Some hybrid dogs have quirky names that make it a bit hard to tell which breeds are their parents. The Doberman Shepherd isn't one of those dogs. In fact, the Doberman Shepherd has a number of unique traits and features that help them stand out from other hybrid breeds - even ones that share at least one parent. Doberman Shepherd's have a very distinct appearance for starters; they tend to have large tan patches of fur that make a "bow tie" shape on their chests. Combined with their jet black coats, they can immediately be distinguished from any other dog breed out there.
Doberman Shepherds have a lot of great qualities and endearing personalities, so we think that one of these dogs can learn to become complimentary members of all sorts of families. Doberman Shepherds aren't too difficult to raise, especially in comparison to some of the more stubborn dog breeds out there, so even if you're an inexperienced canine caretaker you'll still be able to get along just fine with one of these guys. The catch is that you've got to be willing to get active and creative with one of these dogs, as they'll be the opposite of a couch potato.