German shepherd

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breed of large shepherd dogs used in police work and as a guide for the blind

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He is being cared for by the German Shepherd RRR charity who say they have 36 of the dogs at the minute, many of which are in very poor health due to years of neglect.
Harrison K-9 Security Services, LLC has provided the finest European German Shepherd protectors and loyal companions to families, business executives, entertainers, professional athletes, and law enforcement agencies for more than 40 years.
They lost their German Shepherd six months ago and dote on her.
They are super healthy, strong large boned and have been loved and well socialized with other German shepherds, people and children.
WE'RE LOOKING FOR A NEW HOME Blakey, right, and his fellow German Shepherd Bella, inset
It's always memorable when you are asked to judge but my biggest highlight would have to be representing Wales twice with a German Shepherd called Topaz at Crufts," said Jennifer.
THE fearsome reputation of the German Shepherd has been in decline over recent years.
Question: I have a five-month-old female German Shepherd puppy and am getting mixed advice on whether I should have her sterilised so that she cannot have pups.
Police constable Mark Johnson, 39, left his two German Shepherd dogs for seven hours on one of the hottest days of the year.
It is thought the German Shepherds had been donated by a breeder for public service.
And they arrive frightened, battered and among the most vicious of German shepherds.
We have always had German shepherds but have never encountered one like this.
The force is always on the lookout for unwanted German shepherds or springer spaniels to train as police dogs.
German Shepherds are needed to fill vacancies within the force's unit ready for an initial training course beginning in January.
Kevin, a caretaker at Earlsdon Primary School, lives in Newcombe Road, Earlsdon, Coventry, and owns two German shepherds, Elsa and Kahn.
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