Shiloh Shepherd

Shiloh Shepherd


Shiloh Shepherd Profile

Exercise:   stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon
stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon
Friendliness with dogs:
stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon
Friendliness with people:stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon
Ease of training:  stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon
Grooming effort:stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon
Affection:stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon

Lifespan: 9-14 Years

Avg height: 66-71cm

Avg weight: 50-60kg

Coat type: Plush, medium-length coat, with a dense undercoat 

Coat colours: Brown, cream, black & tan, silver, golden, red

Originally bred for: Companionship

Breed traitsCompanionable, trainable, loyal, outgoing, loving, gentle


A little about the Shiloh Shepherd

A relatively new breed, bred specifically for family compatibility, the Shiloh Shepherd is notably friendly, loyal and protective. The Shiloh Shepherd is gentle and affectionate and is suitable to households with children and other pets. They are outgoing and can hold their own and will exhibit an adaptable malleable nature. Their receptivity to training and inherent drive, like other shepherd breeds, makes them well suited to police work or herding.



Shiloh Shepherds can experience health issues including; Hip Dysplasia, Gastric Dilation Volvulus (GDV), Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth Syndrome, Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency, and Panosteitis.

Please be advised the information provided is purely an indicator of breed traits and characteristics and that within some breeds there can be significant variation.