What distinguishes a Shepherd Dog?
The most common and sometimes bothersome trait of a Shepherd Dog is stubbornness, which results from the group’s need to think independently in the absence of a shepherd looking after
Since such willpower may be best at it, it is best to make sure your non-herding dog receives extensive training early in order to become and remain the
Dogs in a herding group are often territorial and reserved for strangers, but are also intelligent. a great tool for solving problems with almost unlimited energy, which is why it is so important to exercise both the body and brain of your canine companion over the years spent together.