They say beauty comes in all shapes and sizes.
We truly believe this but guess what? It’s not just applicable for humans but animals especially German shepherd mix breeds. Now if you’re a dog lover like us, you’d be surprised to learn about German Shepherd Mix we’re going to tell you all below.
We know that when you hear the word German Shepherd, you ultimately think of this big bad wolf a.k.a the most common of the commons German Shepherds. But the truth is, German Shepherd Mix is absolutely, positively super cute! Take a look at them yourself.
As you might have guessed, it’s a mix between a German Shepherd and a husky! Now, who doesn’t like huskies! One of the purest, cutest breed of all. And you breed them with German Shepherds, you get the most adorable yet kind of ‘willing to take a risk’ German Shepherd Mix. Look at this good boy!
German Shepherd St.Bernard
So you breed a German Shepherd with a St.Bernard dog, you get a nerdy dog called a Saint Shepherd! They’re gorgeous when little, naive when growing up and they have an amazing laid back personality which makes it easy to tame and train them.
Although, one downside, if you’re thinking of buying one, is that they drool a lot.Like A LOT!!
Basset Hound German Shepherd mix
Quite frankly, you’ll be surprised to learn that this German Shepherd mix is basically the smartest of all. Considering how alert and genius are Basset Hounds, you mix them with a German Shepherd, you get the best of both sides.
They’re kind of scary looking, not going to lie, but they’re worth the buy!
An Australian cattle dog of the “blue” hue and a German shepherd mix up to make this beautiful breed. But this crossbreed takes on either one of the parent’s particular characteristics.
Normally, it doesn’t have both parents’ traits but it’s very rare. Both of these breeds are a member of the American Kennel Club’s herding group, so crossing them, getting the breed as an outcome is just something special!
Labrador German Shepherd mix
Or as people like to call it, German Sheprador or even Labra shepherd. They’re great as a watchdog and family companion. But it won’t be a great choice for people getting their first dog.
German Shepherd mixed with a Doberman
Usually known as Doberman Shepherd, this dog’s more loyal than German Shepherd themselves. German Shepherds have a stronger athletic build whereas Dobermans are tall and thin.
But a mix of these will get you a nice looking dog who’s more loyal to you than either of its parents. They’re also called Doberman Pinschers in some countries.
Pit-bull and a German Shepherd mix
You’re either a Pitbull person or a German Shepherd one! You can’t be both. To your surprise, once you see this doggo, you’ll actually suddenly become a fan of this breed. They’re super adorable, easy to handle.
One downside for having them as pets is you need a huge ground for them and a big house. Yes, they’re that needy for their play and sleep.
Bernese Mountain Dog and a German Shepherd mix
German Mountain or the Euro Mountain Sheparnese is one of a kind! He loves affection and attention, goes hard to protect you, and is very entertaining for those around him.
He’s friendlier than his parents. Much tamed and trained, and gets work done easily. But that’s only when you care for him a little too much.
German Shepherd bred with a Golden Retriever
Ok, hear us out, this is one of the best German Shepherd Mix! They’re growing up to be enormous, energetic, and quite lovely. They’re the most loyal and caring dogs you and your family will ever have!
Rottweiler and a German Shepherd mix
Last but not the least, these will go hard to take care of you when you take care of them! This breed is super energetic, amazingly loyal, and enthusiastic all the time. They can sense danger and are ready to die hard for you!