Impresionante Doberman It is a kind of race that has rapid development throughout the first year of its existence. Whoever has had a Doberman since it was a puppy is used to hearing words of awe from their friends and family due to the very rapid growing rate of Dobermans.
Nevertheless, having patience over the course of its growth is very necessary. On several instances, we hope that our dog will grow to be large and robust. In some cases, this may even become an obsession for the owners of the puppy, who will expose it to an excessive amount of activity in the hopes that it will grow up to be the healthiest and most developed dog possible. This is a common error that may result in major complications for one’s health. Play, running, and exercise are all good things for our dog to enjoy, but they should never be rushed. Before the doberman has completed maturing, we must not subject him to extended training days or push him to travel a great distance. Much if it is only an excessive amount of play, despite the fact that, as we have said before, the Doberman is an energetic dog and, even more so, when dealing with a puppy, the fact that he spends the whole day playing and learning new things, this may lead to behavioural issues. This being said, If this happens, we should never offer them food, bones, fat, milk, or chocolate since these things may create major health issues or, in the case of bones, cause them to suffocate or splinter in the throat of our pet. In any event, we should never give them food. Something that is not typically taken into account as a result of ignorance, despite the fact that it is quite important, is the fact that the dish in which our Doberman eats is not on the ground. This means that the dog does not have to stoop down to the ground in order to consume its food, which is something that is not normally the case. Keeping in mind that this is a huge dog, we will need to place the dish on a stool or table that is at a height that is equivalent to that of the shoulders. If we do not do this, it has the potential to produce deformities in the adult phase of the animal’s legs and spine. We will also be able to considerably enhance the digestion of the dog since it will no longer be necessary for it to eat with its neck slanted down.
In order to protect our dog from contracting any illnesses, we must make sure that all of the vaccinations, examinations, and rechecks that the veterinarian recommends are kept up to date at all times. If, on the other hand, we follow the recommendations offered by both the instructor and the veterinarian, we provide good training, quality food, and a lot of affection that, we assure you, will be returned by the dog, then you will get your new pet to grow up happy and healthy, and it will become a member of the family.