Dobermann

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Do·ber·mann

(dō′bər-mən)
n. Chiefly British
A Doberman pinscher.

Dobermann

, pinscher - Dobermanns are named for German dog breeder Ludwig Dobermann; pinscher means "terrier" in German.
See also related terms for terrier.
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Deer, crocodiles, ostriches, turtles, Patagonian maras, cows and sheep are all kept at the facility, while more than 40 dogs including golden retrievers, huskies, German shepherds, poodles, Dobermanns and chow chows are also present.
They favoured Dobermanns and German Shepherds, while Britain also liked the latter, though they were renamed Alsatians, for obvious reasons.
But when she goes home to her Dobermanns, Mr Jonty and Stella, she won't give a dog's bone about that - although she may wonder what happened to her arch-rival, Anna Meares, who finished among the also-rans.
Wolves had long since developed a reputation as home owners protected by Dobermanns that roll over to have their bellies tickled like toy poodles.
The team at the Liverpool Veterinary Surgery is seeking to screen local pure bred dobermanns between five and nine years of agewho are currently showing no signs of heart failure and are otherwise in good health.
05) I would just like to advise readers it's never a good idea to purchase an ADULT dog that is a particular powerful breed such as Rottweilers, Dobermanns, Akitas.
VETS at Liverpool University are looking for dozens of healthy Dobermanns to help save the breed from deadly heart disease.
His images of pointers, dobermanns, afghans, rottweilers and ladbradors proved very popular with newspapers and magazines, but his greyhound workload increased as he received more commissions, and he took the decision to devote his time to greyhound racing.
PEOPLE in Wales are shunning traditional crime prevention methods in favour of Dobermanns and Alsatians.
Not surprisingly, the movie is also very violent but the kind of over-the-top mayhem - undead dobermanns etc - that makes you laugh and cheer rather than cower under your seat.
They like Dobermanns and live happily in a newly-built Barratt home on the outskirts of town.