The German shepherd, also known as the German black-back (shell), is also commonly referred to as the German wolf dog. This breed is said to originate in Germany. The only thing that can be confirmed is that in 1880 the dog was fixed in Germany And used as a shepherd. They are agile and suitable for action-oriented work environments, and they are often deployed for various tasks.
When grooming a German Shepherd, use ear wipes or liquid ear wash to clean his ears once a week. Trim her tail hair with special scissors every month. Dry the hair with a towel before using the dryer. After the dog's hair is completely dry, comb it with a sharp steel hair brush or a large, hard brush. The brush can be sharpened. Use a high-quality table shampoo to bathe the dog and soak the hair.
Every day, you must keep dropping drops of health eye drops with German Shepherds to prevent infection caused by dust or foreign matter falling into your large eyes. You should also drop two or three drops of eye drops after bathing. Open his ears to see if there are red spots or abnormal secretions. At the same time, turning his ears every day can improve air circulation and keep his ear canals dry.