Remarkable in his unswerving loyalty. Faithful and true to the last beat of his heart. Never idle. Always on the move. Kind, but not a sycophant.
A constant pleasure for the eyes and for the soul.
Kadu House Chaplin
The German Shepherd dog is not a fashion. For more than a century is a race in a constant process and genetic improvement, worldwide.
It is one of the few, if not only, as it continually invests in controlling lame semural dysplasia and elbow as well as in controlling temper. The existing division in breeding and dogs that created the dichotomy of structure and dogs and work today is not as tight.
There is a need to create beautiful dogs, robust, strong, with less dysplasia and temperament compatible with the functions for which it is intended, ie, a watchdog and companion.
It could be said, a dog controlled aggression, or aggression should be necessary for the defense of the territory and the people who guard. Anything above this. And nothing below.