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Cutie & The Beast: Girl And Doberman Do Everything Together From Sleeping To Bathing
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Cutie & The Beast: Girl And Doberman Do Everything Together From Sleeping To Bathing

This cutie and her beast are the adorable three-year-old Siena and “Buddha,” her two-year-old Doberman. The unusual couple have been gaining popularity on social media through the photos of their antics, and because many consider a Doberman to be an unusual companion for a little girl.

“Dobermans are also known as ‘Velcro dogs’,” Tara Prucha, Siena’s mother, told Today. “They just want to be with their one human. And he has obviously chosen my daughter. We’re really happy with the attention Buddha is getting. People are seeing how sweet and mellow they can be.”

More info: cutieandthebeast.com | Facebook | Instagram (h/t: today)

“She doesn’t have a single toy or play set she adores” said Siena’s mother

“For her, that’s Buddha,” the family’s Doberman

Siena got Buddha after her Chihuahua, Rabbit, was killed in an accident

The family considered getting a dog from a shelter

Finally, they decided on a breeder: “because we have a very young child and understand the multiple genetic issues that the breed can have, we preferred to know the full history of our new family member”

“We’re really happy with the attention Buddha is getting”

“People are seeing how sweet and mellow they can be”

Siena and Buddha are inseparable and do everything together

They sleep together

They do each other’s nails

They even play piano together

This fun-loving pair has already won the hearts of over 100 thousand people on Instagram

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KittyBuns
Community Member
7 years ago

Shame about the ears and tail :( adorable pair, though.

MartinaVeselá
Community Member
7 years ago

Just what I was thinking. I thought ear and tail clipping was outlawed already. Shame on the breeder.

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AkshayThakur
Community Member
7 years ago

I pity the gals first boyfriend 3:)

ElisabethBlackwood
Community Member
7 years ago

I kept looking but i don't see any of the hallmarks of stress in Buddha that one often sees in dogs that are play,ages for children. (Lip licking, eye rolling, etc.). He truly seems to adore her, and she has very clearly been taught to respect her buddy's boundaries. ❤️

ChristopherRobin
Community Member
7 years ago

Very good posed pictures. Shame about the docking.

MaragitadoManuela
Community Member
7 years ago

Love it! I had a Doberman in Mozambique, and I adored him! Refused to allow his ears and tail to be cut! Never would I dare interfere with God's creations! :) See u one of these days, my beloved Sasha!

P.BruxFHell
Community Member
7 years ago

"We wanted to know the genetic jibberjabber". A shelter dog is the best kind of breed. Grateful and full with love! This is a VERY WELL trained dog and child, though. Cute indeed.

WandaQueen
Community Member
7 years ago

They wanted a dog from a breeder. It was their choice. Big deal. You don't know their history, maybe they've gotten many rescue pets over the years and just wanted a puppy this time. Lighten up. Can't we just focus on the positive here?

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LauraGray
Community Member
7 years ago

how could anyone see pictures like these and call any dog dumb! this animals patience and sensitivity are so apparent!

lisawilson
Community Member
7 years ago

Beautiful photos of a beautiful relationship! I hope people realize the same can be found with an adopted/shelter pet though! #adoptdontshop

JoyceLangson
Community Member
7 years ago

Beautiful,and for you negative people,"Get over it" That dog has the wonderful home every dog deserves

TheaMagnussen
Community Member
7 years ago

What? Life ain't black and white lady. This dog seem to have a wonderful life for sure! But that doesn't mean its wonderful to cut of parts of its body.. that's two totally different things.

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KarlaSmith
Community Member
7 years ago

Just beautiful, Doberman's are wonderful dogs. And very sweet. I've had three - two black and tan and a red. Love them! This little girl has a wonderful friend. I wish them many happy years together.

LorraAllen
Community Member
7 years ago

i think some people must not understand that its cruel to do that to an animal.....and most vets just do the surgery w/o any sharing to the dog's people about the cruelty aspect of it......most vets do the same disservice with cats and declawing.

LorraAllen
Community Member
7 years ago

ps- the dog sitting on my lap is my pitbull named ellie. she was rescued from a fighting ring 3 years ago....her ears are docked....they just used a knife and no anesthesia...she has constant ear infections :(

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WinterGlow
Community Member
7 years ago

This brings memories back from when I was a little girl playing with my grandmother's Doberman <3 We had the same connection <3

JoAnneKlein
Community Member
7 years ago

There isn't a human alive that can take the place of a devoted canine companion... While I don't like ear and tail "docking", Dobies are simple one of the most beautiful and intelligent of the canine species.. May these two have a long and happy life together.

Thomas
Community Member
7 years ago

Why is cruelty to animals so popular in the USA? Puppies in pet shops, cutting off dog tails ... in Germany you won't find this.

Esty
Community Member
7 years ago

I've visited Munich twice and loved how people take their dogs everywhere as part of the family - in shops, restaurants, train stations etc. Fantastic attitude and the dogs seem so happy and well behaved :)

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Thomas
Community Member
7 years ago

Why do you US-Americans love to torture animals? Cutting off a dog's tail is like cutting off a human's vocal chords.

TracyHaynes
Community Member
7 years ago

Not all of us do. I would never do this to any living creature. I agree, a dog expresses so much emotion with its tail. I can't imagine not seeing the happy wiggle waggle of my dogs' tails when I come home from work. This cruel practice needs to be outlawed. Sadly, it goes on.

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stanleyscout
Community Member
7 years ago

What a sweet pair!!!

TessaKrellner
Community Member
7 years ago

this made my day.

SabineHage-Malsch
Community Member
7 years ago

Sweet! Just one thing: An animal from a shelter is ALWAYS the better decision. There are some many animals without home, there is no single reason for any breeding.

MarjorieFabian
Community Member
6 years ago

I have two dogs. One is a purebred English Lab from a breeder (because the dogs from the rescues cost about the same or more at the time and you didn't know their background.) The other is a Shepherd/Lab mix from a shelter, who is the sweetest, gentlest dog, always thankful for the home and love she has from us. We are double-blessed!

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TerriGold
Community Member
7 years ago

Beautiful photographs.

KythéMackenzie
Community Member
7 years ago

why cut his ears poor dog.

SmileyRie
Community Member
7 years ago

There is no greater love than a human & their dog

LorraAllen
Community Member
7 years ago

beautiful pair. totally sad about the ears and the tail docking. ugh. that pup would look so much cuter with floppy ears!!!

MarianWalls
Community Member
7 years ago

They're adorable!

SusannaVesna
Community Member
7 years ago

I didn't know about the ear clipping. Thought that's how Dobermans were :/ Such a cute friendship tho!

AmberHill
Community Member
7 years ago

I'm glad not everybody makes excuses as to why it's okay to go to a breeder. It is cute but come people when will we learn.

WandaQueen
Community Member
7 years ago

Do we really have to judge EVERYTHING in EVERY story? Can't we ever just appreciate the story instead of making snap judgments on everything?

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CastoiROBLOX
Community Member
4 years ago

Cutie and the beast, but the doggo is the cutie :)

jetmastergames
Community Member
6 years ago

I love the Calvin & Hobbes time machine picture...

Tina Saad
Community Member
6 years ago

so when would you cut your daughter ears and and leg??? just curious if you say the dog and girl do everything together

MirandaBreitenfield
Community Member
7 years ago

People keep commenting about the docking. Yes, it's traditional, and no, from what every (many) vet and breeder has told me, it does not cause them pain so early in life. If they wait a certain time, yes, it willl cause them pain and at that point I wouldnt advise it!

MirandaBreitenfield
Community Member
7 years ago

We are on our second doberman, having lost our first just weeks before our oldest daughter was born. Our newest dobie pup is amazing with kids. We welcomed a second baby girl when he was only a year old. He was immediately her guardian and protector (in addition to our 2 year old daughter). He has always been gentle and sweet, even when the girls are unintentionally rough with him. He would do anything for them. Anyone who thinks dobermans are mean are completely uneducated and naieve. We will never have a better family dog. Kudos to Buddha!!

MirandaBreitenfield
Community Member
7 years ago

Beautiful dog and more beautiful daughter!! I'm on my second Dobie--the first died at 10yo from Von Woblers disease. She was my world. After having two children and a new Dobie pup, I can say they are the best family dogs. He adores them, I can't imagine anyone ever hurting them!!! All our love to your family and our Apollo!!

AlisaStoughton
Community Member
7 years ago

No one will ever mess with that little girl! What a special bond they share.

MirandaBreitenfield
Community Member
7 years ago

What a beautiful story. Our Doberman, Apollo, watches over our two little girls like they were his own pack. They put sunglasses on him, put Hawaiian leis around his neck, and host tea parties in his honor. He is their best friend and guardian. I cannot imagine their childhood without him. You have captured this perfectly with Buddha. Love to you all. Miranda B.

ΔέσποιναΓάκη
Community Member
7 years ago

I love Dobermans. Bravo to the girl and her family!!!

IsabellaMavlian
Community Member
7 years ago

Adorable

GeorgiaFrench
Community Member
7 years ago

Three problems: 1. Bought from a breeder instead of saving another dog's life 2. Ears docked 3. Tail docked. WHY?

GeorgiaFrench
Community Member
7 years ago

Three problems: Bought from a breeder Tail docked. Ears docked. WHY???

MayyaMayaSanyanak
Community Member
7 years ago

So cute!!!!!

MayyaMayaSanyanak
Community Member
7 years ago

So cute!!! I love this moment.

CrackrJax
Community Member
7 years ago

I don't buy the reason for not going to a shelter. I have 2 rescues, large breeds, and they are the most gentle dogs I've known. I'm actually shocked at how tame and amazing sweet they are. Personally I think it's because they're so happy to just have a home. Regardless, I do agree that Dobermans are amazing and sweet, sweet dogs :)

AuntieEm
Community Member
7 years ago

My 4 children were raised with Dobermans, who were the sweetest, smartest, most gentle dogs ever, at the same time very loyal and protective. The neighborhood kids used to come over and play on playground equipment in our backyard, including sandbox and the dogs and kids loved it. This may have neem before the days of in-breeding, etc. No issues at all with our Dobes.

AudreyFerragamo
Community Member
7 years ago

Soo Cute. Love them.

JanisTotham-Davies
Community Member
7 years ago

Yup, that lovely doggie should still have his full tail and ears, I would not buy from any breeder that does that, it’s shameful and disgusting. I love the photos though and the relationship this little girl has with her beautiful dog. It is also not true that you would not get a doberman, and a really great one, that has the same temperament as this lovely dog at a shelter; that is just a big mistake these owners made they have not done their research.

FernandaSantos
Community Member
7 years ago

<3

DonGuild
Community Member
7 years ago

Awesome connection between them. I would hate to see what would happen if anyone tried to hurt her.

JoshSilver
Community Member
7 years ago

I think my nephew Dylan should get his own dog so that he can have a great relationship like this one!

lollipop1021
Community Member
7 years ago

so adorable!

JulsRobertson
Community Member
7 years ago

What a beautiful 'love story'....I'm actually teary-eyed because I miss my 'Gandolf' so much I especially loved the close-ups with 'their paws' together! If I could, I would have a whole 'pack of Dobermans' they are FANTASTIC PETS and FAMILY MEMBERS. I am saving & sharing this. MANY MAHALO'S

RachelWhite
Community Member
7 years ago

Awesome! Wish me and my dog were the same!

AngieCates
Community Member
7 years ago

So adorable! They respect each other. Friends for life. I feel so sorry for her first boyfriend loll

PaulaRaymundo
Community Member
7 years ago

Some dogs' tails are really short, inborn. Just like my friend's dog.

RenaWeafer
Community Member
7 years ago

So cute!!!

LynnPacione-Holman
Community Member
7 years ago

Lovely pair, and it shows how breed really doesn't matter. It's the person holding the leash. That said... tsk-tsk on the tail docking and ear cropping.

CherylFontaine
Community Member
7 years ago

Dobies make wonderful pets and this is a beauty. Not to be a nag, but why would you cut this dogs ears and tail?

CraigSykora
Community Member
7 years ago

Because they preferred the look. Like curcumcision or other cosmetic surgery that is elective.

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IsabeauMoorthamer
Community Member
7 years ago

I wish my cat was as sweet as that. xD

LindseyAlder
Community Member
7 years ago

So beautiful! What a great pair <3

AhmetCan
Community Member
7 years ago

What a beatiful couple is this... I love it.

LindavanStrien
Community Member
7 years ago

So sweet!

IngridKokshoorn
Community Member
7 years ago

We had Dobermans with docked tails and ears....a lot better for the dog as a lot of tails were broken.......and we also had a Red Doberman with a tail when it was outlawed by our stupid government......they should think first before making laws....if done properly when they are pups there is no pain.....

TabithaMoncrieffe
Community Member
7 years ago

Do you have any idea what the he'll you're saying? Ears and tails are how dogs first communicate with other animals and with attentive humans. There is actually pain. They had their ears and tails CUT OFF. Are you really going to sit there and speak as if you've had your ears trimmed down painlessly for aesthetic reasons and it just "didn't hurt"?? There is ZERO medical reason to have any dogs tail or ears docked. It's purely selfish on the owners part. If the dog can consent, then fine. Otherwise, pardon me, but f*ck that bullsh*t logic.

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CherylFontaine
Community Member
7 years ago

Stopped looking when I got to the crap about why they went to a breeder instead of adopting from a shelter. That's bullshit.

SophieGumption
Community Member
7 years ago

So I assume then that you also believe that children should be adopted and not birthed? Because genetics don't matter, right? And you shouldn't want to raise a baby yourself either, regardless which species, so it can learn the traits you wish to teach it and not already established ones? As a person who has adopted 2 dogs previously, and had endless issues with training out bad behaviours and building trust, I can speak from experience here. There's no need to shame anyone who wishes to buy a dog from a breeder. The same effect applies - one less dog without a home. Do you honestly think breeders will stop breeding because shelters are already full? There is a demand for breeders for a reason. Several reasons, in fact. Shelters are indeed heartbreaking, but your ignorance is palpable.

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captaingrumpy
Community Member
7 years ago

I see a lot of money and a single child . Problems later in life.

WandaQueen
Community Member
7 years ago

Great inspirational story ruined by the comments section, once again.

Leiah
Community Member
7 years ago

It went from shelter to breeder... then I just didn't care from there. Shame.

ElizabethOldfield
Community Member
7 years ago

Lots of posed pictures. They demonstrate a photographer's 'concept', not a true relationship between the girl and dog.

MeganZen-Lee
Community Member
7 years ago

Actually if you go on the Instagram account for Cutie and the beast they aren't all posed. Many of them are just photos of the daily life of this pair.

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KittyBuns
Community Member
7 years ago

Shame about the ears and tail :( adorable pair, though.

MartinaVeselá
Community Member
7 years ago

Just what I was thinking. I thought ear and tail clipping was outlawed already. Shame on the breeder.

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AkshayThakur
Community Member
7 years ago

I pity the gals first boyfriend 3:)

ElisabethBlackwood
Community Member
7 years ago

I kept looking but i don't see any of the hallmarks of stress in Buddha that one often sees in dogs that are play,ages for children. (Lip licking, eye rolling, etc.). He truly seems to adore her, and she has very clearly been taught to respect her buddy's boundaries. ❤️

ChristopherRobin
Community Member
7 years ago

Very good posed pictures. Shame about the docking.

MaragitadoManuela
Community Member
7 years ago

Love it! I had a Doberman in Mozambique, and I adored him! Refused to allow his ears and tail to be cut! Never would I dare interfere with God's creations! :) See u one of these days, my beloved Sasha!

P.BruxFHell
Community Member
7 years ago

"We wanted to know the genetic jibberjabber". A shelter dog is the best kind of breed. Grateful and full with love! This is a VERY WELL trained dog and child, though. Cute indeed.

WandaQueen
Community Member
7 years ago

They wanted a dog from a breeder. It was their choice. Big deal. You don't know their history, maybe they've gotten many rescue pets over the years and just wanted a puppy this time. Lighten up. Can't we just focus on the positive here?

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LauraGray
Community Member
7 years ago

how could anyone see pictures like these and call any dog dumb! this animals patience and sensitivity are so apparent!

lisawilson
Community Member
7 years ago

Beautiful photos of a beautiful relationship! I hope people realize the same can be found with an adopted/shelter pet though! #adoptdontshop

JoyceLangson
Community Member
7 years ago

Beautiful,and for you negative people,"Get over it" That dog has the wonderful home every dog deserves

TheaMagnussen
Community Member
7 years ago

What? Life ain't black and white lady. This dog seem to have a wonderful life for sure! But that doesn't mean its wonderful to cut of parts of its body.. that's two totally different things.

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KarlaSmith
Community Member
7 years ago

Just beautiful, Doberman's are wonderful dogs. And very sweet. I've had three - two black and tan and a red. Love them! This little girl has a wonderful friend. I wish them many happy years together.

LorraAllen
Community Member
7 years ago

i think some people must not understand that its cruel to do that to an animal.....and most vets just do the surgery w/o any sharing to the dog's people about the cruelty aspect of it......most vets do the same disservice with cats and declawing.

LorraAllen
Community Member
7 years ago

ps- the dog sitting on my lap is my pitbull named ellie. she was rescued from a fighting ring 3 years ago....her ears are docked....they just used a knife and no anesthesia...she has constant ear infections :(

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WinterGlow
Community Member
7 years ago

This brings memories back from when I was a little girl playing with my grandmother's Doberman <3 We had the same connection <3

JoAnneKlein
Community Member
7 years ago

There isn't a human alive that can take the place of a devoted canine companion... While I don't like ear and tail "docking", Dobies are simple one of the most beautiful and intelligent of the canine species.. May these two have a long and happy life together.

Thomas
Community Member
7 years ago

Why is cruelty to animals so popular in the USA? Puppies in pet shops, cutting off dog tails ... in Germany you won't find this.

Esty
Community Member
7 years ago

I've visited Munich twice and loved how people take their dogs everywhere as part of the family - in shops, restaurants, train stations etc. Fantastic attitude and the dogs seem so happy and well behaved :)

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Thomas
Community Member
7 years ago

Why do you US-Americans love to torture animals? Cutting off a dog's tail is like cutting off a human's vocal chords.

TracyHaynes
Community Member
7 years ago

Not all of us do. I would never do this to any living creature. I agree, a dog expresses so much emotion with its tail. I can't imagine not seeing the happy wiggle waggle of my dogs' tails when I come home from work. This cruel practice needs to be outlawed. Sadly, it goes on.

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stanleyscout
Community Member
7 years ago

What a sweet pair!!!

TessaKrellner
Community Member
7 years ago

this made my day.

SabineHage-Malsch
Community Member
7 years ago

Sweet! Just one thing: An animal from a shelter is ALWAYS the better decision. There are some many animals without home, there is no single reason for any breeding.

MarjorieFabian
Community Member
6 years ago

I have two dogs. One is a purebred English Lab from a breeder (because the dogs from the rescues cost about the same or more at the time and you didn't know their background.) The other is a Shepherd/Lab mix from a shelter, who is the sweetest, gentlest dog, always thankful for the home and love she has from us. We are double-blessed!

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TerriGold
Community Member
7 years ago

Beautiful photographs.

KythéMackenzie
Community Member
7 years ago

why cut his ears poor dog.

SmileyRie
Community Member
7 years ago

There is no greater love than a human & their dog

LorraAllen
Community Member
7 years ago

beautiful pair. totally sad about the ears and the tail docking. ugh. that pup would look so much cuter with floppy ears!!!

MarianWalls
Community Member
7 years ago

They're adorable!

SusannaVesna
Community Member
7 years ago

I didn't know about the ear clipping. Thought that's how Dobermans were :/ Such a cute friendship tho!

AmberHill
Community Member
7 years ago

I'm glad not everybody makes excuses as to why it's okay to go to a breeder. It is cute but come people when will we learn.

WandaQueen
Community Member
7 years ago

Do we really have to judge EVERYTHING in EVERY story? Can't we ever just appreciate the story instead of making snap judgments on everything?

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CastoiROBLOX
Community Member
4 years ago

Cutie and the beast, but the doggo is the cutie :)

jetmastergames
Community Member
6 years ago

I love the Calvin & Hobbes time machine picture...

Tina Saad
Community Member
6 years ago

so when would you cut your daughter ears and and leg??? just curious if you say the dog and girl do everything together

MirandaBreitenfield
Community Member
7 years ago

People keep commenting about the docking. Yes, it's traditional, and no, from what every (many) vet and breeder has told me, it does not cause them pain so early in life. If they wait a certain time, yes, it willl cause them pain and at that point I wouldnt advise it!

MirandaBreitenfield
Community Member
7 years ago

We are on our second doberman, having lost our first just weeks before our oldest daughter was born. Our newest dobie pup is amazing with kids. We welcomed a second baby girl when he was only a year old. He was immediately her guardian and protector (in addition to our 2 year old daughter). He has always been gentle and sweet, even when the girls are unintentionally rough with him. He would do anything for them. Anyone who thinks dobermans are mean are completely uneducated and naieve. We will never have a better family dog. Kudos to Buddha!!

MirandaBreitenfield
Community Member
7 years ago

Beautiful dog and more beautiful daughter!! I'm on my second Dobie--the first died at 10yo from Von Woblers disease. She was my world. After having two children and a new Dobie pup, I can say they are the best family dogs. He adores them, I can't imagine anyone ever hurting them!!! All our love to your family and our Apollo!!

AlisaStoughton
Community Member
7 years ago

No one will ever mess with that little girl! What a special bond they share.

MirandaBreitenfield
Community Member
7 years ago

What a beautiful story. Our Doberman, Apollo, watches over our two little girls like they were his own pack. They put sunglasses on him, put Hawaiian leis around his neck, and host tea parties in his honor. He is their best friend and guardian. I cannot imagine their childhood without him. You have captured this perfectly with Buddha. Love to you all. Miranda B.

ΔέσποιναΓάκη
Community Member
7 years ago

I love Dobermans. Bravo to the girl and her family!!!

IsabellaMavlian
Community Member
7 years ago

Adorable

GeorgiaFrench
Community Member
7 years ago

Three problems: 1. Bought from a breeder instead of saving another dog's life 2. Ears docked 3. Tail docked. WHY?

GeorgiaFrench
Community Member
7 years ago

Three problems: Bought from a breeder Tail docked. Ears docked. WHY???

MayyaMayaSanyanak
Community Member
7 years ago

So cute!!!!!

MayyaMayaSanyanak
Community Member
7 years ago

So cute!!! I love this moment.

CrackrJax
Community Member
7 years ago

I don't buy the reason for not going to a shelter. I have 2 rescues, large breeds, and they are the most gentle dogs I've known. I'm actually shocked at how tame and amazing sweet they are. Personally I think it's because they're so happy to just have a home. Regardless, I do agree that Dobermans are amazing and sweet, sweet dogs :)

AuntieEm
Community Member
7 years ago

My 4 children were raised with Dobermans, who were the sweetest, smartest, most gentle dogs ever, at the same time very loyal and protective. The neighborhood kids used to come over and play on playground equipment in our backyard, including sandbox and the dogs and kids loved it. This may have neem before the days of in-breeding, etc. No issues at all with our Dobes.

AudreyFerragamo
Community Member
7 years ago

Soo Cute. Love them.

JanisTotham-Davies
Community Member
7 years ago

Yup, that lovely doggie should still have his full tail and ears, I would not buy from any breeder that does that, it’s shameful and disgusting. I love the photos though and the relationship this little girl has with her beautiful dog. It is also not true that you would not get a doberman, and a really great one, that has the same temperament as this lovely dog at a shelter; that is just a big mistake these owners made they have not done their research.

FernandaSantos
Community Member
7 years ago

<3

DonGuild
Community Member
7 years ago

Awesome connection between them. I would hate to see what would happen if anyone tried to hurt her.

JoshSilver
Community Member
7 years ago

I think my nephew Dylan should get his own dog so that he can have a great relationship like this one!

lollipop1021
Community Member
7 years ago

so adorable!

JulsRobertson
Community Member
7 years ago

What a beautiful 'love story'....I'm actually teary-eyed because I miss my 'Gandolf' so much I especially loved the close-ups with 'their paws' together! If I could, I would have a whole 'pack of Dobermans' they are FANTASTIC PETS and FAMILY MEMBERS. I am saving & sharing this. MANY MAHALO'S

RachelWhite
Community Member
7 years ago

Awesome! Wish me and my dog were the same!

AngieCates
Community Member
7 years ago

So adorable! They respect each other. Friends for life. I feel so sorry for her first boyfriend loll

PaulaRaymundo
Community Member
7 years ago

Some dogs' tails are really short, inborn. Just like my friend's dog.

RenaWeafer
Community Member
7 years ago

So cute!!!

LynnPacione-Holman
Community Member
7 years ago

Lovely pair, and it shows how breed really doesn't matter. It's the person holding the leash. That said... tsk-tsk on the tail docking and ear cropping.

CherylFontaine
Community Member
7 years ago

Dobies make wonderful pets and this is a beauty. Not to be a nag, but why would you cut this dogs ears and tail?

CraigSykora
Community Member
7 years ago

Because they preferred the look. Like curcumcision or other cosmetic surgery that is elective.

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IsabeauMoorthamer
Community Member
7 years ago

I wish my cat was as sweet as that. xD

LindseyAlder
Community Member
7 years ago

So beautiful! What a great pair <3

AhmetCan
Community Member
7 years ago

What a beatiful couple is this... I love it.

LindavanStrien
Community Member
7 years ago

So sweet!

IngridKokshoorn
Community Member
7 years ago

We had Dobermans with docked tails and ears....a lot better for the dog as a lot of tails were broken.......and we also had a Red Doberman with a tail when it was outlawed by our stupid government......they should think first before making laws....if done properly when they are pups there is no pain.....

TabithaMoncrieffe
Community Member
7 years ago

Do you have any idea what the he'll you're saying? Ears and tails are how dogs first communicate with other animals and with attentive humans. There is actually pain. They had their ears and tails CUT OFF. Are you really going to sit there and speak as if you've had your ears trimmed down painlessly for aesthetic reasons and it just "didn't hurt"?? There is ZERO medical reason to have any dogs tail or ears docked. It's purely selfish on the owners part. If the dog can consent, then fine. Otherwise, pardon me, but f*ck that bullsh*t logic.

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CherylFontaine
Community Member
7 years ago

Stopped looking when I got to the crap about why they went to a breeder instead of adopting from a shelter. That's bullshit.

SophieGumption
Community Member
7 years ago

So I assume then that you also believe that children should be adopted and not birthed? Because genetics don't matter, right? And you shouldn't want to raise a baby yourself either, regardless which species, so it can learn the traits you wish to teach it and not already established ones? As a person who has adopted 2 dogs previously, and had endless issues with training out bad behaviours and building trust, I can speak from experience here. There's no need to shame anyone who wishes to buy a dog from a breeder. The same effect applies - one less dog without a home. Do you honestly think breeders will stop breeding because shelters are already full? There is a demand for breeders for a reason. Several reasons, in fact. Shelters are indeed heartbreaking, but your ignorance is palpable.

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captaingrumpy
Community Member
7 years ago

I see a lot of money and a single child . Problems later in life.

WandaQueen
Community Member
7 years ago

Great inspirational story ruined by the comments section, once again.

Leiah
Community Member
7 years ago

It went from shelter to breeder... then I just didn't care from there. Shame.

ElizabethOldfield
Community Member
7 years ago

Lots of posed pictures. They demonstrate a photographer's 'concept', not a true relationship between the girl and dog.

MeganZen-Lee
Community Member
7 years ago

Actually if you go on the Instagram account for Cutie and the beast they aren't all posed. Many of them are just photos of the daily life of this pair.

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