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Although it is merely a guess it does help to know the age & weight of the dog .
I am not good at guessing breeds so I will just say Welcome to DF and your pup is super cute ..
 

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there are a lot of dog breeds with this kind of markings, so the weight and age helps guessing.

generally you can say, if you don't have breed papers, then it is very likely some kind of mixed breed.
Rottweiler, Hovawart and Beauceron all can have this kind of markings and but they are a bit heavier at that age.
Your dog seems to be a bit thinner, some I'm pretty sure there some other breeder, perhaps some smaller herder or hound in it.
It could also be a Schäfimix, they can also have these markings and Schäfis care very common and so they're also often in mixes.
 

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with the markings id say rottweiler, by the size id say some thing leaner like a gsd. but at this age very hard to tell.
 

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My first thought was Rottweiler mix, but after looking at all the pictures, I think maybe Doberman mix. It would also help to what breeds are common where the pup is from. Here, for example, Hovawarts and Beaucerons aren't common, so it would be very unlikely to find puppies mixed with either of those breeds.
 

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thank u all guys but please i let him or i get a pitbull or sherped , if doberman i don't know if he is loyal , safe and smart or not that's why
 

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thank u all guys but please i let him or i get a pitbull or sherped , if doberman i don't know if he is loyal , safe and smart or not that's why
wth...Dobies are totally loyal (the most are pretty focused on one person), super smart and, if trained right, they're very safe...of course it always depends on the other end of leash.
an "unsafe" owner will often also result in the dog being "unsafe".:eyeroll:

Dog aren't good or bad...good and bad a human cathegories. Dogs are just dogs...animals.
Depending on yourself and your home as well as the individual dog, they can fit your household and lifestyle or not.

there could qlso be one of the Pinscher breeds in there, if they're common at your place.
 

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Your dog will be loyal, safe and smart if YOU raise the puppy right, it has nothing to do with any of the breeds you listed. If you don't terrify it by smacking it, if you take the time to train it to do tricks, and so on.

I do not see rottweiler at all in this pup. Lots of dogs are black and tan. Being only 4 kilograms at 2 months old, I'm going to say this is probably NOT oging to be a large dog like rottweilers and dobermans are, but you'll have a better idea as it ages.

Edit: after watching your video, I'm going to make one reccomendation. Stop letting your pup chew on your hands. It's cute now, it won't be later, and it'll confuse the pup when behavior that was fine before is suddenly not okay. Teaching a dog that putting their teeth on a person is always a bad idea.
 

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thank u all guys but please i let him or i get a pitbull or sherped , if doberman i don't know if he is loyal , safe and smart or not that's why
I'm having a bit of a hard time understanding - are you asking if a doberman is loyal and smart?

Dobies are incredibly loyal and smart. They are sensitive though and need a lot of socialization with people to not become over protective. They are used as military and police dogs, as well as a popular guard dog but they can make incredible family dogs as well. They're perfectly safe, as are Pitbulls and German Shepherds - if raised properly.

He looks like a doberman or rottweiler mix to me. The reason why other members asked what his weight and age is, is because it's hard to tell how big he really is from those pictures, and if that was a 6 month dog who weighed very little then we would know he is a small mix rather than a large. I'd say with the information you gave he's going to be medium-large, which is what leads me to believe he's dobie/rottie mix.
 

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wth...Dobies are totally loyal (the most are pretty focused on one person), super smart and, if trained right, they're very safe...of course it always depends on the other end of leash.
an "unsafe" owner will often also result in the dog being "unsafe".:eyeroll:

Dog aren't good or bad...good and bad a human cathegories. Dogs are just dogs...animals.
Depending on yourself and your home as well as the individual dog, they can fit your household and lifestyle or not.

there could qlso be one of the Pinscher breeds in there, if they're common at your place.
okey thanks man :) but can tell me how i train him i have no experience and realy i wanna train him and teach him
 

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Your dog will be loyal, safe and smart if YOU raise the puppy right, it has nothing to do with any of the breeds you listed. If you don't terrify it by smacking it, if you take the time to train it to do tricks, and so on.

I do not see rottweiler at all in this pup. Lots of dogs are black and tan. Being only 4 kilograms at 2 months old, I'm going to say this is probably NOT oging to be a large dog like rottweilers and dobermans are, but you'll have a better idea as it ages.

Edit: after watching your video, I'm going to make one reccomendation. Stop letting your pup chew on your hands. It's cute now, it won't be later, and it'll confuse the pup when behavior that was fine before is suddenly not okay. Teaching a dog that putting their teeth on a person is always a bad idea.
thank u very much about chewing hand how can i stop him please :) its probleme of training i think
 
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