Dobermann or Doberman Pinscher is a medium/-large dog breed. It was started in the 19th century. It is named after Friedrich Louis Dobermann (1834-1894), one of the first people to breed these dogs. When he started the breeding process, he took brave dogs that showed little fear. The result was a working dog breed. Even shortly after the start, such dogs were used by police forces or as guard dogs. Today, they are also used as search and rescue dogs or as guide dogs for blind people.
Dobermanns are from 64–72 centimetres (25–28 in) tall. They are up to 45 kilograms (99 lb) in weight. Dobermann dogs can be aggressive, and in certain countries or territories a permit is needed to own or breed them.
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A Doberman may weigh 75-100lb for males and 75-95lb for females. The male is 26-28in and females are 24-27in 34-45kg adult male weight, 66-72cm male height, 61-68cm for females shown above. Females are 34-43kg FCI standard dogs 68-72cm, females 63-68cm, weight dogs,40-45kg, females 32-35kg.