Unfortunately male/male aggression is not dependent on both dogs being Doberman. Just one doberman and any male dog. I would be very careful watching behavior as your puppy grows up.Thanks for the advice. My senior boy isn't a Doberman and has lived with other male dogs before. The pup, Henry, is actually my first Doberman. He was abandoned at a local shelter when he was seven weeks old. I stopped by a couple of hours later and the rest is history. I wasn't planning on a puppy and just want to make sure he and my older fella are doing okay. They actually play together sometimes, although I have to supervise when Henry gets a little rough. He's eighteen weeks now. I just thought it was curious that Tyler is suddenly sleeping in Henry's crate at night. I really enjoy the forums. Henry is a beautiful uncropped, docked red boy. He seems very calm compared to what I have read about other pups on the forum. He rarely barks and has never really played with toys. Although he loves fetch and hiking. A very calm little guy actually.
It sounds to me like the older dog is removing him from the situation, possibly from the puppy. I'd make sure the older dog gets more one on one time on the bed also.