GERMAN SHEPHERD DOGS
"The breeder on a small scale, one who works with one or two bitches, is the most suitable breeder for working dogs because he can care for his breeding animals and their progeny… and can produce sound strong animals that can be trained."
Captain Max von Stephanitz
(Founder of German Shepherd Dogs)
A.N.K.C. - Dogs Victoria (Registration# 3100034530)
Animal Welfare Victoria (Source Number# RB100917)
Canine health is something that must be catered for, even before bringing your puppy home, meaning and starting with the obvious "motherhood statement" that "prevention is better than cure".
We are certainly not Veterinarians, but we do have a modicum of canine health exerperience and certainly are only too ready to listen to the expertise and wisdom of professionals and happy to pass on our observations to our puppys' families and teams.
This page and it's sub-menu subjects, is all about providing information of possible interest that may give you some initial source for consideration.
As always, we welcome your thoughts and suggestions and give credit to those professionals identified for their expertise and frank and forthright opinions in the interest of canine welfare.
The following issues are brought to your attention for consideration on how such matters might affect the welfare of your working line German Shepherd Dog -