10 hilarious reasons why German Shepherds canít be trusted

There is no denying that German Shepherds are a beautiful breed of dog. The large breed looks so cute and innocent with their big floppy ears, big eyes, and wagging tails, but the truth is that there is more to this breed than meets the eye. People say that this cute breed just canít be trusted. So that is why if you love German Shepherds you will want to take a look at this list of 10 hilarious reasons why the breed can't be trusted. German Shepherds are marked by a willingness to learn and an eagerness to have a purpose in life. The breed is curious, which makes them great guard dogs and suitable for a variety of search missions. German Shepherds can also become over-protective of their family and territory, especially if they are not socialized properly. And the breed is not inclined to become immediate friends with strangers. German Shepherds are a highly intelligent and obedient breed that is well known for being protective of their owners. The following are just some of the fun reasons why the breed can't be trusted.

1. German Shepherds will give you sass when you try to make them do something that they donít want to do. One example is when you want to leave the dog park. When this happens, you will find yourself arguing with the dog, causing people to look at you strangely.

2. German Shepherds have the nickname German Shedders. This is because once you bring your new dog home, your house will soon become covered with fur.

3. German Shepherds can perform all sorts of Jedi mind tricks. If the breed wants you to play with them, theyíll stare at you until you start throwing a ball or a stick. The Force is always with them, so itís usually best just to do what they want.

4. German Shepherds love to press their noses against the glass in your vehicle or house. Your windows will quickly become covered with nose prints from all the times your German Shepherd looks outside. Youíll just have to get used to having cloudy windows.

5. German Shepherds are known thieves; the breed will steal your heart. It won't take long to realize how big a hole there was in your life before you got your new German Shepherd. From that point on, youíll always want to have a lovable, funny German Shepherd in your home.

The German Shepherd is a breed of dog that is medium to large in size. German Shepherds are a working dog that originated in Germany. German Shepherd is the officially recognized name of the breed in the English language. The name can also sometimes be abbreviated as GSD and was the breed was formerly known as the Alsatian in Britain. The German Shepherd breed is a relatively new breed of dog, with their origins dating back to 1899. As part of the Herding Group, German Shepherds are working dogs that originally were developed for herding sheep. Since that time, because of the breeds strength, trainability, intelligence, and obedience, German Shepherds around the world are often the preferred breed for a variety of work, to include disability assistance, police, search-and-rescue, military roles, and acting. The German Shepherd breed is the second-most registered by the American Kennel Club and the fourth-most registered breed by The Kennel Club in the United Kingdom. German Shepherds are moderately active dogs and can be described as self-assured. This is just one of the new stories you will find on the Shareably site. The site is full of interesting reads from new trends, trending news, life, entertainment, new DIY ideas, animals and more. **

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