German Shepherd Coloring Pages

Get and print these German Shepherd coloring pages for free. German Shepherd coloring pages are fun ways for children to develop their creativity, concentration, motor skills, and color recognition.

German Shepherd is a working dog. It is loyal, confident, solid. They are protective and fearless. As guard dogs, they are the first choice for many people.

Free German Shepherd Coloring Pages

Dog Coloring Pages German Shepherd
Dog Coloring Pages German Shepherd
Free German Shepherd Coloring Pages
Free German Shepherd Coloring Pages
German Shepherd Clipart Coloring Pages
German Shepherd Clipart Coloring Pages
German Shepherd Coloring Pages Printable
German Shepherd Coloring Pages Printable
German Shepherd Coloring Pages
German Shepherd Coloring Pages
German Shepherd Dog Coloring Pages
German Shepherd Dog Coloring Pages
German Shepherd Puppy Coloring Pages 1
German Shepherd Puppy Coloring Pages 1
Printable German Shepherd Coloring Pages
Printable German Shepherd Coloring Pages
Realistic German Shepherd Coloring Pages
Realistic German Shepherd Coloring Pages
Realistic German Shepherd Dog Coloring Pages
Realistic German Shepherd Dog Coloring Pages
Coloring Pages German Shepherd Dog
Coloring Pages German Shepherd Dog

Physical Characteristics of The German Shepherd

The German Shepherd has very distinctive physical characteristics. It usually measures about 60 centimeters to the withers and weighs between 30 and 40 kilograms. 

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The German Shepherd’s body is longer than tall, with the croup typically lower than the withers and ending in a long tail in line with the loin.

It is a medium-sized dog but very strong, muscular, and agile. The German Shepherd’s head, crowned by erect, pointed ears, always attracts attention.

Its hair is short, stiff, compact, smooth, and adherent, with a dense undercoat. The typical German Shepherd almost everyone imagines combines a tan body with a black back.

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Life expectancy

The life expectancy of the German Shepherd is between 8 and 10 years. However, as we always say, the actual life expectancy of each animal will depend on its particular characteristics and genetics, lifestyle, and other factors such as, for example, feeding or hygiene.

However, German Shepherds do not have to develop aggressive behaviors. It would help if you kept in mind, of course, that, like any other dog, they need to be socialized from the time they are puppies with people and other animals.