German shepherd dog

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Noun1.German shepherd dog - breed of large shepherd dogs used in police work and as a guide for the blindGerman shepherd dog - breed of large shepherd dogs used in police work and as a guide for the blind
sheep dog, sheepdog, shepherd dog - any of various usually long-haired breeds of dog reared to herd and guard sheep
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Irgo, a 10-year-old German Shepard, was supposed to land with his family in Kansas City, but somehow ended up in Japan instead.
They stopped me as I walked across the car park and said the German Shepard had dropped a little tiny bit, which was ridiculous.
A German Shepard named Tracker played alongside Sam, the rifle-toting villain.
Hospital Board and Treatment Boarding facilities must be large enough to house a 70-100lb German Shepard without cramping.
An email from a landlord informed her that one of his tenants had left behind a German Shepard, a Labrador, and a Great Dane in the garden.
Beth Muscat of Sammamish, WA will receive two Home Sittings and Walks, two Nature & Fitness Hikes, two Home Style
appointments and a Preventive Health exam, which she will split between, Max her Yorkie and Nahla her German Shepard.
Newell Hill Road, a stray dog reported; the dog has German Shepard markings with no collar and tags.
Police said Jean, 53, was the victim of a "particularly violent" attack as she walked her pet German Shepard Kai.
Since being disabled several years ago, I use a golf cart to walk my dog, Lilly, a 10-year-old German Shepard.
The infant plaintiff was a guest at the defendants' property when he was injured by a German Shepard owned by the defendants.
Capitan, a mutt who is some parts German Shepard, disappeared from his home in the small town of Villa Carlos Paz in the centre of Argentina following the death of his owner, Miguel Guzman, in March of 2006.
Please keep in mind that my dog is a German Shepard.