Is a King Shepherd a German Shepherd? King Shepherds are still a relatively new dog breed, but these dogs always consist of a German Shepherd mixed with another large or giant breed. The original King Shepherds included one Shiloh Shepherd parent (a German Shepherd and Alaskan Malamute hybrid).
Are King Shepherds as smart as German Shepherds? The German Shepherd and the King Shepherd have almost identical traits. However, the King is a lot less intense, calmer, and less aggressive. Both breeds make wonderful, loyal pets. They also make great working dogs due to their intelligence and easy trainability.
How do I know if I have a King Shepherd? The King Shepherd is a hybrid dog breed. They’re a mix of many different breeds, but always have German Shepherd ancestry. The main colors of King Shepherds are fawn, red, black, brown, and sable. Their coats are usually a combination of two or more colors.
Are King Shepherds bigger than German Shepherds? Not only are King Shepherds bigger than German Shepherds but they are also more heavily muscled and stronger. The German Shepherd weighs 48 to 90 pounds (22 to 40 kilograms). King Shepherd males weigh between 130 and 150 pounds (59 to 68 kg).