To some people, German Shepherds are one of the best breeds out there.
They are some of the most loyal dogs you can find. This loyalty also comes with unconditional love and a lot of playtimes because they are super active. German shepherds are known to be very intelligent, so they can be trained quite easily. They learn tricks and commands quicker than most breeds because of their intelligence. They can also be used as guard dogs as they are very alert and protective of their humans. On top of all this, they are just plain adorable! If you’re a first-time pet owner, a german shepherd or labrador would probably give you a very good time. With all these amazing characteristics of german shepherds, what more could you want from a dog?
Even though these dogs are amazing, they are still under-rated. So we have to give them the recognition that they deserve. German shepherds are sweet and adorable, no matter what size they are. And we have compiled pictures of some adorable german shepherds that will win your hearts. Scroll down below to have some “aww” moments:
A playful baby
“For 6 years, I successfully convinced my better half to wait for us to settle down before we got a dog. The waiting is over. Meet Kenya.”
Picking up a 7-month-old German Shepherd can be difficult.
Mabel wants belly rubs.
Just two best friends hugging.
Best friends forever.
Linda’s confused head tilt just makes us melt.
10 months old gentle giant.
Protective mommy looking after her babies.
When mommy brings you a marrow bone treat but you’ve been a bad boy so you have to use the puppy dog eyes.
Enjoying the great outdoors.
Just five more minutes, please.
Cats circling around him because they are his bodyguards.
From 8 weeks to 20 weeks but still a baby.
“She’s not very fond of the basement, but she’ll watch over me while I do the laundry.”
Just look at these big babies! They might seem intimidating to some people, but upon approaching one, you will find out that they are the sweetest and most playful dogs ever. They love some belly rubs and playing catch. They like using their energy during playtime so they will keep you active as well. You’ll both be happy and healthy so it is a win-win situation if you adopt a german shepherd. We still aren’t done yet. Scroll down below for more adorable german shepherd doggos:
Trying to imitate his human.
“5 months and 50 lbs, I am going to carry him when he is 70 lbs too!”
When you come home late and you get the “We need to talk” look
“Draw me like one of your German girls.”
When your dog discovers splashing water is a thing.
Yakin pup and her mama.
Coming face to butt with a squirrel.
“We finally brought our girl home last night! Meet Juno.”
Sorry coach, I can’t come today. My doggo took my basketball.
A magnificent doggo.
A team of best friends.
Have you ever had a German Shepherd? What was your experience like? Share with us in the comments below.