemed to be very attached to me, but was quite friendly with everyone she met. But as we spent more time together, she grew very comfortable with my family members as well, especially my wife who's been helping me take care of her. Although Dobermans are known to be one-person dogs, I feel like they can bond with more than just one individual in a household as long as everyone is willing to train and spend time with them. Of course, their comfort level will be higher with the person training them but they are very friendly and affectionate with other people as well. I hope that answers your question.

deion69

Hello there! I have had two Doberman Pinschers and both dogs were definitely able to bond with multiple people in our household. While it's true that they can have a stronger bond with one particular person, they are generally affectionate and social dogs who enjoy human company. I would also like to add that Dobermans thrive on attention and care, so the more people there are caring for them, the more loved they feel. My dogs usually follow me around the house, but they also enjoy spending time with the other members of our family, especially when it's time to play or walk. Overall, I think it's safe to say that Dobermans are more than capable of forming strong relationships with multiple people and they can be a great addition to any loving household.

ashton.dickens

Hi there,

I have owned several Doberman Pinschers over the years, and I can tell you from personal experience that they are incredibly loyal and affectionate dogs. While they may have a special bond with one person, they typically love all members of their family equally.

One of my Dobermans, in particular, was especially attached to my husband. He would follow him around the house and wait at the door for him to come home from work. However, he also loved playing with my kids and would often curl up with me on the couch at night.

That being said, like any breed of dog, Dobermans can develop aggression if not socialized properly. It's important to introduce them to as many people and animals as possible from a young age to prevent any negative behaviors from developing.

Overall, I would say that Doberman Pinschers are loving and loyal dogs that can bond with multiple people. With proper training and socialization, they can make wonderful family pets.

haylee.dach

Hello,

As a longtime Doberman Pinscher owner, I can attest that their loyalty is a defining characteristic of the breed. However, I do believe that they can bond with multiple people if given the opportunity to do so.

My Doberman has formed a strong bond with me, but he is also quite attached to my husband and our children. He is always eager to greet us when we come home and loves to snuggle with us on the couch.

That being said, I have noticed that my Doberman is more protective of me than anyone else in the family. For example, he will bark at strangers who come too close to me or growl when he senses a potential threat. But I would not say that he is aggressive towards others in the family.

Overall, I think that Dobermans are loving and devoted dogs that can form deep connections with multiple people. However, they do have a strong protective instinct which can make them seem like they only have eyes for one person. With consistent training and socialization, I believe that Dobermans can make excellent family pets.

fahey.marta

Hello everybody! I have a Doberman Pinscher, and I think they are generally very social and affectionate dogs who can bond very well with multiple people in a household. My furry friend always wags his tail and greets everyone who walks in the house, not just me or my partner. While he does follow me around the house more often than not, he is always ready to play or cuddles with others. In my opinion, building a strong bond with Dobermans involves spending time with them and treating them well, kind of like any other dog. Consistent training, regular feedings, and plenty of playtime can help strengthen the bond with your furry friend, and you'll find that they will start to bond with everyone in the house. Dobermans are known to be loyal dogs who seek attention and love, and as long as you provide that, they will bond with whoever it is that is taking care of them.

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