Doberdane:Great Dane and Doberman Mix
Facts & Origin
Doberman and Great Dane mix - a hybrid breed.
A mix of Doberman and Great Dane makes a loyal and loving dog that is protective of his family. It is an energetic breed that requires a lot of exercise and socialization.
What are breed characteristics of this mix dog?
The Doberman Dachshund mix is a large and muscular dog. It has a short, dense coat that is black with tan markings. The head is large and square, with a long muzzle. The ears are cropped and pointed. The eyes are almond-shaped and dark brown. The legs are long and straight, the feet are large and round. The tail is long and pointed and is usually docked.
The Doberman-Doggen mongrel weighs between 25 and 30 kg and has a shoulder height of 65 to 75 cm.
|Life expectancy||8 - 13 years|
|Activity level||high - average|
|FCI group||not recognised|
|AKC group||not recognised|
|KC group||not recognised|
Attitude, character and temperament of the breed
Possible character traits of Doberman and Great Dane mix - Such is probably his nature.
The Doberman, also called the Doberman Pinscher in the United States, is a medium-sized domestic dog breed originally developed around 1890 by Karl Friedrich Louis Dobermann, a German tax collector. The Doberman has a long muzzle, and as a trademark had docked ears and a docked tail. However, this is prohibited now. The American Kennel Club (AKC), the Kennel Club (UK) and the United Kennel Club (UKC) oversee the breeding of the Doberman.
If you mix these two breeds, you can get a massive and regal looking dog. The ideal Doberman-Dog mix is considered to be even-tempered, loving and loyal, just like its two parent breeds. They are very protective of their family and make excellent watchdogs. However, early socialization is crucial with this mix, as they can be very wary and territorial if not properly trained.
These mixes are not for novice dogs, as their training requires a lot of time, patience and energy. They also need a lot of space to run, so a house with a large yard is ideal. Due to their size, they are not suitable for households with small children, as they might accidentally knock them over.
Health and breeding information
What diseases can occur in Doberman and Great Dane mix.
It is known that Doberman Pinschers are affected by a number of health disorders. Some of these health problems are more common in this breed than others. Below is a list of the most common health disorders in Dobermans:
Hip Dysplasia: Hip dysplasia is a condition that can affect any breed of dog, but is especially common in Dobermans. This condition is caused by a malformation of the hip joint. This can cause pain and lameness in the affected leg.
Elbow Dysplasia: Elbow dysplasia is another condition that can affect any breed of dog, but is especially common in Dobermans. This condition is caused by a malformation of the elbow joint. This can cause pain and lameness in the affected leg.
Cardiomyopathy: Cardiomyopathy is a condition that affects the heart muscle. This condition can lead to an irregular heartbeat and eventually heart failure. Dobermans are particularly susceptible to this condition.
Bloat: Bloat can occur in all breeds of dogs with deep chests. This condition occurs when the stomach turns over on itself. This can cut off the blood supply to the stomach and the dog goes into shock. Bloat is a very serious condition and can be fatal if not treated immediately.
Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy: Duchenne muscular dystrophy is a disease that affects the muscles. This disease causes a gradual breakdown of the muscles. Dobermans are particularly susceptible to this disease.
While these are some of the most common health disorders in Dobermans, the list is not exhaustive. Dobermans can also be affected by other diseases, such as cancer, epilepsy, and thyroid problems.
What does this mixed breed look like?
The Doberman-Doggen mix is a large and muscular dog with a short, dense coat. The coat is black with rust colored markings on the muzzle, ears and legs.
|Ear shape||Floppy Ear|
|Anatomy||slim, strong, sporty, square|
|Size ♀||61 - 86 cm|
|Weight ♀||40 - 59 kg|
|Size ♂||66 - 81 cm|
|Weight ♂||32 - 90 kg|
Dilated cardiomyopathy is a disease of the heart muscle in which it becomes enlarged (dilated) and shows poor contraction (poor pumping ability).
Especially due to overweight, joint problems can occur in dogs.
May occur with age.
May be common in older dogs.
Gastric torsion is a disease in which the stomach rotates around its own longitudinal axis. The cause of the disease is not known.
Ataxia (from Greek ἀταξία ataxia 'disorder' 'irregularity') is a generic term in medicine for various disorders of movement coordination. Ataxia can occur even when there is no paralysis (paresis), that is, when there is normal muscle strength.
Blue Doberman Syndrome
Blue Doberman Syndrome (Alopecia). This is a hereditary disease that leads to progressive hair loss.
Dancing Doberman Diseas
Initially, there is only bending of the legs, which is caused by muscle failure. In the advanced stage, the disease then leads to paralysis.
Can occur frequently in dogs and can sometimes be treated with medication.
Hip dysplasia (HD)
The hip dysplasia or hip joint dysplasia of the dog (HD) is a maldevelopment of the hip joint.
Most often, dogs get sick in middle age. Causes of hypothyroidism. Several causes of hypothyroidism are known.
In veterinary medicine, this is the name given to a complex of symptoms caused by nerve damage in the area of the spinal cord or spinal cord nerves in the area of the cervical spine.
Mixed breed dogs can vary in size, but a Doberman-Dane mix is usually between 25 and 30 kg and has a shoulder height of 65 to 75 cm.
A Doberman-Dog mix typically has a life expectancy of 10 to 12 years.
A Doberman-Doggen mix needs a lot of exercise and should go for a walk or run every day. They also like to play tag and other active games.
A Doberman-Doggen mix needs regular brushing to prevent matting and keep their coat in its best condition. Also, their nails need to be trimmed regularly.
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