True The German Shepherd Pup Visited Us In Elk Grove

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Here at our Elk Grove clinic, we see a young Shepherd pup named True whose ears have just started to stand up and whose enormous paws indicate his potential development into a formidably large adult. Also True is at a perfect age to begin his early training which is essential to him being well adjusted and well behaved. The German Shepard is a relatively new dog from the mid 19th Century which and was bred in Germany from sheep-herding dogs and perhaps some wolf. They are highly trainable, very intelligent and are the 3’rd best learners of the Dog World. The flip side of Shepherd’s remarkable intelligence is that if left to its own devices or if left without plenty of human contacts and training the Shepherd can develop some disagreeable habits and psychological problems. Also, they are strong and loyal but can carry some physical flaws which should be carefully investigated before buying or breeding them. Start training your Shepherd thoughtfully and early and expect a long and rewarding relationship with this universally capable breed. – Geoffrey Antipa



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