Overall, the German Sheprador is said to look more like the Lab but often with German not so broad of a head; they are large, sturdy dogs. The ears may hang or stand up but the eyes are usually dark brown. This breed has a short, smooth coat that usually appears black, tan or black and tan like the German Shepherds.
This hybrid will be exceedingly smart and trainable, courageous and confident. Both parent breeds are well known for trainability in a variety of jobs. Keep in mind these are high energy dogs that must get training and socialization early or else all of this brain power may be misdirected towards over-excitability, jumping, excessive barking, escaping your yard, etc. An experienced owner is recommended for most Shepherd mixes.
German Shepradors are ultimate hybrid dogs for families. Courageous, loyal, yet gentle they may alert you when necessary but aren't excessive barkers. Kids of all ages will find them loving playmates and they crave to be part of the family. This breed is generally friendly with everyone (including other pets) but early socialization is recommended for all breeds.
What a perfect match for an active owner or family! This breed needs an hour or so devoted to outdoor exercise each day and a fenced yard is recommended. They enjoy games with toys, trips to the dog park, long walks, hikes and can accompany you on runs or jogs.