What is a German Shepherd's food and shelter?
There is nothing unusual about either the food or shelter requirements of a German Shepherd as compared to other breeds of dog. You can feed them dog food, and give them various types of shelter depending upon the weather (they do not have long hair and should not be left out in extreme cold).
German German Shepherds and American German Shepherds have a few distinct differences. The German German Shepherds are mostly black with a tiny bit of dark brown and the American German Shepherds are mostly brown with some black. Purebred (or German) German Shepherds are also a little taller, and larger than the American ones.
Aye aye aye... German shepherds are HERDING dogs, not attack dogs. They are Friendly. I would trust any of the past, say, 20 German shepherds with any baby. They are sweet and loving, and rarely ever attack. The myth of German shepherds being attack dogs started when the percent of German shepherds being police dogs grew to 75%. They were bred for protecting flocks of sheep from wolves.
White German Shepherds are still German Shepherds, no matter what colour they are. However, white German Shepherds are usually disqualified in serious shows due to this coat colour not being in the breed standard. Historically, white German Shepherds were culled at birth due to their superstitious owners thinking that they were bad luck (like black cats or walking under a ladder).
Compare the two breed standards, see links below. * Akitas were developed in Japan, German Shepherds in Germany. * Akitas were originally developed as hunters, German Shepherds as sheep herders. * Akitas and German Shepherds are generally the same height, but on average an Akita will probably weigh a little more. * Akitas are a very ancient breed, while German Shepherds are relatively knew (established in 1899). * on Stanley Coren's Intelligence of dogs scale…