The German Shepherd in its origins was used as a herding dog, but over time, this breed has proven to be very versatile and intelligent capable of performing endless activities.
It is a loyal, faithful and obedient dog. They are easy to train and have a natural predisposition to family life and human companionship. From the domestic point of view, they are perfect.companions and guardians for those who are willing to stimulate him both physically and mentally.
Preferred Activities of the German Shepherd
-Physical Activities and Canine Sports
The German Shepherd is a tremendously active dog, so he needs a lot of physical and mental activity.He loves to take trips to the mountains or the countryside where he can run, jump or
Regarding canine sports, the German Shepherd is ideal for canicross (running with the dog united by a harness), flyball (test barriers that if overcome and presses a pedal, a ball is thrown to him to go get it), bikejoring (riding a bike united by a harness), bikejoring (riding a bike with the dog united by a harness), canicross (running with the dog united by a harness), flyball (test barriers that if overcome and presses a pedal, a ball is thrown to him to go get it), bikejoring (riding a bike unitedthrough a harness), the discdogging (frisbee throwing), the obedience rally (where the dog must execute commands and basic training exercises) or the agility (obstacle course that must be overcome only with the help of its owner's indications).
The German Shepherd loves to play with balls or any object thatIt is highly intelligent, so we can try to develop their ability to search by hiding one of their toys or treats to try to track them.
It is important to note that thanks to its versatility and adaptability, the German Shepherd can also be used as a search and rescue dog, police dog, guide dog and therapy dog for people.with special needs, as he enjoys the company of other people very much.