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Drives: Low, Mild and High. Low drive stand for service, therapy, search dog. Mild hold slightly energy, mostly using as low drive dogs. High drive are used by Military, and polices, because of their energy.

The German Shepherds are natural herding dogs, make no mistake, they do NOT take the job so lightly, whether if it is a job or family. They are active dogs, high intelligence, loyalty and very alert dogs. They must be kept occupied with play sport such as agility games. The alternatives are jobs, service, traveling and life with family. Otherwise they can become destructive out of boredom.
About German Shepherds:

                               AKC Meet the Breeds®
The German Shepherd Dog is hailed as the world's leading police, guard and military dog, however, this dependable breed is more than its 9-to-5 job. Consistently one of the United States most popular breeds according to AKC® Registration Statistics, the German Shepherd Dog is also a loving family companion, herder and show competitor. The breed is approachable, direct and fearless, with a strong, muscular body. The GSD may be most colors, but most commonly is black and tan.

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Color are crazy out there! Colors can be Bold, Soft and Faded. 


Example- Black/Silver, Black/Tan, Black/Cream, Black/Red, Solid Black, Blue/Silver, Blue/Cream, Blue/Tan, Blue/Liver (Known as Isabella), Solid Blue, Liver/Silver, Liver/Fawn, Liver/Tan, Liver/Cream, Solid Liver, Sable, Brindle, White, Piebald and many more.. 

We are still learning and researching on this case, but from what we know, there are ore than 20 Classes include AKC, UKC, CKC, ACA, ACC, PKC and many more. From what we understand, they ALLOWED ANY type of colors in German Shepherds, except that most of colors are fault in show rings and will be disqualified. 

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“No good dog can be a bad color”