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American Alsatian Pictures

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The front left side of a black and tan American Alsatian that is laying in front of large thick logs. There is a chainlink fence behind it and behind the fence are two dogs playing.

Winter the American Alsatian at 8 months old whelped at Schwarz Kennels in Oregon shown here at the dog park in Columbia, MD.

The front left side of a black and tan American Alsatian that is laying in front of large thick log. The dog has its tongue hanging out.

Winter the American Alsatian at 8 months old whelped at Schwarz Kennels in Oregon living in Columbia, MD.

The front left side of a black and tan American Alsatian that is smelling a  large thick cut log that is laying in grass.

Winter the American Alsatian at 8 months old whelped at Schwarz Kennels in Oregon living in Columbia, MD.

The front left side of a black and tan American Alsatian that is standing on a brick patio and drinking water from a dog water fountain.

Winter the American Alsatian at 8 months old whelped at Schwarz Kennels in Oregon living in Columbia, MD.

A black and tan American Alsatian dog is sleeping on a hardwood floor.

Winter the American Alsatian at 8 months old whelped at Schwarz Kennels in Oregon living in Columbia, MD.

Close up - The left side of a gray and tan American Alsatian dog sitting in front of an evergreen tree, its mouth is open and its tongue is hanging out.

Kilo the American Alsatian as a puppy at 3 months old of Schwarz Kennels. She currently resides in Illinois.

Close up - The left side of a gray and tan American Alsatian that is walking in front of a gray house. One of its ears is up and the other is flopped over to the side.

Kilo the American Alsatian as a puppy at 3 months old of Schwarz Kennels. She currently resides in Illinois.

The front right side of a gray and tan American Alsatian puppy that is standing in front of a newly planted evergreen tree with a black iron fence behind it. One if its ears is up and the other is flopped over to the side.

Kilo the American Alsatian as a puppy at 3 months old of Schwarz Kennels. She currently resides in Illinois.

The right side of a wet black with tan American Alsatian that is standing across a dirt path. It is looking forward, its mouth is open and its tongue is out.

Hector the American Alsatian at 11 months old, bred by Schwarz Kennels in Oregon—"Hector is a Giant American Alsatian. He weighs around 130 pounds at 11 months old. The is a gentle giant who thinks he is a lap dog. Very sweet natured. He is also very smart. He walks to heel (with and without a leash), he puts his toys away after playing with them in a basket. He recalls, sits, lays, stays and rolls over based on hand signals only. He also acts as a lifeguard near water and if someone calls him from the water he will jump in and swim around them until they grab his harness and then he will swim with them to the shore or side of the pool."

A black with tan American Alsatian is walking down a grass path. Its mouth is open, its tongue is out and it is looking to the left.

Hector the American Alsatian at 11 months old, bred by Schwarz Kennels in Oregon

A black with tan American Alsatian is laying across a dog bed, behind a toy and it is looking forward.

Hector the American Alsatian at 11 months old, bred by Schwarz Kennels in Oregon

Close up - The underside of the face of a black with tan American Alsatian that has its mouth open, its tongue out and it is looking to the left.

Hector the American Alsatian at 11 months old, bred by Schwarz Kennels in Oregon

A black with tan American Alsatian is shaking itself dry. Its mouth is open and its tongue is out.

Hector the American Alsatian at 11 months old, bred by Schwarz Kennels in Oregon