Protection Dog Profile: Moto

Moto is our sable and black Czechoslovakian German Shepherd, also known as a Czech German Shepherd. He is 15-months-old and weighs 80 lbs. He is house trained, friendly to other animals, good with children and families, and obedience trained both on and off leash. He has a great personality and is very calm. He is extremely intuitive and will relax next to you while you relax, but he’s always on protection watch! Moto is fast and strong, both things you want in a dog trained to protect you. He is very hardworking and loyal and, due to his size, has a big presence. Moto has beautiful confirmation, and is a true working dog with a great personality that will fit in perfectly with your family and lifestyle. He is trained in all aspects of Executive and Family Protection work, and will make a perfect companion for you.

Czech German Shepherds are known for their intelligence, strength, and loyalty. They are amazing, working with tremendous drive while boasting sweet dispositions and personalities. They are commonly used in the military and for police work because of their intelligence, agility, strong work ethic, and tracking ability. The Czech German Shepherd is a line of the German Shepherd breed that goes back to the first officially registered German Shepherd, Horand von Grafrath. After WWII, Czechoslovakia shared a common border with East Germany. Many dogs were bred separately on both sides of the border. The dogs that were bred on the Czech side of the border were originally from the former East Germany side, but were bred with dogs from the exclusive breeding program of the Czechoslovakian Army’s border patrol. This explains why they were bred for intelligence, strength, and loyalty. The armies depended on these dogs in many ways, and the best dogs were used in the Czech breeding program.