German Shepherd Puppies for Sale in the United States and Canada

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Tip:  Understanding the Canine "tap out."
Dogs sometimes roll over on their backs in an evasive maneuver, referred to as a “tap out”, to avoid certain handling. The term “tap out” comes from wrestling jargon for the flat-handed tap a wrestler might do on the mat to signify he wants to quit the match. In dogs, though it may look like a request for a belly rub, it is really a form of passive resistance, or passive submission, given in response to something that is being done. The maneuver often happens when you’re trying to put on a leash or manipulate a collar, harness or head collar – your dog is trying to turn off your collar-grabbing behavior, for instance. To persist may only drive him to escalate his protest because, from his perspective, his wishes are not being heard. As a result, he may escalate his protest to a growl or even a snap.  ~Laura Garber


German Shepherd Puppies!

Welcome to the leading website dedicated to the German Shepherd Dog.  This site has the largest collection of German Shepherd Breeders in North America Inside this site you will find German Shepherd Breeders, Trainers, Rescue groups, and Specialists as well as Puppies and Adults for sale.  Plenty of articles on Health, Training, Raising puppies, Breeding and Dog Shows are only a click away.    Support the breeders who work hard to breed this great breed of dog,  not the ones who capitalize on others hard work and short change this noble breed by backyard breeding and running puppy mills.  Learn about the breed by studying the standard, the pedigrees, research the breeder and the length of time they have been breeding.  Check their references and their goals, make sure they are health testing the parents and have good knowledge of issues affecting the breed and are working towards eliminating them.  The puppy buyer is the one who has the most influence on this breed.   As a buyer you can either be part of the problem or part of the solution just by your purchase. Support the hard working, knowledgeable good breeders versus the opportunists.   Do your research to find the best breeders in the U.S. 

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