Price of shepherds across Germany
The price of shepherds across Germany
I. Sichuan German Shepherd Price
General:around 1000 to 2000>
II. Price of German Shepherd Dog in Shandong
Varies widely, 600-3000>
III. Price of German Shepherd Dog in Kunming
IV. German Shepherd Puppy Prices
General: 600 to 1200>
Better:around 2000 to 3000
V. German Shepherd Purebred Prices
It varies widely, from $3,000 to tens of thousands of dollars
VI. Longhaired German Shepherd Price
Purebred: over 10,000>
Not so pure:5000 to 70,000>
VII. Price of German Black-backed Sheepdog
About $2000 to $5000>
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Exposing the German Shepherd Price Trap
Uncovering the German Shepherd price trap
Kunming dogs and German Shepherds are so similar that some traders may mix them up to get a higher profit. Here’s how to tell the difference between a Kunming dog and a German Shepherd.
Difference between the Kunming and German Shepherd Dogs
The German Shepherd has bent hind legs and the Kunming is straight.
The German Shepherd has a long coat and a bit of a long neck and legs. Kunming is short-haired.
The German Shepherd has a big head and a big mouth, and the Kunming has a small head and a small mouth.
The German Shepherd is a double-coated dog and the Kunming is a single-coated dog.
German Shepherd does not have hind feet flying paws wolf paws, Kunming has hind flies divided into single and double flies>
Most German Shepherds in Kunming do not have a distinct four eyes on their heads.
The German Shepherd grew up with a clear back flow. Kunming grew up without it.
The German Shepherd walks in a pedal trot position and the Kunming in a projectile position.
The German Shepherd’s tail is slightly removed and slightly shorter. The Quimby is long and thin.
Of course, the cross between Kunming and German Shepherd may have two characteristics
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How to choose a good and healthy German Shepherd?
How to choose a good healthy German Shepherd? >
More simply, the hindquarters are collapsed and the back is bowed.
The details are as follows:>
A good German Shepherd gives the impression of a strong, agile, muscular, alert and energetic dog. The front and hindquarters are smooth and harmonious. The length of the body is slightly greater than the height, the body is very deep, and the smooth curve of the body profile is better than the angles. The body is strong but not slender and gives the impression of being muscular and agile, neither clumsy nor weak. The ideal German Shepherd gives the impression of good quality and a sense of nobility that is hard to describe, but can be distinguished at a glance without error. Depending on the sex, the gender traits are very distinct, either masculine or soft.
This breed has very distinct personality traits: direct, bold and invincible. Expression: assertive, apparently aloof, which makes him less accessible and less likely to establish friendships. This breed must be approachable, stand calmly, appear confident, be open to arrangements and not stubborn. He should be calm, but if the opportunity allows, he will appear enthusiastic and alert. He has the ability to be a companion, watchdog, guide dog, shepherd or guard dog. He is capable of performing any task. He must not appear timid or shy, hiding behind his owner or dog owner; not look nervous, look around, look upward or be nervous, such as hearing strange noises or seeing strange odd things, picking up his tail. Lack of confidence in any environment is a sign of poor psychological quality. Lack of good temperament is a serious deficiency and it is best to keep him out of the game. The judge must check his teeth, testicles and other parts of his body. Any attempt to bite the judge is a disqualification. The ideal German Shepherd should be a working dog that is not easy to buy and has the body structure and gait to allow him to perform very difficult tasks, which is the main purpose of the standard.
III. Body type
The ideal shoulder height for males is about 24 to 26 inches; the ideal shoulder height for females is about 22 inches to 24 inches.
The German Shepherd’s body length is slightly greater than its height, with an ideal ratio of 10/8.5. Body length is measured from the sternum to the end of the pelvis, at the prominence of the sit bones. The ideal body length is not provided by the length of the back alone, but by the overall length well-proportioned, in harmony with height. When viewed from the side, the composition of body length includes the length of the forequarters, the length of the horse’s shoulder ridge, and the length of the hindquarters.
The head is noble, with simple lines, strong but not bulky, but not too slim overall and in proportion to the body. The male’s head shows majesty, while the female’s head shows softness.
Expression: sharp, intelligent, calm. Eyes: Medium-sized, almond-shaped, slightly slanted, not prominent. Color as dark as possible. Ears: Slightly pointed, symmetrical head proportions, forward, note that the ears are erect and that the ideal posture ear posture is such that the center lines of the ears are parallel to each other and perpendicular to the ground when viewed from the front. Cropped ears or vertical ears are not acceptable.
Seen from the front, the forehead is moderately rounded and arched, the head is tilted and long, the muzzle is wedge-shaped, and the stop is not obvious. Muzzle: long and sturdy, with contour lines parallel to those of the head. Noseglasses: black. If the noseglasses are not completely black is out of order. The lips are well fitted and the jaw is strong. Teeth: 42 teeth, 20 maxillary and 22 mandibular, with strong teeth and a shear bite. The upper jaw protruding bite or pincer bite is out of order and the lower jaw protruding bite is out of order. Complete tooth system. Lack of teeth other than first premolars is a serious defect.
V. Neck, backline, body
The neck is firm, muscular, well-defined, relatively long, and in proportion to the head, with no loose skin. When he is attentive or excited, he lifts his head and raises his neck. Otherwise, the typical posture is to extend the neck forward to support the head rather than upward, bringing the head slightly above the shoulders, especially when exercising. Back line:The horse is positioned with the highest shoulder rung, tilted backwards and transitioning to a straight back. The back is straight and very stable, with no sinking or arching. The back is very short, giving the impression that the entire body is deep and reliable, but not bulky. Chest:Starting from the sternum, full, and down to the legs. The chest is deep and wide, not shallow, giving enough space for the heart and lungs, protruding forward, with the sternum protruding in front of the shoulder blades when viewed in profile. Ribs: well expanded, long, neither barrel chest nor flat chest. The ribs extend downward to the elbow. Proper rib tissue allows the elbow to move freely back and forth as the dog trots. Ribs that are too round will interfere with elbow movement and cause the elbow to turn out; ribs that are too flat or too short will cause the elbow to bend inward. The ribs are properly set back, making the loin relatively short. Stable abdomen with no large belly. Lower abdominal curve raises the waist only moderately.
Waist: Wide and strong when viewed from above. The length from the last rib to the thigh, as viewed from the side, is incorrect and out of line. The hips are long and gradually sloping. Tail:The hair is dense and the tail vertebrae extend at least to the fly joint. The tail is smoothly united with the rump and low in position, not too high. At rest, the tail hangs straight down, slightly curved and saber-like. A slight hooking, sometimes to the side of the body, is a defect to the extent that it would spoil the overall appearance. When the dog is excited or exercising, the curve is enhanced and the tail protrudes, but never curls beyond the vertical line. Any short stiff end of the tail is a serious defect. A broken tail is a disqualification.
The scapula is long and angled, lying flat, not quite forward. The upper arm and scapula form a right angle. The scapulae and upper arms are well muscled. From any angle, the forelimbs are straight and bony-oval, rather than rounded. f The bones are strong and flexible, at an angle of 25 degrees to the vertical line. Forelimb wolf claws may be removed, but are usually retained.
Short paws, compact rounded arched toes, thick stable pads, short, dark black toenails.
When viewed from the side, the entire thigh tissue is very wide, and the upper and lower thigh muscles are well developed and stable, at right angles whenever possible. The upper part of the thigh bone is parallel to the scapula, and the lower part of the thigh bone is parallel to the upper arm bone. The metatarsus the part between the fly joint and the paw is short, strong and closely knit. The wolf claws, if present in the hind limbs, must be removed. The feet are the same as the forelimbs.
The ideal dog has a medium length double coat. The outer layer is as thick as possible and the hair is straight, coarse, stiff, and flat against the body. A slightly wavy coat, usually with bristly textured hair, is allowed. The head, including the ears, forehead, legs and soles, is covered with short hair and the neck is long and thick. The forelimbs and hind legs are slightly longer behind the hind legs, extending to the f-bone and fly joint, respectively. Defects:Soft coat; silky coat; long outer coat; woolly coat; curly coat; open coat.
German Shepherds are colorful, and most colors are allowed. Intense colors are preferred. Dark, faded, blue and liver colors are serious defects. White dogs do not qualify.
The gait of the German Shepherd is of the trotting type. His body structure determines that he is capable of doing his job. General impression: his gait is beyond imagination, elastic, very relaxed, smooth and rhythmic, with a large stride and low frequency. When pacing, the stride is large, as the forelimbs and hindlimbs are large. At the trot, the stride length of the front and hind limbs is not as large, but the overall stride length is still quite large and the movement is powerful but easy. The gait is stable due to the coordinated and balanced movements, just like a good lube machine. The foot paws are very close to the ground both when extending forward and when stomping backwards. To achieve the ideal gait of this breed requires very well developed muscles and strong ligaments. The body drive, through the back, transmits a strong power slightly upward to the whole body and propels it forward. Hind limbs extend a long distance under the body, across the trail left by the front paws, the hind paws grip the ground, the fly joint, the hind knee, and the upper thighs begin to move, and the hind pedals. Until the hind limb movement is complete, the hind paws remain close to the ground and move smoothly. An overextended hind limb will result in one hind paw landing on the outside of the front paw footprint and the other hind paw landing on the inside of the front paw footprint. This movement is not a defect unless he deviates from the correct walking line.
Ear clipping or drooping ears
The nosepiece is not completely black
Protruding chin with broken tail
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Small profile: Introduction to German Shepherd
Small profile: Introduction to German Shepherd
Breed Name: German Shepherd Dog
Place of origin: Germany
Body Type: Large Dog
Life expectancy: about 11-12 years
Breed Description:The German Shepherd is divided into the short-haired bow-back and the long-haired flat-back. There is no difference in personality or intelligence between these two types of dogs; the difference is in their size and coat quality. After a bitch breeds her puppies, the long-haired straight-backed dog is usually eliminated by the breeder. This is often thought of as a return to ancestry. This still happens with many purebred German Shepherds. A good German Shepherd gives the impression of being:strong, agile, muscular, alert, and energetic. The front and hindquarters are smooth and harmonious. The body length is slightly greater than the height, the body is very deep, and the smooth curve of the body profile is better than the angles. The body is strong but not slender and gives the impression of being muscular and agile, neither clumsy nor weak. The ideal German Shepherd gives the impression of good quality and a sense of nobility that is hard to describe, but can be distinguished at a glance without error. Depending on the sex, the gender traits are very distinct, either masculine or soft.
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