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German Shepherd Behavior

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The german shepherd behavior is generally relaxed if the breeders start training the puppies early. These dogs can come in the following colors: black and tan (tan can range from a light cream to a deep red-depending upon the individual dog;) solid black; white; bi-color (a black dog with tan legs); black and silver; blue (which looks like a very muted, grayish black and tan;) and sable. In sable dogs, only the tip of each hair is colored. The coat is double that allows the dog to live outside even when the temperature is very low. The undercoat is soft and wooly and the outer coat is longer and coarser. The german shepherd behavior is generally relaxed if the breeders start training the puppies early.

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German Shepherd

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German Shepherd Behavior

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According to the AKC breed standard, the body length of these animals exceeds the shoulder height with an ideal proportion as 10 to 8 . The withers and shoulders should be very massive. The head of a purebred dog is large, but noble, cleanly chiseled and free from coarseness. The eyes of these dogs should be almond-shaped and very dark; the ears are carried erect, but not dropped or hanging. Strongly developed jaws with 42 sound teeth are very important in this breed. A scissors bite is the only acceptable. The german shepherd behavior is generally relaxed if the breeders start training the puppies early.

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