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I absolutely LOVE Tucker-love the doberman personality-how beautiful they are-poetry in motion!! BUT I am fearful of the DCM happening! It is just hard. I knew about the problems dobe's had but didn't really know how much I would love this breed...
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Sweet Boy Rocket

I had to put my Sweet Boy Rocket down this past August - he had just turned 8-yrs old. We adopted him when he was three. He was diagnosed with Wobblers at 6 yrs and Megaesohpogus this past June. I still miss him so. After reading this forum it seems he lived an 'average' life span - way to short for me. He was a gentle giant (weighed over 100 pounds) - I feel part of me is missing with him gone.
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averages are just that...

take all the doberman who have ever lived and find the average life expectancy...impossible.

if you have only been owned by one dobe, then well the average life expectancy for your dobe will be when your dobe dies.

i have been owned by 15 dobes over the last 35 years............the average life span of my dobes is 10 years 2 months.


and as many have said before.................they are never here long enough..............

Hugz to ALL Doberman!

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I look forward to being owned by another Dobie. Rocket will always have a special place in my heart
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Hi guys! My boy is 15 years old and heading for 16... He is a lot thinner than he used to be, but he's still strong
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Hi guys! My boy is 15 years old and heading for 16... He is a lot thinner than he used to be, but he's still strong
It makes my day to hear about Dobes living a more normal canine lifespan!
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My first one was 15 when he died, and my last one was 13. Another one I lost at 11 to "unknown causes" that I suspect now might have been DCM, but I'm not sure. He went outside to go potty, perfectly fine and healthy, and dropped dead in the grass. My current one had BETTER live to be at least 20!

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The average life expectancy for a Dobe? Forever. They'll always live in our hearts will they not?
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For the research junkies

It would be nice to have some pedigree info on the long lived dogs. If unknown, please state that as well.
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This makes me both very sad & yet hopeful. My girl just turned 11 & plays with my staffy Tyson as if she was 2 again. (You all know the puppy play bow & she chews his neck which i know is strange but they both think its fun!
But I do see her age creeping in, as do my friends & family.

But....l can't think of when I will loose her, (because I will cry) I only think of the joy of having her, my best friend for so long now & what she'll do to make me smile tomorrow.
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Our Dobermann Baron, who was sitter and playmate to our sons, lived to be 10. He had to be put to sleep because of bone cancer. Baron is still missed; he was just pure love.
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Baron turned 12 in Dec, slow but ok so far
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My first two dobies were both from backyard breeders [before I knew any better] - actually the 2nd was from Kimbertal. Both lived to be 12 & 13.


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My Logan lived to be a week past 7, died of bone cancer and had other health problems. He came from a BYB who produced oversized Dobes. I never got his pedigree, the people who gave him to me didn't have it.

Griffin is from an unknown breeder (SPCA dog, not tattooed or chipped), he's 9 and doing very well. Lots of energy and still loves to run and play even if he gets tired faster now. Good hips/elbows, but has Wobblers and SIBO.
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Wow! Im in tears. My boy Diesel just died of cancer at the age of 3. My heart and my home is so empty. My boy Storm died at the age of 6 from Rat poisioning someone put in McDonalds cheese burgers all over my old Nieghborhood. Prince lived till 9 and had wobblers, Lex till 8, cardiomyopathy and Duke was my 1st I had as a child. I think he lived till 9. I don't want to give up on the breed but each one who passes takes apart of me.... Im researching breeders near or in driving distance of upstate NY, please let me know if anyone can recommend one or who to stay away from. any advice I appreciate
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it is a very sad fact that almost all deaths in Doberman are caused by Cardio, CVI or Cancer.

I have lost all of mine from one or more of the above, average age was 10.

look for a line that has very few early deaths from the above 3.

but honestly, I am not sure anymore if the odds of losing one at anytime from the above 3 C's will ever improve.

I got my first dobe in the 70's and the above 3 were killing dobes then.

I still love this breed, and always will.

Hugz to ALL Doberman!

edit to add, you know something, I just got a flash across my brain reminding me that I have also owned other breeds too, and they also died around 10-11 years of age....cancer.

Hugz to ALL dogs.


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Most dogs aren't very long lived if you think about it. I could never live without a dog and I'm terrified of losing my Miniature Pinscher (even though I know the breed has a very good average life expectancy, I believe it was in the Kennel's Club top 5 (in the UK)) one day because we are so symbiotically bonded. She's 5 1/2 years old now and so far the only sign of aging is that she has some white hairs on her chin. Our first family dog we lost when I was 14 and she was 17. I always think of that Kipling poem.

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“The Power of the Dog”

THERE is sorrow enough in the natural way
From men and women to fill our day;
And when we are certain of sorrow in store,
Why do we always arrange for more?
Brothers and Sisters, I bid you beware 5
Of giving your heart to a dog to tear.

Buy a pup and your money will buy
Love unflinching that cannot lie—
Perfect passion and worship fed
By a kick in the ribs or a pat on the head. 10
Nevertheless it is hardly fair
To risk your heart for a dog to tear.

When the fourteen years which Nature permits
Are closing in asthma, or tumour, or fits,
And the vet’s unspoken prescription runs 15
To lethal chambers or loaded guns,
Then you will find—it’s your own affair—
But … you’ve given your heart to a dog to tear.

When the body that lived at your single will,
With its whimper of welcome, is stilled (how still!). 20
When the spirit that answered your every mood
Is gone—wherever it goes—for good,
You will discover how much you care,
And will give your heart to a dog to tear.

We’ve sorrow enough in the natural way, 25
When it comes to burying Christian clay.
Our loves are not given, but only lent,
At compound interest of cent per cent.
Though it is not always the case, I believe,
That the longer we’ve kept ’em, the more do we grieve: 30
For, when debts are payable, right or wrong,
A short-time loan is as bad as a long—
So why in—Heaven (before we are there)
Should we give our hearts to a dog to tear?
Yet I still want a dobie, knowing that most of them may not even live half as long as my first dog (and that's why in searching for a breeder, longevity of their lines is important to me). Because for me the years of companionship will far outweigh the pain of loss. Better to have loved and lost than to never have loved right?
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Apparently Wildly Varies

I'm on my first Dobe. Max (male) will be nine in April. Has been completely healthy until a few months ago when he developed several soft tissue sarcomas. Had surgery, but was told this would likely come back and it would depend on where it is. He immediately developed more lumps, but on biopsy turned out to be benign. So I just watch and wait and enjoy him.

I would like to purchase a puppy before he is gone. Most of the breeders I contacted told me 9 years was the average. After reading all of the stories, I have quit worrying about it. He could be gone tomorrow, or he could live another 5 years. I've decided it doesn't matter. He is a real joy.
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I've often wondered why dobies are so susceptible to such a wide variety of diseases. Someone pointed out to me that they are one of the most overbred dogs and perhaps that's partly to blame.

I'm so sorry about your girl - I know exactly how you feel because I'm going through something similar with mine.

My lady dobie will be turning 9 this year if she makes it to her birthday (she was diagnosed with bone cancer late last year and it's getting worse, although she still barks, runs, chases and her appetite is still great). Her brother only lived until 6 - something to do with the liver.

I'm crying nearly every day because I can tell it's slowly getting worse and there are barely any treatment options available in my country (apart from palliative care). This week, we're going to see if an amputation is feasible to prolong her life and decrease any pain that she might be experiencing (she's certainly doing a good job of hiding it!)

But no matter how much misery her death is going to cause me, a doberman's love is priceless, and the love my baby has given me is enough to last several lifetimes. I don't know if I'll ever get another dog though, let alone a doberman. This girl is basically my soulmate and I am dreading life without her.
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My first FM dobe (born 1977) died of cancer at 9.5 y/o.

Current FM dobe Amy is 11.4 y/o (now) and her back legs get stiff and she needs a ramp to get into my 4x4 truck (using ramp for 2 years now).
- she is not liking the step climb to the second floor at bedtime recently or jumping up on the bed much (so we help her)
Otherwise, she is doing OK, in the senior years.
^^ One of my posts 3.5 years ago / former Amy stopped going up the 2nd floor steps, to master bed at night...writing on the wall, was near.
- so Dad and her, would sleep on a make-shift bed, temporary futon setup in the living room / avoiding 8 hours of non-stop SA crying, for her Dad
- every night, Dad would whisper Amy stories in her ear, on the pillow we shared / it was bitter-sweet moments, as I enjoyed conveying appreciation

Sadly 4 months later, she had 3-4 strokes, in the middle of the night / I always told her, "don't die in your sleep"...and she held on to say good-bye.
- still a strong heart, but immobile from the neck down
- dear Amy was 11.7 y/o when she passed / just completely loved her family, right to the bitter end at Vet clinic
Never wanting to disappoint us, even on Death's door step.

Probably 5 years ago, I read on a DT post - from years of data:
- statistical life span, of Doberman Males = 9.25 y/o on average
- statistical life span, of Doberman Females = 9.5 y/o on average

Anything over 10 years, is a true blessing and a temporary gift !!

------------Kelly & (Amy - RIP @ 11.7 y/o)

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Oops! I just realized that the original post was from years ago :/
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Yes, original post is old but the topic is still relevant.

Our first Dobie girl died at age 12in 1997 from stomach torsion. I noticed she couldn't go potty and took her to the vet on a Sunday who immediately operated. She didn't pull through and I still feel guilty about that because I didn't read the signs and intervened quicker.

That was before I had internet to inform myself. With that said, protect your dog from the elements, exercise him/her, feed quality food, regular vet visits, provide a loving home and watch out for anything unusual. I believe if we do all that they will stick around a little longer.
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Smile Get another one

My dog Bella died a few weeks ago at age 7 years and three months...Her mate Cosmo died at age three and a half...She seemed fine.....came in from the park...She went upstairs on the bed to sleep...I went upstairs about fifteen minutes later..and saw she was dead...( she'd had just died )...I moved her to the floor and tried chest compressions.......Thank goodness I have her son and daughter still with me....Sasha's four and a half...she has a lifespan of maybe...Four years...So as with Bella...I just make sure their tails wag a whole lot...lot...that means their happy....the same happiness you dobies gave you.........Good Luck...
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I am interested in hearing from some of you with long lived Dobies. I just love dobermans. I am heartbroken as I just received confirmation that my beautiful doberman has lymphoma. She turned 5 years old just last week. My family had a doberman when I was a kid that also died of lymphoma at age 7.

I hope to have another dobie in the future but am not sure I can take the emotional toll if they often die young. Please give some good news and convince me another dobie will be mine someday
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