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Dog Breed Profiles - if you are researching a breed our profiles include temperament, height, weight, breed descriptions, good for children, watch dog, training needs, grooming requirements and more.Similar to the traditional German Shepherd Dog, these dogs are snow-white with black nose, eyes, and lips ; some also have black nails. The height at the shoulders is 21 to 25 inches. They are excellent working, herding and service dogs. Intelligently focused and completely good-natured, White German Shepherds are great watch dogs and home companions. They need frequent grooming due to their double coat. This breed is very good with children and are especially protective. Contact the dog breeders below for your next family friend. Read more on this breed. AKC puppies from OFA DNA adults. Wonderful selection, good with kids. Excelling in obedience, Search / Rescue, bomb, tracking, therapy work. Also raise Wolf Dogs. Also has Wolfdog, German Shepherd. Hip / Health guaranteed. Proven to be trainable for both Schutzhund & Service work.
Puppies and Adults available, Specializing in Snow White German Shepherds, Wonderful loyal companions & protector, We strive to breed puppies that are sound in structure, movement and mind for the ultimate canine friend and family companion, socialized with kids and other animals, Health guarantee, Shipping. AKC White German Shepherd Puppies for sale, Quality Dogs and uncompromising Standards. We breed large, Artic White Shepherds with calm, stable, and outstanding temperaments. Litter Description AKC Champion Bloodline White German Shepherd Puppies for sale Puppies are AKC registered. They have champion bloodlines. They are raised around children, dogs and people. They are very sweet, loving and loyal. Our dogs are part of our family. We are not a kennel.Miniature Pinscher Dog Temperament Among the most energetic of all breeds, the min pin is a perpetual motion machine. He is busy, inquisitive, playful, bold and brash. He retains terrier-like traits and tends to be stubborn and independent.
This is not a breed to live outdoors. His coat is virtually carefree, requiring only occasional brushing to remove dead hair.Miniature Pinscher Dog Health Major concerns: noneMinor concerns: Legg - Perthes, patellar luxationSuggested tests: knee, (eye)The miniature pinscher is not a miniature version of the Doberman pinscher. In fact, he is the older of the two breeds. Clues about the min pin's origin are scarce, but it is noteworthy that a cat-sized red dog resembling a min pin is depicted in a 17th-century painting. By the 19th century, several paintings include dogs of distinct the min pin type. These dogs probably resulted from crossing a small shorthaired terrier (German pinscher) with the dachshund and Italian greyhound. Many of the traits from these breeds can be seen in today's min pins: the strong body structure, feistiness and black and tan coloration of the German pinscher; the fearlessness and red coloration of the dachshund; and the elegance, playfulness and lithe movement of the Italian greyhound.
Yet the miniature pinscher is more than the sum of his parts; he is perhaps the world's most energetic breed! These little German spitfires were developed into a distinct breed, the reh pinscher in the early 1800s, so named because of their resemblance to the small red German roe (reh) deer. Pinscher simply means terrier. The emphasis in the late 1800s was on breeding the tiniest specimens, resulting in crippled ugly dogs. Fortunately, the trend was reversed, and by 1900, the emphasis had returned to elegance and soundness. The min pin quickly became one of the most competitive and popular show dogs in pre-World War I Germany, but after the war, the breed experienced a plunge in numbers. His future was left to those dogs that had been exported before the war. His popularity continued to grow in America, and he received AKC recognition in 1929. Dubbed the king of toys, the min pin slowly accumulated admirers and is presently one of the more popular toy breeds in the United States.Confident, bold, alert and imposing, the Rottweiler is a popular choice for his ability to protect.
As befitting his self-assured nature, he tends to be headstrong and stubborn and is often domineering. He can be reserved, often wary, toward strangers. He may be overly protective if he perceives that his family is being threatened, and he may also attempt to "herd" children. This is a powerful breed that needs socialization, consistent training and daily exercise to be the best he can be , a loyal family member and guardian.Rottweiler Dog Care The Rottweiler needs daily physical and mental activity, either in the form of long walks or jogs, or a vigorous game in a safe area, as well as obedience lessons. He enjoys cold weather and may become overheated in hot weather. He needs to spend significant time inside with his human family, however, so that proper bonding can occur. Coat care is minimal, consisting only of occasional brushing to remove dead hair.Rottweiler Dog Health Major concerns: CHD, elbow dysplasia, SAS, osteosarcoma, gastric torsionMinor concerns: OCD, entropion, ectropion, vWD, panosteitis
Occasionally seen: PRA, cataract, epilepsySuggested tests: hip, elbow, cardiac, blood, (eye)Life span: 8-11 yearsThe Rottweiler's ancestors were probably Roman drover dogs, responsible for driving and guarding herds of cattle as they accompanied Roman troops on long marches. At least one of these marches led to southern Germany, where some of the people and their dogs settled. Throughout the succeeding centuries, the dogs continued to play a vital role as cattle drovers around what was to become the town of Rottweil (which is derived from red tile, denoting the red-tile roof of the Roman baths that had been unearthed there in the eighth century). Rottweil prospered and became a center of cattle commerce. Their dogs drove and guarded cattle, guarded the money earned by the cattle sales and served as draft animals. So evolved the Rottweiler metzgerhund ("butcher dog"), an integral component in the town's industry until the mid-19th century. At that time, cattle driving was outlawed, and dog carting was replaced by donkey carts and railroads.