Dobermans are dark colored (or black) dogs and seem to absorb heat quickly. They are also very muscular and seem to have a thirst that will have them downing even the largest bowl of water in just a few minutes.
You must avoid extreme heat with your Doberman. It’s easy for these dogs to get heat stroke if they work too hard on a particularly hot day. If the outside temperature is above 104 degrees Fahrenheit, you should only let your dog outside for short periods. Otherwise, it is better to keep them indoors.
The Nature of Border Collies
Border Collies were bred to be energetic, intelligent, hard-working dogs with an instinct to herd sheep. These highly intelligent and trainable canines have an athletic prowess rarely seen in other dog breeds. Also, Border Collies are even-tempered and eager to please. And if socialized early on, border collies get along with other dogs and even cats.
Border collies make excellent family pets if they get enough exercise. These black and white athletic canines respond well to training and praise and are extremely fast learners.
These traits make Border Collies loyal pets that thrive on companionship and stimulation. Also, because dogs have a natural herding instinct, they protect their family and will protect children.
What to do with a Doberman at work
If you think your Doberman can’t be left alone or is not meant to be home alone while you are at work, there are many other options that you can consider. Here are potential things you can do with your Doberman while you’re at work or away for long periods of time.
Taking your dog to doggy daycare may be a good option if your dog is creating problems by being home alone, like barking all day or destroying everything. They may also be suitable for dogs suffering from some form of stress or separation anxiety.
Dobermans need respect for their personal space, Dominant Dobermans don’t always want to cuddle or cuddle.
The Doberman is a revered breed known for its viciousness and terrifying appearance, but honestly, does it deserve this reputation?
Watch out, the Dobermans are after your throat.
Don’t let her taste the blood because she will like it and she will become biting.
Their brains never stop growing, causing them to turn on their owner.
They don’t see very well in the dark and well… it makes them turn against their owner.