Your average puppy buyer doesn't think that way. They either want a male because they're bigger, or a female so we can "have puppies and get our investment back." :headbang:Are there any differences in personality between the males and females that would make one or the other more popular?
Agree w/this. Have experienced the same thing growing up and with my own dogs. All the females we've had were more nervous and territorial.I prefer males because they seem less distracted and I have read females can be more territorial due to the maternal instinct.
I have owned both sexes and after my 2 female GSD pass away, I will stick with the males since I feel they are more focused and less nervous, in my opinion or experience only.
So what you're sayng is boys can be taught over and over and won't really notice if you teach them a different way because they can't remember what you said the first time?If you screw up the way you taught something, the boys seem to be more willing to relearn it. The girls are more like Sorry Buddy You messed up. THIS is the way we do it now.