Based on the name of these cute and cuddly creatures, you've probably figured out that this breed of hybrid dog results from crossing a German Shepherd with a Rottweiler. As a result of their unconventional parentage, Shepweilers have inherited a number of traits from both of their parents that allow them to try out all kinds of activities; Shepweilers can learn to participate in agility, scent, and tracking activities as well as a few strength and brain training activities. These dogs have energy to spare as well, which allows the both of you to get involved with some pretty intense activities together.
Shepweilers are very versatile breeds who can participate in a number of activities. While the activities we discussed in this guide are all reliable means of training your pet and helping them become more well rounded, they only scratch the surface of what you can eventually do with your dog. We encourage to continue thinking up new and creative activities that you and your pet can try out over the years and to really get to know your Shepweiler so that you can eventually tailor more activities to play off of your pup's specific strengths as well as their specific weaknesses.