German Shepherd Dog Behavior


German Shepherd Behavior - The reference to temperament of your dog is a combination of drives, individual behavior and unique characteristics that are inherited from the each parent and the grand parents. - It's absolutely true and most often overlooked. Temperament of the German Shepherd dog is inherited by genetics. If one parent is weak it will show in their offspring and will continue until the weak trade is complimented by a more desired trait. Temperament is inherited, not developed.

Training your German shepherd dog

Training your German shepherd dog

If you choose to train your German shepherd dog yourself, use a method that has a starting point (basic) and different levels of training (advance). This process will give you.

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Socializing your German shepherd dog

Socializing your German shepherd dog

Socialization is basically the very lengthy (life-long) desensitization process of exposing your puppy to every new sound, sight, and situation possible. To eliminate any adverse reaction.

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Puppy Biting

Puppy Biting

That's what another puppy would do, and it helps the puppy understand. This sound needs to be what a puppy would do when the idea is "Ouch! That hurts!

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Why dogs chew

Why dogs chew

Chewing is normal for dogs, but it can cause problems when your shoes, books or furniture are the targets. Correcting problem chewing is often simply a matter of preventing.

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Attention, seeking & destructiveness

Attention, seeking & destructiveness

German shepherd attention, seeking & destructiveness. If your dog has discovered how to get your attention by behaving destructively, consider.

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Hitting your dog, Never!

Hitting your dog, Never!

In no uncertain terms should hitting your dog be considered appropriate punishment - it is certainly abuse. But I still see people choosing to hit their dogs.

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