One Fury Canine | The German Shepherd
Cleaning and grooming your German Shepherd dog can be an arduous affair. The dog is sometimes colloquially, affectionately known as the “German Shedder,” or "German Fur Ball" and it is easy to see why. These dogs are known for the massive amounts of fur they leave all over the floor and the house, from your couch to your rug to your bed to your bathtub. Thus, a relatively active program of grooming and cleaning is necessary in order to keep these gentle giants in order, and to keep the chaos of a one-hundred-pound dog at bay. Luckily, once you get the hang of it, the process by which you groom your German Shepherd Dog is relatively straightforward. You do not need to perform any kinds of surgical enhancements, such as docking the ear or tail, in order to get your dog neatly groomed and cleaned. Rather, you just need to learn how to wash your dog and let him or her run loose after that!