White Shepherd

The White Shepherd is a herding dog closely related to the German Shepherd that is known for its stark white coat, intelligence, and unwavering loyalty to its people. While there are accounts of white German Shepherds in and around Germany dating back to the 1880s, the White Shepherd is its own distinct breed recognized by the United Kennel Club. ike other herding breeds, White Shepherds were primarily used to guard and drove livestock over vast distances with minimal supervision. These courageous dogs have also been used throughout history in the fields of law enforcement, security, scent detection, and search & rescue due to their intelligence, impeccable sense of smell, and trainability.