Personality and Temperament
The Pinscher is the animal version of a ” jack of all trades” as its personality, and basic characteristics suit both official and domestic purposes. Described as loyal and alert, Pinschers are capable of performing numerous functions. They are highly trainable and relatively quick to learn. The Doberman Pinscher is a sucker for attention- as he learns most- when showered with love and care. Further, understanding that your Doberman`s personality and temperament is dependent on how you treat him is essential in building a relationship with your pup. When in a loving and caring family, the Doberman is likely to develop intimate ties and remain loyal to the owners. They will threaten to protect them whenever he senses imminent danger.
Therefore, the Pinschers temperament and personality is dependent on the background. For instance, a well trained Doberman puppy is likely to develop positive social behavior. They will be more obedient than its counterpart that has received little grooming or no training at all. Official Dobermans are often ferocious, alert, obedient and hyperactive traits. Which are also present in domestic breeds, only that the characteristics get downplayed in the latter due to less formal training.
These loyal buddies are very demanding when it comes to exercises. However, if you get your Doberman puppy while he is still young, it will be easier to tone and moderate his physical activities. Regular walks are necessary to prevent your dog from becoming grumpy( which eventually occurs if he is not attended to!). Taking your Doberman Pinscher for a walk or a jog is not enough as his body makeup and metabolism requires more vigorous exercise. They enjoy quick sprints, long distance evening runs and regular detective exercises (such as hiding a bone “professionally” to boost the development of his instincts).