Puppy Power!

German Shepherd playing with puppy.

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I believe the puppy may be a Teacup Chihuahua but I'm not positive?

German Shepherd

The German Shepherd was the first dog ever to be used as a guide dog for the blind. German Shepherd Dog also know as Alsatian,Berger,Allemand,Deutscher,GSD,Schäferhund and Schäfer.

Today the German Shepherd is one of the most popular breeds in the world. This breed was developed in the 19th century by Max Von Stephanitz.
The German Shepherd can weigh anywhere from 65-95 lbs. Males grow 24-26 inches in height and females anywhere from 22-24 inches. The jaws are strong, with a scissor-like bite.

They are very alert,energetic,curious, very intelligent(considered to be third among the smartest of breeds),bold, hard working,highly adaptable and extremely agile with great stamina and endurance. Although they are very weary of strangers. The German Shepherd does not like to be left alone for extended periods of time. They learn quickly but do not respond well to harsh training. Like many dogs you just have to be patient.
Daily brushing is encouraged to prevent the dog from shedding especially during certain seasons.
They are exceptionally talented in tracking, schutzhund, agility, obedience, fly-ball, and ring sport. The German Shepherd is often used in police work, search and rescue, as a guide for the blind, and military work.

They get along great with other animals and children when raised with them. Take note though, an Australian report from 1999 (over ten years ago) provides statistics showing that German Shepherd Dogs are the breed third most likely to attack a person in some Australian locales.
In the United States, one source suggests that German Shepherd Dogs are responsible for more reported bitings than any other breed, and suggest a tendency to attack smaller breeds of dogs. Take into consideration though that the German shepherd represent a higher proportion of the population than other breeds and because of the use of German Shepherd Dogs as protection, may sway the numbers a bit.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which advises on dog bite prevention and related matters, states "There is currently no accurate way to identify the number of dogs of a particular breed, and consequently no measure to determine which breeds are more likely to bite or kill."
German Shepherds are prone to such health issues as blood disorders, chronic eczema,
digestive problems, elbow and hip dysplasia,
epilepsy, flea allergies .

Teaching Your Dog To "Leave It"

I think teaching your dog to leave something alone is a pretty important. So here is a video that may help you.

5 minutes 13 seconds

Dog Attacks It's Own Foot

If you have not seen this than your in for a real treat. This Golden Retriever must be playing around because it tends to think it's paw is trying to take it's bone away? Makes me laugh every time!

Balancing Act

This dog can balance the ball pretty well on his snout. Sure he may need the fence a couple times but does fairly good in my opinion.

33 seconds

Guilty Dog

I don't know what this dog did... but I am gonna find out!

Rid Your Dog From Ear Mites

7 minutes 26 seconds
It is recommended to see your Vetinarian for these kind of treatments, although we all know how expensive that can be. The way she explains it in this video seems to be pretty simple. She says almost everything twice and in great detail. Do not use a Q-tip on your dogs ears for this procedure or while cleaning the dogs ears(My personal recommendation). Make sure the dog does in fact have mites. Of course be gentle and be careful.

Worthless Laptop

I thought this was pretty funny, lady finds some kind of use for her previous laptop.

1 minute 35 seconds

Skidboot The Amazing Dog

From charity to performing on the Oprah show,Jay Leno, this dog gets around. Leads horses around but there is a down side to this story, Skidboot is going blind.
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