German Shepherd Dog

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Any Products to Stop Sod/Grass/Dirt Eating?3 days agoGerman Shepherd Dog
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Russian bloodlines5 weeks agoGerman Shepherd Dog
Condolences on Jiri Novotny passing RIP3 weeks agoGerman Shepherd Dog
Advice on Naming a Kennel6 weeks agoGerman Shepherd Dog
Pedigree Opinion6 weeks agoGerman Shepherd Dog
Edit rights2 months agoGerman Shepherd Dog
Anyone have experience with this sire? How does he produce?2 months agoGerman Shepherd Dog
Ani vom Kalibeck —-Lil’ Bit——2 months agoGerman Shepherd Dog
What do you think about this pedigree?6 days agoGerman Shepherd Dog
Studs that produce pups with testicular issues3 months agoGerman Shepherd Dog
Mating Outcome of Mating Outcome?13 days agoGerman Shepherd Dog
Is donating a Puppy/Dog to a disabled person Tax Deductible?3 months agoGerman Shepherd Dog
Hamangiosarcoma4 months ago
thoughts4 months ago
Floppy ears in German Shepherds - genetical issue?12 hours ago
European WL breeder recommendations3 months agoGerman Shepherd Dog
Verifying German Shepherd Dog Show Title results4 months agoGerman Shepherd Dog
AKC registration issues with my 2 young males3 months agoGerman Shepherd Dog
AKC withholds reg of litter because of sale of stud after a litter was born3 months agoGerman Shepherd Dog

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Traveling with Your Dog

Traveling with Your Dog

Dogs are a part of the family, and they go everywhere with us.  Whether it just a short trip for an errand, to the park, to a training class, or to a competitive event, you have to plan ahead to travel safely with your dog.

  • Starting Your Dog in Tracking

    Tracking is a sport where the people take the passenger’s seat.  The dog is in the lead and is able to confidently do what comes naturally to it, and we must learn to trust in this ability.  For some people, trusting the dog and letting it lead are two of the hardest parts of beginning work in tracking.

  • The Belgian Malinios

    The Belgian Malinios is also known as the Belgian Shepherd. However, despite its superficial resemblance to the German Shepherd, the Belgian Malinios is actually a type of sheep dog. Weighing in at 60 to 80 pounds when fully grown, and measuring between 22 and 26 inches in height, the Malinios is classified as a medium-sized working dog.



 


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