Question by NONAME: Whats up with the shiloh shepherd ?
I was walking across the street and a truck was stopped at the red lights. And a dog was hanging out of his window with a head the size of a basketball. And fluffy fur that made it even bigger looking.
I said “What is that?” and he said “german shepherd”… In my head I was thinking no way.
So I went home and did a little googling and turns out theres a breed called Shiloh Shepherd that is fkn massive. Are they a real breed? And do they have the same personality/temperament of a GSD?
Answer by Goldenly Addicted
The “Shiloh Shepherd” is not a breed so therefore, it isn't recognized by any legitimate dog organization. It is just another one of those mutts that are bred for no specific purpose other than looks.
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