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  • There is a lot of variation in the German Shepherd dog's life span. The breed is susceptible to certain health issues and weaknesses that can drastically shorten its life.

    How Long Do German Shepherds Live?

    How Long Do German Shepherds Live?

    by Sam Shepards2

  • Are you looking for a cat-friendly dog? Do you want to know which breeds of dogs or cats are most likely to get along? Here's a list of five great dog breeds that like and get along with cats, a list of three dog-friendly cats, and a list of dogs that are less likely to love cats.

    Five Dog Breeds That Like and Are Good With Cats

    Five Dog Breeds That Like and Are Good With Cats

    by Dr Mark96

  • Do you consider owning a German Shepherd dog? Do you wonder if having a German Shepherd is a good idea? Let's see what is most important when it comes to wanting to own this breed.

    Would You Be a Good German Shepherd Owner?

    Would You Be a Good German Shepherd Owner?

    by Sam Shepards3

  • Surprisingly, many of America’s favorite dog breeds top the list of dogs with the best sense of smell. Meet the superstars of scent and discover the amazing careers their noses lead them to.

    10 Dog Breeds With the Best Sense of Smell

    10 Dog Breeds With the Best Sense of Smell

    by Solaras15

  • The Abruzzese Sheepdog is an indigenous breed from central Italy, and in particular, the regions of Abruzzo and the Maremma. It is primarily bred for the protection of sheep flocks from predators such as wolves.

    The Maremma or Abruzzese Sheepdog

    The Maremma or Abruzzese Sheepdog

    by Jerry Cornelius2

  • East German Shepherds have a rough reputation, but they are actually capable of being very affectionate dogs and make great companions. Hopefully, you'll understand a bit more about these shepherds after reading this article.

    East German Shepherd Dogs

    East German Shepherd Dogs

    by Sam Shepards1

  • German Shepherds enjoy playing. When you consider the activities that you do with your dog as play, you'll do them more often and it'll be a lot of fun.

    Get Your German Shepherd to Play With You

    Get Your German Shepherd to Play With You

    by Sam Shepards3

  • Do you need a dog that will work with your livestock, not chase your chickens, keep your shed free of rats, and still have time to spend with your family? Take a look at the six best choices and find out the pros and cons of each type before you make that final selection.

    Six Best Dog Breeds for a Small Backyard Farm

    Six Best Dog Breeds for a Small Backyard Farm

    by Dr Mark4

  • There are good and bad dogs in any breed. A dog's behavior all depends on how the dog is treated and trained—not its breed. I'm going to share some positive stories about Pit Bulls and show how truly heroic they can be.

    Positive Stories About Pit Bull Dog Heroes

    Positive Stories About Pit Bull Dog Heroes

    by Sheila Brown58

  • Boston Terriers are known as the "American Gentleman" with their classic black and white tuxedo coats. The 21st most popular dog breed, these cuties are a favorite. Their coats come in a variety of beautiful colors, including rare types—but who breeds rare coat types and are they more expensive?

    Boston Terrier Coat Colors: All About the Breed

    Boston Terrier Coat Colors: All About the Breed

    by Layne Holmes2

  • Most people have never heard of a McNab stock dog (also known as a McNab border collie). Here's your chance to meet a very special member of this very special breed. Meet Earl the McNab.

    A Personal Introduction to a McNab Dog

    A Personal Introduction to a McNab Dog

    by Marcy J. Miller174

  • Having a healthy weight is important for German Shepherds. They are active dogs, and to prevent health issues, you should never overfeed them. Let's look at what is considered average heights and weights for this breed.

    German Shepherd Breed Target Height and Weight

    German Shepherd Breed Target Height and Weight

    by Sam Shepards2

  • This article details the history of the German Shepherd Dog. It focuses on the breed's various jobs and how it has been generally perceived by people. This article is less focused on genetics and bloodlines.

    The History of German Shepherd Dogs

    The History of German Shepherd Dogs

    by Sam Shepards1

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