The German Shepherd Puppies
breed of large-sized, hardworking dogs originating in Germany, is relatively new to the canine world, first coming into prominence around 1900. Their original purpose was to herd sheep but their intelligence, trainability and obedience ultimately led the dogs along different avenues, including search-and-rescue, police and military work and even acting jobs. German Shepherds are the second most popular breed of dog in the United States, and while the puppies don’t stay small for long, they are a great choice for families looking for a good-natured pet.
Most think German Shepherds
as being only black and tan in color, some dogs are more reddish hued in their coats. This breed of dog also has something called a double coat – they have an outer coat, which will shed throughout the year, and a thick undercoat as well.