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any of three breeds of dogs whose ears and tail are usually cropped

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Doberman pinschers were selected for the brain imaging study because the compulsive behavior - the blanket- or flank-sucking and excessive licking - was unlikely to result from allergies or other medical problems.
com/science/article/pii/S0278584613000687) "Brain structural abnormalities in Doberman pinschers with canine compulsive disorder.
Several years ago, he had a Doberman pinscher that would have been a super service dog--if Mike had known there was such a thing.
These breeds include Akita, Alaskan malamute, chow, Doberman pinscher, German shepherd, pit bull terrier, rottweiler, Siberian husky and canary dogs," Liberty Mutual spokesman Glenn Greenberg said in a statement.
Cardiomyopathy is a form of heart disease that affects a number of different breeds, including Boxers, Doberman Pinschers, and Cocker Spaniels.
Breeds of working dogs include Saint Bernards, Doberman pinschers, boxers, and Siberian huskies.
Over the years, high-profile dog attacks - especially ones in which children are injured or killed - have resulted in efforts to ban German shepherds, Rottweilers, mastiffs and Doberman pinschers.
10 Which private investigator was constantly hassled by Dobermann pinschers Zeus and Apollo?
Indeed, whenever Dougie Donnelly, Gordon Smith and Billy Dodds had a wee chinwag during the break, I was off again thinking about Labradors, Afghan Hounds and Miniature Pinschers.
German tax collector Ludwig Dobermann gave Pinschers his name when he bred aggressive dogs to protect him at work.
Clinical symptoms were initially observed in 3 miniature pinschers (45 days of age) and 1 cocker spaniel (53 days of age) and consisted of fever (39.
To look even more menacing, Williams and other Crips would often walk around with Doberman pinschers.
In addition, congenital problems with the hair follicle can be seen in Doberman Pinschers, affecting both black and red dogs.
Several years ago, Siegel and his UCLA colleagues reported improvements in the symptoms of Doberman pinschers with narcolepsy and cataplexy when they injected a form of orexin into the dogs' bloodstreams.
The new windows are placed just above floor level, allowing the family's beloved Doberman pinschers airy breezes and an unobstructed view from their dog beds.