well if by dominant she meant wont start a fight but sure will finish one....
NONE of my shepherds have been dominant and i've had several fosters as well. Least not in the sense that people assume. They are strong intelligent dogs. Shasta can be a total pain in the butt but she's not dominant in any way. Neither is Riley. Zena wouldnt start a fight but you better believe she would have finished it.
It takes a strong owner to have a strong dog. Breed doesnt matter. There are chihuahuas that walk all over their owners because they have never been told no or trained.
I'm honestly more concerned about the goldens i've come in contact with. Fearful, aggressive.... list goes on. I had a golden in class I actually had to dismiss from the class because he was just completely unpredictable. The lights were on and the wheel was turning but the hamster was dead.
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Shasta GSD 5/5/10 CGC, ITD, TC
"Dax" Thor z vom Weberhaus CAX, CGCA, ETD, HCT, NCO-1, PKD-T, RATI, RATN, RA, TC 3/18/2013
Zena GSD 6/1/03-2/16/2016
Riley GSD/BC 1/10/05-2/1/2013