The German Shepherd Dog has a great following worldwide and is a very versatile, all-round companion dog. They are used by the armed services and police for protection, tracking, rescue work; for herding and as a guide dog for the blind.

However, the vast majority are owned by Shepherd enthusiasts as beloved family pets.

We hope to give you some understanding of the background of the breed's history and what The German Shepherd Dog League of NSW Inc can offer you in regards to training and general care of your Shepherd.

The GSDL of NSW and the German Shepherd Dog Council of Australia (GSDCA) have been established to promote the breeding, exhibition and overall improvement of the German Shepherd Dog in Australia

What's News from the GSDL ?

We are updating the State Sieger & Siegerin photographs on the wall in the GSDL Building
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We are updating the State Sieger & Siegerin photographs on the wall in the GSDL Building – if you have had a NSW State Sieger or Siegerin since 2012 including Long Stock Coats.  Please send a … Read More

Annual General Meeting
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Our next meeting will be our Annual General Meeting.  Please note this will be Thursday, November 29.  The meeting is at Orchard Hills Rooms at 8 pm.

Making Payments to Us !
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Members are reminded that all cheques must be made out to the German Shepherd Dog League of NSW, not “GSDL”

The GSDL is looking for a volunteer to take on the Social Secretary position.
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For more information please contact Fay Stokes on faystokes@dodo.com.au  or 0401 019 213

New Obedience Members Please Note
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Obedience for new members will commence the first Tuesday of the month.  For any more information please contact our Training coordinator Kathie Minton on kathleen.minton@det.nsw.edu.au

Canine Hip Dysplasia Study
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Canine Hip Dysplasia Study “Are We There Yet”?  GSDL Members can help Dr. Robert Zammit with a donation to this cause.   Read the attached article and find the details to donate.   Link to the Canine-Hip-Dysplasia-Study article.   … Read More