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I believe she was oversized. Not entirely sure though. I don't have any other dobermans nearby to compare her to.
That is huge!! She weighs more than my male, who is on the bigger side of the standard and at 85 pounds. My year and a half old girl is 65 pounds!!!

Make sure her weight fits her frame. If she is overweight (and by that number I'm guessing she could be) it will be really hard on her joints, especially as she ages.

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That is huge!! She weighs more than my male, who is on the bigger side of the standard and at 85 pounds. My year and a half old girl is 65 pounds!!!

Make sure her weight fits her frame. If she is overweight (and by that number I'm guessing she could be) it will be really hard on her joints, especially as she ages.
Thanks for the advice. I appreciate it. I feed her 3 cups of food once a day, should I be cutting that back?

Also I believe my husband gave her supplements when she was a puppy to increase her size.
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I always thought my Logan was a pretty big boy as he is 2 times the size of the previous one i owned...but i have heard of Superior dobermans that are bigger then the normal 70-90 lbs and can be 110lbs plus.

My logans head is about mid torso to me and i am 5 foot 8. On his back legs he is taller then me. At the dog park was only slightly smaller then a great dane there. THere are 3 other dobermans at that park we go to and he is a lot bigger then all 3.

I am sure there are a few people with really HUGE dobs on here.
Id really love to see where Logan stacks up to some of the bigger boys. LOL
NY Dobermans specifically breeds dobermans on the bigger side, although 94 isn't too far off the standard.

Now if his height exceeds the standard, then yes.

Everything comes together.

He is a handsome dog though, and in good hands

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Also I believe my husband gave her supplements when she was a puppy to increase her size.
Why would he try to increase her genetic size? Doing that can damage her growth... Not your fault.

Who told your husband to do this. You should ring them out!
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Why would he try to increase her genetic size? Doing that can damage her growth... Not your fault.

Who told your husband to do this. You should ring them out!
Lol, I have no idea who told my husband that it was a good idea. It could have also been his idea too, I'm not sure.
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well, you could always measure her to see whether she fits the breed standard... DPCA | The Doberman | Standard
She is 27 inches tall, a little outside the breed standard, but not too much.
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The biggest Doberman I've ever seen was a former bosses. He was purchased from Amish country and must have been at least 30" at his withers. He dwarfed Otto and although my pup was small for a male, this guy was huge.
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She is 27 inches tall, a little outside the breed standard, but not too much.
That is tall for a bitch. Does she have a waist, and a tuck-up? If she does not look overweight, and your vet says she's healthy, I would worry too much.

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I am also one who doesn't understand the appeal of owning a "big" doberman.... Odin is product of a BYB, he is very tall but has a fairly skinny build. He is definitely over breed standard in height. I worry constantly about his joints,hips and heart, know that some POS breed their 2 above standard sized dogs (both sire and dam were fawn as far as I can tell) to get a littler of all fawn oversized dobermans. A also get the privilege of worrying about his sensitive thin fur as well!

Who cares how big your doberman is? The bigger they are the more likely to have major health issues they are. And more importantly, they are being bred by BYB!

For my next Dobe I want a small, dainty, beautiful female!

*This of course is addressing the issue of "super-sized Dobes" Not well bred muscular, within breed standard Dobermans*

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That is tall for a bitch. Does she have a waist, and a tuck-up? If she does not look overweight, and your vet says she's healthy, I would worry too much.

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She has both. . Thanks for the advice.
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I've met two enormous Dobes. Both males -- and both 130 lbs. (I asked). The first was in the waiting room at the specialist clinic where we were taking our previous guy for his lymphoma treatments. This other Dobe was five years old and on his last legs. Literally. He could barely stand up or walk, and needless to say, his owners were distraught, so we didn't chat for long.

We met the second guy, who was younger, soon afterwards at Petsmart, where he was having his nails clipped.

The most striking thing about both was that they weren't simply bigger Dobes, with everything enlarged proportionately so that they retained that sleek Dobe profile. Everything about their appearance was a bit off, as if a bunch of disparate parts had been shoved together wIlly-nilly. They were awkward and very ungainly . . . and, yes, fat, which didn't improve their appearance. Both were sweet guys, but if it can ever be said that a Dobe is ugly . . . well, both these guys were.
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Skoll is a BYB dog that I rescued, he's 95# and 30in at the shoulder which is TOO BIG. I think he looks nice for a BYB dog but then I'm not a show person.

I have a guilty admission. Back when I was a kid I REALLY wanted an oversized dobe. I looked for breeders that "specialized" in XXL 150lb dogs. I wanted an oversized dobe and an oversized GSD and I had no idea why it was bad. It wasn't for ego, it was because I genuinely like bigger dogs but GSDs and Dobes were my favorite breeds growing up and they weren't over 100lbs from show standards so I figured I'd find non-standard ones and have my dogs.

Aaaand then I got smacked with a whole lot of knowledge entering high school, learning about why breeding to standard is important and not over (or under) doing any one trait and how size is size for a reason, not just because some dude decided that was the weight range.

I have an oversized dobe now (go figure ) and he is a LOT more dog than I could ever have handled as a kid. Difference is, I rescued this one instead of buying him

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I have a huge dobie male, he was not purposely bred for size, he was a bit of an oddity within his littermates. I had first choice of pups from within the litter and he is the one I chose. He was the most relaxed, chilled out pup I have ever seen and remains so til this day. I was referred to this breeder through the kennel clubs accredited breeder list. I always go through the kennel club when choosing a breeder (that goes for any breed). At home he is MY huge defective dobie. He is 31" to the shoulder and weighs around 110lbs. So I went through a reputable organisation (kennel club) who helped me decide on a breeder. He was not the product of a byb. His health has so far been excellent, apart from a lump I'm worried about. But I would never change my choice of dog for the world. He may not fit the breed standard but he certainly fits the standard of my home. My gentle giant.
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Bugs isn't full grown yet, but she's 70 pounds at 6 months old. My vet said she'll likely be almost as big as Bruno, which doesn't bother me since she's a rescue. Both dogs get glucosamine and chondroitin to hopefully ward off problems. (Bruno is mostly dobe, little bit of GSD, and is 105 pounds, 34" tall.)

If I were to get a puppy (which I plan to, eventually) I will NOT be looking for an oversize dog. If I happen to get one that's a fluke, that's fine, but I will never support BYBs or other unethical breeders.

With Bruno an Bugs' size, I will be thrilled if they lived to 7 or 8 years old. That makes me so sad, I can't imagine losing them.

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I didn't know this thread was gonna get so many replies. Too bad that it was because I brought up a touchy subject. I was only wondering who has seen a big dobe, Kinda like going to a car forum and asking what's the fastest car anyone has seen. I'm not planning on getting a big doberman from a BYB, or breeding Logan to a huge female to create a gigantic doberman blood line or anything like that. Logan's vet said that he was going to be big, so that just made me wonder how big could one of these dogs get.


So thanks to those who just answered the question straight up and sorry to the people who I irked with my question.
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We adopted Zachary at 7 months. (4th home)
He was scrawny but cute.
He had a good temperament which is the most important factor.
Anyway, almost a year later, he is now about 100lbs. He was weighed at the vets before xmas, and came up at 97lbs.
Zack is most certainly from a BYB. I know he is too big, and he does not have good conformation.
He does, however, have great food now, lots of exercise, and has developed excellent muscle tone.

My first 2 Dobermans had excellent German lines and were perfectly preportioned.
Fit and healthy. Certainly not 100lbs.

We love Zachary for who he is.
I only hope his poor breeding doesn't shorten his life.
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I didn't know this thread was gonna get so many replies. Too bad that it was because I brought up a touchy subject.

So thanks to those who just answered the question straight up and sorry to the people who I irked with my question.
Not so much a touchy subject, but definitely a subject that's an issue in this breed and actually needs to be discussed. Most folks here want to improve the breed and want to let people reading these threads know about health issues and the scams that go along with breeding for 'oversized' Dobes. You didn't give me the impression that you were interested in that at all, don't worry! But it helps to point out the issues with oversized Dobes in case other people stumble on this thread, looking for information.

You shouldn't have irked anyone by bringing this subject up. It's actually a very good subject to talk about, so no worries.
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I didn't know this thread was gonna get so many replies. Too bad that it was because I brought up a touchy subject. I was only wondering who has seen a big dobe, Kinda like going to a car forum and asking what's the fastest car anyone has seen. I'm not planning on getting a big doberman from a BYB, or breeding Logan to a huge female to create a gigantic doberman blood line or anything like that. Logan's vet said that he was going to be big, so that just made me wonder how big could one of these dogs get.


So thanks to those who just answered the question straight up and sorry to the people who I irked with my question.
Not irked, just reminded of health issues I may have to face for my poorly bred Big Mac of a dog.

He is so tall he has been known to not just jump up on the counter but then pull a bag of cereal out of the wall cabinet when SOMEONE left the door open.

Mine is so tall that when he rides in the extra cab of the ranger he sits on the floor and can rest his head behind my neck while I drive.

He is 9 months, 30" and 88lbs, very lean. Trips over the throw rug seam!


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Neighbors down the street have a male Doberman who weighs 130 pounds. I've gently inquired but they don't have much information to share about his breeding. I don't hold anything against them.

Anyway, Shannon likes to play with him even though he is almost double her weight of 71 pounds. It's such a bizarre contrast to see them together.
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I believe she was oversized. Not entirely sure though. I don't have any other dobermans nearby to compare her to.
Yes, she's bigger than a lot of males. My male is 27 1/2" and around 75-80 lbs.
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Yes, she's bigger than a lot of males. My male is 27 1/2" and around 75-80 lbs.
And that's about how big Elka is.

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The biggest dobes I've ever seen were at the dog park. They belonged to the same guy, one dog slightly bigger than the other. They were at least 2 or 3 inches taller than Dreizehn and, according to the owner, they were "140 lbs and direct descendants from the breed's creator, Hitler's, first dobermans."

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My pup Ace is a European Dobe . I selected this breeder after searching for 7 months. I asked for health screening , color and training of parents, but didn't ask about size. I just wanted a normal sized Doberman who could be trained for search and rescue as well as protect the family when i was working out of town. It didn't cross my mind I would end up with a huge Dobe . Ace is now is 3 days shy of 15 weeks old and is 44lbs. The puppy calculator says he will be 152lbs. I hope they are wrong only as I did not plan for a dog that big as well as concerns for life expectancy. I called the breeder to ask about parents . Mom is 95lbs and Dad is 117lbs . I would think he would fall in this range. Is his size normal ?
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My puppy is 16 weeks and weighs 43.5#. He will go around 90# when mature. They are considered a medium size dog.
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