German-shepherd meaning

A dog of a large breed developed in Germany, having a dense grayish to brownish or black coat and often trained to assist the police.
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Any of a breed of large dog somewhat resembling a wolf, with a bushy tail and erect ears, developed in Germany to herd sheep, now often used as a guard dog, a police dog, and a guide for the blind.
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A medium-sized breed of dog often used as a guard dog or police dog.
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Origin of german-shepherd

  • A more commonly used shortening from German Shepherd Dog.
    From Wiktionary