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15 Adorable Doberman Mixes: Black, Brown, and Awesome All Over!

Mixed Breeds By Meg Marrs 1 min read May 25, 2022 11 Comments

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There are countless reasons to love Dobermans – they are one of the most loyal and devoted breeds, often referred to as “velcro dogs” due to their unceasing attachment to their owners!

Despite their dark “scary” coloring and general reputation as guard dogs, these loveable pooches are often sweet softies. Today we’re highlighting 15 mixed breeds that take the awesomeness that is the Doberman, and add to it!

What’s your favorite Doberman mixed breed? Any we missed? Share your thoughts in the comments!

1. Rotterman: Rottweiler x Doberman Mix 

2. Doberlian Shepherd: Doberman x Australian Shepherd Mix

doberman australian shepherd mix
Source: Daily Puppy

3. Dorgi: Doberman x Corgi

doberman corgi mix
Source: Instagram, @TheDogist

4. Doberman x Bloodhound Mix

5. Doberman Shepherd: German Shepherd x Doberman Mix

doberman german shepherd mix
Source: Flickr

6. Doberlab (Also Known as the Doberdor): Doberman x Lab Mix

doberman lab mix
Source: Pinterest

7. Beagleman: Beagle x Doberman Mix 

8. Doberdane: Great Dane x Doberman Mix 

doberman great dane mix
Source: Pinterest

9. Doberhound: Greyhound x Doberman Mix 

10. Dobie: Collie x Doberman Mix

doberman border collie mix
Source: Pinterest

11. Doodleman: Poodle x Doberman 

doberman poodle mix
Source: Pinterest

12. Coon Hound / Doberman Mix

13. Doberidgeback: Doberman x Ridgeback Mix

ridgeback doberman mix
Source: PetFinder

14. Bullderman: Doberman x Bull Terrier Mix

doberman bull terrier mix

15. Doberman / Wolfhound Mix

doberman wolfhound mix
Source: Flickr

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Meg Marrs

Meg Marrs is the Founder and Director of Marketing at K9 of Mine. She is a lifelong canine enthusiast and adores dogs of all shapes and sizes! She loves iced coffee, hammocks, and puppy-cuddling!

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Mary Carolyn Aoyama

I rescued a Doberman Shepherd 50/50 mix from a shelter in Flagstaff, AZ in the 1970’s and I want another one. Anyone have any information on breeders or dogs?

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Kim Hobday

This is fab. I now know what my rescue really is, after seeing the Collie/Doberman mix…he’s a Dobie! Identical to the picture except he’s a younger version with no grey muzzle.

This will really help…I can tweak my training now to not only satisfy his collie side but his Doberman side also. Thanks for this post. I feel enlightened!!

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Meg Marrs

Glad you got to learn a bit more about your pooch Kim! Dobies are great 🙂

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Christina

Oh my gosh! I love these! I was looking at them with my daughter and said, “I doubt they will show a Doberman/ Greyhound.” Then there it was! I’ve always had Doberman, but the one mix I had was a Doberman/ Greyhound and the one in the photo looks exactly like my Chyanne did. ♥️

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Meg Marrs

Aw! That’s awesome 🙂

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Katie

There is nothing “cute” about puppy mills and back yard breeders who create “designer dog” mixed breed mutts from pet quality dogs who should not be bred in the first place and rip people off huge amounts for them. Millions of dogs are killed every year because there are way too many bred.

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Caitlyn Adams

The second dog is not a mixed breed. It’s a different breed called a Beauceron.

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Caitlyn Adams

The second dog is not a Doberman/Aussie mix. It’s a different breed called a Beauceron.

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Mary

The bloodhound/Doberman is beautiful!

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Wanda

I love the Doberman/Australian Shepherd mix, the Doberman/Collie mix and the Doberman/Poodle! They are adorable!

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Meg Marrs

Aren’t they cuties?

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