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German Shepherd Dog Club

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The german shepherd dog club usually has a picture collection available from the various kennels. As the WWII approached, the breed became less popular and even was given another name: Alsatian. The popularity of the breed was regained when the war was over and the soldiers brought a lot of dogs with them. The first representative of the breed that was brought to America was called Rin Tin Tin. During the war, this animal belonged to the soldier named Larry Baker. In Germany, this breed was used during each of the world wars. The first animal of this breed that was registered in the AKC was called Queen of Switzerland; it was registered in 1908. The german shepherd dog club usually has a picture collection available from the various kennels.

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German Shepherd Dog Club

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Originally designed for herding sheep, this breed soon began to perform other functions, because there were many other sheepdogs. These large, courageous and intelligent animals became Seeing Eyes and personal protectors. This breed is suited for active people that can provide enough mental and physical stimulations for the animal. These creatures are quick to learn and can be adapted to almost any task from rescuing people in emergencies and finding criminals to participating in sports and playing with children. The german shepherd dog club usually has a picture collection available from the various kennels.

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