Doberman Pinschers are the intelligent aristocrats of the dog world. Sleek and noble in build, they make loyal companions and protectors. Super athletic, Doberman Pinschers are muscular, fast, and powerful. They have an elegant way of moving that has earned them a top spot in the world of dog royalty, but they are anything but stuffy. Doberman Pinschers have an alert but easy disposition that make them ideal family companions and guardians. Low maintenance, Doberman Pinschers have short and shiny coats that require minimal grooming—wash and go. Their fur can range from black, blue, red, or fawn, always with rust markings. Dobermans do, however, need a lot of exercise and activity to keep them happy. These energetic athletes enjoy long daily walks, open spaces to run around, and canine sports to keep their brain sharp and body happy. The Doberman Pinscher is best suited to a suburban or country home with room to roam and play. Doberman Pinschers are highly intelligent, learning easily and responding quickly. They are eager to please and love companionship, though they may come across as aloof—they’re just looking out for you. Doberman Pinschers are gentle, loving, and watchful. Did you know that they have a history as guard dogs? They have excelled at police and military K-9 duty, as therapy dogs and service dogs for the disabled, as searchers and rescuers, and in competitive dog sports.
Daily kibble serving
Doberman Pinschers require high quality protein to compliment their active lifestyles. Rather than leaving food out all day, keep your dog in good shape by measuring their food and feeding them twice a day. While treats can be an important aid in training, portion control is key. Monitor your Doberman’s health and shape to make sure you’re providing the right amount of food and exercise. Avoid foods with artificial sweeteners, flavours, or colouring—the higher the quality of the food, the more effective it will be in nourishing your Doberman and helping maintain their health.