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German Health Shepherd

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The german health shepherd is generally good, especially if the kennels follow the GS dog breeding standard guidelines. Originally designed for herding sheep, in the 20th century this breed began to perform other functions, because there were many other sheepdogs and there were much jobs to do for these unique dogs. These large, courageous and intelligent animals became Seeing Eyes and personal protectors. 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. This breed can also be used as pets; it is suited for active people that can provide enough mental and physical stimulation for the animal. The german health shepherd is generally good, especially if the kennels follow the GS dog breeding standard guidelines.

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German Shepherd

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German Health Shepherd

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The dogs should be socialized early as they have a strong instinct of protection. To avoid aggression you need to expose the dog from the earliest age to different people, situations, noises, and so forth. As a matter of fact, these dogs are not aggressive at all when trained correctly. When choosing a puppy you need to pay attention what kind of character the dog has. Some pups are timid and skittish and may be prone to fear biting. A good dog must be curious, fearless and very agile; it should not be afraid of people, dogs and other animals. The german health shepherd is generally good, especially if the kennels follow the GS dog breeding standard guidelines.

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