White German Shepherd temperament
White German Shepherd personality is perceived to be softer and gentler than the traditionally colored GSD.
But there doesn’t seem to be any evidence to support this bias.
As with any working purebred dog breed, it is important to realize right away that these dogs are not bred to be lap dogs.
They are not lap dogs. Due to the high level of work and interaction they need.
Otherwise, there is a very real risk that your German Shepherd will become bored and destructive.
Early, daily, consistent and continuous socialization is a MUST. This will help to keep that protective instinct from becoming aggression.
An even higher level of socialization is essential in those early weeks too.
From 8 to 14 weeks old, have visitors around every day, and take your puppy to at least one new busy location.