This section covers daily news and stories about German Shepherd both globally and within the territory of Afghanistan.
A new and standard service center for the German Shepherd dogs was inaugurated in Kabul city today amid rising popularity among the city residents to keep dog pets. The new service center, Afghanistan German Shepherd Dogs Club, was inaugurated in Taimani area of Kabul city during a ceremony today. Officials from the Ministry of Agriculture,… Read More ›
A military dog injured in Afghanistan in 2012 has been awarded the animal equivalent of the Victoria Cross medal for bravery. Mali, an eight-year-old Belgian Malinois, helped protect UK soldiers by detecting explosives and insurgents. He received the Dickin Medal on Friday and his handler from that time also got a medal. After a grenade… Read More ›
Dogs offer more than just companionship. If you’ve got a furry friend already, you likely have quite a few reasons to thank your dog. If you’re considering getting a pooch, check out these surprising benefits of having a dog. 1. You’ll exercise more. Owning a dog can motivate you to exercise every day. On those… Read More ›
Owner of ‘crazed’ German Shepherd tells a backpacker, 29, ‘she’ll be alright’ after the dog attacked her and left her bleeding as she jogged along a beach. Police are currently searching for owners of a ‘crazed’ dog that attacked an American tourist while she was running on a popular beach. Maya Kidan, 29, was getting… Read More ›
A Detroit man was sentenced to a year in St. Clair County jail on Monday afternoon following the death of a dog five months prior. Brandon Nickson, who was living in Casco Township at the time, was originally charged with one count of animal killing-torturing and two counts of resisting and obstructing police. He pleaded… Read More ›
German Shepherds are living and dying in misery due to intensive breeding for “cosmetic” reasons, a major new report by the Royal Veterinary College has found. A survey of data collected from 430 clinics across the UK reveals arthritis, cancer, aggression and sloping backs are afflicting the breed at higher rates than others due to… Read More ›