Pros & Cons of a German Shepherd | Dog Breeds


I’m Julia Szabo, also known as a Pet Reporter,
and I am the “”Living with Dogs”” columnist for dogster.com. I’ve actually written 6 books and I’m hard
at work on my next one. It will be about about dogs — that’s as much
as I can say right now. I love dogs and I think nobody’s life is complete
without one. So I’m here to tell you about a variety of
different dogs breeds that might suit your lifestyle. I hope you’ll adopt one soon. Probably, the greatest “”Dog Star”” in Hollywood
firmament was a German Shepherd named “”Rin Tin Tin””. This dog was really extraordinary. He was gorgeous, he had talent, he could do
lots of tricks, and he had a really interesting, real life story; that was probably, even more
compelling than the characters that he played. He was discovered and rescued by an American
serviceman during WWI in bombed out French kennel. Because, of “”Rin Tin Tin”” the German Shepherd
became very, very, popular with all kinds of filmmakers, both big screens, and TV. There was a Great show in the 70’s called,
“”Run. Joe. Run.”” and, this was like, a K-9 version of
the fugitive. There was a German Shepherd and he was accused
of having done something very bad, that he was innocent of and he was constantly on the
run. That is one of the reasons I rescue so many
dogs. All right. Is that, is that show. And, the German Shepherd will always have
a special place in my heart, just as he does for so many people. If; you want to have a Shepherd, I hope, you
want to treat him or her nicely, and you don’t want to use him or her to intimidate anyone,
because, that’s really not cool. These dogs are just, cud, cuddly bears, they’re
huggie bears, and they’re very incredibly attached to their owners. They can suffer, separation anxiety, you want
to spend a lot a time with this dog. It’s not the kind of dog you just want to
tie up outside or leave inside alone. Um, this is why they’re really great, at guide
work and police work, search and rescue, they’re incredible with uh, with the blind, they’re
incredible service dogs in general. So, really, if you want a German Shepherd,
make time for him or her because it’s really worth it.

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