Ceasar is a 3 year old Male German Shepherd, approximately 90 lbs, neutered, up to date on veterinary care and vaccinations. We have had him since 8 weeks old and it pains us to be in this situation; however we have come to realize he is not a good fit for our family situation. Ceasar is very loyal, has good obedience, and does fine for the most part at home with my wife and I. He listens to basic German commands well. Will sit, stay, leave it, and come on call back. The issues with Ceasar lie in his over protective nature, and unpredictable aggressive tendencies. Ceasar is very aggressive towards strangers, especially at home. If he is approached by a stranger on walks, he is likely to try and nip at them. Ceasar has gotten along with some dogs in the past; however he generally does not get along with most dogs. We have an 18 month old toddler of whom Ceasar has played with most of his life. Ceasar does well with home for the most part; however has made us uneasy on several occasions. Our baby tripped over Ceasar once and it startled him, Ceasar turned quickly and let out a low growl. Ceasar also on a few occasions has let out a low growl if our baby messes with his food dish while Ceasar is eating. Ceasar has never showed unprovoked aggression towards any of us; however with his unpredictable nature he simply can't be fully trusted. We plan to have more children and don't want the tension of not being able to trust our family dog. Ceasar was given for adoption to a female handler several months ago for two days. It was going great and he genuinely did well with her. After two days Ceasar and her other two shepherds began fighting and so we took him back in. We all feel if there were no other dogs, or maybe even just no other shepherds who shared the same dominant nature, that it would've worked out just fine. Ceasar needs an experienced handler, or someone who has good experience with dogs who show similar issues. Ceasar is very loyal, loving, and playful; he just needs placed in the right home.