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by Malcolm B. Willis
Pages: 80 pages
Category: Pets & Animal Care
Publisher: Howell Book House (October 1, 1993)
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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Malcolm B. Willis (Author). This is a comprehensive book on the German Shepherd Dog. It probably contains way too much information for the average GSD owner but for those wanting to really understand the breed and its origins or those running a German Shepherd Dog breeding program or kennel (hobby or commercial) this is a must read if you can find a copy. One person found this helpful.
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Dr Malcolm B Willis - canine geneticist, scientist author, judge, breeder. Firstly, how good are the animals to be bred from relative to the mean of the population from which they came, secondly how heritable is the trait. The greater the superiority of the breeding group and the higher the heritability, the greater the potential progress. Some animals are exceptional as specimens but may not breed as well as they look because animal performance is not an exact guide. The higher the heritability the easier it is to predict performance but even with moderately high heritabilities, some dogs will breed worse or better than expected.
The breed was officially known as the Alsatian in the UK from after the First World War until 1977 when its name was changed back to German Shepherd. Despite its primitive, wolf-like appearance the German Shepherd is a relatively modern breed of dog, with their origin dating to 1899.
German Shepherd Dog. My decision in purchasing this book was the arrival of my first German Shep puppy. Enjoy your pet and one thing all books had in common was the GSD is a very smart dog and they are very adaptable and learn extremely quickly.
Sam Shephard is an experienced German Shepherd owner and has learned throughout the years how to optimize the . These dogs have very similar body styles to the American and Canadian German Shepherd types, but it is preferable that this dog be red with a black saddle, rather than tan.
Sam Shephard is an experienced German Shepherd owner and has learned throughout the years how to optimize the breed's health and wellness. Many Different Types of German Shepherds. West German Working Lines. These dogs are considered to be true to the dogs bred when Max von Stephanitz, the founder of the German Shepherd breed, was alive. Von Stephanitz believed deeply that the best dogs would have the right personality and temperament first, and the right looks second.
Is the noble and diligent German shepherd dog the right breed for you? . Characteristics, History, Care Tips, and Helpful Information for Pet Owners. Talk to other GSD owners, reputable breeders, and rescue groups to learn more.
Is the noble and diligent German shepherd dog the right breed for you? Learn about its temperament, appearance, history, care, health, and more. By Jenna Stregowski, RVT. Updated 10/08/19. If you’re interested in similar breeds, look into these breeds to compare the pros and cons.
German shepherd dogs get along well with children and other pets if. .
German shepherd dogs get along well with children and other pets if raised with them, but in keeping with their guarding instincts, they tend to be wary of strangers. The breed is considered to be smart and easy to train. Some poorly bred German shepherd dogs can be highly strung and nervous. German shepherd dogs are active and like to have something to do. They need ample exercise daily; otherwise, they can get into mischief or become highly strung.