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German Shepherd Weight

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The german shepherd weight should be in proportion to its height; it is hard to determine the future size of puppies or by a photo. Puppies require your constant attention and care. Thus in the earliest age the most important factors that influence the dog’s health are: their food intake and nutrition needs, and exercise. Regular exercises are the main part of good physical development of dogs. They may begin to develop stiffness in their joints (much like people do as they get older.) Healthy teeth are important as bacteria from decaying teeth can affect the health of the dog. In this period, the ears of the dog begin to go up. The german shepherd weight should be in proportion to its height; it is hard to determine the future size of puppies or by a photo.

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German Shepherd Weight

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Shy and timid dogs are excluded from the show ring, but they can make good pets. Animals with biting records and showing aggression towards people pose a threat to the family. Such pets are often surrendered to rescues. Very often, purebred dogs are surrendered because of health and behavior problems. Poor breeding and lack of socialization and training in the early age are detrimental for the dog’s personality. Such animals can be rehabilitated in foster families, which provide homeless dogs with basic training prior to finding new owners for them. The german shepherd weight should be in proportion to its height; it is hard to determine the future size of puppies or by a photo.

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