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37 Doberman Pinscher Mixes (With Pictures)

Written by: Nicole Cosgrove

Last Updated on May 15, 2024 by Dogster Team

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37 Doberman Pinscher Mixes (With Pictures)

With their good looks and protective nature, the Doberman Pinscher is one of the world’s most popular dog breeds. First bred in 19th-century Germany, the Doberman has played many roles over the years, including a working dog, therapy dog, and beloved family guardian.

Doberman Pinschers are fantastic dogs on their own, but mixing them with other breeds can add a whole new twist! Many mixes keep the black-and-tan coloring of the Doberman, but their coats may end up curly, long, or wavy. The loyal, protective nature of the Doberman Pinscher can also be strengthened or mellowed by mixing in different breeds.

Here are 37 awesome Doberman Pinscher mixes of every size and shape you can think of!

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The 37 Doberman Pinscher Mixes

1. Rotterman (Doberman Pinscher x Rottweiler)

This cross between a Doberman Pinscher and a Rottweiler is one protective powerhouse! The Rotterman can be a handful to train and requires an experienced owner. Properly socialized and trained, this Doberman mix makes an affectionate pet that will always be on guard for threats to their family.

2. Englishman (Doberman Pinscher x English Bulldog)

The Englishman is the result of mixing a Doberman Pinscher with an English Bulldog. Since English Bulldogs can have several health issues, an Englishman could inherit some of them. The Englishman is usually friendlier and more laid back than a pure Doberman.

3. Doberdane (Great Dane x Doberman Pinscher)

With both the Doberman Pinscher and the Great Dane in the mix, a Doberdane is usually one tall dog! Doberdanes can make good watchdogs, but when they aren’t looking out for your safety, they’ll be making you laugh with their goofy antics. Free entertainment and an alarm system all in one dog? Sounds like a winning combination!

4. Dobie (Doberman Pinscher x Border Collie)

Also known as the Doberman Collie, this dog is a mix of a Doberman and a Border Collie. Both parent breeds are highly intelligent, so the Dobie is usually quite the brainiac. These dogs will need plenty of training and mental stimulation to keep them busy!

5. Doodleman (Doberman Pinscher x Poodle)

The Poodle and the Doberman combine to create the Doodleman. The more allergy-friendly Doodleman makes a good option for owners who like the Doberman’s traits more than they do their shedding. They might not make a great watchdog, but at least they’re less likely to make you sneeze!

6. Doberman Shepherd (Doberman Pinscher x German Shepherd)

Talk about the perfect working dog! This mix of the Doberman with the German Shepherd combines two of the hardest-working, most protective breeds into one package. These dogs will be loyal family guardians, but they need dedicated training and socialization.

7. Beagleman (Doberman Pinscher x Beagle)

This mix of the Doberman Pinscher and the Beagle combines two breeds with wildly different personalities. Happy-go-lucky Beagles ordinarily aren’t great watchdogs. Crossing them with vigilant Dobermans might make a Beagleman more likely to sound the alarm, but don’t expect them to be much good at protection, especially if the intruder brings snacks!

8. Doberhound (Doberman Pinscher x Greyhound)

Crossing the Doberman with the Greyhound results in the Doberhound. Doberhounds tend to be affectionate and good with kids. Use caution letting these dogs off-leash because if they smell something interesting, they may take off. Good luck catching them if that happens!

9. Doberalian (Doberman Pinscher x Australian Shepherd)

Also known as the Auberalian Pinscher, this dog is a mix of a Doberman and an Australian Shepherd.  Doberalians often have a unique look with the addition of the Aussie’s merle coloring and possibly blue eyes. These dogs are generally smart and energetic.

10. Wolfman (Doberman Pinscher x Irish Wolfhound)

No, we didn’t put a werewolf on this list! The Wolfman is a mix between an Irish Wolfhound and a Doberman. A Wolfman will be a big dog because the Irish Wolfhound is the largest known dog breed. They usually have a wiry coat and a strong prey drive due to the Wolfhound’s hunting background.

11. Doberlab (Doberman Pinscher x Labrador Retriever)

With two such different personalities in the mix, this cross between a Doberman and a Labrador Retriever is a little hard to predict when it comes to temperament. Whether a Doberlab is a friend to all like the Labrador or keeps more of the protective Doberman instinct depends on which parent they take after more.

12. Bullderman (Doberman Pinscher x Bull Terrier)

The Bullderman is a cross between the Doberman Pinscher and the Bull Terrier. Dobermans are already very attached and affectionate with their families, and the Bull Terrier is known for being just as loving, if not more so. Make sure you’re prepared to give the Bullderman plenty of attention!

13. Doberbull (Doberman Pinscher x Pit Bull)

You might assume this mix of a Doberman Pinscher and a Pit Bull would be an amazing guard dog, but Pit Bulls aren’t always as fierce as their reputation makes them out to be. The Doberbull might still be a good guard dog if they take after the Doberman rather than the Pit Bull parent, though. What you will get no matter which parent they take after is a fiercely loyal dog that wants nothing more than to be right beside you.

14. Dobergi (Doberman Pinscher x Corgi)

This dog is an interesting combination of a Doberman and a Corgi. The size of these dogs can vary widely depending on whether they take after the Doberman or the short-legged Corgi. No matter their size, Dobergis are usually smart, easily trained, and active dogs with plenty of personality.

15. Golderman (Doberman Pinscher x Golden Retriever)

This mix combines one of the friendliest breeds, the Golden Retriever, with the more aloof Doberman. The Golderman’s personality may be a bit more reserved than a typical Golden Retriever, but they will still be quick to make friends with strangers once they realize they aren’t a threat.

16. Doberidgeback (Doberman Pinscher x Rhodesian Ridgeback)

These dogs are a mix of the Doberman Pinscher and the Rhodesian Ridgeback. The Doberidgeback can be a strong-willed, dominant dog, best matched with an experienced owner. They need training, socialization, and plenty of structure and boundaries to help them be a well-mannered family member.

17. Doberguese (Doberman Pinscher x Portuguese Water Dog)

Parent of Doberguese
Parents of Doberguese: Left (Doberman,p atstatic, pixabay); Right (Portuguese Water Dog, Nellie 12 weeks, Veronika’s shots, Flickr, Attribute CC 2.0)

These dogs are a cross between a Doberman and a Portuguese Water Dog. The addition of the low-shedding Portuguese Water Dog gives the Doberguese a curly, more allergy-friendly coat than the pure Doberman. The Doberguese will usually be a friendly dog that loves to swim.

18. Dobersheep (Doberman Pinscher x Old English Sheepdog)

Parents of Dobersheep
Left(Doberman,patstatic,pixabay); Right(Old English Sheepdog,salmiller, Pixabay)

The Dobersheep is a mix between a Doberman Pinscher and an Old English Sheepdog. These dogs generally have a shaggy Sheepdog coat with Doberman coloring. They tend to be gentle and affectionate with their families.

19. Dobsky (Doberman Pinscher x Siberian Husky)

Sometimes called the Siberian Pinscher, this is a mix of a Doberman and a Siberian Husky. The Dobsky can be a beautiful mix, often with the Husky’s fluffy coat and sometimes their blue eyes. Huskies are among the more energetic dog breeds, so the Dobsky is likely to need plenty of exercise.

20. Bloodman (Doberman Pinscher x Bloodhound)

The Bloodman is a cross of the Doberman Pinscher and the Bloodhound. Bloodhounds are famous for their keen noses, and the Bloodman will likely inherit this ability. Use caution when allowing these dogs off-leash because they will endlessly follow an exciting scent, no matter where it leads.

21. Boxerman (Doberman Pinscher x Boxer)

A cross between a Boxer and a Doberman, the Boxerman is usually a large and athletic dog. Training and socialization are a must, but the Boxer genes help give this dog a fun-loving, playful personality to balance out their hard-working side.

22. Dobie Schnauzer (Doberman Pinscher x Standard Schnauzer)

This mix is usually created by crossing a Doberman with a Standard Schnauzer. Dobie Schnauzers are a newer Doberman mix and should be playful, smart, and good watchdogs based on their parents’ usual behaviors.

23. Springerman (Doberman Pinscher x Springer Spaniel)

The Springerman is a combination of a Springer Spaniel and a Doberman Pinscher. These pups are smart, social, and energetic and need plenty of exercise and attention. Their appearance can vary, but they often have the floppy, fluffy ears of the Springer Spaniel.

24. Dobernese (Doberman Pinscher x Bernese Mountain Dog)

The Dobernese is a cross between the Doberman and the Bernese Mountain Dog. These dogs will be big and usually more docile than purebred Dobermans. Both parent breeds are known for being sensitive to their owners’ emotions, so the Dobernese should be a supportive, calming canine friend.

25. Doberkita Inu (Doberman Pinscher x Akita Inu)

Crossing a Doberman Pinscher with an Akita Inu results in the Doberkita Inu. Both parent breeds are known for their protective nature, so the Doberkita Inu tends to be a highly effective guardian. With proper training and socialization, they can also be sweet family pets.

26. Dobie Argentino (Doberman Pinscher x Dogo Argentino)

This mix, made by crossing Dobermans with Dogo Argentinos, is best for experienced dog owners. The Dobie Argentino will be a large, often territorial, and dominant dog. They are usually gentle with their families if given proper training, but their size can be a lot to handle for any but the most confident owners.

27. Doberman Corso (Doberman Pinscher x Cane Corso)

The Doberman Corso is a combination of a Doberman and a Cane Corso. Cane Corsos are huge dogs but usually have a calmer nature than Dobermans. The Doberman Corso will be a large dog that does better with more experienced owners.

28. Great Dobernees (Doberman Pinscher x Great Pyrenees)

A cross between a Doberman and a Great Pyrenees, the Great Dobernees will be a big dog, but beyond that, their appearance varies greatly. They come in a variety of colors, and their coats could be short or shaggy. The Great Dobernees is usually a patient, loyal, and brave dog that will take their role as family guardian seriously.

29. Dobie Basset (Doberman Pinscher x Basset Hound)

An unusual combination, the Dobie Basset is a cross between a Basset Hound and a Doberman. These dogs usually have the short legs and long body of the Bassett on a larger dog. Their personalities will depend on which parent they take after more, but generally speaking, they are smart, loyal, and good with kids.

30. Doberland (Doberman Pinscher x Newfoundland)

Parents of Doberland
Parents of Doberland: Left- NewFoundLand (ntrief, Pixabay); Right- Doberman (YamaBSM,Pixabay)

Doberlands are the result of mixing a Doberman and a Newfoundland. The calm nature of Newfoundlands makes these dogs able to be both energetic playmates and relaxing house dogs when needed. They should be supervised around kids because their large size and energy can be overwhelming to small children.

31. Bouberman (Doberman Pinscher x Bouvier des Flandres)

Parents of Bouberman
Parents of Bouberman: Left- Doberman Pinscher (patstatic,pixabay); Right- Afghan Hound (volofin, Shutterstock)

The Doberman Pinscher mixed with the Bouvier Des Flandres produces the Bouberman. Both Bouviers and Dobermans are known for being protective and fearless, so expect a Bouberman to share those qualities. Boubermans need confident training and socialization to ensure that they’re well-mannered.

32. Dobieton (Doberman Pinscher x Boston Terrier)

Sometimes called a Boston Dobe, this mix is a cross of a Boston Terrier and a Doberman. They tend to vary in size due to the big size difference between the two parent breeds. Dobietons can be stubborn but are also usually gentle and affectionate dogs.

33. Dobocker (Doberman Pinscher x Cocker Spaniel)

Their name sounds a little like a shoe brand but these dogs are actually a mix between a Doberman and a Cocker Spaniel. They often have the Cocker Spaniel’s flowing coat and soulful expression. Dobockers might require more grooming than other Doberman mixes if they inherit the Cocker Spaniel’s hair coat.

34. Irish Dobe Setter (Doberman Pinscher x Irish Setter)

Irish Dobe Setter
Parents of Irish Dobe Setter: Left – Irish Setters (Mr_Incognito_,Pixabay); Right – Doberman(YamaBSM,Pixabay)

This mix pairs the serious Doberman Pinscher with one of the class clowns of the dog world, the Irish Setter. The resulting Irish Dobe Setter can vary wildly in personality because of this. These dogs are generally energetic and may require creativity to train effectively, as Irish Setters can quickly get bored with training sessions.

35. Weimarman (Doberman Pinscher x Weimaraner)

This mix of a Doberman Pinscher and a Weimaraner is generally a big, active dog that needs plenty of exercise. The Weimarman usually makes a strong and loyal guard dog. They tend to be intelligent and eager to please.

36. Whipperman (Doberman Pinscher x Whippet)

The Whipperman is a cross between a Doberman and a Whippet. These dogs will usually have short coats and long legs. They require a great deal of attention, exercise, and mental stimulation to keep them from developing unwanted behaviors.

37. Doberghan (Doberman Pinscher x Afghan Hound)

A less common mix, the Doberghan combines the Doberman Pinscher with the Afghan Hound. Doberghans are usually smart and active dogs. Afghan Hounds are known for their long, flowing coats, but the Doberghan usually has a bit shorter coat that still needs regular brushing.

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In Conclusion

No matter if you decide to get a Doberman or one of the many Doberman mixes discussed here, make sure the dog you choose is a good fit for your family’s activity level and lifestyle. Owning a dog is a big decision and one not to be taken lightly. Make sure you are prepared for the care and responsibility of your new family member so you and your dog can have a happy life together!

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