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THE GSD

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VALENTINES PUPPIES BORN 14th FEB READY TO LEAVE 10th APRIL

Proud to announce our very specially planned breed.
Zero and Bella new puppies available soon. These puppies will be greates example of pure traditional Black & Tan(Red) marking looks with exceptional house pet Behaviours.
Perfect for a family dogs which is a brilliant Guarding instinct.
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THE GSD

The German Shepherd Dog Breeder

Zero ELFF® Kennel registered with Kennel Club 🇬🇧
We are KC Registered Breeder
We breed Best quality German Shepherd Dogs with pride.

We are a small dedicated GSDs breeder, only breed once or twice a year from our much loved house pets.
My GSD’s are a part of our small family.

We try to breed as closely to the breed standard as possible and We never compromise on temperament and their Health for ‘slanted back Looks’. We strongly believe that a good temperament in the German Shepherd Dog is very important.

Most of our puppies are house pets, therefore We breed puppies who are friendly, good natured and sociable to please families they also good on guarding. As GSD’s nature our puppies also do well in working and agility homes.
Our dogs do not have disproportionate backs, poor backs, or unsteady or over angulated back legs. Instead they have proper back and strong, solid back with all the natural Traditional GSD Shape.

Our pets is our pride and we don’t breed only to make money, this is our passion all has been done properly after all health checked and vet consultation also we always keep in touch with all our puppy owners.
We have whats app group and facebook group where you can also see our other puppies growing and can get help from many experienced GSD’s owners interm of training and their behaviours, also you can sign up to this website and enjoy proudly publishing your puppies stories videos and photos and so many more activities.
We also try to plan A Big walk every year where almost all our puppies/dogs comes together and enjoy Day out with ZERO Family.

Buying a puppy from us meaning joining ZERO Family forever where you can get thrilled and enjoy every bit of your companions life with them.
We do everything to make our four legs family member as happy as they can.

“As We Believe We Don’t Sell (A Thing)
We Give You A LIFE……

So we always will be there for them…

HISTORY OF GSD

The GSD History German shepherd dogs are, as their name implies, a breed that originated in Germany. They were developed beginning in the late 1800s by crossing various herding breeds. The breed was subjected to stringent selection and it progressed quickly. In the United Kingdom, the dogs are known as Alsatians because fanciers of the breed there wanted to protect the dog from anti-German sentiments after World War I. German shepherd dogs were introduced by soldiers returning home from World War I. In little time British, French and American soldiers discovered the German Shepherd's remarkable qualities. As a result, some servicemen took the dogs home. From that moment, the breed's popularity grew by leaps and bounds outside Germany. During the Second World War, the German Shepherd became the Allied serviceman's inseparable companion. The animals were assigned many of the same duties these dogs had performed throughout World War I. Unfortunately, and perhaps this is due to the breed's popularity among armed forces [and police departments, in the popular mind the German Shepherd is often viewed as a vicious, aggressive animal that is little more than a domesticated wolf. The breed caught the public eye because of movie stars Strongheart and later, Rin Tin Tin. By World War II German shepherd dogs were the military breed of choice. The first guide dogs were German shepherd dogs. Today, they are one of the most popular dogs in the World. In 1999, German shepherd dogs were third on the Kennel Club's list of the Top 50 Breeds. The German shepherd dog is a herding breed known for its courage, loyalty and guarding instincts. This breed makes an excellent guard dog, police dog, military dog, guide dog for the blind and search and rescue dog so can be easy to train. For many families, the German shepherd is also a treasured family pet. They suit very active households as they need a lot of exercise every day. They are great dogs for owners with a lot of experience and time as, like most dogs, they can get bored easily.

The GSD Average Adult Characteristics

Male: 38-44 kg
Female: 32-40 kg

Height:
Male:
24-30 inches .
Female: 20-28 inches.

Features:
Upright ears (naturally)

Expectations:
Exercise Requirements: more then 60 minutes/day

Energy Level: Average

Longevity Range: 12-14 years.
Tendency to Drool: Low
Tendency to Snore: Low
Tendency to Bark: Low
Tendency to Dig: Low
Social/Attention Needs: Moderate

Bred For:
Herding, Guard dog

Coat:
Length: short and Long

Characteristics: Double coat
Colors: Black & Tan, Most colors, other than white, are permissible
Overall Grooming Needs: Moderate

Club Recognition:
AKC Classification: Herding
UKC Classification: Herding Dog