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Newsletter Archives 2008

Dobermans -
The BEST Family Pet
April 4, 2008



























































In This Issue:

1. Easily Trainable
2. Dobe Owner = Proud Owner



1. Easily Trainable

One dreaded consideration to take into account when entertaining the idea of bringing a puppy into your home is training -- potty training, training to have good manners, training not to chew, people acceptance, pet socialization, and on and on. If you are not prepared, this can be a big undertaking. Getting a good book or two to read up on how to train a pup is advisable just so you can get some insider tips to make this a much easier transition -- for both you and the new pup.

Luckily, if you are getting a Doberman, you are choosing a breed that is highly intelligent and eager to learn and please! That translates to -- EASY to TRAIN. Even still, it requires that you take some time out of each day to work with your pup. Otherwise, you are setting the pup up for failure and you for lots of frustration.

Below is a link to an owner who has been successful in training his Doberman pup. Read some of the tricks he has taught the pup at:

Link:   http://www.garrettsdobermans.com/guen5th_RM.html



2. Dobe Owner = Proud Owner

There really just is no other breed of dog like the Doberman Pinscher. In appearance, Dobes are sleek and noble. From head to toe, they just have a gorgeous body! Lots of people find them intimidating. The only real fear will come when the Doberman senses a need to make someone fear them. Otherwise, it is amazing how submissive they actually are -- but that's another topic!

People who own Dobermans become best friends. A sense of pride swells up inside that is unexplainable. The Doberman's loyalty to his owner provokes this. Below is a link to one owner's web page that really displays all this through pictures, rather than the words I am fumbling around with!

Link:   http://www.garrettsdobermans.com/ag2nd_harley.html



Thanks for reading!!

Garretts Dobermans is committed to helping families and Dobermans come together! For pup availability, check out the site: www.GarrettsDobermans.com

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Dobermans -
The BEST Family Pet
March 21, 2008



























































In This Issue:

1. A Lovable Breed
2. Socialization Tips



1. A Lovable Breed

Many people fear Dobermans. Is the fear justifiable? Dobermans look intimidating and one might expect them to be aggressive. However, anyone who has gotten know a Doberman on a personal level will testify they are one of the most lovable breeds you will ever encounter.

A properly raised Doberman will develop an undying love for its family. Anyone the family accepts, the Doberman will accept. I have been in the Doberman breeding business for 8 years. I have never had a report of a Doberman attacking someone or turning on a family member - human or animal.

Read one testimony of how "in love" she and her family are with their Dobe at:

Link:   http://www.garrettsdobermans.com/scar1st_BMP.html



2. Socialization Tips

Dobermans need to be properly socialized right from the beginning. When looking for a Doberman, it is important to find a breeder that has been handling the pups from day 1.

Another important beginning step in the socialization of a Doberman pup is bringing pup home at the "ideal" age. From about 3 to 6 weeks old, pups learn from their littermates and mom how to interact and "manners" like not biting and being respectful of the dominant figure (mom). At 7 to 9 weeks old, pups are ready to begin the bonding process. This is an important age to bring pup home.

After bringing pup home, it is time to establish who's in charge. It is highly recommended that a new owner to the breed go through basic obedience training with their new Dobe. Not because there is a threat, but because this is a large breed and they need to know proper submission to your basic commands. The little pup at 8 weeks quickly becomes a large, oversized pup with all the bad puppy habits.

Read some great tips from an owner that is also a trainer/handler:

Link:   http://www.garrettsdobermans.com/guen5th_RFB.html



Thanks for reading!!

Garretts Dobermans is committed to helping families and Dobermans come together! For pup availability, check out the site: www.GarrettsDobermans.com

Looking for fun ways to display your love for the Doberman breed? Be sure to check out the great products at: www.cafepress.com/garrettsdobes

>> There's a coupon code at:
www.cpcoupon.com/todays-coupon.asp
That you may use on any order placed at cafepress!



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