Do you love German Shepherds? Have you watched every episode of Inspector Rex and are in love with this breed of dog? Anyone who has already decided to do so will agree that German Shepherds are the last breed to consider when choosing a companion dog – unless you don’t care about their crazy plans. And the photos in this article beautifully illustrate why this is true.
Out Side invites you to look at German Shepherds through the eyes of their owners and understand that these dogs and a quiet life cannot exist together.
1. They never sleep.
Possible reasons are that there is a problem with his diet, he is sick, there is not enough exercise, there is a problem with his sleeping environment, separation anxiety, or he may have inadvertently rewarded the behavior.
2. There is no way to teach them anything.
3. It is impossible to take them anywhere.
You can’t take them anywhere. They will never sit still. You won’t be able to rest and just enjoy your surroundings. These guys know how to ruin a good time.
4. They are terrifying!
They are large dogs, usually, especially the males. They have lots and lots of energy and are very exuberant. They are also very physical, even when they are calm and affectionate.
5. And when they are left alone, they will destroy everything they can.
Destruction due to boredom and lack of exercise
If your German Shepherd only starts destroying things after you’ve left the house for a certain amount of time, he probably does it simply out of boredom. In fact, boredom is the most common trigger for destructive behavior in dogs.
6. It is not a good idea to keep these dogs in a small house..
Many shepherds live in small huts, including those in Germany. Or were you talking about German shepherd dogs? They are quite active, so you should provide a space for them to bounce around.
They are primarily outdoor dogs. They hate being indoors. And they will show it. Show it by destroying your home. German Shepherds hate being indoors, so they will refuse to even go inside. And if they peek inside, you can see how disgusted they are when they see the inside.
7. They can’t like it either.
They are not loving. These are not sweet dogs. They don’t have a loving bone in their bodies. It’s just not in their nature.
8. No weaknesses.
They hate winter Trying to get these guys to go outside in the winter is impossible. They hate the cold. They especially hate snow.
9. And they’re not very pretty.
They’re not even cute German Shepherds aren’t even that cute. Look at this puppy’s face. It’s no Nuthin’.
10. And you can’t leave them with other dogs.
A common cause of German Shepherds not liking other dogs is not socializing enough with other dogs when they are puppies. This is because a German Shepherd will be naturally curious when it is a puppy and this is the period of time when it learns what to trust and what not to trust.
They will not get along with your other dog’s German Shepherds are not the friendly type. They are big loners when it comes to other breeds. They only stick with their own kind. You may have thought that even if German Shepherds don’t like cats, they might get along with other breeds of dogs. Think again.
11. They don’t smile.
12 . Shepherds aren’t cats!
13. Don’t leave your children with them!
They can be dangerous with our children Do not bring a German Shepherd around children. Especially babies. They can be vicious. I would never leave my German Shepherd alone with my children, some would say they are a safety hazard!
14. It is risky to be near them without a muzzle.
While muzzles are not necessary for all situations and are certainly not meant to be worn for long periods of time, they can control an unpredictable German Shepherd when needed. During vet visits, grooming sessions, or a walk through crowded areas, a muzzle can ensure the safety of both your dog and others.