German Shepherd Dog Breed
 

German Shepherd Dogs

German Shepherd

The German Shepherd Dog originated from the old breeds of herding and farm dogs. This dog has been associated for centuries with man as a servant and companion. Always known to be a working dog, through selective breeding the
German Shepherd has been the subject of intensive development
involving both temperament and structure.

Looking first at the more important side of the dog - it's character - the Shepherd is known for loyalty, courage, and the ability to be trained for a number of special services. He has an even disposition, is poised with no appearance of nervous behavior.

This dog is strong, agile, and full of life. He is direct, self-confident, a great watchdog, and companion. He is a real family dog that is devoted to his owner. Overall, these dogs are all one can possibly desire in a canine companion.

Height - 22 to 26 inches. Weight - 65 to 95 pounds.

Coat types - dense, short, black with tan, gray, white, black. Sheds some. Groom 3 times a week.

Costs - averages $30.00 a month.

Training Information

German Shepherd Dog Club of America, Inc.

Corres. Secretary, Blanche Beisswenger, 17 West Ivy Lane, Englewood, NJ 07631

Breeder Contact, Blanche Beisswenger, 17 West Ivy Lane, Englewood, NJ 07631, (201) 568-5806   

 


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