Why a German Shepherd?

These dogs were trained for many different purposes but always demonstrated their full capabilities with complete success. The German Shepherd breed is the only breed that is totally devoted to demonstrate their skills in any situation.

The German Shepherd Dog is unusually intelligent and unconditionally loyal, obedient, brave, and protective. It is known for its fearlessness but it is by no means hostile or aggressive. They are poignant and devoted, making wonderful companions and ideal watchdogs. They are highly versatile and can fit in with many different lifestyles.  This breed of dog can be highly territorial, making them among the least likely of breeds to run away from a fight. They are not friendly towards strangers and will stop unwanted visitors. The German Shepherd Dog gets along fine with children and other animals, provided proper socialization has taken place. Brushing should be done weekly. During shedding, a special comb to remove dead hairs may be required. Like other large breeds, German Shepherd Dogs are susceptible to elbow and hip problems.  They should be on Nuvet Vitamins there entire life. These vitamins will give your best friend complete system support and hips & joints strong and healthy. Meals should be spread throughout the day to avoid bloat. There life span is around 10-14 years. The German Shepherd Dog has a shoulder height of 56-66 cm (22-26 in) and weighs 35-39 kg (77-85 lbs). It is a long, muscular dog with a black nose, powerful scissors bite, wide, erect ears, and intelligent, almond-shaped eyes. German Shepherd Dogs have a flat back, bushy, low hanging tail, muscular legs and chest, and short, round feet. They are the image of power and dignity.  These dogs are eager pupils and are quick to learn new tricks. They are most responsive to their owner’s voice. They are very versatility which makes them suitable for a wide variety of activities including dog sports. Over-exercising when young can cause damage to growing bones, joints, and muscles. These dogs prefer a yard to play in, but can tolerate life in an apartment if sufficient exercise is provided.