When the British Kennel Club accepted this breed registration in 1919, 54 dogs were registered, and by 1926, a total of 8,000 dogs. This breed was first recognized in the world when the First World War came to an end, the soldiers returning home greatly praised this breed. Actor dogs such as Rin Tin Tin and Strongheart were even more popular. The first German shepherd dog registered in the United States was the Queen of Switzerland; however, the puppies it was born with were not perfect, resulting from poor breeding, causing the breed to lose popularity in the second half of the 1920s.
The popularity of this breed increased after Sieger Pfeffer von Bern won the Grand Victor in 1937 and 1938 Grand Victor at the American Kennel Club dog show, then declined again when World War II ended, the result of chimpanzee De Duc god at that time. As time passed, the breed’s popularity increased, until 1993, it became the third most popular breed in the United States. As of 2009, this breed is the second most popular dog breed in America. In addition, this breed is often the most favored dog in other countries, and the German Shepherd Dog is well-built for maneuverability. They often compete in shows and try out ‘quick show’.