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Can The German Shepherd Be Saved?

The real German Shepherd dog is not a pet

They go to win." Next to the Labrador Retriever, the German Shepherd is the second-most popular dog breed in the United States. And Curry is the most successful German Shepherd breeder in the country. He has devoted the last 20 years of his life to German Shepherds. He once raised Rottweilers, but it was a long time ago. "They don't stand a chance against the German Shepherd. They take off when they've had enough," he says.
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Meet the German Shepherd

Though the dogs had not originated in the same home, they bonded to one another quickly. Today, they are an invaluable part of Gibbon's life and he hopes that others will consider adopti ng. Following the go dogs' great save this week, he wrote: It proves that these wonderful dogs are trainable at any age and are definitely not a disposable throw away! I wouldn't be without them and am so glad I made the decision to have them in my home. Adding an emphatic: GSD'S ROCK !
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German shepherds save guardian from house fire

National emergency preparedness month 13, we offer a little primer on German shepherds. Background Originally bred as farm dogs, German shepherds gained popularity in the late 1800s due to their intelligence and striking features. Captain Max von Stephanitz of Germany is credited with registering the first German shepherd in 1899, and breed standards maintained an emphasis on intelligence. As Germany transitioned from farming to manufacturing, von Stephanitz found that the dogs served as capable police dogs. German shepherds also were recruited to serve as guards, messengers and trackers during the war. U.S.
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PHOTO: Bad breeding has earned the German Shepherd a reputation for being sickly and dimwitted. The Czech breeders learned quickly they could market their dogs to the USA for insane money compared to what they would get in the Czech Republic. In the very near future they will be for the most part west bloodlines also. Were you surprised when Germany announced that it was replacing the German Shepherd with the Belgian Malinois for police and military work? The German Shepherd dogs was one of the most versatile.
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