German Shepherd Dog

German Shepherd

 Dog The German Shepherd dog belongs to the chain of large working dogs that are characterized by its intelligence, as this breed was born in Germany, to guard and to care for the sheep flock, and the German Shepherd dog needs an active lifestyle, and it is considered an ideal companion and protector.

Physical characteristics

 The German Shepherd dog is distinguished by its double-coat fur, as it is thick and dense, and may be wavy sometimes, and the color of its fur is black, sometimes mixed with a slight redness of average length throughout the year with some rare species that mix white and blue, as well as The German Shepherd Dog is tall and large in size, ranging in length from 56 cm to 66 cm, which is distinguished by its speed, lightness of movement, and softness.


The amount of food required for a German Shepherd dog depends on its size, where the dog lives for a period ranging between ten to 12 years, and for this it is important to focus on feeding it, and send it to the veterinarian to determine the size and number of meals the dog needs, while making sure that he drinks clean water and is available For him always, knowing that there are specialized companies to prepare dog food according to its types, which can be relied upon..


 The German Shepherd dog is distinguished by its dedication to protecting its family, its loyalty to it, and its control of any questionable or suspicious behavior, especially by strangers, and although it is familiar with other animals it may be dominant and firm with other dogs, and it is indicated that the German Shepherd dog is very smart, And is able to do many tasks.

Health problems 

The German Shepherd dog usually suffers from some health problems, which are hereditary in the breed, including the following:

  • Thigh joint abnormalities. Malfunction of the elbow tissue. 
  • Stomach expansion. 
  • Spinal cord abnormalities.