Definitions for doberman pinscherˈdoʊ bər mən ˈpɪn ʃər
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Do•ber•man pin•scherˈdoʊ bər mən ˈpɪn ʃər(n.)
one of a German breed of large, slender, muscular dogs having a short, usu. black or brown coat with rust markings. Also called Do′ber•man.
Category: Dogs, Cats, and Horses
Origin of Doberman pinscher:
1915–20; after Ludwig Dobermann, 19th-cent. German, original breeder; pinscher terrier, a pseudo-G coinage
Doberman, Doberman pinscher(noun)
medium large breed of dog of German origin with a glossy black and tan coat; used as a watchdog
A large, domestic breed of dog originally bred as a watchdog, kept mainly as pets in modern times.
Origin: Named for Karl Friedrich Louis Dobermann, German breeder and tax collector.
The Doberman Pinscher is a muscular and very powerful dog. Its hard, short-haired, close-fitting coat comes in black, black and tan, blue-gray, red, fawn and white. The hair is short, thick and tight to its body. The ears are usually cropped and then taped for a couple of months to make them stand up. If left natural the ears develop somewhat like a hound. Height: 24-28 inches (61-71 cm.) Weight: 66-88 pounds (30-40 kg.)dogbreedinfo.com
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