German Shepherd Dog

Pedigree Database

 
  Click ancestor to traverse. Double-click to view pedigree page
Thread Latest post Forum
Edit rights2 weeks agoGerman Shepherd Dog
Anyone have experience with this sire? How does he produce?3 weeks agoGerman Shepherd Dog
Ani vom Kalibeck —-Lil’ Bit——12 days agoGerman Shepherd Dog
What do you think about this pedigree?8 days agoGerman Shepherd Dog
Studs that produce pups with testicular issues4 weeks agoGerman Shepherd Dog
Mating Outcome of Mating Outcome?5 weeks agoGerman Shepherd Dog
Is donating a Puppy/Dog to a disabled person Tax Deductible?4 weeks agoGerman Shepherd Dog
Hamangiosarcoma2 months ago
thoughts2 months ago
Floppy ears in German Shepherds - genetical issue?8 weeks ago
European WL breeder recommendations7 weeks agoGerman Shepherd Dog
Verifying German Shepherd Dog Show Title results2 months agoGerman Shepherd Dog
AKC registration issues with my 2 young males3 weeks agoGerman Shepherd Dog
AKC withholds reg of litter because of sale of stud after a litter was born6 weeks agoGerman Shepherd Dog
Effects of a good environment in raising dogs3 months agoGerman Shepherd Dog
Harysson Ad-Gur3 months agoGerman Shepherd Dog
Asking for help with Pedigree Questions and others3 months agoGerman Shepherd Dog
Drives and genetics3 months agoGerman Shepherd Dog
HELP WITH ADDING TO MY PEDIGREE3 months agoGerman Shepherd Dog
New pup4 months agoGerman Shepherd Dog

Sample photo gallery

Articles

Questions to Ask a Breeder

Questions to Ask a Breeder

If you have decided on a breed of dog, then probably you have already done a decent amount of research about that particular breed’s characteristics, history, temperament, appearance and potential health problems. Then again, maybe you have selected a breed based on childhood memories of another dog or because a

  • An Introduction to Herding

    Herding is one of oldest canine activities available.  It has real world applications and is still in place for viable farm assistance in many places.  For urban individuals, herding has become more of a training activity for competition for those breeds of dogs with natural instinct.

  • Training a SAR (Search and Rescue) Dog

    A well trained SAR dog is a sight to behold.  The dog can evenly maneuver the most difficult of terrain with the grace of a mountain goat all the while looking for a trapped or hidden human being.  This type of work is often done on the fly, at the drop of the hat, with little advanced warning.  It requires a talented dog and a special handler willing to invest the time and effort.



 


Contact information  Disclaimer  Privacy Statement  Copyright Information  Terms of Service  Cookie policy  ↑ Back to top