25 comments on “Queens N.Y. Doberman Pincher great dog, trained to working off leash in traffic

  1. WHAT does it take to get to this level with my dobermans? They are 10 month
    old litter mates (male and female)…

  2. WHAT does it take to get to this level with my dobermans? They are 10 month
    old litter mates (male and female)… remarkable dog

  3. wow that is a beautifull Dobie, snout seems dark i love it, and nice
    2-3inch collar, didnt think it would fit so well on a Dob, gonna get me one
    for mine. He sticks like Velcro its amazing, good job

  4. Loved the video! He is so well trained. If only I could get my two dobies
    to respond half that well. They almost flunked out of obedience training.
    LOL They’re my babies though and spoiled rotten. TN-dobies

  5. I admit this is very impressive. But the only reason why I would keep him
    (if he/she were my dog) on a leash is because I don’t trust drivers. Having
    the ability to pull the dog out of the way is what would lead me to keep
    the leash. Nevertheless, excellent obedience.

  6. It certainly is with a young sound dog. A one year old dog is still a young
    dog, but even old dogs can learn new tricks

  7. He works if someone else is walking there dog, loose cat, loose dog,
    rabbit, squirrel, gun shot, back fire of car, the unexpected, or he would
    not be off the leash in traffic or any dangerous situation.

  8. It is called a Martingale collar, there are many places to get one on the
    internet. Their good looking, comfortable, and they also work as a training
    collar.

  9. A good dog can very well come from both American and European lines,
    however The American Champion line would be what I would say is safer,
    sounder, stabler for a pet in a family situation. Good care food and
    training will insure you made the right choice. The Doberman Pincher is a
    lot of dog, be wise and do your homework. Good Luck

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