Very Importance of Teaching Your Puppy How to Be Alone

When you first get a puppy, there is so much to do to introduce him to his new home. From potty training to puppy-proofing, you might feel like your hands are full. But there is one critical step you don’t want to forget — teaching your pup how to enjoy being alone. Although it’s tempting to spend every…

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Training your puppy come, sit

Training your puppy to come, sit, lie down, and stay down is most important both for the safety of your dog and for harmonious relaaations with your family, friends, and outsude the home. As a breed, the german shepherd is exceptionally responsive to basic obedience training. Come and sit Try to work in a quiet,…

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Toys for your new puppy

Suitable toys for chewing and playing well designed toys help stimulate your puppy phisically and mentally.However, shepherds can be possessive about toys – particularly squeaky ones. Therefore, let your dog see you put ll play items awey after use, so it understands that they belong to you. Keep only a limiteds collection of toys, choosing…

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Meeting strangers

Arrange gor a canine-loving friend to meet you and your dog outdoors. Ask your friend to kneel down to greet the puppy, as this will help dissuade it from jumping up. Also discourage direct eye contact, which can provoke a fearful or worried response-not uncommon in shepherds. Finally, provide your friend with your puppy’s favourite…

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House training indoors and out

Paper training Your puppy will usually want to eleminate after walking, eating, drinking, or exercise. It may signal this by putting the dog in an area covered with newspaper, and praise it when it urinates or messes. It is pointless to punish your puppy after an accident. If you catch it in the act, however,…

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Your new puppy

Ideally, buy your German Shepherd puppy from a recommended breeder when it is about eight weeks old. Older puppies and young adults may find it harder adapting to a new home. Make a careful choice after viewing several litters, then get everything ready to help ensure a smooth ontroduction for all. Choosing the right puppy…

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Cared for as one of the Family

A dog can provide an enormous amount of companionship and affection, but ypu must be prepared to care for your pet for at least the next 13 years. Like a young child, it depends on you for its health and well-being. Make sure you can cope with inconveniences such as house trainining and moulted hair,…

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The ideal choice?!

The German Shepherd is indeed an impressive breed – noble and handsome in appearance, hignly alert, and always full of life. However, before choosing a Shepherd either for showing or as a pet, make sure that you are the right owner for such an energetic and spirited dog. Loyal Protector of the Home Most dogs…

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Bounding with…..Energy Ideal or not !?

(German Shepherds) are large dogs which thrive on physical and mental activity. Consider acquiring one only if you can provide it with the space, exercise, and attention it needs. Bored Shepherds lead unhappy lives, and through frustration may tend to be vocal and even destructive. Properly cared for, this vigorous, responsive breed can be among…

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7 Obedience Training Tips for German Shepherds

German Shepherds are big, powerful and highly intelligent dogs. They make wonderful pets, but obedience training is essential for their mental wellbeing and safety. Unfortunately, there are many myths about training dogs – particularly large and strong breeds. These include using pain as a correction tool, asserting dominance with alpha rolls, or withdrawing food for…

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