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Short-haired German Shepherds are more common than those with long hair — only around five percent of all German Shepherds fall under the category of long-haired.
Despite the fact that long and short-haired German Shepherds come from the same bloodline (meaning they’re both purebred), those with longer hair are often not allowed to compete in professional dog shows.
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As a result of their rarity, some breeders could place extra value on long-haired German Shepherds and sell them for a higher price. However, this isn’t usually the case.
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Since long and short-haired German Shepherds come from the same bloodline, they both have the same basic level of health and are at risk for the same conditions.
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Their spirited disposition makes German Shepherds the perfect fluffy companions for active and adventurous owners. These dogs will love accompanying you on walks, hikes, and runs.
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