It all started at a dog show in Karlsruhe in western Germany. A medium-sized yellow-and-gray wolflike dog caught his attention. The dog was of the primal canine type, supple and powerful, and possessed endurance, steadiness, and intelligence. He was a working sheepherder, requiring no training other than direction and finish to become proficient at the task.
Although I would hesitate to recommend them for a first time owner, you already have a GSD mixed with husky so you have a good idea of size and temperament already.
Take your time to meet lots of GSDs in parks etc. One can sort of guess the likelyhood of temperament from family lines german show, working dogs, parents with lost of Schutzhund tiltes etc. The variance in each litter is nevertheless even more widespread than that.
So take into account that you should choose the parent s more than the line. Breeders tend to price according to general lineage i. First consider good breeders, not necessarily the one with the flashiest internet site or adds, but do read their sites to see their point of view and priorities in breeding and what use the aim their dogs for.
My breeder was a very small scale breeder in Quebec, but I liked what I read on her site and what she had to say when met, her care and dedication, the fact that she bred for temperament and not coat color, the thoroughness of hips and elbow checks, etc. Take a look on a few good books on the breed and talk to lost of owners, The GSD has its advantages and caveats health issues,etc There is a way to find a good fit within both german lines show or work or American lines but get a good grip on the general plus and minuses of each line.
Take a look if your life style fits the dog and if the dogs life style fits you. They are quite a few internet forums with lots of very knowledgeable people with lots of experience with the GSD. Good structure is most important for proper work ability so extreme show conformation type may no have the right structure for prolonged work.
On the other hand very work oriented lines Est German for ex. Try to stay away from breeder who brred only for color, as it is difficult to maintain temperament also.
I f you do have preference for a particular look, dark face or sable coart for examplefind a good sete of sire and Dam for a good breeder and get in line for when these 2 will be bred. Bear in mind also that in each litter the breeder may charge different for each pup, show potential dogs, when not already reserved by the breeder, will easily reach and more.
Pet quality will range from to depending on the parents and grand parents etc. That is way more important than a perfect show apearance. Always look for reasonable good structure and health, with a good temperament that fits you.
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Dear friend i have double coat heavy bone healthy german shepherd puppy available & lab pug rott puppy available male & female price different. You should ask your breeder if they check for all this. Do your research and get the best available pup you can. k Views.
You can also get price by giving an ad. in your local paper. k. From its intellect to its physical size to its inherent protective nature, the German Shepherd – which originated in Germany – has earned a high position within the dog world.
The writer discusses size, temperament and health issues as they relate to the German Shepherd. American Kennel Club Online Dog Name Check. The person who owns the dog at the time the application for registration is submitted to the AKC has the right to name it. Right breed for you?
German Shepherd Dog information including personality, history, grooming, pictures, videos, and the AKC breed standard. German shepherd, breed of large, muscular working dog  perfected in Germany at the turn of the 20th cent.
It stands about 25 in. (64 cm) high at the shoulder and weighs from 60 to 85 lb (– kg).