GERMAN SHEPHERD DOGS
Dogs are considered to be the world’s most common pet. In the course of human history, millions of domesticated dogs have been kept either as companions at homes or helpers in various needs. They are loved not simply on account of their unparalleled display of intelligence and perceived usefulness, but also because they are the kind of animals that are able to establish long-term relationships with man. As a matter of fact, man’s fondness for dogs is something that manifests frequently. If one were to take a stroll at a park or jog on a beach, one is almost sure to find someone taking his or her pet dogs for a walk. As indeed, one can rarely find a house in the neighborhood that is not a home for a dog or two. The military and police forces use them to track persons or things, inasmuch as shepherds seek their help to protect herds from wolves and other threats. If these say anything about them, they only show that dogs play a very important role in human affairs no other kind of animals can perhaps fill.
The German Shepherd Dog
Among the many breeds of dogs available for keeping, there are those that stand out as most commonly-owned. One example is the German Shepherd Dog. Said to have been bred somewhere in mid-western Europe during the 1800’s, German Shepherd Dogs now figure in many homes kept as pets or in military units trained as attack dogs or sniffers during police operations. German Shepherd Dogs possess an unmistakably unique comportment. At first sight, they elicit a considerable amount of fear from, or exude a certain level of aggression towards people. Their general appearance can be characterized as being proud and straightforward. When they stand, they look very confident and unbending; and for most part of the day, they appear very serious. Their towering ears – which under normal circumstances are upwardly erected, pointing towards the front – serve well in making them look attentive. To top that, their...
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