The Doberman Poodle mix is a mixed breed dog developed from breeding between a Doberman Pinscher and a Standard Poodle. The hybrid pooch is sometimes referred to as the Doodleman Pinscher, or Doberdoodle. They are known for having the best physical and personality traits of their purebred parents.
A Doberman typically has 6 coat colors and 1 of those is the Fawn colored or Isabella Doberman. The fawn color is a result of color dilution alopecia, the works of a recessive gene. Apart from its appearance, Fawn Doberman are pretty much your traditional Doberman.
The European Doberman belongs to a family of dogs from the Doberman breed, just like the standard Doberman Pinscher, also called the American Doberman. What sets it apart is that this European Doberman is 10% larger, possessing more muscle mass, and has a higher level of aggression than its American counterpart. These variations, therefore, make the European Dobermans more useful than the American Dobermans in certain applications.
Also known as the Warlock Doberman, King Doberman is a mix between a Doberman Pinscher and Great Dane. Breeders specifically pick this breeding combination to obtain large-sized offspring of puppies. Size is the only thing that matters for King Dobermans, in spite of having unexpected charms and temperaments.
A Black Doberman is a variety of the popular Doberman canine breed with a genetic rarity that causes the production of excess melanin pigmentation. And the subsequent outcome of this excess melanin pigmentation is an all-black coat that is devoid of the standard Doberman rust markings.
Yes, there is a Chihuahua Doberman hybrid mix. This mix is the offspring from crossing a Chihuahua with a Doberman Pinscher. Despite putting up a rather aggressive front towards other animals and strangers, you may find this Chihuahua Doberman Mix clingy and vocal with its barking.
Ear cropping of Doberman Pinschers has been in practice for centuries, and the primary reason is to enhance the appearance of these dogs to look fierce. This practice describes the surgical procedure of cutting off the floppy ear parts of the Doberman to achieve the desired erect ears. Medical and functional reasons are also what many owners have given to justify this practice.