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German Shepherd Faq

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German shepherd faq includes training information and kennel requirements. Adaptable as these dogs are, they are not the perfect pets or companions for everyone. They still require an owner that is rather experienced and knows how to handle the dog. Training and socialization are also very important and should be started as early as possible. Because of their high intelligence and curiosity, they have a genuine need to be included in their owner's daily activities. They truly need to be a part of your family and feel like they have a useful purpose or job. German shepherd faq includes training information and kennel requirements.

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German Shepherd

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German Shepherd Faq

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Purebred dogs may have too long backs, too steep angulations, faulty ear and tail carriage, lacking dentition, poor movement, and hereditary health defects. If a defect doesn’t interfere general health of a dog, it can be sold as a pet quality. Pet animals are spayed or neutered in order not to spoil the breed by transmitting defective genes. They cannot participate in shows for purebreds, but make excellent family companions. Even serious and responsible breeders sometimes have setbacks in their dogs, because every dog may have defective recessive genes, which are difficult to detect. German shepherd faq includes training information and kennel requirements.

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