I'll help you out:
Jump dimensions, height 18", 5.5ft wide.
dog dimensions, appx 25" and 27" at their shoulders.
Possibility of them landing on the jump with less than 2 feet touching the ground- effectively zero.
Injuries physical- none
Injuries psychological -none
Want to jump more- Yes
Number of faceplants/fractured bones/jaw neck and dental injuries- um zero?
Chances of the above happening- minimal
Number of dogs jumping on concrete for extended amounts of time- zero
External reference to using solid jumps to teach early stages of jumping- 1 (possibly 2)
External references to not using solid jump to teach early stages of jumping- so far zero but obviously that could change.
References to horses- WTF? many horses are no way near as robust as dogs, there are massive weight and force differences between horses and dogs also and I am pretty sure horses and dogs have different muscle/joint structure and limb mobility (I could be wrong I know bog all about horses really).
Number of successful jumps made during this video- 6
Number of failed jumps made in this video- 1
Genuine mistakes made by handler- 1
Bum reaming handed out irelivent to the OP- quite a few
Number of wild unfounded accusations about handler purposefully setting this up in order to prove a point- 1 maybe more
Mistakes made by other posters- clearly none, ever
Assumptions and disparagements made by (some) other posters- hmmmm many
Number of posts that actually are relevant to the OP-
Dobermans are generally naturally obedient to the point where it could be viewed as stupidity, they were bred that way in order to override the instinct of survival when faced with a personal protection scenario.
That is a fact not conjecture (is that the correct term? my big word English is not so hot)
If your doberman is not naturally obedient to the point of lack of self preservation then you probably don't have a doberman just something that looks like one, oh sorry thats me with my rubbishly built non conforming bred by a scum bag not worthy of the doberman name dogs
Sometimes I am amazed my dobermans learn anything, seeing as I am such a garbage trainer and they are such garbage dobermans, oh wait, they have, and they learned it together, and I had to teach them together, they are more obedient than many of the dogs that pop up on this forum even when they are together, oh and they learn new skills within hours, oh and I have never injured a dog through my stupidity, what on earth could be going on here?
It's a massive mystery for which I may never find an answer
Please for the sake of the children enlighten me as to how that can have come about, it defies all logic
won't anybody think of the children!
Any chance of getting back on topic for a while?