Adorable Baby and Doberman Have a Blast Playing Together



  • 2015-02-23T23:29:20

Dobermans are extremely smart and surprisingly goofy. Once you own one, you will never want another breed. They are great family pets and good with kids. My YouTube channel is a perfect example of how well a doberman integrates with the rest of the family

  • 2014-03-07T16:28:35

Absolutely PRECIOUS! :)

  • 2013-07-04T16:28:26

AMEN!! Dobermans haven't been bred like that in years......

  • 2013-07-04T16:26:50

Why was a child allowed to bother a sleeping dog.....and a sick one at that? Can't blame the dog for human error.

  • 2013-07-04T16:24:43

Having said that I too don't think a baby should be left alone with a child......this was not alone and was clearly playing not being aggressive.

  • 2013-07-04T16:23:19

Wow! that is a blanket statement. I have only met one dobe that was a problem and it was a training issue not a breed one. In over 30 yrs of professionally training dogs both in the USA and abroad I have never met one or heard of one turning on their owners. I have seen, westies, labs, chihuahuas, shih-tzus and more that have been aggressive to their owners. So lets not judge the breed because your dog has issues.

  • 2013-07-04T16:16:02

You can't lump all dobermans as moody because yours is. I have bred dobermans and never had a moody one.

  • 2013-06-17T15:01:20

This is what our Dob, Mello Joy, and Nathan would be like....too sweet. It's all in the upbringing - not just the breed. That would be like saying all people from a certain family were horrible just bc one was a nut case. It's stereotypical. Shain Trotter

  • 2013-05-29T03:35:41

I can't post any of your stuff on facebook. Just isn't working.

  • 2013-05-21T04:04:34

Ok... that is cuter than the law allows. ;) Thank you for sharing! Love it!

  • 2013-05-18T02:04:14

The dog was in pain so what did you expect? You should've kept the child separate from the poor animal. Cancer is a very painful disease and anyone, dog or human, would be short tempered. I'm not saying the child deserved it, I'm just saying that maybe you should've taken it into account the dog was suffering.

  • 2013-05-18T02:02:13

First off, it's spelled breed. Not bread. Breed is a dog. Bread is something you eat. And you can't judge a dog because of it's breed. Just like you can't judge of person by the color of their skin or where they are from. It's how you raise them and socialize them.

  • 2013-05-18T02:00:13

Judge the deed, not the breed.

  • 2013-05-18T01:59:56

I happen to agree with Kristie--if you a raise a dog right and socialize it with children and people and other dogs and know how your dog behaves than you'll be fine. I had a doberman too once and she was the sweetest, goofiest thing ever.

  • 2013-05-12T13:43:24

I agree with you. I will never forget that day as long as I live.

  • 2013-05-11T16:06:30

I am sorry it was very nerve raking to watch, my neice when she was 2 was mauled in the face by the famliy dog, and had to have recontstrution surgey to attach her lip back on. I would not trust a dog that close to my baby.

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