The Red and black German Shepherd Dog is a natural protector and so adaptable and intelligent that he has performed just about every job known to dogs. If he had opposable thumbs, he would be unstoppable.
Strikingly intelligent and obedient, purebreed Black German Shepherd puppies are more than devoted pets - they are lifelong companions. Pure breed german shepherd puppies have the right temperament to make engaging family pets. Leave them aloof or confined; these pups will grow mischievous and become high-strung.
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The adorable appearance of the German Shepherd dog is known to all. They are very adorable and majestic to look at. German Shepherds can have different coat lengths and they are-
Grooming is essential to prevent the dog’s coat from becoming tangled. GSDs usually shed heavily twice a year. Proper grooming helps in controlling shedding and keeps the coat nice. Also, regular grooming keeps your dog’s skin healthy and allows you to check if your dog has any parasites and sore patches. Grooming also massages your dog’s skin and improves blood circulation.
The best thing about the German Shepherd breed is it’s easy to maintain. They only need just a quick brushing a few times a week. A thorough brush helps to remove loose hairs from their coat and keep the fur nice and shiny. During the shedding time, frequent brushing is required to prevent the mess caused by heavy shedding.
The German Shepherds don’t need frequent baths. Giving the occasional baths should suffice to help them clean and smell nice. Trimming your dog’s nails is important to prevent over-growth of nails. Your dog can end up hurting you unintentionally if the nails are too long. When trimming your dog’s nails, make sure to do it safely without hurting your dog.
Invest in quality dog grooming products to ensure proper and safe grooming. Make sure to groom your dog regularly. The best part of grooming is it allows you to strengthen the bond with your lovable pet and it’s a pleasurable experience for both you and your dog. Therefore, do not forget to groom your precious German Shepherd dog.
The price is determined by a number of factors including but not limited to: the breeder's location, lineage and show record. In general, expect to pay between $1,200-$3,000 for a German Shepherd from a well-known kennel with Champion bloodlines.