This German Shepherd knows how to take charge and rectify a bad situation.
Whilst many people adopting from this rescue have previously owned a German Shepherd, your new dog will need time to get to know you and his new home.
When choosing your German Shepherd, make sure the breeder isn't abusive, and make sure your dog doesn't have any diseases so you can give it a long, happy life at your house.
Not only will a well behaved dog be more impressive and easier to care for, but you and your dog will develop a bond if you take the time to train it. As the bond gets stronger, your dog will be more likely to listen to your commands, and will be happier to have you as a master.