The German Shepard is an awesome classic. From full breed to mixed, these Shepards stand out in their features. It’s about the closest canine to a wolf you can legally partner up with.
Wolves are scary creatures, but there have been many beast masters that prove they can be loving. Like any wild animal, they can be domesticated with a whole lot of love and attention. However, letting them live their wild lives as they. become more aquatinted with humanity is preferred.
These Shepards are an example of wolves who over many many years have been domesticated and breaded into the classic beast from 1899. German Sheppards were officially named in 1977 after people called them “Alsatian Wolf Dog”.
The German Shepherd is a medium to big breed. Their standard height is 24–26 inches for males and 22–24 inches for females. They are longer than tall, with an optimal proportion of 10 to 8 1⁄2.
They also have a domed forehead, a long square mouth with powerful jaws, and a black nose. The eyes are medium and brown. The ears are long and upright, open from the front and parallel, but they are frequently drawn down during activity.
When mixed with other breeds, the German Shepards features stand out. Wether its big pointed ears, long. snouted or spotted color fur, you can tell that somewhere in the mixes DNA is a German Shepard.
Would you get a German Shepard or Shepard mix?
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