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German Shepherd Hip Dysplasia

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Commmon in the german shepherd, hip dysplasia should be eliminated from the puppies, as they may get into a rescue. The only way to avoid hereditary health disorders in a puppy is buying from a reputable breeder. Responsible breeders are concerned with the positive development of all puppies they produce. They don't care for profit, but for the improvement of the breed in general. Don’t be surprised, if a breeder refuses to sell a purebred puppy to you. It means that you are not ready for a responsible ownership. You’d better buy a pet of some other breed or learn as much as you can about keeping requirements of these dogs. Commmon in the german shepherd, hip dysplasia should be eliminated from the puppies, as they may get into a rescue.

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German Shepherd

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German Shepherd Hip Dysplasia

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These are working dogs that were mainly bred to be herding dogs and prior to the late 1800s, these sheep herding dogs were randomly bred, and only those that worked well were selected. As the 20th century approached, a strict breeding program was undertaken in Germany. The aim of the program was to develop the randomly bred dog into a more uniform herding dog characterized by versatility and intelligence. The newly developed breed progressed and gained popularity until the early 1900s. Thus, in the year 2003 the breed was one of the top 10 breeds. Commmon in the german shepherd, hip dysplasia should be eliminated from the puppies, as they may get into a rescue.

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