my mom loves dobermans and she works at a vet and she told me that these not tiny or normals size doberman but like medium sized dobermans and the lady said there called german dobermans and their not mixed she said, i tried looking it up and couldnt find anything anyone herd of it?
Rather, german dobermans refers to Doberman Pinschers that are closely related to or offspring of Doberman Pinschers that are in the German Doberman Pinscher club, from German-bred dog lines. Germany doesn't have an all breed kennel club like the AKC or Canadian Kennel Club, instead each breed's registration and pedigrees is maintained by the individual German national breed club for that breed.
As I understand it, a lot of respectable American doberman breeders are using imported dobes from German lines in their breeding programs.
Never trust a tall dwarf... he's lying about something.
yah my moms friend got one from germany but it was a regular sized one. i was thinking it was made up. im not interested in one i just couldnt imagine a medium sized dobe i wanted to see a picture. its a real breed tho? im going to try to look that up thanks
Sounds to me as well she was meaning the German Pinscher. Since she described it as not a tiny dog, but not larger like the Doberman...seems to me German Pinscher is what it was.
Though many times people do tend to call their dogs using the country of origin in front even though it isnt the common name for the breed ....examples: Mexican Chihuahua, Chinese Pug, German Rottweiler, etc.
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I am a little confused. I thought that a doberman wasnt even in a min pin. I thought it was 2 little dogs and they look like a little doberman when breed togegther. Is there actually any doberman in a min pin?
I'm guessing also that she is referring to a German pinscher.
Immunique: The German pinscher was used to produce both the miniature pinscher (much older breed) and the Dobermann pinscher. Dobermanns are NOT in the breed history of the min pins. As usual, there is some disagreement, but most believe the min pin breed was produced by crosses including the German pinscher, Italian greyhounds, and doxies. Dobies include the German pinscher, rotties, possibly greyhounds, etc.