Shiloh Shepherd Dog Breed
Shiloh Shepherd Dog Classification:
Shiloh Shepherds are working dogs, and
Other Names: Shilohs
Origins: Shiloh Shepherds was
originally developed by Tina M. Barber
of Shiloh Shepherds (kennel) in New York,
United States in 1974.
Description: The Shiloh Shepherd
has a strong, sturdy build. Shilohs are
larger and have a straighter back than
most modern Alsatians and German Shepherds.
They have a regal bearing with erect,
wedge shaped ears.
Size: Shiloh Shepherds weigh between
80 - 145 lbs, they stand 22.75 to 27.5
||22.75-25.25 inches tall
||25.5 - 27.5
Coat: Shiloh Shepherds come in
two distinct varieties, one with a long
coat (plush), one with a short coat (smooth).
The Plush variety has a double coat of
medium coarse guard hairs, with a soft
undercoat, with an obvious mane of fur.
Shiloh Shepherds come in a variety of
colors including solid black or white,
shades of black with tan, golden tan,
reddish tan, silver, and cream as well
as various shades of richly pigmented
golden, silver, red, dark brown, dark
gray, or black sables.
Disposition: Shiloh Shepherds
are intelligent, they have stable temperments
and are highly dependable. Shiloh Shepherds
are easy to manage and train.
Type Dog: Shiloh Shepherds are
Litter Size: Shiloh Shepherds
give birth to litters of 5 to 10 puppies.
Behavior: Shiloh Shepherds are
protective, they require both mental and
physical exercise and stimulation on a
Traits: Shiloh Shepherds are gentle,
calm, intelligent and eager to please.
Country of Origin: United States
Life Span: Shiloh Shepherd dogs
typically live 12 to 14 years.
Club Recognitions: none