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This week's pupper is for those who love living active lives!

German Shepherds are known for their loyalty, courage, and intelligence. Often mistaken for "one-people dogs," these muscled giants love to exercise and bond with their trainers. They are also known for their willingness to put their life on the line in defense of loved ones.

Since Captain Max von Stephanitz discovered the German Shepherd in a German dog show in 1899, the breed has become one of the most popular and numerous dogs worldwide. With a thick coat and broad head that tapers handsomely to a sharp muzzle, the GSD makes an excellent guard dog, police dog, military dog, or guide dog for the blind.

Did you know German Shepherds have a motto? Utility and Intelligence!

If you want your beautiful furry friend to be this week's pupper, tweet us a photo of him/ her, and don't forget to @ us! We are DYING to meet them!!
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