German breed, descended from bullenbeisser. Versatile, popular for herding, guarding, and law enforcement. Fun-loving, affectionate, need exercise.
German badger dogs, bred 600 yrs ago. Love digging, spirited yet friendly. Wire-coated for protection. Playful with families.
Developed by Dobermann for protection, they became popular working dogs. Intelligent, strong, loyal—used in law enforcement and service.
Originally bred in Germany for boar hunting. Gentle, affectionate, and good with kids. Not ideal for apartments. Higher expenses.
19th-century herding dog turned versatile police/military companion. Smart, loyal, needs stimulation. Popular as companions too.
German origin, 15th century. Bred from small schnauzers, poodles, and Affenpinschers. Alert barkers, friendly, intelligent.
small Arctic descendants. Bright, curious, and trainable. Perform tricks for attention from their humans. Pomerania's origin.
Romans brought mastiff-type dogs to Germany, evolving into Rottweilers. From cattle work to law enforcement, they excel as protectors today.