What Does It Look Like?
The Doberman pinscher is a medium size dog. The height of a Doberman pinscher bitch shoulder vary between 24 to 27 inches (61 to 68 cm), and the height of a Doberman pinscher male shoulder vary between (66 to 72 cm). The male weigh is between 75 and 100 pounds and the bitch between 65 and 85 pounds. There is often a slight difference in type between bitches and dogs, with males being masculine and females being feminine.
Let us talk about their bodies which contain a deep, broad chest, and a very powerful, compact, and square muscular body of large size. But recently they start to appears in a new look with primarily bred, slimmer or more sleek-looking Doberman Pinscher. This look becomes one of the most popular body types for most the owners, like those who use their Doberman Pinschers as a competitive with others. Butt he traditional body type is still what many other owners looking for and others who use the dog for protection. Anyway, it is impossible to have a full control on the dog body like the size and the weight. The animals used in show must follow specific rules like size and weight, but it is not possible to find male weights over 100 pounds or you might find a female that is also larger than called for by the breed standards.
Those who are looking for a Doberman Pinscher to provide personal protection or for use in police agencies or the military generally seek out the larger examples and some breeders create specific breeding pairs in the hope of getting a litter of larger dogs.
The most comm. color for the Doberman is the black. But, there is another color genes exist in the Doberman, which for the color dilution and this provides four different color phenotypes: black, red, blue, and fawn (Isabella).
Despite of that the Doberman Pinscher has mostly being seen with a short tail, it is actually born with a tail that is longer than most the other breeds'. The short tail is the result of docking, a procedure in which the majority of the tail is removed within days of the dog's birth.
Doberman Pinschers will often have their ears cropped, a procedure that is functionally related to both the traditional guard duty and to effective sound localization.