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Golden Retriever German Shepherd Mix

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The Golden Retriever German Shepherd is a cross breed and is also popularly known as the Golden Shepherd. It is a hybrid between two very popular and agile dogs, the German Shepherd and the Golden Retriever. Such a cross breed can be very active and dominating like a German Shepherd, as well as have some the excellent qualities that make Golden Retrievers so popular. These dogs are also very good-natured, active and loyal.

What Do I Need To Know About Designer Dogs?

Purebred dogs are those that are within the same breed for many generations. Designer dogs are crossbreeds between two purebred dogs. This makes it is uncertain to know how your dog will look like and what traits it will have since it will be a mix of traits between two breeds. The advantage of a purebred dog is that you will know what you get.

On the other hand a designer dog may have the best traits of two purebred breeds. Those who cannot have dogs of different breeds prefer to get designer dogs since they believe that they can get the best traits of two breeds.

How Big Will My Puppy Get?

Your puppy can gain a height which can vary between 20 and 26 inches and attain a weight between 60 and 85 pounds.

What Will The Coat Be Like? 

The Golden Shepherd has a soft coat which can also have a wavy texture. You will need to do some good grooming and brush the coat regularly so that you can keep the dead hair away.

Are There Any Specific Coat Concerns Should Be Aware Of?

There is nothing in particular than you need to know about the coat except that you need to do brush it regularly on a weekly basis.

What Will My Dogís Personality Be Like?

The Golden Shepherd inherits some the qualities from both its parent breeds. It is very intelligent and obedient and is very friendly with people. They also very good swimmers, a quality that they usually inherit from Golden Retrievers. If trained well during an early age they will obey all your commands.

When you train you have to maintain positivity since they do not tend to respond to any harsh methods of training. While being positive during the training you must also make sure to dominate over the dog so that you can prevent any behavioral problems later. You can teach it to play games and a few tricks. 

Both the German Shepherd and the Golden Retriever are very popular due to their good temperament. They make very good family dogs and are also good with kids. The Golden Shepherd is also friendly with other dogs and pets. If you like watchdogs this is a good breed to have in your house.

How Much Exercise Will My Golden Shepherd Need?

Golden Shepherds need daily exercise in order to remain healthy and fit. They are very active and are outdoor dogs like their parent breeds. If you have a large house they will run around and get their exercise. You can also take them for swimming and long walks. Even if you have a small house it will be sufficient for them to move around and get enough exercise. If you do not take them for walks or do not engage them in any exercise they will tend to gain weight and it may cause health problems.

What Are Common Health Concerns?

Their parents the German Shepherd and Golden Retrievers are known for some health issues. These include hip dysplasia, spinal issues, arthritis and joint related issues, neurological disorders and ear diseases. They may also suffer from heart disease or cancer depending upon the genes that they inherit from the parents. However, a mixed breed like the Golden Shepherd is not known to many health issues.

How Do I Know If These Dogs Are Right for Me?

The Golden Shepherd is a crossbreed between two of the most popular dog breeds and is known to be good-natured and very active. Theyíre good with people and children, as well as with other dogs and pets. This makes them ideal for the house especially if you have kids and other pets. They do need regular exercise and can be taken for walks or for swimming. Although their parent breeds are known for health issues the mixed breed has no known health problems.

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