If you are looking for a dog that can think independently, is highly intelligent, and absolutely loves exercise, it's hard to beat a Doberghan! A doberwhat, you say? A Doberghan is a hybrid breed created from Doberman Pinscher and Afghan Hound parents. The result is a slick, sleek, fearless, and mind-bogglingly fast doggo that will amaze anyone that is lucky enough to meet them.
For those that have stepped up to the challenge of raising one of these incredible pups, you're definitely going to want to keep your Doberghan occupied. These pooches require a full schedule of activities to satisfy both their thinking abilities and their energy levels. Below, you'll find some of the Doberghan's favorite things to do!
There are very few things that a Doberghan will enjoy more than running. Both of the parent breeds are notorious runners, being both strong and aerodynamic in their build.
Teaching the Doberghan how to be polite on-leash will prove to be quite the task, but once you succeed, your woofer will come to view the leash as their absolute favorite thing. As with any pooch, while running with your dog, stay mindful of how they are responding and never push your pup to run faster or longer than they feel comfortable going.
After you've mastered the art of running with your Doberghan, it will likely become both of your favorite pastimes!
Though a stick is often adequate for the game, many pet stores offer specialized balls that are built to last through many games. There are also special launchers you can get to help hurl the target even further, letting your four-legged pal really stretch out their legs!
There's no way to beat around the bush -- Doberghans are stubborn, willful, and smart. They will always have the tendency to think for themselves and not follow your direction. To limit the frustration that this thinking power can cause, make sure you enroll in obedience training.
Because of the headstrong pooch you are up against, it is probably best that you find a very experienced trainer who offers more than just beginner courses. That being said, though it may be like pulling teeth getting your pup to obey you, in most cases, the Doberman desire to learn will win over the Afghan Hound desire to ignore you.
When you have a Doberghan as a family member, you'll always be looking for new fun things to do! Remember to give your energetic canine at least an hour of very active play each and every day, so they can benefit from both physical and mental exercise.
Once you've finally tired your woofer out, you will be left with a satisfied, calm fur-kid who will have a lot more desire to listen to commands. Not only that, but by embracing the athletic nature of your pooch, you'll probably get out a whole lot more yourself! When trained properly, your Doberghan can become your hiking buddy, your running partner, and your best friend.