Life Span: About 8 to 10 years
Selection of colors of the fur: black, red, blue, or fawn with rust color on the muzzle, chest, throat, legs, feet, and below the tail.
Coat: Shorthair, smooth, and sleek. Doberman Pinschers have very little shedding, but twice a year is a heavier hair loss.
Grooming: Doberman Pinschers need a bath every other week or as needed. They need their nails trimmed and their ears clean once a week.
Weight: Male: 80 to 95 pounds
Females: 65 to 76 pounds
Personality: Doberman Pinschers are a highly intelligent, alert, fearless, energetic, obedient, and loyal companion.
Activity Level: Doberman Pinschers have a high activity level, so they need a three times day long walk so they stay out of trouble.
Known Health Problems: bleeding disorders, hip dysplasia, wobbler's syndrome(a disorder that causes dogs to wobble)
Are Doberman Pinschers good with children? If they have been trained well and were socialized with children.
Are Doberman Pinschers good with other pets? If they are socialized as pups, and continue being socialized with other pets than they are usually good with other pets. But do not have two of the same sex Doberman Pinschers to be together. This may cause a dog fight.