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Bree the Doberman Pinscher

Bree (ID 411232)

Bree is a female black & rust Doberman Pinscher puppy.

She was born on March 29, 2015, so she's 8 weeks old now.

“Look at me! I am probably the cutest, little puppy you ever did see. Everyone that sees me always tells me how beautiful I am, and they can’t... [read more]

$1,950.00

Demi the Doberman Pinscher

Demi (ID 411234)

Demi is a female black & rust Doberman Pinscher puppy.

She was born on March 29, 2015, so she's 8 weeks old now.

“Are you looking for the best puppy ever? Well, you found me! My name is Demi and I am the best! How do I know? Well, just look at me. Aren’t... [read more]

$1,950.00

Hallie the Doberman Pinscher

Hallie (ID 411238)

Hallie is a female black & rust Doberman Pinscher puppy.

She was born on March 29, 2015, so she's 8 weeks old now.

“Hi! I’m Hallie. I’m currently searching for a good, loving home. I hope to find a family that loves to play and loves to receive puppy... [read more]

$1,950.00

Jet the Doberman Pinscher

Jet (ID 411248)

Jet is a male black & rust Doberman Pinscher puppy.

He was born on March 29, 2015, so he's 8 weeks old now.

"Hi, I'm Jet! I have a super personality and get along great with everybody. I am so anxious to meet my new forever family. Could that be with... [read more]

$1,950.00

Jake the Doberman Pinscher

Jake (ID 407184)

Jake is a male black & rust Doberman Pinscher puppy.

He was born on March 25, 2015, so he's 9 weeks old now.

Jack is a big boy and full of sweetness. He has a loving personality and loves playing with his brothers and sisters. He likes to be held and... [read more]

$2,150.00

Sergio the Doberman Pinscher

Sergio (ID 412672)

Sergio is a male black & tan Doberman Pinscher puppy.

He was born on April 16, 2015, so he's 6 weeks old now.

Adorable little Sergio is looking for that special forever home. He has been raised in a bustling, loving environment. He loves to run with his... [read more]

$2,250.00

Pepper the Doberman Pinscher

Pepper (ID 411525)

Pepper is a female black & tan Doberman Pinscher puppy.

She was born on April 21, 2015, so she's 5 weeks old now.

"Hello, I'm Pepper, and I want to come and live with you fur-ever! I am the cutest little black and tan Doberman that you have ever seen. I love... [read more]

$2,350.00

Cinnamon the Doberman Pinscher

Cinnamon (ID 411821)

Cinnamon is a female red & rust Doberman Pinscher puppy.

She was born on April 21, 2015, so she's 5 weeks old now.

"My name is Cinnamon! I love to go for walks and run. I'm a very loving and energetic puppy and I'm looking for a family where I would fit in! If... [read more]

$2,350.00

Cayenne the Doberman Pinscher

Cayenne (ID 411523)

Cayenne is a female red & tan Doberman Pinscher puppy.

She was born on April 21, 2015, so she's 5 weeks old now.

"Hello, I'm Cayenne, and I want to spice up your life. I am a female red and tan Doberman, and I come from loving and well trained parents. I am... [read more]

$2,450.00

Anise the Doberman Pinscher

Anise (ID 411736)

Anise is a female black & tan Doberman Pinscher puppy.

She was born on April 21, 2015, so she's 5 weeks old now.

Meet Anise! Anise has a wonderful personality and a beautiful black coat. Anise will make a great companion and be very loyal to her family. Anise... [read more]

$2,450.00

Sadie the Doberman Pinscher

Sadie (ID 412492)

Sadie is a female blue & tan Doberman Pinscher puppy.

She was born on May 5, 2015, so she's 3 weeks old now.

Sadie is a bright, little lady. She's active and full of energy. She never says no to playtime and is always trying to catch your attention with... [read more]

$2,450.00

Max the Doberman Pinscher

Max (ID 412496)

Max is a male blue & tan Doberman Pinscher puppy.

He was born on May 5, 2015, so he's 3 weeks old now.

Dreaming of the perfect puppy? Then meet Max. He’s sure to make all your dreams come true! Max is a sweet and playful boy that can’t wait to... [read more]

$2,450.00

Paprika the Doberman Pinscher

Paprika (ID 411872)

Paprika is a female red & rust Doberman Pinscher puppy.

She was born on April 21, 2015, so she's 5 weeks old now.

“Are you looking for the best little Doberman ever? Here I am! My name is Paprika and I am the best! Look at me, aren’t I adorable? Also, I... [read more]

$2,495.00

Coco the Doberman Pinscher

Coco (ID 411868)

Coco is a male black & rust Doberman Pinscher puppy.

He was born on April 21, 2015, so he's 5 weeks old now.

"Hello there! My name is Coco and I want to be your best friend fur ever! I can‘t wait to be part of your family and go on adventures with you.... [read more]

$2,595.00

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Zoie the Doberman Pinscher

Zoie (ID 408918)

Zoie is a female black & rust Doberman Pinscher puppy.

She was born on March 30, 2015, so she's 8 weeks old now.

Here comes Zoie! Zoie is so full of love and has such a big heart just to make you happy. She loves to be a couch pup as she watches TV with you.... [read more]

$2,975.00

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Suzie the Doberman Pinscher

Suzie (ID 408922)

Suzie is a female black & rust Doberman Pinscher puppy.

She was born on March 30, 2015, so she's 8 weeks old now.

Check out little Suzie! She is a cutie! Suzie would love to be your best friend and cuddle bug. Suzie loves walks and treats and is working on... [read more]

$2,975.00

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Zip the Doberman Pinscher

Zip (ID 408923)

Zip is a male black & rust Doberman Pinscher puppy.

He was born on March 30, 2015, so he's 8 weeks old now.

Meet Zip. He is a spunky and fun-loving little boy. Zip has been around cats and other dogs. He is working on his potty routine with his mommy.... [read more]

$2,975.00

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Christopher the Doberman Pinscher

Christopher (ID 411411)

Christopher is a male red & rust Doberman Pinscher puppy.

He was born on April 24, 2015, so he's 5 weeks old now.

Christopher comes from an excellent European pedigree background. His grandsire is a world champion from Hungary. His mom has a Good Canine... [read more]

$3,025.00

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Coby the Doberman Pinscher

Coby (ID 411415)

Coby is a male red & rust Doberman Pinscher puppy.

He was born on April 24, 2015, so he's 5 weeks old now.

Coby comes from an excellent European pedigree. He is nearly all championship in his pedigree. His grandsire is a world champion. Coby will be a... [read more]

$3,025.00

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Maverick the Doberman Pinscher

Maverick (ID 412156)

Maverick is a male red & rust Doberman Pinscher puppy.

He was born on February 14, 2015, so he's 14 weeks old now.

Maverick is an awesome, 100% European Doberman puppy with a champion bloodline. He is up to date on vaccinations and is ready to be your companion... [read more]

$3,025.00

Eden (Found Her Forever Home!) the Doberman Pinscher

Unavailable - Found a new home!Eden (Found Her Forever Home!) (ID 411236)

Eden is a female black & rust Doberman Pinscher puppy.

She was born on March 29, 2015, so she's 8 weeks old now.

"My name is Eden! I have a great personality and love everybody. I will just fill your life with love and kisses. Imagine all the cool things we... [read more]

"Oregon, here I come!"

Apollo (Patricia's New Little Baby Boy) the Doberman Pinscher

Unavailable - Found a new home!Apollo (Patricia's New Little Baby Boy) (ID 411242)

Apollo is a male black & rust Doberman Pinscher puppy.

He was born on March 29, 2015, so he's 8 weeks old now.

"Hello there! My name is Apollo and I want to be your best friend. I can‘t wait to join your family and go on adventures with you. I love to... [read more]

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Falcon the Doberman Pinscher

Unavailable - Found a new homeFalcon (ID 407185)

Falcon is a male black & rust Doberman Pinscher puppy.

He was born on March 25, 2015, so he's 9 weeks old now.

Falcon will fly right into your heart with his sweet personality. He is fun loving and very playful. He will come to your house with his... [read more]

$2,150.00

Basil the Doberman Pinscher

Unavailable - Found a new homeBasil (ID 411524)

Basil is a male black & tan Doberman Pinscher puppy.

He was born on April 21, 2015, so he's 5 weeks old now.

"Hello, I am sweet Basil, and I am the cutest little black and tan Doberman you have ever seen. I would love to go home with you fur-ever. I... [read more]

$2,350.00

Fiesty (Found My New Forever Home! :) the Doberman Pinscher

Unavailable - Found a new home!Fiesty (Found My New Forever Home! :) (ID 411430)

Fiesty is a female black & tan Doberman Pinscher puppy.

She was born on March 8, 2015, so she's 11 weeks old now.

Fiesty is such a great Doberman puppy. She is a must have! Fiesty has a beautiful and unique look; doesn’t she? She also has an amazing... [read more]

Going to Washington!

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Zorro (Ammo Aka Anna's Baby !) the Doberman Pinscher

Unavailable - Found a new home!Zorro (Ammo Aka Anna's Baby !) (ID 408920)

Zorro is a male black & rust Doberman Pinscher puppy.

He was born on March 30, 2015, so he's 8 weeks old now.

Meet Zorro! He is a beautiful boy and the largest in his family. Zorro will win your heart just looking into those big brown eyes of his. He would... [read more]

"I can't wait to see Massachusetts!"

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Calvin (Preashea's New Baby) the Doberman Pinscher

Unavailable - Found a new home!Calvin (Preashea's New Baby) (ID 411413)

Calvin is a male red & rust Doberman Pinscher puppy.

He was born on April 24, 2015, so he's 5 weeks old now.

Calvin comes from an excellent European pedigree background full of championship titles. His grandsire is a world champion and his daddy is a big... [read more]

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Reputable Doberman Pinscher Breeders

Our Doberman Pinscher breeders strive to breed championship-line puppies who will enrich the lives of their new families. We work with Doberman Pinscher breeders whose goal is to breed healthy Doberman Pinscher and to better the breed. The listed puppies are carefully selected by our Doberman Pinscher breeders; they breed to produce Doberman Pinscher puppies with exceptional conformation and disposition - family pets for loving homes.

Welcome

Thank you for considering our network of Doberman Pinscher breeders and the purebred Doberman Pinscher puppies they offer. The Doberman Pinscher is a popular pet due to his natural inclination to be a guardian dog watching over his human “family”. The breed is also distinguished by an aristocratic bearing and a compact athletic body with a sleek, dark-colored coat. If you are interested in adopting a Doberman Pinscher, feel free to use our site to look for a puppy that suits your family.


Find Doberman Pinscher Puppies for Sale

Buying purebred Doberman Pinscher Puppies for Sale can be challenging, particularly finding breeders that you can trust. We have made it our mission to make it easier for people to find Doberman Pinscher Puppies who will complete their families by connecting them with the best Doberman Pinscher breeders. In addition, before you choose a Doberman Pinscher for Sale we invite you to look through our site to learn some useful information about the breed so that you can make an informed choice as to whether or not it is the best choice for your family.


Breed Summary

Before you decide to take a Doberman Pinscher into your home you need to familiarize yourself with Doberman Pinscher characteristics as well as other important information about the breed. The Doberman Pinscher is famed for being a military and police dog but he can also adjust well to being a family pet. He is known for being protective with family members and is fearless in defending them. But despite having a fierce reputation, he is generally a gentle and affectionate dog.

However, the Doberman Pinscher may not be the right dog for all families due to his large size and high energy level. You will need to provide an outlet for his physical energy as well as providing him with mental stimulation to prevent boredom. Please look through our Facts & Information pages to learn more important Doberman Pinscher dog breed info.


Perfect Matched Breed

If you have made the decision to take a Doberman Pinscher puppy into your home, we can make the Doberman Pinscher adoption process easier. We work with the best Doberman Pinscher breeders to ensure that you have a choice of the best purebred puppies. Our whole adoption process is crafted to ensure that we place perfectly matched Doberman Pinscher puppies with a family that will be devoted to them. If you would like to learn more about our process, we welcome you to read all about how we conduct our happy puppy placement.


Facts - Overview

The Doberman Pinscher is currently ranked the fourteenth most popular breed in the US by the American Kennel Club, and his high showing in these ratings should not be surprising. While the Doberman Pinscher’s size and alert bearing may initially make him seem to be intimidating, once you take him into your family, you will find that behind his seemingly fearsome appearance is a gentle and affectionate nature, particularly when it comes to his human family. Please feel free to read on so that you can learn more important information about the Doberman Pinscher dog breed.

The Doberman Pinscher is one of the larger dog breeds, weighing an average sixty to eighty pounds, as befits a dog that was originally bred to be a protector. His function reflects his physical frame, which is sleek and athletic. The breed also has a number of distinguishing physical characteristics, including a docked tail and cropped ears which are actually not natural features but something that is done by the breeder.

As befits a guardian dog, the Doberman Pinscher is mentally and physically alert, and has a lot of energy. Thus, he will need a lot of exercise as well as mental stimulation to prevent him from being bored. But if you meet these requirements and with the right early socialization, he will easily adjust to being a member of your household. Socialization is vital to prevent the Doberman Pinscher from taking on the alpha-dog role, which might make training more difficult. It is also important that he not be left alone at home for long periods of time and he is at his best when you and your family include him as part of your daily activities.

If you socialize him properly, however, the Doberman Pinscher will prove to be an excellent addition to your family, one who will not only watch over you but be devoted to the younger members of his “pack”. If you would like to take a more in-depth look at Doberman Pinscher breed info, please feel free to look over the other sections of our Facts & Information Page where we provide more information on the breed’s personality, health, grooming, care and history.


Facts - Personality

Since the Doberman Pinscher was bred to be a working dog, it should not be surprising that the Doberman Pinscher personality is highly intelligent and mentally alert. As long as you establish your alpha status early, training your new puppy should be easy. However, to make your training more effective, you need to keep your puppy mentally engaged. Since you will find that the breed learns quickly, you will have to work hard to keep lessons fresh and challenging to him.

There are a wide range of factors that can affect the Doberman Pinscher temperament including early training and socialization as well as heredity. Unless your puppy is exposed early to new people, places and experiences, he may not grow up to be a well-adjusted dog. The Doberman Pinscher also has an extended puppyhood, as he retains his puppyish temperament until he is three to four years of age.

If you want to get an idea of what your puppy’s temperament will be like, ask to meet at least one of the parents and if possible, some of the littermates. If they have nice temperaments, the chances will be high that your puppy will as well. When choosing a puppy, look for one that is willing to approach new people and be touched and held by them, as well as being playful and curious. In addition, look for a puppy that has a middle-of-the-road personality who is not too aggressive or too timid and passive.

You can help your puppy grow up to be well-adjusted by providing early socialization. Even simple things like taking him to the park regularly and inviting him to meet your neighbors can greatly help him become socialized. If you cannot spare the time, you can look for kindergarten puppy classes to enroll him in.


Facts - Care

Doberman Pinscher care can be demanding because of the high energy levels of the breed. Thus, the Doberman Pinscher is not appropriate for smaller living spaces such as apartments and should ideally live in country homes or a suburban setting where there is a lot of room for him to run around. There should be a securely fenced-in area for him to romp around and where strange people and animals cannot accidentally walk in.

An essential part of Doberman Pinscher puppy care is to ensure that he is socialized from a young age. A socialized dog will not be too timid or too aggressive, and will grow up to have a well-rounded temperament. In addition, your Doberman Pinscher should not be left alone for extended periods or isolated from his human family. You should ensure that your puppy is a part of your regular routine and other family activities. To avoid unnecessary complications, you should get your puppy accustomed to being on a leash from an early age. He should be leashed whenever you are in public since many people are nervous about Dobermans.

Doberman Pinscher training can also be made easier if you socialize your puppy early. Dobermans are responsive to training as long as you establish your alpha status as pack leader. The breed is known for its intelligence and so you will have to make training constantly interesting to keep your puppy mentally engaged. 


Facts - Grooming

The Doberman Pinscher grooming requirements are minimal since he has a short-haired coat. The Doberman’s coat colors may be black, blue, fawn and red, with rust-colored markings on several areas around the body like the feet and legs as well as the muzzle, chest and throat in addition to markings on top of both eyes.

How to groom Doberman Pinscher? You simply have to brush his coat once a week with a rubber curry or grooming mitt. Since he has minimal bad odor, you only have to bathe him periodically, or when he gets dirty. You can use these grooming sessions as a way to bond with your dog.

You will have to trim his nails when they get too long. Although active dogs will naturally wear down their nails, if you can hear them clicking while your dog is walking, a trim is needed. Ask your groomer to instruct you in how to do this to prevent injury, since toenails can bleed if you cut them too short as they contain blood vessels. Or you can pay the groomer to do this job for you if you feel unable to do it.

Two areas that you will also have to take care of are your Doberman’s ears and teeth. Brushing his teeth at least two to three times a week can help prevent tartar buildup. Wiping your dog’s ears with a cotton ball moistened in pH-balanced, gentle ear cleaner can help prevent infection. Make sure that you only clean the outer ear; never insert anything into his ear canal. While you’re doing this grooming routine, look out for signs of infection such as rashes and sores as well as other symptoms like tenderness, redness and inflammation.

It is important that you start grooming your Doberman early so he becomes accustomed to it. In particular, get your puppy used to having his paws handled, since this is an area of their body that they feel sensitive about. Making grooming a positive experience not only makes checking him out for possible health problems, it also makes it easier for the vet when you take him in for his regular visits. 


Facts - Health

There are a number of Doberman Pinscher health conditions that the breed is prone to. You can avoid most of these health problems by getting your puppy from a reputable breeder who will provide you with health clearances that show that his parents have been cleared of particular conditions. These conditions include hip dysplasia, von Willebrand’s disease and progressive retinal atrophy. Ask to see health clearances from the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals as well as the Canine Eye Registry Foundation.

To ensure good Doberman Pinscher nutrition, make sure you provide high-quality dog food that is formulated especially to meet the nutritional requirements of puppies. In addition, you should also buy food that is especially made for larger breeds that allow the bigger puppy to develop gradually so that his bones and joints grow strong. Follow the recommendations on the label as to how much you should feed your puppy daily or you can consult with your vet. Make sure that you don’t overfeed your dog in order to avoid his becoming overweight or obese which can cause health problems.

Depending on what is convenient for you, you can divide the amount you give your eight to twelve week old puppy into three to four meals spaced out throughout the day. However, by the time the puppy reaches six months, you should feed him only twice a day as well as slowly reducing the amount of food you give him. 


Facts - History

The Doberman Pinscher history began with the man who would give the breed its name – a tax collector named Louie Dobermann. In the late nineteenth century, Mr. Dobermann usually took a dog along with him for protection as he made his rounds collecting taxes. Since he was also the local dogcatcher, he began breeding dogs to create a breed that would be a loyal protector and guardian. The result of his work was the ancestor of the Doberman Pinscher breed.

Other people continued Mr. Dobermann’s work with the intention of creating a breed that would be a “super dog”; unfortunately, the breed they created was too aggressive and stubborn. Breeder Otto Goeller eventually shaped the modern Doberman Pinscher and the German Kennel Club recognized the breed in 1900.

The history of Doberman Pinscher in the US began in 1908 when the first Dobermans were brought to America; the same year the breed was formally recognized by the American Kennel Club. The quickly-growing popularity of the breed led to the formation of the Doberman Pinscher Club of America in 1921, and the official breed standard was adopted the following year. The breed’s popularity in America is believed to be instrumental in the breed’s survival as Dobermans became scarce in Europe during the two world wars as few people could afford to keep big dogs and the breed was owned mainly by the wealthy as well as by police and military forces. 


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