Welcome to the German Shepherd Blog, Get Puppy Ready, Find German Shepherd Breeders, Training Tips, and join the German Shepherd Forum to connect with the Germen Shepherd Community. The German Shepherd is a large dog breed that originated from Germany in 1899. The German Shepherd Dog is also known as GSD, and the Alsatian in Britain. The German Sheperd was developed for herding sheep, because of its strength, intelligence and obedience, it quickly became one of the most popular working dogs.
Here is a list of the most common German Shepherd Names: Armageddon, Axel, Agustus, Apollo, Ace, Atlas, Boris, Bones, Boomer, Bruno, Lucas, Mason, Duke. Girl Names: Angel, Aaliyah, Aba, Abbagail, Annabelle, Abey, Ashley, Athena, Ava, Anya, Chloe, Cassie, Allie, Elle, Lady, Mia, Coco. See all German Shepherd Names.
German Shepherd Puppies
Thinking about getting a puppy? German Shepherds are one of America’s most popular dogs. Their intelligent, hard working, and loyal. German Shepherds are one of the most working breeds in the world, They are trained for guide, police and military, herding, search and rescue, and to detect drugs. Plus they are the best companion dogs.
German Shepherd Puppies for sale
Find German Shepherd Puppies for sale, a German Shepherd puppy with papers can cost between $350 and $3500. Most family dogs cost $550 to $1400. Prize, Show dogs, Police dogs, and Studs, can cost anywhere between $1500 and $3500 or more. You can find German Shepherd Puppies for sale on the internet with simple search. There are over 100 different Purebred Germen Shepherd Breeders, in the United States. You can always get one from Germany.
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Get German Shepherd Training info an tips. A properly trained German Shepherd is a priceless companion. German Shepherds are the 3rd smartest dog breed, which makes them easy to train. They are the most popular service dog, they are use for service, search and rescue, police and military, and guard dogs. Start training your new German Shepherd right away. Learn more about German Shepherd Training.
German Shepherd Temperament
German Shepherds are keen courageous, alert, obedient, smart, loyal, brave and protective. They have a high ability to learn and be trained. German Shepherds love to be with their families, but can be cautious of strangers. Because of their intelligence they should not be isolated for long periods of time. German Shepherds are used as police dogs, the German Shepherd has a very strong protective instinct, and loyal to their handler. It is important to socialize them at puppyhood. Exposing your puppy to a variety of environments and situations, gives your puppy confidence. Neglected and poorly trained dogs are the ones you hear about in the news that bite people. Problems arise when an owner lets the dog to believe he is pack leader over humans, or alpha male. A stable, well trained German shepherd is a priceless family companion. They must be firmly trained in obedience when their still a puppy. German Shepherds with passive owners and/or whose instincts are not being met can become timid, skittish and may be prone to fear biting and develop a guarding issue. German Shepherds need owners that are naturally authoritative, calm, but firm, confident and constant. German Shepherds are one of the smartest and most trainable breeds. With this highly skilled working dog comes a drive to have a job and a task in life and a consistent pack leader to show them guidance. They need somewhere to channel their mental and physical energy. This is not a breed that will be happy simply lying around your living room or locked out in the backyard. The breed is so intelligent and learns so readily that it has been used as a sheepdog, guard dog, in police work, as a guide for the blind, in search and rescue service, and in the military.
Find German Shepherd Breeders to get your new puppy. Gunbil German Shepherds, Von Banach K9, Kraftwerk K9, Mittelwest, Kreative Kennels, Vom Haus Merkel, Far North Kennel, Dragon GSD, Alpine K9, Schwarzer Hund, Zauberberg, Desert Mountain GSD, Doc’s Big Dogs, True Haus, Varian Kennels, Cooper Haus, Vom Walters, Steingbergen, 8 mile ranch, Oakridge GSD. See Complete list of German Shepherd Breeders.