When I was showing Morgans I sat and studied ringside and decided what I like or didn't like in a horse or the way it
moved. I also learned what I really like or disliked in a trainer. I've used that same idea with German Shepherds.
I know what I like despite what the "trendy" thing may be at the time.
I do not want an "over-the-top" dog that I can't live with in the house. They must be able to socialize with people
yet turn on when it's time to turn on. I still go to horse shows so I want a dog that is stable around other animals
and kids but will dissuade strangers from even thinking about touching our stuff or ourselves.
With this in mind, I've decided to stay with predominately West German and Belgium dogs. I've found them easy to
work with and easy to live with. This is of course, just my opinion and you'll hear different things from different
breeders. We all have our preferences and none of them are wrong or right. It's up to you, the puppy or adult
dog purchaser that has to decide what YOU like in a dog!