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German Shepherd Temperment

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Acquire information on the german shepherd temperment at a rescue and see the dogs for adoption. The extraordinary versatility of the breed distinguishes it from all other breeds of dogs. These dogs are capable of assuming many different roles, such as family pets, top obedience workers, beautiful show dogs, or wonderful canine companions. In addition, many of them work as police dogs, guide dogs for the blind, narcotic or bomb detection dogs, protection dogs, search and rescue dogs, herding dogs, movie stars, and even TV actors. Though these are mainly companions and pet dogs. Acquire information on the german shepherd temperment at a rescue and see the dogs for adoption.

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German Shepherd

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German Shepherd Temperment

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By no means should dogs of this breed be kept on a chain or in a small apartment. If not given enough mental and physical exercises, these dogs become bored and tend to develop health and behavior disorders. If the owner cannot spend much time playing with a dog, keeping several dogs in a yard will help. These dogs are slow to mature. It may take up to 3 years for a puppy to develop its potential. Firm discipline and a secure environment can help a puppy develop into a well-behaved adult. Professional obedience training is recommended for a pup of this breed. Acquire information on the german shepherd temperment at a rescue and see the dogs for adoption.

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