German Shepherds for Sale
Breed Group: Herding Height: 22-26 inches at the shoulder Weight: 50-90 pounds Life Span: 10-13 years
Staring as one of America’s most popular canine breeds is the dashing German Shepherd. At their core, German Shepherds are a courageous and intelligent find. They are committed to their people and quick to protect their family. These head-turning hunks can settle in nearly anywhere provided their exercise needs are met.
The German Shepherd temperament spans from one of courage and intelligence to a fondness for adventure and love for hard work. German Shepherds originated in Germany and were first intended as working dogs so today they’ll thrive when given a job. Fortunately, they’re easy to train and will fit right in beside a family with little children or an active individual who’s always on the go.
Why you should consider a German Shepherd: German Shepherds thrive on frequent exercise. Unless you are active and excited for lots of dog binding time in the outdoors, you might just want to keep searching for your perfect canine.
Why you shouldn’t consider a German Shepherd: They’ve done it all, almost. German Shepherds are intelligent, athletic, trainable and a perfect companion for the active lifestyle.
- The coat of a German Shepherd is found in a variety of colors although black and tan are most common.
- The German Shepherd fails to appear shy, nervous or aggressive and is polar opposite of a couch potato.
- Although the German Shepherd was first developed from a diverse combination of sheepherding and farm dogs with the intention of herding sheep, it soon became popular as a working dog.
Each German Shepherd puppy listed below comes from an elite VIP breeder who is committed to canine excellence. Our VIP breeders are selected from across the United States and work hard to bring you elite canine treasures.
Learn more about the German Shepherd breed here.