Have you ever wondered why Dobermans have a tendency to stalk? It’s a behavior that is both fascinating and often misunderstood. While we may think of stalking as a negative trait, for Dobermans, it is an instinctual behavior that stems from their background as a breed originally developed for protection and guarding.

Dobermans were selectively bred in the late 19th century by German tax collector Karl Friedrich Louis Dobermann. He aimed to create a breed that could serve as a loyal companion and a fearless guardian. The Doberman’s stalking behavior can be traced back to their ancestors, who were used for hunting and herding tasks. One interesting statistic is that Dobermans have a keen sense of intuition, allowing them to assess situations and make calculated moves, which contributes to their stalking behavior.

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