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Why are the Dobermans considered demon dogs?

Hey guys, I have always been fascinated by dogs and their unique characteristics. Recently, I came across a term 'demon dogs' which is mostly used for Dobermans. This term has really confused me because I have heard that Dobermans are loyal and intelligent dogs. However, some people have a negative perception of them, and they call them 'demon dogs'. I don't understand what makes them demon dogs and why they are considered as such. Can anyone enlighten me on this topic? I would really appreciate any insights or personal experiences you may have with Dobermans. Thanks!

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deon62

Hi everyone, my experience with Dobermans has been rather unique. I used to work at a dog shelter, and I would often come across Dobermans that were brought in due to their aggressive behaviors. However, after spending time with these dogs and working with them, I realized that their behavior was not because they were inherently aggressive or "demon dogs", but rather due to their lack of training and socialization. It is not uncommon for Dobermans to become aggressive if they are not trained or socialized properly, just like any other breed. What many people don't realize is that Dobermans are very sensitive dogs, and their behavior often reflects the environment they are in. With proper training and socialization, they make excellent family pets and are incredibly loyal to their owners. It's important to remember that a dog's behavior is a reflection of how they are treated and trained, and it is unfair to label a breed as "demon dogs" based on their behavior alone.

kristin52

Hi there, I have had the pleasure of growing up with a Doberman as a family pet, and it is truly one of the best decisions my family made. Our Doberman was the most loyal, protective, and intelligent dog I have ever had the honor of spending time with. He was always by our side, whether we were indoors or outdoors. He was our constant companion and would always alert us to any potential danger in the vicinity. Our Doberman was never aggressive towards us or any visitors to our home, and it was always a joy to watch him interact with children. He was always gentle and docile with them, and it was clear that he enjoyed their company. In my experience, the term "demon dogs" does not apply to Dobermans. They are incredibly intelligent and loving animals and make wonderful pets for anyone who is willing to put in the effort to train and care for them properly.

dante37

Hello, I have owned several Dobermans over the years, and I've never understood why some people label them as demon dogs. In my experience, they are gentle and loving creatures who are fiercely protective of their families. However, their protective nature can sometimes be misinterpreted as aggression, which is why it is necessary to socialize them properly from a young age. Dobermans are incredibly intelligent and require a lot of physical and mental stimulation to be happy and healthy. But if you're willing to put in the time and effort, they will be the most loyal companion you could ever ask for. Our Dobermans have always been great with children and have never shown any signs of aggression towards them or anyone else. In short, Dobermans are majestic, loyal creatures who deserve to be treated with respect and love, just like any other breed of dog.

bart.cormier

I used to be one of those people who believed that Dobermans were demon dogs. My neighbor owned a Doberman, and it used to bark and growl at me whenever I passed by their house. The dog used to scare me so much that I stopped going that way altogether. But, a few years ago, one of my friends got a Doberman, and I was amazed at how friendly and intelligent the dog was. I realized that it was unfair to generalize an entire breed of dog just based on one bad experience. I think it comes down to how the dog is raised and treated by their owner or handler, just like any other breed. With proper training and socialization, a Doberman can make a great pet and loyal companion.

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