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German Shepherd Minnesota

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The german shepherd minnesota club provides information on care, breeding and training of these dogs. There are many things to consider when thinking of getting a dog of this breed. Novice owners are not recommended to obtain a puppy, as it requires special training to become a well-behaved and obedient dog. Adopting an adult or a senior dog is the best variant for a first-time owner, because such dogs are already socialized and trained. On the other hand, dogs surrendered by their owners suffer from separation anxiety and may develop behavior problems. The german shepherd minnesota club provides information on care, breeding and training of these dogs.

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German Shepherd Minnesota

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If you have decided to own a dog of this breed, you need first of all to find out all the necessary information about the breed and then to find a reputable breeder, not a person who just produces puppies for sale. The breeder should be able to tell you about the dog's faults, and typical disorders. All dogs should come from OFA (Orthopedic Foundation for Animals) certified parents and ancestors certified as at least "fair," and preferably as "good" or excellent. The german shepherd minnesota club provides information on care, breeding and training of these dogs.

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