Old German Shepherd Dog

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During the 1890s, the Old German Shepherd Dog was used as a overview breed that included all breed-less herding dogs used in Germany after the standardization of the German Shepherd, while today the term is used for breeds that relate to dogs of that time line, but are not used for working abilities. The breed most resembles a modern German Shepherd, but with longer hair. The Old German Shepherd Dog weighs 49 to 88 pounds and stands 22 to 26 inches tall. Now, the Old German Shepherd dog is listed as extremely vulnerable to extinction.


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