Doberman pincher dog breed

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Dobermann pincher is one of the best aggresive guard dog breed. If you are looking for guard dog then dobermann is one of the best dog for your home. doberman 1st breed is found in 1850s

Doberman have 180 PSI Bite force ,running speed is 50km/h and 250 plus have muscular strength makes very powerful dog breed. doberman has also very energetic dog breed so his minimum 1km walking or needs more Exercise .

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Life span: 9 – 14 years

Common nicknames:  Doberman and Dobie

Origin: Germany 

Colors: Black, White, Fawn, Black & Rust, Red & Rust, Fawn & Rust, Blue & Rust, Blue, Red

Height: Male: 66–72 cm, Female: 61–68 cm

Weight: Male: 40–45 kg, Female: 32–35 kg

Fictional doberman – one famous movie THE DOBERMAN GANG – In this movie doberman dog to train to rob the bank .in this movie the robber are used 6 doberman to rob different bank.There are several fictional characters that are depicted as Doberman Pinschers, a breed of dog known for their intelligence, loyalty, and protective nature. Some examples of fictional Doberman Pinschers include:

  • The Doberman Pinscher in the movie “The Doberman Gang” (1972) which is a story of a group of Doberman Pinschers that are trained to rob banks.

  • The Doberman Pinscher named “Max” in the movie “The Secret of NIMH” (1982) is an animated feature film, Max is the protector and companion of the protagonist.

  • The Doberman Pinscher named “Goliath” in the movie “Gremlins” (1984) is a loyal companion of the main character and helps defend against the gremlins.

  • The Doberman Pinscher named “Ziggy” in the TV series “Full House” (1987–1995) is a pet of main characters.

  • The Doberman Pinscher named “Einstein” in the TV series “Back to the Future: The Animated Series” (1991–1992) is a companion of one of the main characters.

  • another example of a fictional Doberman is “Kato,” the pet dog of the title character in the “Green Hornet” radio and television series. Kato was a loyal and intelligent companion to the Green Hornet, and was often called upon to help him in his crime-fighting endeavors. Another example of a fictional Doberman is “Rin Tin Tin,” a famous movie and television dog who played a variety of heroic roles in Hollywood films and TV shows in the 1920s through 1950s. Rin Tin Tin was a Doberman Pinscher who became one of the first canine film stars and helped to popularize the breed.

These are just a few examples of fictional Doberman Pinschers that have appeared in popular media. The breed is often used as a symbol of strength, intelligence, and loyalty in movies, TV shows, and other forms of media.


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