Even if the Doberman has a friendly, gentle and family-friendly nature from birth, his stature and vigilance means that he can be dangerous if the dog is raised incorrectly or badly. It is therefore very important to teach this dog its limits fairly and consistently right from the start.
Education with clarity, expertise and structure
The Doberman needs a safe and experienced dog owner - if you are not familiar with the dog breed, you should get support from a good, professional dog trainer when training dogs. The upbringing and the associated limits should be clearly structured and lovingly conveyed and even if dogs of this breed need a permanent caregiver, it is important that everyone in the family pulls together so that no ambiguities arise.
With a good plan and clear goals, it is easy to raise this dog. He is docile, obedient and very smart, so working with him is a pleasure.
Socialization and optimal housing conditions
From the beginning, the dog should be taught what it can and cannot do. To socialize with other dogs, you can go with him as a puppy to a professional dog school or a puppy play group. He should also be familiarized with everything else that he is later to meet with serenity and friendliness: other dogs and animals, children, joggers and cyclists.
The Doberman: A proud guard and family dog
In addition, a good upbringing absolutely also requires optimal, species-appropriate husbandry conditions and an adequate workload for the dog. Only when he is physically and mentally busy, he is satisfied and therefore easy to handle!