Yes, East European Shepherds are highly intelligent and trainable, but they require a firm and consistent hand in training.
East European Shepherds are generally healthy dogs, but they may be prone to hip dysplasia and bloat.
East European Shepherds require regular grooming, including brushing their coat at least once a week and bathing them every 2-3 months.
No, East European Shepherds are large dogs and require a lot of space to move around. They are better suited for homes with a large yard or open space.
The average lifespan of an East European Shepherd is between 10-12 years.
The average weight of an East European Shepherd is between 30-50 kg.
Yes, East European Shepherds are high-energy dogs and require at least 1-2 hours of exercise per day.