With all respect, I would suggest you do some homework and read about the Dob BEFORE you obligate yourself. I have had Dobs for over 36 yrs. They have to be treated with respect, firmness, fairness and positive reforcement. To be honest, it is not a task for an unexperienced person. They are bred as a "working dog" and are a ball of energy which require mental and physical stimulation DAILY or you will have conjuntive problems do to lack of using up that energy. As a rule of thumb, 2 males can be a problem (if not neutered). I wish you all the best and I am sure you will make a good decision based on information you obtain on the Doberman.
Answered by Anonymous - 8/1/2012 8:15:56 PM