Mammoth Original is a superior quality dog bed. A dog's best friend, a security blanket. Mammoth beds are durable and mold to your dog's body. Composed of a removable inner pillow and a cozy ring for support. It is the softest bed available and is sure to be enjoyed by the biggest and heaviest of breeds. Mammoth can fit into any part of your decor, your dog's room, the living room, or the kitchen. Made from 100% all new materials, the inner pillow has a removable cover and the outer ring too.
Mammoth uses a Velcro system for easy removal. The entire bed is completely washable. Made to last from 100% all new virgin materials, the high memory upholstery fiber fill bounces back after every use. This is no ordinary fill, engineered only through Mammoth. Mammoth stands one foot off the ground. Now that's a dog bed!
dog bed will accompany any breed. The cover is made from an industrial strength
canvas, which is a polyester/cotton construction that won't shrink when washed
and will hold up to any abuse. We use only the highest quality poly thread, that
delivers a professional double serge all the way around. Specially designed to
accommodate large breeds, vets, breeders and kennels.
Mammoth is 100% guaranteed.
Your dog will thank you. Order yours today!
German Shepherds dates back to as early as the
7th Century A.D. The German Shepherds roots are in the mountain sheepdog
of Germany. About 1880 the German army modified this breed for work as a
military dog. The first German Shepherd exhibit was in 1882 in Hanover.
Credit for the formation of the modern breed is given to German fancier
Rittmeister von Stephanitz.
The first impression of a good German Shepherd Dog is that of a strong, agile, well muscled animal, alert and full of life. It is well balanced, with harmonious development of the forequarter and hindquarter. The dog is longer than tall, deep-bodied, and presents an outline of smooth curves rather than angles. It looks substantial and not spindly, giving the impression, both at rest and in motion, of muscular fitness and nimbleness without any look of clumsiness or soft living. The ideal dog is stamped with a look of quality and nobility--difficult to define, but unmistakable when present.
During the First World War, the incredible number of 48,000 German Shepherd Dogs were enlisted with the German army, many taken forcefully from their owners.