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    Zucht und Sport mit dem Dobermann

    by Ottmar Vogel

    (pages 39 -43)
    NOTE:  Ottmar Vogel is a DV, ADRK, SV Breed and Working Dog Judge, as well as a DV and ADRK Koer-Meister.
     
    Gina v. Furstenfeld" (black SchH.3) should be noted,  as her breeding to an average dog Lump v. Basterhof (black), the Bundessieger,  produced  "Argus v. Neroberg"(brown, Sch H 3), of the Kennel v. Rauhfelsen, Breeder: Willi Rothfuss, Stuttgart. This dog was very strong and compact with a very well-balanced (ausgeglichenem) character.

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    By John Soares

    An important consideration in training the Doberman for IPO/Schutzhund is understanding their aggression/defense. In my opinion, our limited success in the sport has a lot to do with methods of training which do not take these qualities into consideration. References to the herding group (German Shepherds, Malinois) will be made throughout this article.

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    In the village of Apolda, in the state of Thuringen, in the southern part of Germany lived Louis Dobermann (1823 – 1894). Louis Dobermann was employed as a tax collector, a “dog catcher”, a night watchman, and as a supervisor for local slaughter houses. As a night watchman, Herr Dobermann found his need for a suitable dog to accompany him on his rounds. It is also not beyond imagining a protection dog would be desirable while working as a tax collector carrying large amounts of money.

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