Doodleman Pinscher


The Doodleman Pinscher is a hybrid breed that consists of features of both the Doberman Pinscher and Poodle (Standard). The coat is distinctive in that it is luxurious. The coat may be short or long in length. The breedтАЩs body is well built and strong. The breedтАЩs head is usually long with a vague stop. Its neck should have a distinctive length and muscular look. It should blend smoothly with a straight back and strong shoulders. The breed should have strong and well-muscled limbs; the front legs straight and the back legs angular.


The Doodleman Pinscher is a cross between a Doberman Pinscher and Poodle, but the temperament leans more toward that of the Poodle. It may have a stubborn attitude, but is generally a pleasant and easy-going breed. The breed should not have any vicious behavior. It is loyal to its family and will make a good watchdog. Training this breed early is essential. ItтАЩs easy-going nature makes it a good companion for school-aged children. It should do fine with other pets, including dogs.

Height and Weight

The Doodleman Pinscher is an average-size breed. Its height typically is at least 24 inches and may reach as many as 28 inches. Its weight varies from 55-75 pounds.

Health Problems

Hybrid breeds are generally healthier than pure breed. There are currently no health problems associated with the Doodleman Pinscher.

Ideal Living Conditions

Indoor living conditions are most suitable for the Doodleman Pinscher. This is an average-size breed, but it will usually remain somewhat active indoors.


Regular opportunities of exercise are recommended for the Doodleman Pinscher. This breed will obtain some physical exercise on its own, but is recommended that it be taken for a long walk or engage in other physical activities.

Life Expectancy

The number of years that the Doodleman Pinscher will live is currently unknown.

Litter Size

The Doodleman Pinscher may have a few or many puppies.


The coat of the Doodleman Pinscher usually requires daily or weekly brushing or combing. Washing this breed is recommended only when necessary. Checking the ears and clipping the nails should be regular grooming tasks.


The Doodleman Pinscher is believed to have originated in the U.S.




The Doodleman Pinscher is typically a combination coat of brindle.