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German dog breeds

 German dog breeds are very high on the list of the most popular dog breeds in the world. We introduce you to some popular German dog breeds. would you have known everyone?  

German dog breeds

How many dog ​​breeds are there in Germany?

A total of over 50 dog breeds are bred in Germany. This puts the country third in the world for the largest number of dog breeds bred. Many of the breeds are known and loved worldwide. 

 

Popular German dog breeds

From the playful little terrier to the large hunting dog - people from all over the world have fallen in love with German dogs. Here is a list of the nine most popular German dog breeds: 

 

1. Dachshund: The nimble family dog

The short legs and long body of the dachshund (also known as a dachshund) give it an endearing appearance, but its disproportionate body was actually bred for one purpose: to crawl into badger and rabbit burrows. Today, this magnificent German hound makes an excellent companion and watchdog - but being a hunting dog, expect some distinctive hunting behavior and a bit of barking! There are different types of dachshunds, such as the short-haired dachshund, long-haired dachshund, Miniature short-haired dachshund, Miniature long-haired dachshund, wire-haired dachshund or the Wire-haired miniature dachshund. 



2. German Shepherd: The faithful companion

The German sheepdog is probably the least surprising breed on the list, but we just had to give it an honorable mention. One of the smartest dog breeds out there, the German Shepherd is well-liked by the police and military thanks to its smart brain and super snout.

But he also has a playful and loving nature and is therefore at home with families all over the world.

 

3. Pomeranian: The loving ball of fur

Named after Pomerania, the historic region of northeastern Germany, Queen Victoria brought the Pomeranian to England in the late 19th century. She was largely responsible for the popularity of this German dog breed in Britain, as she frequently exhibited them at dog shows. Today our Pomeranians (or Pomeranians) make excellent companions for any dog ​​lover, even if they require a lot of grooming due to their long coats. 

 

4. Great Dane: The gentle giant

Best known for their size, these gentle giants feature frequently in the Guinness Book of World Records for being the largest dog, among other names. The mastiff can weigh up to 90 kg and grow up to 1 meter tall. Originally bred for hunting wild boar, bear, and deer, the guard's German Mastiff today rather homes around the world. 

 

5. Weimaraner: The cunning hunting dog

the Weimaraner was originally bred for the royal family to hunt big game in the 19th century. They are incredibly smart and have been nicknamed "the dog with the human brain". Some of these clever German dogs have been known to unlock fences, break out of crates, and steal food. Because of their unique coloring and handler-like character, Weimaraners are very popular as hunting and guard dogs, but they need regular exercise and challenge. It also requires a certain amount of experience in dealing with dogs. 


6. Poodle: The playful water dog

The poodle is best known as the "French national breed", but actually has its origins in Germany! Because the breed was bred as a water retriever, their name "poodle" literally means "to splash in the water."

Their coat is designed so that the longer hair protects their vital organs and keeps them warm. The shorter hair ensures that the dogs do not get caught on objects underwater. Poodles feel most comfortable when surrounded by their family. Therefore, they are best suited for owners who spend a lot of time at home.

 

7. Affenpinscher: The lively companion dog

This cute German dog breed is known for resembling a monkey—so much so, that Affenpinscher actually means "ape-like dog"! Star Wars fans have also noted the race's resemblance to the teddy bear-like creatures, the Ewoks, and also to Han Solo's best friend and co-pilot, Chewbacca. Don't let their small size fool you, however, as Affenpinschers are incredibly inquisitive, confident, and characterful companions! 

 

8. German Shorthaired Pointer: The obedient all-rounder

The German shorthaired pointer, referred to by hunters as the jack of all trades, is a very versatile breed. Thanks to his excellent hunting skills and endurance, he is often used by the police and hunters. But he is also popular with families because he is good with children and has a people-friendly nature. This German dog breed is also very successful in obedience and agility competitions. Is there anything the German Shorthaired Pointer can't do? 


9. Doberman: The intelligent noble

The Doberman is a highly intelligent German breed of dog originally bred by a tax collector to protect him on his rounds. He desired a big defend canine kind that could additionally function as a faithful companion.

After mixing many different breeds - including the Manchester Terrier and the German Shepherd - the Doberman we know and love was born. In today's households, Dobermans still make excellent guard dogs thanks to their very affectionate nature. At the same time, they are also excellent companions who love nothing more than to cuddle.
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