This mix normally has one GSD parent and one Blue Heeler parent, and will be smart, active, energetic, protective, playful, and eager to spend time with you.
A German Shepherd Australian Shepherd mix combines two herding dogs with much in common as family pets. This mix will be smart, social, trainable, and athletic.
The outcome is often a dog with the attractive looks of both parents – smaller than a GSD and a more trainable companion than a Husky.
A German Shepherd Husky Mix is a medium sable, black, and tan, or cream dog who is loyal, friendly, affectionate, and somewhat protective of the family.
They make excellent pets if properly socialized and extensively trained.
German Shepherds tend to live for about 10 years. We’ll dig into health and behavioral issues, as well as what you can do to help your GSD live a longer life.
A blue German Shepherd is an unusually-colored dog with gray fur and light-colored eyes – it has a gene that dilutes the dog’s normal color. Dilution genes have the most dramatic effect on dark colors, changing black fur to gray, steel, smoke, or even powder blue.
German Shepherd dogs have a very distinctive appearance in every way, from their big strong bodies to their alert standing ears. But what many first-time German Shepherd puppy owners don’t realize is that GSD puppy ears don’t stand up like they do in adulthood. This brings up the question of […]