Can you believe it? Atlas turned six months old last Friday and has been with us for four whole months! Learn what life with a European Doberman puppy is like in this 4 month update.
Tuesday, March 31st, 2020 was our Doberman puppy’s first visit to doggie daycare. We took Atlas to the local doggie daycare for his first meet and greet session.
With rabies shot and final core vaccination round completed, Atlas can now apply for a license. Today, our Doberman puppy is officially licensed.
Now that Atlas has received all his vaccinations, including his rabies shot, it’s time to take him on a walk. This article is about taking our Doberman puppy on his first walk, starting at 14 weeks old.
This past weekend, our Doberman puppy got his canine influenza vaccination. The vaccine comes in two booster shots, so we’ll need to return in 3-4 weeks.
When trimming our Doberman puppy’s nails for the very first time, he absolutely hated it. Now at 4 months old, nail trimming is a non-event for him.
The Doberman is a highly energetic breed and an adult Doberman requires at least 2 hours of daily exercise to alleviate this energy. So what does this translate to a puppy who hasn’t received its full round of vaccination and rabies shot yet? This article documents how we mentally stimulate our doberman puppy at home.
Interested in adding a Doberman puppy to your family and wondering how much it will initially cost you? I go over the breakdown for the first month Doberman puppy total cost of ownership in this article. You must be fully and financially vested before making the commitment.