German Shepherd Dogs

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Please take to heart the words of Max von Stephanitz!

"Because, unfortunately, he was not trained in his youth, he was, if left to his  own devices, the worst of mischief-makers, the wildest of fighters, and an  intractable nuisance. His faults were the faults of his education, not of his nature.  He suffered from underutilization of his great need for activity, for if someone  worked with him, he was blissfully happy and the most obedient of dogs".....Max von Stephanitz

"The German Shepherd Dog is a WORKING dog"

Socialization is an absolute necessity, and starts on day ONE. A German Shepherd Dog is a working breed, therefore the best genetic predispositions are useless, if the pups are not sufficiently socialized. The minimum requirements are Puppy Classes, Obedience Classes to Advanced Level, plus many other training options available for this amazing Breed. Schutzhund/IPO/IGP teaches the dog to control it's bite, NOT to bite, and provides an excellent source of socialization.

"A GSD's first job is to be a "Companion to MAN!"

Please see our LINKS page for recommended Breeders or AVAILABLE page for Puppies/Dogs.

Diet and correct exercise are of utmost importance!
The bones, joints, tendons and ligaments are still very soft!
Until 6 months, feed a high quality Puppy Food, consisting
of not higher than 30% protein, but no suppliments, unless recommended by your vet. Excessive protein, vitamins
and minerals can also be harmful. A German Shepherd
Dog grows very fast in a relatively short time. During this
time, the puppy should develop muscles through short
walks and play, but is not to be overexerted. Please do not
allow your puppy to run beside the bicycle until at
least 10 months of age.

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