Shiloh Shepherd dog
The Shiloh Shepherd is a large breed of dog that was developed in the United States by Tina Barber in the 1970s. It is a relatively new breed that was created by crossing various breeds including the German Shepherd, Alaskan Malamute, and Great Pyrenees, among others. The breed is known for its intelligence, loyalty, and protective nature.
The Shiloh Shepherd is a loyal and protective breed that is known for its intelligence and trainability. They are affectionate with their families but can be reserved with strangers. They are excellent guard dogs and will protect their family if they feel it is necessary. They are also good with children and other animals if socialized properly.
The average lifespan of a Shiloh Shepherd is between 10 and 13 years.
The Shiloh Shepherd has a thick, dense coat that sheds moderately throughout the year. Regular grooming is necessary to keep their coat in good condition and reduce shedding.
Shiloh Shepherd puppies require early socialization and training to become well-adjusted adults. They are intelligent and respond well to positive reinforcement training methods. They are also active and require plenty of exercise to stay happy and healthy. The Shiloh Shepherd is a loyal and protective breed that makes an excellent family pet for those who are willing to provide them with plenty of attention, exercise, and training. They are best suited for experienced owners who can handle their size and protective nature.
|Life span:||12-14 years|
|Height:||28-30 inches (71-76 cm)|
|Weight:||Male: 100-130 pounds (45-59 kg)|
Female: 80-100 pounds (36-45 kg)
Black and Tan
|Litter Size:||6-12 puppies|
|Puppy Price:||Average $800 - $1000 USD|