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Imported German Shepherd

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Breeders of imported german shepherd dogs will usually provide training and support breed rescues. Grooming is not the main concern with this breed. Being large and powerful, these dogs need firm discipline, early socialization and training, and regular exercise. These dogs are very active; they are not recommended for indoor living, but they are not kennel dogs either, because they need much interaction with humans. Putting a dog of this breed on a chain creates a frustrated, bored, and potentially dangerous animal. This breed is slow to mature, so it may take three or even four years for a puppy to turn into a well-behaved adult. Breeders of imported german shepherd dogs will usually provide training and support breed rescues.

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German Shepherd

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Imported German Shepherd

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training, rescues

There is a difference between the two types of dogs: longhaired and shorthaired. Thus the longhaired dog has an undercoat that is soft and an outer coat that is rather coarse. A normal, healthy longhaired type of a dog possesses the same instincts, working abilities and sense of smell as a standard coated GSD. That doesn’t depend on the length of the coat. Actually the dog with longer coat sheds more than the dog with a shorter coat. A long coated dog naturally needs more grooming. Breeders of imported german shepherd dogs will usually provide training and support breed rescues.

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