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Pups 5

Breeding Dogs 

American German Shepherd

The American German Shepherd is widely bred for show with a focus on appearance instead of working ability. The hind legs bend more and the torso is more angled from front to back. American German Shepherds are known for being elegant with a graceful walk and giving exceptional performances in the show ring. They are one of the most popular dog breeds in the United States. 


The Czech German Shepherd

The Czech German Shepherd possesses the typical facial features of the ordinary German Shepherd Dog – strong jaw, upright and pointed ears, and a thick head. While considered a large breed, the general size of the breed type may be smaller with males reaching 24” to 26” at the shoulder and 66 to 68 pounds, while females grow to be 22” to 24” and 49 to 71 pounds. Puppies will grow until they are 12 months old. An overall dense appearance makes the Czech German Shepherd look significant and powerful. They have a strong jaw and body for catching criminals when they were originally bred is Czechoslovakia. They stand on thick paws with a deep chest. As for coloration, Czech German Shepherds have a Sable coat (also called Agouti), meaning they have small patches of tan, cream, or red around the feet and legs with black or banded fur tips over most of the body. This pigmentation gives the dogs a mostly black appearance. Their colors are more uniform as compared to the black and tan saddle markings of the American German Shepherd show lines. Colors run from black to dark brown to a wolfish gray. 

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