9 German Dog Breeds That Make Great Family Pets


This breed has been used on family fields for a long time as a ratter, a herder, a guardian, and a hunter. It is known for being smart and active. 

American Eskimo

Even though it's called a "Eskimo," the German Spitz, a Nordic breed, was used to make the American Eskimo. The breed is very flexible and loving with its family.


This breed is easy to spot because of its sharp nose and low body. Dachshunds, whose name means "badger dog," have been around for 600 years.


This breed is a mix between a Wolf Spitz, a Chow Chow, and a Samoyed. It is not very well-known. The breed is a big ball of fur, but it is also a calm, confident dog that is usually good with kids.

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The small Pomeranian is known for having a sassy attitude. Pomerania, which is now a part of Poland and West Germany, is where the breed came from. 


This strong, brave breed is related to the Roman legion's mastiffs. It is a loyal friend and protector. They are easy to train and want to do what you want, but they need a lot of mental exercise and a strict owner to be good.


This dog was first bred in Germany to hunt big game like bears and mountain cats. It is very friendly and loves people. Weimaraners are active and eager to please, but they need a lot of mental exercise to be happy.

Great Dane

The Great Dane is a breed of dog that is loyal and loves people. The breed was originally made to hunt boars, but it is very gentle, especially with children.

German Shepherd

This dog was originally bred to herd sheep, but it is now the breed of choice for military and police units all over the world.

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