German Shepherd Puppies for Sale in Miami



Miami German Shepherd

One of the most popular and recognizable breeds of the AKC, German Shepherds stand in the front rank when it comes to canine royalty. German Shepherds are known for their courage, confidence, loyalty, as well as intelligence, obedience and openness to training. Not only that, they are a breed that is willing to put their life on the line to defend the ones they love. You can find our beautiful German Shepherd Puppies for Sale in Miami and other Forever Love Puppies stores in the area!

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Frequently Asked Questions - German Shepherd Puppies

German Shepherd puppies for sale Miami

Why do German Shepherds explore with their noses?

While all dogs have a better sense of smell than humans (10 to a 100 thousand times), your German Shepherd puppy will rank near the top in sense of smell. This is why they are used as police dogs, bomb and drug sniffing work, tracking and search and rescue.

Will my German Shepherd puppy be intelligent and easy to train?

If ever around German Shepherd puppies or adult dogs, you’ll know immediately. These are smart dogs. With this intelligence comes obedience and ease of training. They’re actually ranked 3rd smartest dog of all breeds according to “The Intelligence of Dogs” written by Stanly Coren.

What is the life expectancy of the average German Shepherd?

Most German Shepherds live somewhere between 10 and 13 years, with 11-12 years generally being considered the average. 

What health guarantees are there on Forever Love Puppies’ German Shepherd puppies for sale in Miami?

All German Shepherd puppies from Forever Love Puppies come with a 14 Day Infectious Disease and Parasites Warranty and 1 Year Hereditary and Genetic Warranty.

Do German Shepherd puppies shed?

Yes, according to the Official Standard of the German Shepherd Dog by the AKC, the ideal German Shepherd has a double coat with a dense outer coat. This means they shed. In order to help with the shedding, brush your GSD regularly. 

How much exercise will my German Shepherd need?

If you’re a couch potato, then you shouldn’t be looking into German Shepherd puppies, as they require a decent amount of exercise per day. If you’re looking to change things around though, then this would be the breed to get you going. 

German Shepherds need regular exercise to burn off excess energy, if not they may misbehave. If you’re a runner or someone who does regular cardio, the GSD can be your perfect companion.

How do German Shepherd puppies do in Miami’s hot weather?

German Shepherds are adaptable dogs. Once acclimated, they do well in both hot and cold climates. Always keep in mind, though, no matter climate, provide your German Shepherd pup with access to shade, shelter, and water.

Are German Shepherds good family dogs?

Your German Shepherd puppy will be a loving companion from the minute you take them home all the way through adulthood. The more time you spend with your GSD pup, the happier they’ll be. These loyal and dedicated dogs are not only gentle family pets, but are willing to put their life on the line to protect their loved ones.

If looking for German Shepherd puppies in Miami, look no further than Forever Love Puppies!

German Shepherd Breed Info

The German Shepherd Dog is hailed as the worlds leading police, guard and military dog, however, this dependable breed is more than its 9-to-5 job. Consistently one of the United States most popular breeds according toAKC Registration Statistics, the German Shepherd Dog is also a loving family companion, herder and show competitor. The breed is approachable, direct and fearless, with a strong, muscular body. History The German Shepherd Dog originated in 1899 at Karlsruhe, Germany due to the efforts of Captain Max von Stephanitz and others. Derived from the old breeds of herding and farm dogs, the first German Shepherd Dog exhibited in America was in 1907. The fame associated with Rin-Tin-Tin and Strongheart, two members of the breed whose movies played on variations of the boy and his dog theme, shot the popularity of the breed sky-high. Temperament Energetic and fun-loving, the breed is very fond of children once a relationship is established. He is a loyal family pet and a good guard dog, the ideal choice for many families. He requires regular exercise and grooming. The German Shepherd Dog is extremely intelligent. They are very easy to train with a firm hand and keep that training well.

  • Herding Group; AKC recognized in 1908.
  • Ranging in size from 22 to 26 inches tall at the shoulder.
  • Herding, police work.


  • Apartment is ok.
  • Low activity indoors.


  • Daily moderate to extended exercise.
  • May become restless without training.


  • Daily brushing.
  • Bathe when necessary.
  • Average shedding, heavy seasonal shedding.