German Shepherd Attacks

Two GSD Valpis and Blixten

GSD goes for an attack in full speed

When German Shepherds attack unexpectedly, environmental, genetic and biological factors are responsible. The shepherd’s intelligent, loyal and protective temperament makes it an ideal service dog.

German Shepherds
have a partially deserved reputation for attacking suddenly. Due to aggressiveness traits passed through bloodlines, undesirable temperaments were handed down from generation to generation. Worldwide organizations like The German Shepherd Dog League identified this trait as a tendency for biting out of fear and warned the public to be wary of especially timid, easily frightened dogs. Through selective breeding programs and education of owners, this dangerous temperamental element has largely been eliminated from purebred German shepherds.

Don't try to do this...

Blixten is a well trained GSD and Rod has a long experience as a decoy
If you or your dog don’t have any traing for this, do NOT try to do it!

Rex alias Blixten a GSD 43 kg (95 lbs) goes for an attack in full speed
Watch Rod’s reaction, will he be bitten…
Rex is born: 02/05/2016
Sire: Ebon von Er Nast, working line

Training a German Shepherd

The training a German shepherd receives is largely responsible for its behavior.
Sadly, some German Shepherds are the victims of abusive owners who keep them as attack dogs, train them poorly and encourage dogs to bite any intruders.
When these dogs slip their leashes or escape their compounds, they can attack.

Although German Shepherds should only be trained as guard dogs by experts, home obedience training for your puppy is vital for both the dog and the owner’s safety.

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