The German Shepherd is a very intelligent, sensitive, territorial breed of dog with a firm character and stable demeanor. Suspicious of strangers, the German Shepherd is an excellent watchdog. Since German Shepherds are often used as working dogs, they are spontaneous and fearless, energetic and alert. Brave, funny, obedient, and learning enthusiasts.
Known for extreme loyalty and courage. Calm and confident, but hostile. Serious, mentally behaving almost like people. They have a high learning ability. German Shepherds love to be close to their families, but they are very suspicious of strangers. This breed requires being close to its people and should be isolated for long periods of time. They bark only as needed. In general, they get along well with other pets, and they are also great for children in the family.
German Shepherds are affectionate, friendly dogs that were bred to be companions. This lovable breed has so many great attributes that it’s hard to narrow down the worst. But let’s try.