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Behavior German Shepherd

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The behavior german shepherd is generally friendly and calm; puppies should be socialized to correspond to the dog standard. The breed originated in Germany and was extremely popular there and all over the world, but when the WWII began its popularity was lost. The breed was almost on the verge of extinction and its name was even changed to save it. By the end of the World War II, the breed became very popular in Germany and in other countries again. The numbers and quality of the dogs were increasing, however WW2 would prove devastating to the breed by the disruption of food supplies. The behavior german shepherd is generally friendly and calm; puppies should be socialized to correspond to the dog standard.

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German Shepherd

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Behavior German Shepherd

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Itís very important to choose a breeder very carefully, no matter if you are buying a pet quality or a show quality dog. First few weeks are crucial for the future development of the dogís temperament and working abilities. These large and strong dogs may become difficult to control, if they were mistreated or kept in poor conditions without proper socialization. Obtaining a dog from a pet store or a backyard breeder leads to getting a pet with questionable background and genetic health. Such dogs are more difficult to control; they are often surrendered to rescues or shelters. The behavior german shepherd is generally friendly and calm; puppies should be socialized to correspond to the dog standard.

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