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East european shepherd

East european shepherd

east european shepherd Access your GSMC medical record online Good Shepherd Medical Center YOUR DOC Good Shepherd’s wish is that every baby is born healthy, but when special care is needed, our Level IIIa Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is available and equipped to provide the necessary care. Learn More. Good Shepherd Medical Center At Good Shepherd Medical Center, we want to share with you all the GOOD that Good Shepherd stands for and the great care we provide our patients and our community Learn More Good Shepherd’s wish is that every baby is born healthy, but when special care is needed, our Level IIIa Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is available and equipped to provide the necessary care.

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East european shepherd puppies

east european shepherd puppies Our east german shepherd pups are from the East German (DDR) and Czech bloodlines. We have Jenna. Jula. Renia. Queena, Bailey, Krash Jr are very friendly with everyone! They are very smart and would make very good police, protection, search and rescue, or just for your family dog! They make excellent family protection dogs and are wonderful companions! All of our dogs live in our house! Jenna 's father is Murphy Vom Schwarzhorn.

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East European Shepherd

East European Shepherd History The East European Shepherd—also called the Owczarek Wschodnioeuropejski and Vostochnoevropejskaya Ovcharka (EES)—is a breed of dog that was created by cross-breeding original German Shepherd Dogs with Husky types of Russian origin in the 1930s to enable the resulting litter to be resistant to extreme cold. This powerful breed is seen by many as what the ideal working German Shepherd Dog should be, with some even considering it to be the original incarnation of the popular German breed.

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East european shepherd breeders

east european shepherd breeders East European Shepherd Sponsored Links: These dogs are very similar in appearance to a German Shepherd Dog and developed directly from the GSDs brought to the Soviet Union in the 1920s. After over a quarter century of selection, especially for animals to withstand the Russian climate, the breed is distinctly different from the Shepherd known in the West. Although at first centered in Byelorussia and the far western provinces of the USSR, the EESKC has thousands of members all over Russia today.

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