Osca – Doberman
More information about this dog
Osca aged 5 is a male Doberman with security/protection training. He is bigger than your average Doberman weighing in at around 50kg & he attracts a lot of attention & comments due to his size & stunning good looks.
Pet Acting / Modelling Ability
He is a very sociable & confident boy & is used as a protection dog and is used for security work by his owner. In contrast to this protection dog image Osca actually loves a good fuss from his human friends and loves to play with other dogs. He is like the Scooby-doo character – big & clumsy.
Osca is a protection trained dog and being so big and having cropped ears and docked tail he does look quite intimidating but he is a gentle giant. He knows when he is on security tasks & when its downtime. He has great discipline & control knowing when he is on & off duty.
As a very flexible dog, he can be taken into a public area & is quite happy to be fussed by people. However, he can also attack on command.
Bark (speak) on command
Osca is a stunning dog & an ideal talent for specific based roles according to his skills. This versatile dog could be used in many different roles from working in a family environment through to a security role.
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