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Did You Ever Thought Of German Shepherd Dogs?

Did You Ever Thought Of German Shepherd Dogs?

22 Feb / 2016



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The German Shepherd Dog is one of the most popular dog breeds — for good reason. He's an intelligent and capable working dog. His devotion and courage are unmatched. And he's amazingly versatile, excelling at most anything he's trained to do: guide and assistance work for the handicapped, police and military service, herding, search and rescue, drug detection, competitive obedience and, last but not least, faithful companion.

Behavioral Traits:
German Shepherd Dogs are protective by nature, which is why they make excellent guard dogs and police dogs. Once a German Shepherd Dog bonds with its family, it may become protective of them when approached by strangers or by friends. This protectiveness may be appropriate or inappropriate, depending upon the situation, and the dog may not always be able to discriminate between those situations. It is important to train the dogs to recognize welcome and unwelcome guests. They may bark as strangers or familiar friends approach your home, but proper socialization and training from an early age will help this very intelligent and proud breed to become well-integrated into a normal social routine. Neither aggression nor timidity should be tolerated. Reputable breeders and trainers generally agree that aggressive tendencies or excessive shyness in German Shepherd Dogs usually are a product of poor breeding, poor training, or both. Potential Dog owners should explore their dog's background and commit to an appropriate socialization and training protocol before making a life-long commitment to the dog. A German Shepherd Dog can provide years of loyal companionship and faithful service.

Differences between Non Hypoallergenic Dogs and Hypoallergenic Dogs

Differences between Non Hypoallergenic Dogs and Hypoallergenic Dogs

03 Jul / 2015



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Even though the differences between non-hypoallergenic dogs and hypoallergenic dogs may not be huge, they are enough to reduce the amount of allergy attacks that people have when they are around certain breeds of dog. For those who want to own a dog, not being able to be in the same room with one for long periods of time, can be frustrating.

Discover The Causes And How You Can Combat This Stinky Problem- If Your Dog Smells

Discover The Causes And How You Can Combat This Stinky Problem- If Your Dog Smells

01 Sep / 2017



Written By: Binita Published In: Dog-Blog Hits: 442 Comment: 0

Most dogs have that "dog smell" to them, especially when they come in out of the rain. However, some dogs tend to stink more than others. This can be due to variety of reasons, some of which may require a veterinarian’s attention. Here are some of the causes of dog odors and the best treatments to combat these odor problems.

Some dogs like to roll in the dirt... and any other smelly item that may be nearby. Regular brushing, grooming and bathing will help to keep your dog smelling clean and fresh.

Do You Care About Your Adult Dog?

Do You Care About Your Adult Dog?

11 Jun / 2015



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Your senior dog has given you many wonderful years of companionship. Don't you owe it to him to make sure his later years are easy and comfortable?

How do you know if your dog is approaching his golden years? Different breeds of dogs mature at different rates, but a good rule of thumb is the larger the dog the faster they mature. Based on this if your dog is seven he is probably experiencing, or at least approaching his senior years. When your dog hits this stage in his life it's important that he receive the right

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