About Doberman

Because the Doberman Pinscher (spelled Dobermann in some countries) came into existence at the end of the 19th century they are in the world of dogs, the new kid on the block. This hasn’t stopped the Dobie, as they’re affectionately called, from becoming one of the most popular and recognized breeds in the United States. Their look is elegant and their style is athletic; the Dobie is also intelligent, alert, and loyal. They’re a courageous guard dog as well as a beloved family companion. The Dobie’s fierce reputation precedes them. They’re feared by those who don’t know them, stereotyped as highly aggressive and vicious. True, they’re a formidable guardian, but they’re usually a gentle, watchful, and loving dog. They don’t go looking for trouble, but they’re fearless and will defend their family and turf if they perceive danger. The Doberman Pinscher enjoys being part of a family. They like to be close to those they love and, when this love is present, they’re a natural protector. They’re trustworthy with their family’s children, friends, and guests as long as the pooch is treated kindly. In spite of their positive qualities, the Dobie isn’t the right breed for everyone. They’re large, at 60 to 80 pounds, and they’re extremely active, both physically and mentally. They need a lot of exercise. They also need plenty of mental challenges to keep them from becoming bored. They need a strong owner/pack leader who can take time to properly socialize and train them, and who will keep them busy every day. This may be too much to handle for people who lead a more laid-back lifestyle. The current look of the Dobie is slimmer and sleeker than that of past years. Their temperament has also changed somewhat, say breed enthusiasts, softening a bit from their early days in Germany, though they’re still an excellent guard dog. Originally, Dobies’ ears were cropped to increase their ability to locate sounds, and tail docking gave the breed a more streamlined look. North American breeders usually dock the tails and crop the ears of Doberman puppies, though it’s not mandatory. Docking and ear cropping is illegal in some countries. Those who know them say that a properly socialized Dobie is an excellent pet and companion, suitable for families with other dogs, gentle with young children, and overall a loyal and devoted family member. The Males Doberman stand 26 to 28 inches tall; females stand 24 to 26 inches tall. Males and females weigh 60 to 80 pounds; males are slightly larger than females.


Thank you for visiting our website. I am called Richard Henderson. The Richard’s family are the owners of Majestic Doberman. We have been breeding this lovely breed dogs since 2013. My wife and I are pet lovers so we took up the initiative to breed these lovely dog breed to satisfy the needs of families who will want to own or add a new member to their family. My knowledge about the Doberman has grown as the years go by as they are a dog breed that are very smart and make us to learn new things everyday. My history with owning a puppy goes right back to my Christmas holidays when I was 10 years old. My parents bought me a lovely Doberman puppy which I named Rosie. Rosie gave me a lot of childhood memories when I was growing as a teen. She was more than a best friend to me. She was so lovely and friendly. Each time I got angry back then about something, Rosie was always there to console me and make me smile again. I always thought she could talk as she understood me so much. I always speak to her at times hoping she will respond. Everywhere I went to, Rosie was with me. I met my wife in college. We were very good friends back then. She loved Rosie until she insisted her parents should get her a Doberman puppy. That was how our love for this Intelligent  dog breed grew up. Our dogs use to play together. Unfortunately in our later years at college, I lost my lovely puppy Rosie. We grew up loving each other so much and loving this dog breed. Later on, we got married and with our love for Doberman We decided to breed and raise this dog breed and why not educate puppy lovers about the importance of owning a Doberman Fast forward to today, my wife and I raise our 3 kids and breed the Puppies on our 3 acres of land where our puppies have enough space to play around. My family and I are dedicated to help everyone own the perfect, healthy puppy for their home. With our knowledge of this dog breed from childhood, we will say Doberman are the best dogs to own. We spend our time in training these puppies and making sure we help families own the most intelligent of this dog breed. If you want a family loving and good training dog then you have come to the right place. Visit our available puppies page to see our amazing puppies available for their new homes.