German Shepherd : Temperament, Health And Care Info
The german shepherd may embody some of the best traits of dogs, but he’s not for everyone. Originally bred to herd flocks all day, this is a high-energy dog who needs a lot of activity and exercise. Without it, he’s likely to express his boredom and frustration in ways you don’t like, such as barking and chewing. The german shepherd breed also has an aloof and sometimes suspicious nature — great for a watchdog but not the sort of family dog who’ll make guests feel welcome. But if you expose a german shepherd to many different situations and people starting in puppyhood, he can learn to take new people and circumstances in stride.