Doberman Rottweiler Mix
I've heard somewhere that Doberman Puncher is a rootwheel, a ground mix, right?
No, it's a mix of Rottweiler and Greyund and doesn't look like Doberman.
There is no documentation, only speculation as to which dogs were involved in the creation of Doberman Oriel, but it is said that at the turn of the century, with the Tan Manchester Terrier and with two English breeds, and the appearance of the English ground Doberman To improve It is generally accepted that the two Germanic races that played a key role in Doberman's lineage were: the old German Shepherd, now extinct, and the ancestors of the German Punchers, Root Wheeler and Weimner.
Old German Shepherd combines ability, intelligence and physical and mental strength, and puncture adds a terrifying and quick response time. Weimarner provides Doberman with detection, retrieval, and sniffing capabilities because Weimarner, as it is called, is a versatile dog. However, it was a Rottweiler like the first Doberman, for which there was a lot of substance in the breed, very reliable protection.
That doesn't mean Doberman was built here. They are purebred dogs and are only bred by people who know what they are doing in practice and genetically. People who make design dogs.
This breed is thought to have originated from a variety of breeds of dogs whose characteristics have been sought by Doberman, including Puncher, Beacon, Root Wyler, Thoringen Shepherd, Ground, Great Dean, Weimner, Great Dean, Manchester. Includes Terrier and Great Dean. Dog. The exact proportions of the compound, and even the exact breed used, are uncertain to this day, although many experts believe that Puncher Doberman is a combination of at least four of these breeds. The only exception is the intersection of Doenté and Greyund. It is also widely accepted that the German Shepherd is an important partner in the Gene 1 Doberman breed.