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German Shepherd Diseases

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Most german shepherd diseases can be avoided by careful breeding of the best dogs by experienced breeders. All purebred dogs are prone to a number of health disorders. Some bloodlines tend to develop more problems; others are healthier. Health of a dog depends on a breeder. Responsible specialists screen the breeding stock for all possible disorders and will never breed a dog with defective genes. Dogs with recessive genes may be healthy and of a champion quality, but they should not be used for breeding, as their offspring may develop serious problems. Asking for health certificates of the breeding stock is the only way to avoid health problems in a puppy you buy. Most german shepherd diseases can be avoided by careful breeding of the best dogs by experienced breeders.

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German Shepherd

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German Shepherd Diseases

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These are very fearless dogs that make good guards and are always ready to protect their owners from any threat. They are good with children and pets. Choosing a puppy you need to select the dog that is fearless and curious. There are about 10% of the pups that are born long-coated. Thanks to the long coat, these dogs can live indoors though they still prefer to be out of doors. If you keep the dog at home you need to spend a lot of time with it outdoors and train it thoroughly. Most german shepherd diseases can be avoided by careful breeding of the best dogs by experienced breeders.

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