15 Responses to Doberman Shepherd

  1. Joe Scott says:

    My pup is a 2.5 years old female, loves girls, tolerant of guys (despite me being a guy), very watchful, super trainable, great personality, loving, velcro-ish, super chill, about a 14 hour bladder, prefers to eat with me (will wait all day with a full food dish), is just now getting over some environmental allergies with shot regimen, walks off-leash (must be careful around squirrels). Just an amazing dog. Just had an episode with a loose pitbull who tried to charge a friend at the park. Kensy went from being a lazy dog hanging around my feet to a ferocious whirlwind of teeth, snarling, barking and air chomping, putting herself between the pit and us, herding the dog back away from our group, but never actually attacking the dog. As oon. as I called her off, she immediately stopped her actions and came back, grumbling to herself and distinctly proud of herself. Lol. Great girl. Would love breeding this dog…need to find a female doby and male shepherd to get this amazing breed available to all my friends who now want one. 🙂

  2. Jonathan Barber says:

    Where can I buy a Shepherd Doberman mix puppy?

  3. Ania says:

    I have a three year old female and am looking for a male for one breeding only I live in wisconsin

  4. Tanya says:

    My boyfriend and i had a stray dog follow us home(actually we were concerned about him being hit by a car so we coaxed him to follow us).We have been trying for about a week to locate his owners but i believe someone abandoned him. I would live to keep and got curious about his breed. I believe he is a doberman shepherd…very well mannered and lovable. Thanks for the information posted here, it definitely helped me.

  5. Kevin says:

    We have a mix pup and he is a total couch potato or playful pup. Totally docile, loving and curious. Training is fairly easy but he is strong willed and loves to go after the shoes.

    This mix is awesome and smart. I believe a Doberman Shepherd id one of tje better choices for people willing to work with and love their dog actively. There is no passive with ours and there is no alone either.

  6. Chuck MacDonald says:

    I have had Max, my Shepherd/Dobie mix for 12 years. He is by far, the best dog I have ever had. As a puppy, he was so easy to train! He is off leash trained and just wants toake me happy, and he does! I pay him back with lots of love and hiking!

    • C says:

      So random! I’m here bc I was researching my childhood dog (I’m in my 30’s). He was a Doberman Shepard, very intelligent, sweet and loving to the family but otherwise protective (my parents didn’t socialize him, given the right upbringing I don’t think he would’ve been aggressive).
      Anyway, my first pet. Why am I commenting? His name was also Max!!! His full name was “Maximus Supa” lol
      Just very random and I thought I’d share 🙂

  7. Natalie says:

    This is what my girl is. She’s so majestic and beautiful, with huge erect ears bigger than her head. She’s very wild & headstrong and a lot of training, though. Make sure you know what you’re getting yourself into.

    • Jordyn says:

      I just adopted a baby who we think is a Doberman Shepherd, after seeing this video, I’m pretty positive that’s what he is. However, he’s 6 months old and only 33 pounds. He was hit by a car and has had a difficult time gaining weight. He has a giant appetite but can’t seem to keep anything inside (lots of pooping) but He’s getting much much better. Anyone know how big this breed typically gets? Without any weight gain the first few weeks I’d had him, I have no clue how big he may get.

  8. Mack Keefer says:

    I’m looking for a puppy of this breed near west Virginia I had one before I miss him

  9. Stephanie says:

    Can someone tell me where I can buy one? Anyone in the New England area

    • Terra says:

      If your idea of researching a good breeder is making a random post on a general dog breed website, then you are far from capable of the time, dedication, and energy that owning a mix of two high energy, high intelligence, high drive breeds entails.

      • George says:

        If your idea of making a helpful response that may have a useful effect on the person you’re addressing is to insult them, then you are far from having the ability to make a meaningful contribution in a way that could hep either a potential dog owner, or dogs.

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