East german dogs

Because of the strict breeding selection measures in the former DDR, the current “East dogs” will catch anyone’s eye because of their dark pigment, strong, heavy bone structure and stocky builds. These lines also tend to be much more healthy and lack the kind of issues that other lines have. The German Shepherd Dog that has developed in former East Germany with the big bones, broad heads, well balanced character, beautiful rich dark colors, is no phenomenon!! This type of German Shepherd Dog has been very unique and I wish to keep this for the future. So as a lover and admirer of the DDR/East German Shepherd Dogs, I want to preserve what is left of these wonderful dogs and their rare bloodlines. I also have added the Czech bloodlines because they are the same type and carry many of the great DDR/East German Dogs in their pedigrees.

Swampi gained second place in the Minor Puppy and Puppy classes at the Working and Pastoral ...
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Zelda wins CD Stake, Vino second! 9/9/17 3:45:14 PM At North East Counties Working Trials Society Championship Trial on Saturday 9th September 2017, ...
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Zelda and Vino gain their CDex titles 3/9/17 11:47:30 AM Fouranfass GSDs are delighted to report that Vino (F. Phury) gained his CDex title on 2nd ...
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IPO 2 and 3 for Vino within a fortnight! 29/5/17 09:44:18 AM Vino passed his IPO 2 at North East . Trial on 7th May 2017, under Belgian specialist Marinus ...
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To combat these differences, the Phylax Society was formed in 1891 with the intention of creating standardised development plans for native dog breeds in Germany. [25] The society disbanded after only three years due to ongoing internal conflicts regarding the traits in dogs that the society should promote; [25] some members believed dogs should be bred solely for working purposes, while others believed dogs should be bred also for appearance. [43] While unsuccessful in their goal, the Phylax Society had inspired people to pursue standardising dog breeds independently.

American German shepherds represent most of the international show lines of German shepherds and have a very sloped back and sharp angle in their hindquarters. The American lines tend to be longer and leaner than both types of German lines. British German shepherds have large bones and a long, straight body. Both British and American lines have calmer temperaments and lower energy requirements than the German lines. The Czech German shepherd lines have many similarities to the east German lines, and some consider them the same type of German shepherd. Other less known German shepherd lines are the white German shepherds (not albino) and long-haired German shepherds.

East german dogs

east german dogs

American German shepherds represent most of the international show lines of German shepherds and have a very sloped back and sharp angle in their hindquarters. The American lines tend to be longer and leaner than both types of German lines. British German shepherds have large bones and a long, straight body. Both British and American lines have calmer temperaments and lower energy requirements than the German lines. The Czech German shepherd lines have many similarities to the east German lines, and some consider them the same type of German shepherd. Other less known German shepherd lines are the white German shepherds (not albino) and long-haired German shepherds.

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