First off never buy a dog off the internet, lies are always around. If you really want to find out more, go and SEE the dog.
I don't agree with what is being said about gsd's being overly protective, although I don't know much about the breed I do know they are in the pastoral group, bred to work livestock.
This means that unless this dog has been around livestock (which I highly doubt, living in a flat), livestock may be an issue for you (including other pets you may have).
The most important thing for a gsd is socialization, emphasise this point across when you view this dog. How much has it been socialized? Don't take their word for it, make sure you see it- try and take a kid along with you or/and a dog.
Gsd's are wonderful animals, I don't care what other people here have said, but they need the right owner.
I haven't read your profile, but seeing other comments, at 16 I don't think you should get a dog, sure now you say you'll walk it x amount of times but life takes over sometimes- schoolwork can get on top of you so easily.
To emphasise my point, advertisements are never a good starting point for searching for a dog. Breeders and rescues are the way forward ^^
Might be getting a dog [Advice Please!] Watch
- 20-11-2008 00:16
(Original post by tom//)
- 21-11-2008 18:08
they dont really crap on carpet, you can get scented pads for them which encourage them to do it somewhere else (outside)
(Original post by silverbolt)
- 22-11-2008 01:25
really where from?
i think it is, not too sure how it works, my mate just got a puppy and was telling me about it ;/
(Original post by JAgg)
- 22-11-2008 02:00
Ew cat... I want a walking/running partner, I can't picture myself running alongside a cat
- 25-11-2008 21:19
i love german shepards.
thats my input.