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German Shepherd Growth

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The german shepherd growth of popularity can be seen through the number of breeder clubs and online photo sites. Training of a young pup should begin when he is from four to six months old. If the dog is trained to be a herding dog (the original purpose of the breed,) it is the best age to introduce a puppy to the sheep flock. As soon as the dog discovers that the sheep will move away from him, he will pressure by gently biting their legs and thus he will learn how to gather sheep back into the flock. After these preliminary exercises, the pup can be put to work. The german shepherd growth of popularity can be seen through the number of breeder clubs and online photo sites.

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German Shepherd

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German Shepherd Growth

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Nowadays, these dogs are selected largely for temperament and health rather than for conformation. Purebred dogs are famous for their stable personality, self-confidence, intelligence and reliability. Being friendly with their family, these dogs are aloof to strangers. These dogs are very versatile and can succeed in any job they are taught to do. The breed is able to evaluate the situation and act without a command in emergency. These dogs respond well to proper training with positive motivation; drill is not for them. Dogs of this breed are very attached to their owners and suffer from separation anxiety greatly. The german shepherd growth of popularity can be seen through the number of breeder clubs and online photo sites.

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