Courageous, intelligent and loyal to a fault, the German Shepherd is considered by many to be the pinnacle of canine evolution. Whether sniffing for drugs or a heart attack, there is no better working companion than the German Shepherd.
As the name implies, German Shepherds are medium-large dogs initially bred to herd sheep in pre-World War I Europe. Since then, the intelligent and remarkably capable breed has acquired an extensive resume.
Renowned for their loyal demeanor and trainability, German Shepherds have seen service everywhere from the beaches of Normandy to the daycare playground. From watchdogs to lap dogs, German Shepherds are the perfect canine companion.
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The Dutch Shepherd originated as a farm dog in the rural areas of Holland. It is a loyal, intelligent and active dog who is happy working independently or as a team with its owner. The Dutch Shepherd comes in three varieties: short-haired (most common), long-haired (less common), and wire-haired (rare), and is most commonly found with brindled gold or silver coloring. This breed excels at dog sports such as agility, obedience, and herding, and is an enthusiastic, devoted worker and companion.
One of the largest breeds in the world, the Anatolian Shepherd is a guard dog with a laid-back personality. Calm, alert and intelligent, this breed’s origins are unknown, but it has been used to guard flocks of animals in recent history. The Anatolian’s long, slender legs give it speed and endurance along with its strength and immense size. This dog is loyal, aloof and independent, and would make an excellent family dog in a large environment.
American Tundra Shepherd (ATS) is a rare breed and officially was bred in the late 1960s in the United States as a military K-9 dog by Frank Catania. This large breed can weigh from 100 to 140 pounds and has a height of from 27 up to 33 inches. They can live indoors, but they have a very high energy level, so they require lots of exercise and long daily walks. They are very smart and intelligent, and they make excellent service dogs and police dogs. With early and proper training and socialization, they can be taught to behave greatly with young children; otherwise, they can be hardly handled due to their large size and aggressive nature.
A working dog through and through, the Belgian Malinois is energetic, intelligent, and very trainable. “Mals,” as they are sometimes known, excel at obedience, herding and tracking, and are often used for police and military work. Mals are very people-oriented, love to be with their owners, and do well with children, too. These proud, loving dogs tend to be protective of their families and make great watchdogs.
German Shepherd Dog
Let just start with what was my biggest concern. PuppySpot is not a puppy farm nor are their breeders - period! We are so happy with the level of professionalism that they provided in assisting us to acquire the perfect GSD puppy for our home. They are actively engaged with the breeders and all were very responsible in a timely manner with any questions or concerns we had. Acquiring our healthy puppy was a smooth and easy. Our vet was shocked how well our dog's history, med paperwork was update to date and accurate. We will be using this service again.
Ja'Quis D T.
German Shepherd Dog
I love my dog!
German Shepherd Dog
I was so excited anxious and full of joy waiting to meet my new fur baby I went on the site like I was told to see if his arrival was on time I was never told the exact location to pick my baby up from so I went to the airport and all it said on the site was The date the time terminal and the gate number which was inside the airport well needless to say I was in the wrong place and only had a few minutes to get to the proper location I had to call the number that was provided by the airport I was then told I was given the wrong information and had to find out his true location which was about a mile and a half away thank God I had my brother with me I was so upset and anxious and come to find out the flight was late but when he got here I could pick him up because he was so filthy I was told that he would be held in a cabin not a cargo bin anyway I got him home took him out of his crate which was clean but he was so dirty so I had to traumatize him even more by giving him a bath so I was concerned for him not only was his flight extended which was not your doing but I was not expecting go get him in the condition that he was in I feel that there was no one looking after him during his flight like I was told So I hope that all the future arrivals of one’s fur baby be less traumatizing to both the puppy’s and the owner than mine by giving the correct pickup location as well as the care of these precious little fur babies other than that I was treated with great customer service and a wonderful bundle of joy Thank you Regina Brown