These two pedigree pups, German Shepherd and Labrador Retriever have been barking since the 19th century. Both bring enthusiasm and athletic abilities to the table.
When mixing two different dog breeds, each with their own unique nature, there is a possibility for random and unexpected results. This is because traits are passed on and inherited randomly.
When one combines these two brilliant pedigree pets, you are likely to end up with a 50-90 lb hound offering servant-hearted companionship and a diligent, working spirit.
True to its parent breeds, the Sheprador has a double coat consisting of a super warm undercoat and a coarser, outer coat to protect them from the elements.
It’s safe to bet that your Lab German Shepherd hound will live a long happy life to 11 or 12 years of age.