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THE DOBERMAN – FULLY TRAINED PROTECTION DOG

The Doberman is revered as one of the world's most lethal protection dogs, with incredible trainability, intelligence and affection towards his family. Often depicted in movies as evil and fierce, what is the truth about this handsome and strong dog of German origins?
Anneka visits one of the world's most respected protection dog training companies Dogs Protection Worldwide who supply royalty and celebrities the world over with lethal yet loving companions.

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80 thoughts on “THE DOBERMAN – FULLY TRAINED PROTECTION DOG”

    1. @Konky Dong I’m not going to argue the point. You are convinced of your position.
      It’s impossible to sway people’s opinions, these days.
      There’s a lot of conformity.
      You do whatever you think is most expedient. How do you think you’d function with less testosterone?
      If you are a woman, ask any guy you know.

    2. @Raymond DeFlaviis You are telling me that I won’t sway my opinion?! You’ve gotten like maybe over 30 different people coming to these replies and reading your crap and you still defend your point. If anything, YOU are the stubborn one that won’t take anything else into consideration.

  1. My Doberman saved me from getting mugged going to an ATM early in the morning like an idiot. they’re such fast, strong, and loving dogs.

    1. @Tammy Van Winkle Help you in what way specifically? I would like to once you clarify what you would like help with. If possible ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. I’ve only owned dobermans and pit bulls. absolutely love the breeds. my doby, elvis, was such a lovable dog who was good with kids, adults, and great with other animals. and without training he protected our family from a runaway criminal who jumped in our yard. hes done such incredible things that protected our family and forever will be in our hearts

  3. I love Germany cuz they have some of the best dog breeds-German shepherds, rotties, Doberman, Great Danes, German pointers, you know.

    1. Megii Megalodon you know dobermans are protective and loyal dogs maybe she meant it that person could have chosen another dog

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    2. @ComplexWork hahahaha maybe by the time they’re are 3 years old. I have been told that sometimes the skull stops growing, but the brain continues to grow and that’s when they get viscous and crazy. I have had a doberman that was insane and attacked everyone, but me. I remember a time when he was dragging my younger sister around the house by her long hair.

    3. @GM SKYWATCHER I- did you ever socialize your dogs if they killed someone you could’ve gone to jail for murder

  4. i like how smart the dog is, he instantly recognized her energy and wasn’t paying any attention to her and instead was watching out, and then when they were sitting he was just chilling

  5. My dream is to have 2 trained Dobermans when I own a house with enough yard space for them I think theyโ€™re so amazing

    1. Yesss same, I want to adopt them tho I donโ€™t mind if they arenโ€™t all dobermans because damn all big dogs are adorable

  6. My uncle had two european dobbies with some serious pedigree in their paws and both of them had protection training….I was like 10 years old and so afraid of their alien presence that i have never been close to them…But dobbies are super smart and knew i was “family”….Anyway once i was left alone and my uncle ,because he knew i was afraid, he locked the dogs…Some time later two wise guys saw a ten year old kid in a fancy house and they thought it was a good idea to enter…Ohhh i almost peed my pants but i realised my best chance was those two dobbies….I went to their fence opened the lock and at that exact moment i was sure they would kill me the moment i released them….They just runned down the yard like muscle cars drifting charging those guys….What followed is something i will never forget in my life,it was so brutal and ferocious.Those dogs were like..”you made the kid scared bro we will rip you apart”..After some serious bitting they formed a circle around me forming the typical seperation..They were trained to do so but its also the velcro instict of them….They became my hero dogs,they were never locked again because we became best friends …Miss them forever Rocky and Hera.

    1. @hail lord nanami they literally said that in the video. ears and tails are just dangerous if your dogs supposed to protect you. If hes just a pet then let his ears and tail be normal

    2. There's some lovely filth down here

      @johan bauwens I was thinking that was an old law. What about tails, is that a more recent law? Maybe I’m wrong about that side of it. But I’m pretty sure it’s gone the same way.

    3. @There’s some lovely filth down here not sure on the legality in the uk, but tail docking does have many benefits. Dobermans have a have really long whip like tails that are prone to injury. The tail vertebrae have a tendency to break quite easily.

    4. @There’s some lovely filth down here itโ€™s legal in the U.K. of done for work purposes โ€œwith a good reasonโ€

  7. MY doberman saved me as a kid when a strange man tried to get me on my bike. I was alone on a country road 9 years old and my Rocky jumped his car and showed the teeth , he was a super gentle with me.

  8. Highly intelligent, and very easy to train. Many years ago, we got a Doberman mix puppy to add to our other two dogs. I was training the other dogs to sit, stay, heel. The Doberman mix pup joined right in on her own, following commands and doing better than the two older dogs. Brilliant.

  9. My aunt adopted a Dobermann lady when I was 7 years old. I loved her to death, she was the sweetest girl and i could easily go with her alone for a walk. She once protected me even from weird men even she wasnt trained or anything, she just felt who was a bad person. She used to sleep in my bed and now Im 31 and to this day I miss her so much.

  10. Dobermans are most certainly the best “equipped” both physically and mentally for any kind of struggle, they jump the highest, they attack, going first for the throat, extremely fast, and, when trained, the best guarding dogs around, extremely protective and always ready for action.

  11. When i was a 7yr old boy we had neighbors who lived a block from us. They had a doberman named Dutchess. She was the most feard dog in our neighborhood. We couldn’t even ride our bikes unless Dutchess was chained up. Then one day I was at their home and I found out how affectionate she was. She really was sweet to me. I no longer feared her after that. A year later the family moved.

    1. When I was a little kid like 5 or 6 years old on of my neighbors had a European Doberman. When all the kids would gather to play the owner’s daughter who was our age use to let him out of the yard. It would run around with us for hours and was never once aggressive. Unfortunately it got hit by a car and had to be put down. That was a real sad day for the kids on the block.

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