15 Things I Can’t Do Since Owning A German Shepherd
Owning a German shepherd is a lot of work. They take a lot of time, energy, and money to take care of. Not only are they high-maintenance dogs, but they’ll also completely change your life. Here are some things you can no longer do when you own one:
1. Sit on the best seat on the couch IG|penny.and.archie.the.gsds
2. Have nice things IG|kaisertheshepherd
5. Go somewhere alone IG| willathesablegsd
6. Save money IG| beau.kylo
7. Not spoil the dog IG| leendaslife
15. Be lonely IG|lowlandgermanshepherd
We hope you enjoy this hilarious look at what you can no longer do when you own a German shepherd. As always, please feel free to share with your friends!
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We bought one for our German Shepherd, and one for our Rottweiler; great value.
Even with aggressive, chewing, they only scratch the surface. I suspect these toys will last a really long time.
We also feel safer when leaving these in their crates at night. The dogs are unlikely to break off a piece; helps with peace of mind.
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Easy and gentle on dog’s skin but tons of loose fur being removed fast. Because of that I don’t need to brush my dog daily anymore.
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