I’ve called him Donald “The Doberman” Trump because, like Dobes, his style of attack is to jump in, inflict a nasty bite and then spring away before the target can lay a hand on him. and jump back again for another chomp, before they know what hit them.
It’s like a bloody ballet.
Repeat, ad infinitum.
It would have to be a “Billy Jack” Doberman...
Most Doberman’s attack silently - a “Billy Jack” Dobermans, says, “I’m gaining to take this foot and place it upside your head - and there’s not a thing you can do to stop it.” before putting his fott upside their head(s)...
I had a doberman when I was in high school. It was a rescue puppy. We had a 7 foot cinder block fence around our backyard in Arizona. When it got full-grown he would runaway after leaping the fence. To be fair, our yard was not big enough for the dog.
He did this two or three times until my dad got a call from a rancher in Casa Grande, 60 miles away, who had caught him. My dad was tired of going to pick up the dog and told the rancher about him jumping the fence in our yard. He asked the rancher if he was interested in the dog. An agreement was reached and our troubles with the runaway doberman were over with just like that.
I had a friend from high school who had a doberman named Cholla, after the cactus that would hook into your skin if you just looked at it wrong. Commonly known as jumping cactus. Nice enough dog but my friend was involved in some shady business and used him as a guard dog.
The dog would wait until you walked past it and then would go after your calf from the back in a quick nip and retreat maneuver. Just like you compared the doberman to Trump's behavior. He never really broke the skin but he could leave a bruise, just enough to let you know who was in charge.