White Swiss Shepherd
This dog is more timid and clingy towards the owner.
Still, the Berger Blanc Suisse is well-known for her high intelligence. While not preferred for police work, she does make an excellent service dog and performs well in various dog competitions.
The White Shepherd is a direct descendant of the German Shepherd Dog and the two breeds share common roots and are similar in appearance. However, the White Shepherd evolved from a continuous selection for a working companion dog with that exclusive color, beauty, and elegance as seen both standing and in motion. Its high degree of intelligence and sense of loyalty have allowed it to become one of the most versatile working dogs (as well as pets) in existence.
Gentle and majestic, this breed is not to be confused with the White German Shepherd. Certain characteristics single her out from the German clan, earning her recognition by the Kennel Club in 2017 as the 219th pedigree dog breed.
While she does well around children, if left alone for too long, separation anxiety will start to set in.
|Other names||American White Shepherd, White Canadian Shepherd|
|Origin||United States, Canada|
Keep 'em Active
Exercise is key for keeping this dog in tip-top shape. Opt for long runs, vigorous walks or playing outside with interactive toys.
This is one of those intelligent breed’s that needs training– craves it even! They love to be challenged, whether it’s by learning new commands or perfecting agility on an obstacle course.