Doberman Pinscher
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Age: 8 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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   Leave a bone for Buddy

Puppy, Goof Ball, My little buddy.

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

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Quick Bio:

April 12th 2008


not being able to go bye bye

Favorite Toy:
Stuffed toys, Bballs, tires,

Favorite Food:
Iams ProActive Health

Favorite Walk:
anywhere with the family

Best Tricks:
Sit, Down, Stay, Come, Shake, High five, Speak,

Arrival Story:
We received him for free off of Craigs List.. And he will always be a big part of our family.. Buddy is getting so big he weighs 72.5 lb as of September 6, He is From Amaris and Foxfire lines.. We would LOVE to add another Doberman to our family, like another Fawn or a blue. Buddy has the best personalty I have ever seen in a Dobie. He is so loving and caring. Not a mean bone in him, but I am sure that if he needed to protect his family, He would..

Thank you for looking a my page. My name is Buddy and I am a Fawn and rust (Isabella) Doberman Pinscher. I have a great coat with no hair problem, a little dry skin and that's about it..

Forums Motto:
Yes, I'm a Dobe.. Not a wiemaraner


I've Been On Dogster Since:
July 7th 2008 More than 8 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

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My Color..

Fawn (Isabella)

August 19th 2008 11:48 am
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A lot of people try and tell my mom that I am a weimeriner because of my color. So she thought she would include some info on colors of my breed..

"The breed can trace its history back to the Dobermannpinshcerherverein
stud book of 1890. In 1899 only one color was recognized, the black
and rust. In 1901 two other colors were allowed, these additional
colors were; the brown and rust, and blue and rust. With the fawn
(Isabella) being recognized in 1969, this brought the total to four
allowed colors for the Doberman in the USA.

The fawn (Isabella) Doberman is a known recessive gene (dilution) of
the reds; while the blue Doberman is a known recessive gene (dilution)
of the black. This is a simple autosomal (either sex) recessive gene.
Both parents have to "carry" this gene in order to produce the
dilution, or depending on which genotype, all four colors a "rainbow"

The blue and fawn Doberman ARE NOT rare (meaning they should NOT
demand a higher price than a red or black); as you can readily see the
mode of inheritance for the blue and fawn is a VERY well known simple
genetic fact. Many within the Doberman community do a considerable
amount of research when planning a breeding and breed accordingly,
often times this will eliminate producing blues and fawns."

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