German Sherpador Mix
German Sherpador Mix
German Sherpador Mix


They can be traced back to their German roots toward the end of the 1800s. They were originally bred and developed as working dogs who could herd and guard sheep.

Care and Health

A good brushing per week will probably do the job and bathing is recommended every few months with a mild shampoo. Too much bathing can strip the coat of their natural oils. Check their ears for debris and pests daily and clean them as recommended by your vet. While most are generally healthy, some may be prone to a few issues such as hip and elbow dysplasia and digestive issues (bloat and diarrhea).

Fun Fact

The German Shepherd has a reputation for aggression; much of this is undeserved. He is highly alert and is reserved around strangers, so he makes for a great watchdog. It takes a while for him to make friends, but once he does, he is immensely loyal

Good For

Companionship and watchdogs


Friendly, loyal, intelligent, even-tempered.


Size large, medium Fur, sheds a lot, high energy.

The Cutest German Sherpador Mixes on Pet Parade

  • Mabel
  • Max
  • Dexter
  • Dakota
  • Olive
  • Mitten
  • Shadow
  • Max
  • Thor