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Facts about German

The breed was named Deutscher Schäferhund by von Stephanitz, literally translating to “German Shepherd Dog”. The breed was so named due to its original purpose of assisting shepherds in herding and protecting sheep.

German Shepherds make wonderful mothers and can have very large litters. I have bred everything from 1 single puppy to 15 puppies. Their usual litter size is around 8 puppies. The majority of German Shepherd puppies born, the first pup will be a male (typical male always impatient).

German Shepherd or GSD serve as an ideal family dog. They are considered as good house dogs because of their calm nature and caring temperament. ... 1- German Shepherd is an intelligent dog breed – The largest percentage of police dogs all over the world are GSD's.

Potential animal aggression. Most German Shepherds are good with other dogs and cats in their own family. But some German Shepherds are quite dominant, or even aggressive, toward other dogs of the same sex. And some German Shepherds show strong predatory behavior toward cats and other animals that run.

The German flag consists of the colors of the coat-of-arms of the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation (i.e. the First Reich) - a black eagle, with red beak and claws, on a gold field. The red, at least, does not mean anything; it is usual to paint the claws red, unless the beast itself is red or on a red field.Sep 13, 2014

The traditional Christmas meal features duck, goose, rabbit or a roast. This main dish is accompanied by German delicacies such as apple and sausage stuffing, red cabbage and potato dumplings. Dessert typically includes Christmas Stollen, considered one of the best Christmas pastries in the world!