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  1. Arti says:

    If you’re thinking about adopting a miniature German Shepherd, you’re probably looking for a dog with the distinctive German Shepherd appearance but, well… smaller. German Shepherds have a lot of appeals. A full-size German Shepherd needs a lot of room to play and run — a fewthing a lot of people just don’t have. They’re loyal, easy to train, yet love to play. Their size can put off many potential owners, however. Emotional support animals don’t need to be specially trained like service animals; their primary job is being present to support their owner’s emotional wellbeing. Purebred German Shepherds are at risk for a variety of health problems, many of them genetic.

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