compare and contrast eassy
February 21, 2013
The difference between German shepherds and Saint Bernard’s The popularization of the term is said to have occurred in a courtroom speech by George Graham Vest in Warrensburg, Missouri in 1870 who said, "The one absolutely unselfish friend that a man can have in this selfish world, the one that never deserts him and the one that never proves ungrateful or treacherous is his dog." This term along time has been proven right and portrays the love and trust an animal can have towards its master. I personally love dogs because I have been around people who have owned different kinds of dogs while growing up. And as time has passed by I’ve come across the fact that many people find German Shepherds way more convenient to own then Saint Bernard’s in price, size, activates, and life span as to where big dogs are concerned. The German Shepherd Dog (also called ‘GSD’, ‘German Shepherd’, ‘Alsatian’, ‘Detacher Schaferhund’, or even ‘Police Dog’ in some countries) was bred in the late 19th and early 20th century in a concerted effort to breed the ultimate sheepdog. Contrary to popular opinion, it is no more closely related to the wolf than any other breed of dog. German Shepherds are more affordable because they prices to buy a puppy are $600- up. Unlike, Saint Bernard’s (also ‘St Bernard’, ‘St Bernhardshund’, or ‘Alpine Mastiff’) is a massive Swiss breed descending from the Roman Molossar and indigenous Swiss breeds. Because of their royal breed, Saint Bernard’s are more expensive to buy; they range from $1000- up. The German Shepherd Dog has a shoulder height of 22-26 inch, and weighs 77-85 lbs. It is a long, muscular dog with a black nose, powerful scissors bite, wide; erect ears, and intelligent, almond-shaped eyes. German Shepherd Dogs have a flat back, bushy, low hanging tail, muscular legs and chest, and short, round feet. They are the image of power and dignity. German Shepherd Dogs with a shoulder height over 25...
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