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Loyal and A docile Dog Intelligent, versatile, these are the advantages of DES, East European Shepherds He is an excellent guard dog, a real friend and reliable friend. This dog still serves as a service dog in the ranks of the Soviet Army and also contributes to the economy in all climatic zones of the USSR. Eastern European Shepherd Dog-an intrepid and loyal dog. East European Shepherds  dogs are used as patrol, convoy, protection and search. This breed is still  number one in popularity among all recognized breeds. The Eastern European Shepherd Dog is quite large, strong muscles, beautiful physique, intelligent expression of the eyes. It is not only intelligent, courageous, sensitive, but always unpretentious, he can live in all climatic conditions. IT is very attached to the person, IT is willing to do the impossible for his companion while IT is constantly in contact with the eyes. An Eastern European Shepherd dog is very peaceful, gets on  with other animals and children. You can even have a little kid with it. The Eastern European Shepherd has good nerves, he barks or growls for no reason. Very easy to train. The only thing that can become a minus, a dog has to run a lot and actively in the fresh air. The Eastern European Shepherd will therefore not be able to live in a small apartment and wait for his masters. East European Shepherds lives up to 12-14 years. Even before you buy a puppy, you need to know where it will live. You just have to find a place for him, where he can sleep and rest, eat and play. A dog must know its place. If the dog lives outdoors, they build a good shelter for him or better a kennel. Prepare for the dog two bowls-one for food, another for water. They can be made from any material, but stainless steel is better and more durable. Shepherds from Eastern Europe often need care, so you have to buy a special brush to comb its hair, a special shampoo for dogs. It is necessary to comb the dog regularly, especially during the Mauser. The ears of the dog are cleaned with (cotton wool) and under no circumstances should the ears be washed. Check the eyes for injuries, make sure there is no inflammation. Look at the shepherd's teeth. To clean teeth, go to the vet. The breeding and training of a puppy is very important and necessary. Never use violence during training, never punish the puppy, even if you repeat the command three times and the puppy has not understood it, repeat it a few more times. For good behaving and team performance, you should give delicacies of dog food, stroking, and say well – well done. Such a dog who can live with you and make you happy with his and your love and devotion. The Eastern european Shepherd. A breed that really deserves respect, it is worth paying attention to the pet, giving it affection and care, and it will be a reliable friend and very loyal.
What is an Eastern European Shepherd Dog
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The perfect companion for the whole family! The origins of the German Shepherd Dog   Origin of the German Shepherd Dog First descriptions The first documented traces of the German Shepherd Dog reach back to the 7th century. The German laws were punished with a fine of 3 Solidis Punished, about 38 marks, anyone who had been guilty of murdering a shepherd. In the year 1606, Konrad Gesner described Schäfer , which had to be white, so that the fish at dusk they did not confuse with the wolves when they attacked the herds (FIORONE 1997). The German Shepherd Dog, between dog and Wolf German Shepherd Dog Wolf some Authors claim that in the 10th century, monks from the Munster Valley would have paired shepherd dogs with tame wolves. A new breed would have emerged and the selection would have gradually set the characteristics. But everything suggests that it was not wolves, but local shepherds (Fiorone, 1997). In his work The German Dogs (1901) claims the naturalist nerd (cited by pond Alasia, 1993) that crosses between wolves and German Shepherd dogs were practised. During an exhibition in Dresden, he pointed out that every time a German shepherd BorzoiThe Windhundjägern Approached, became angry. But this reaction is certainly only due to the outward similarity of the German Shepherd Dogs with the wolves. Similarly will Judy, his Dog Encyclopedia (1936, cited by pond Alasia, 1993) writes that the German Shepherd Dog is of the same family as the Nordic dogs and other Spitz, which is quite questionable, the first possesses most of the properties of the latter (tail on the back, small ears, slanted eyes). It is also obvious that the Greenlanders and the Alaskan Malamutes The wolf is much closer than the German Shepherd, both in terms of morphology and behavior. The same author reports that Burger de Leonberg in the year 1887 still has crossed wolves with its shepherds to the physical performance (see, Hear, speed, Stamina). But everything suggests that it was an isolated experience, without affecting the selection made by Stephanitz had already begun. Moreover, it is sensible to think that such crosses would have brought more disadvantages than benefits in terms of work: less submissive, more independent, more fearful, and therefore less capable of exercising. Though like All other dog Breeding his ancestors is the wolf (whose DNA sequences differ only by 0.2%), this similarity of the shepherd with the wolf is not coming from the recent intersections between these two animals. Shepherd German Shepherd in Germany at 1830   First attempts to standardize German shepherd dogs In the 19th century Germany, no homogeneous breed of shepherd dogs is displayed correctly. We then find what we can call more regional types: The shepherds of Württemberg, Thuringia, Swabia, Bavaria, Hesse... (Fiorone, 1997). In the 1870s, the rural crisis in the context of the Industrial revolution led to a decline in shepherd dogs; However, there is a different perspective on these valuable animals. The gradual but irreversible disappearance of rural traditions creates a cultural form of discovery of rural values that transforms the shepherd into a pet dog in the City (pond Alasia, 1993). On the other hand, Germany has been living under the Prussian leadership of Bismarck in the time of centralization since 1871. Unlike the French who try to select different regional types of shepherd dogs, the Germans prefer the creation of a national breed, a symbol of German rigour and quality (DE Wailly and DuPont, 1993). 1877, some breeders make a first choice of two types, the shepherd of Württemberg, large and strong, with dark, thick hair, strong head and limp ears, wiping frayed and worn saber, whose job was the protection of the mountain herds and the Thuringian Shepherd, Short-haired and gray, with a medium bone, with straight ears, and whose swiftness and vigilance made him a remarkable shepherd. The products of these early breeding experiments are extremely heterogeneous, however, the commercial success of these animals is remarkable, certainly due to the similarity of some of them with the Wolves (pond Alasia, 1993).   Württembergischer Shepherd Dog Shepherd Dog with long hair at 1900.   Thuringian Shepherd Dog Shepherd Dog from Thuringia at 1900.   1878, the German peasants try to establish a group, to create a certain species, and its Prussian kennel "Caesar and Minka" located Zakna Otto Friedrich Students Schäfer It sold all over Europe; This has undoubtedly led to a new blood being donated to the formation of local breeds in border countries such as Belgium. On December 16th, 1891 founded Count of Hahn and captain Riechchelmann From Dunau The Breeding Association PhylaxAlready have medium-sized themes, Upright Ears and tails deeply worn, now affects mainly aesthetically oriented, but disagreements arise, on the disappearance of the group leads in the year 1895. In fact, some farmers want to maintain a shepherd breeding line of Thuringia, while others prefer Berger Berger Thuringia and Württemberg dog for a fast, reliable, with a character mix both balanced and hard (Ortega, 1994). Of Stephanitz Lays the groundwork for the race Max Frederic Emile Von Stephanitz The 1864 born in Dresden, Captain Max Frederic Emile of Stephanitz is, thanks to a rigour in the selection which he was never left in the 34 years in which he led the breed, to the true father of the German Shepherd Dog. 1897 he acquired the court Grafath In Bavaria and on April 3, 1899, during an exhibition in Frankfurt, he fell in love with a young grey-yellow herding dog from Thuringia, hector of Link Shrine, he buys. He was Horad Of Grafrath Renamed and is the first dog in the Shepherd Dog Ruchtbuch. Horad Of Grafrath                                                                Horad Of Grafrath, 1899    Of StephanitzWho is a man of fact mainly wants to impose a kind of shepherd National is to create the 22nd of April 1899 with other breeders, like his friend Arthur Meyer, the Shepherd's Club, which is Eg The Association for German Shepherds, SV (Shepherd Dog Club). Shepherd Dog Club   On 28 September 1899, the first standard of the breed will be published to determine the rules and the assessment criteria. Of Stephanitz, which insists that all dogs working on herds are automatically absorbed, announces the procedure that remains to this day that a German shepherd is primarily a working dog. "A German Shepherd dog is a German shepherd who lives in Germany and thanks to the Constant exercise of his qualities as a shepherd the perfection of his body and his psyche reaches a perfection that is only from the point of view of utility. " Of Stephanitz will also encourage owners and breeders to use this breed by Herdenhundwettbewerbe And already 1901 the first dog contests multiply. In the year 1903 the SV published rules for the use and training of the police dog. Of Stephanitz realized that the German Shepherd dog, versatile dog, possessed useful skills in many areas, such as the health of the Dog (1893 was founded a club), but also the dog administration (police, customs, army). During the Second World War, the German army enjoys the support of thousands of German Shepherd Dogs, Which perform innumerable tasks: sentinels, carry news or medications, pulling stretchers for the wounded, Etc .. Among the 28 in the course of the First World War several hundred dogs were used, one of them, Romeo, saved 37 wounded (Ortega, 1994). German Shepherd Hilfskrieg 14 18 German Shepherd Dog Rescuer, war 14-18 After the war, many well-trained dogs return to civilian life. The legend begins, the veterans tell their heroic deeds. New Amateurs join them and discover the thousand qualities of these dogs. In Germany, the first German Schäferhundhunde To help the mutilated warriors. Then it is finally up to France to discover the German Shepherd dog. So Georges founded Barais, a textile manufacturer, 1920 the Alsace-Sheepdog society. The end of hostilities was too short to be given to the dog we love as an enemy... Less than two years later, his German origin is recognised (DE Wailly and DuPont, 1993). Birth of the modern German Shepherd dog After this war the shepherd, who has proven his many qualities, is highly demanded and cattle breeders produce the number Both That foreign countries are increasingly Passionate race to satisfy their fellow citizens. There follows a distance of the type, whereby dogs become larger and long-legged, dubious character. In order to prevent these excesses, 1922 is the Körbook selection book, which completes the Book of origins in order to preserve the character traits at the origin of the race's success; There, after being examined by a judge, the only test persons who were suitable for reproduction were included. Of Stephanitz is particularly concerned with the choice of breeders. So is the 1925 championship, he gave the title Klodo Of Boxberg, a gray and tan dog rather small, longer than the standard previously appreciated, strong character. This dog marks the beginning of a new era in which dogs appear much less rustic and equipped with a modern physical harmony. In a few years the SV has grown from 10,000 to 50,000 members, an exceptional number for the time (pond Alasia, 1993). Klodo by Boxberg Klodo by Boxberg   The standard of the breed was changed to 1930, always in the sense of benefit especially. Of StephanitzWho died 1933 and had contested the race for 34 years, left behind a book of over 1000 pages full of anecdotes about the German Shepherd dog. During the Second World War, the German Shepherd Dog is used on all levels and by all armies of the world. In Germany, the main kennel 1935 was in Hummersdorf At the school of Intelligence of the army, but soon each region has its kennel (Ortega, 1994). Unfortunately, the German shepherd who was wrongly associated with the Nazis provoked suspicion and ceased to interest foreign buyers, especially the British and Americans (pond Alasia, 1993). It was only in the 1950s that the breed began to develop again. The successors of StephanitzLearning lessons from the past, continue his work in the same spirit. It can also be considered that the modern history of the German Shepherd begins with the German championship 1951 and the consecration of a subject that strongly marked the physical development of the breed: Rolf von Osnabrück land, very typical dog Characterized by morphological innovations, in terms of strength, especially the neck and shoulder. A step in the evolution of the race is crossed.   Rolf of Osnabrücker Land Rolf von Osnabrücker Land 1951 A second turn took place in the 1970s, with the appearance of the silhouette with the descending back, which gives it a more granular look, as well as, as it is said, more ease and perseverance in the trot. This is possible thanks to the participation of three major breeders, who are very different but complementary: canto from the Wienerau, Quanto from the Wienerau and Mutz of Peltztierfarm. Their cross descendant today determine the morphological properties of the German Shepherd Dog. The end of the 70 years is marked by the only descendants of these three stallions, and it takes half of the eighties to have another great revolution: the arrival of two son palm of Wilsteiger Country, astonishing woman who is able to convey the anatomic peculiarities, uranium of Wilsteiger Country and Quando of Arminius, which will dominate this period and the Will be the only one at the origin of the current race.
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