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German Shepherd Dog

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Synonym(s): Alsatian, GSD


Introduction

General information

  • Originates from German sheepdog stock (Deutsche Shaferhund).
  • Since 1914, the breed has been a popular export from Germany.
  • A fine working dog and an excellent pet, the German Shepherd's versatility, intelligence and trainability, has ensured its long-term popularity.

Biological Data

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