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Natural Doberman

A page for people who love long tailed, floppy eared dobermans. You don't have to have a natural doberman or even own a doberman. You just have to love the breed in all it's forms. We want to celebrate our wonderful intelligent loving companions.

17 hours ago

Natural Doberman

Graham is doing well. We appreciate all the well wishes and excellent advice! I tried using a sling to help him but he refused to move or do any business with it on. He seems to be figuring out his balance quickly and has been able to go outside and take care of his business. ... See MoreSee Less

Graham is doing well.  We appreciate all the well wishes and excellent advice!  I tried using a sling to help him but he refused to move or do any business with it on.  He seems to be figuring out his balance quickly and has been able to go outside and take care of his business.

 

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So glad he’s doing ok.💕

Thabk god he’s getting better 🙏❤️

Glad he's doing well, looking marvelous after what he's been through.

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Great news!!!

Such a bull ❤️ great to see him up 👍👍

Awe bless him, so good to hear he’s doing ok ❤️❤️

This is amazing. Well done Graham. Wishing him a speedy recovery 😍

So glad he is doing ok!

Aww glad to see he is getting better.. continued prayers 🙏🙏❤

Your doing amazing graham proud of you baby boy ❤️💗🥰😍😘

Well done Graham 👍😍💙

Glad he’s doing good, hoping he has a continued, good recovery!

Happy to see he is up and moving well.♥️

Amazing!

Doing well, just like Minnie. On a couple of occasions Min toppled over and bumped her stump. She cried pitifully, but... I gently cupped the stump in my hand and she relaxed immediately. Just show him love and help him in every way and he'll get over it rapidly. They are very resilient dogs.

Wow he is doing awesome good for him!! Go Graham Go ❤️

Amazing how resilient animals are. Boy could we all take some lessons from them!

My precious Doberman, 35 yrs ago, lost her front leg. She was amazing and adjusted quickly. Did extremely well in all weather. Cute in the snow when she was like a deer. Beautiful dog, as all my Doberman’s have and still are for 40 yrs. Ebony lived to the age of 13. Graham looks wonderful.

Way to go Graham.

He's an awesome dog!

So great to see he is up and about.😊🙏💗

Well done Graham such an awesome boy♥️All the best for a speedy recovery.

Oh 😍 I am so Happy wishing him a Speed Recovery ❤️❤️

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1 day ago

Natural Doberman

Graham is home and doing well. He had dinner and drank some water 💦.

Thank you everyone for the well wishes and support!
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Graham is home and doing well.  He had dinner and drank some water 💦.  

Thank you everyone for the well wishes and support!

 

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Bless him xxx

Pronta recuperación, hermoso 😘

Hope you all have a good night💞💞

Big hugs to you graham. Rest. Rest. Rest.

Rest easy friend. 🐕

Ahh so glad he is ok!

Poor little baby sending a lot of love and prayers for you graham 😘🥰😍

Prayers

Get well soon!! 💞💞

Hope you get well quickly Graham you beautiful boy. 🙏🙏🙏

Poor boy!!! Has he gotten up to go potty yet? Thinking he will be so confused. 😘😘❤️❤️ Sending love and kisses his way.

Big hugs Graham ! Get well soon !

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🙏 for that sweet baby

Oh my goodness. My heart jumped when I saw this and tears came pouring out!!! 💔 I am soooooo glad he's ok!!! A million hugs to you!!! Awww, the poor darling. 💗💗💗💗

Glad he is home and doing better

God love him. I'm fostering a tri-pawd pitbull momma right now. Breaks my heart when I see her struggle to get around her babies without stepping on one.

Sending love sweet boy

awww bless him poor Graham <3 my boy has just been diagnosed with hemangiosarcoma prognosis 2-4 months we are heartbroken, please look into adding these supplements to help fight any cancer cells we have put Buddy onto them I have done a lot of research since Buddy was diagnosed https://www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com/turkey-tail-mushroom-uses-for-dogs/

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Heal fast now pup x

Well done Graham, it wont be long before your running about

Bless him. Sending love x

Kiss Graham.

All my good Energie dear Graham , sweat Boy ❤️❤️

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2 days ago

Natural Doberman

Graham’s surgery went well and he will be home this afternoon. Graham is normally emptying the toy box as fast as I fill it so this is the first time all the toys have been in one place. Graham’s toy box runneth over! I can’t wait for him to come home. Sophie has been looking for him too. ... See MoreSee Less

Graham’s surgery went well and he will be home this afternoon.   Graham is normally emptying the toy box as fast as I fill it so this is the first time all the toys have been in one place.  Graham’s toy box runneth over!  I can’t wait for him to come home.  Sophie has been looking for him too.

 

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Love to you Graham you beautiful furbaby xx 😘

My boy would have all those stuffies destroyed in minutes lol I’m glad Graham is on his way home!

nothing like getting back home to start healing ❤️

Graham will be so happy to get back to that toy box. Looks like a lot of fun Graham! Get well quick and scatter those toys! Love for you and Darcy. 💞🌸🌺👩‍🦳💕😊

Good to hear he is doing well. He’s got a lot of cyber friends x

Glad he’s coming home!!! Praying for a great recovery!

How is Graham doing tonight?

Waw

Feel better and healthy recovery 🧡

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Natural Ears & Tails

Dobie ears and tails are two of my favorite things.  My 5 year old natural doberman, Graham, is the sweetest dog in the world.  His goofy, fun personality and unbridled enthusiasm for anything I do is so compelling.  By nature, I believe Dobermans are loyal, intelligent, affectionate and obedient.  Graham is devoted to minding my business and determined to keep me from any trace of loneliness.  He protects me from ominous critters that wander into our yard and always volunteers to help with dirty dishes.  However, the things I love most are his soft silky ears and ever-wagging tail. I never fail to laugh at his big floppy ears bouncing around when he chases an imaginary foe. I can see at a glance by the position of his tail how he is feeling.  Ears and tails, a winning combination especially when attached to a doberman.

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Wagging 101

Most folks assume that a wagging tail means the dog is happy and friendly and wants to be petted.  That wagging has meaning but it is much more complicated than you might think.

Researchers have determined that dogs communicate with the position and motion of their tails.  A study in 2013 found that dogs understand the asymmetric tail wagging of other dogs. Apparently a right wagging tail tells other dogs that all is well and a left wagging tail indicates anxiety or stress.  This wagging messaging has to do with the fact that the brain’s left hemisphere controls the right side of the body and the brains right hemisphere controls the left side of the body.  It seems the left hemisphere is associated with positive-approach feelings and the right hemisphere is associated with negative-avoidance feelings.  Tail wagging is morse code that our dogs are sending.   The wags reflect a dog’s excitement with the most vigorous wagging related to greatest excitement. In 2007, researchers learned that the way a dog wags its tail sends information on how he is feeling.  

In addition to wagging, tail position communicates a lot about how the dog is feeling.  When Graham is relaxed, his tail is hanging loosely with a curly bend.   If he is nervous or submissive, the tail drops lower and if he is absolutely anxious, the tail is tucked up against his belly. Just with these clues I get a world of information about his frame of mind.  But that is not the end of the story.  On those rare occasions that Graham feels aggressive, his tail is held in a vertical position.  If he is curious, his tail is held straight out.  All these emotions spoken in “dog tail” cannot be expressed by dogs with docked tails.  Learning to read “dog tail” takes time but with familiarity you can learn to read the signals.