We want you and your puppy to bond in any way possible, and the best way to nurture and develop a strong connection with your shepherd is to feed your dog with your hand. A puppy will eat 3 small meals a day (one cup, three times a day). Feeding your dog more
Being a kennel of longstanding history, it is important for us to keep the traditional standards when it pertains to our breedings. One question we are often asked about is why we have limitations on the naming of our puppies. This rule is in place for several reasons. The Verein für deutsche Schäferhunde
There’s no doubt about it. The German shepherd loves the winter season. The snow is fresh on the ground, spreading its thick white embrace on everything in sight. You open the back door to let your dog out for his morning business, and YIKES! Your dog springs into action, pouncing and leaping from one end
Bigger is not better when it comes to your German shepherd. The overall size of your shepherd is mainly determined by genetics, however the diet and exercise your pet receives can have an effect on the mature size of your shepherd, as well. A healthy diet is crucial to the development of your German shepherd.
Showing a German shepherd is a sport. There is a lot that goes into properly presenting your dog in the ring. As with any sport, it is necessary to properly train and condition your German shepherd. Training should begin with your show line German shepherd dog as soon as you bring them home. This growing
Event Dates: April 28th til May 1, 2016 This year's USCA Sieger show will be held in Indianapolis, IN. It is among one of the top shows in the United States that gives German shepherd enthusiasts a chance to present their dogs in the ring. Owners of the breed spend countless hours to prepare
2015 Landesgruppen-Zuchtschau/ Bayern-Süd Ingolstadt Sunday's show was a great one to watch in Inglostadt, home of the Audi. Although the temperature was a boiling 92 degrees, the crowds turned out to watch the beautiful German shepherd breed strut its stuff around the ring. I would say the dogs looked great considering the high temperatures.
If it ain’t broke don’t fix it. Leave well enough alone. Say something like this to a German and be prepared to be confronted with a cross-eyed, glazed over stare. Germans are known world-wide for their excellent standards and steady journey to perfectionism as seen in the manufacturing of autos and many other industries, including