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Loving Your German Shepherd Pup By Jan A Ryan

A German Shepherd pup is one that is a great addition to any home as long as you take the steps needed to maintain control of the situation. Every dog should view his or her owner as the pack leader in order for the owner to maintain control, and this is no different for the German Shepherd pup. When raising your German Shepherd pup, it is essential to make sure that your dog knows all of the basic commands in order for you to be able to keep control over every situation. When most people bring a German Shepherd pup into their home, they are often times hoping that this animal will grow into a nice guard dog who will alert them of dangers if they ever arise. But there are two different types of guard dogs, as there are the dogs that can't be trusted around anyone including its human family, and the dog that only sees danger in strangers. Raising your German Shepherd pup the right way will make sure that you can trust your family pet to protect your family instead of harming it. There is a lot to learn and to take into consideration when bringing a German Shepherd puppy into your home but the process can be a joyous one if handled with care, concern, and love. For a pup to grow into an emotionally well-balanced dog, you need to take certain steps in raising the pup and be cautious not to make certain mistakes. When raising your German Shepherd pup, it is important to seek the help of a professional trainer the moment you begin to notice problems with biting or barking. You want to make sure that any sign of aggression towards its family is stopped right away. Dogs are pack animals by nature and you must make sure that your dog sees you as the pack leader and they must know their place. If the dog feels they are the pack leader, this is generally where behavior problems such as violence come into play. During the raising process, even though you are trying to establish yourself as the pack leader, it is important that you never strike the dog. This will only physically hurt the dog or make them end up resenting you, which can end poorly once the dog has grown into an adult. Teach it with love and respect, not violence and fear. Remember, what you put into raising your dog will be what you reap later. If you want to make sure that you have a well-behaved and well-trained dog, it is important to make sure that proper training is done during the puppy stages to achieve this. Every German Shepherd pup should be able to sit, stay, come and heel on command. Along with potty training and other house
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breaking sessions, your pup must learn to listen to you. Raising a well-behaved pup is easy as long as proper training and nutrition are given. Nutrition is something that a lot of people do not seem to always link to behavior problems. If your pup is suffering from something due to the lack of proper nutrition, then they may act out in order to tell you something is wrong. Since dogs can't speak, it is up to you to give them everything they need. By doing a few simple steps, you will help not only yourself but your pup as well. Jan Ryan brings a lot of knowledge and passion to this article while trying to make sure that the German Shepherd pup is given everything needed to grow into a well-balanced adult. German Shepherd Puppies are always a great addition to any home as long as certain precautions are taken. The German Shepherd pup is not only a great companion but guard dog as well. When thinking of bringing a German Shepherd pup into your home, it is important to understand everything that is involved. _Care.php German Shepherd puppy care should never be taken lightly.

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A German Shepherd Puppy May Be Just What Your Family Needs! By Mike Yeager

A German Shepherd Puppy May Be Just What Your Family Needs! by: Mike Yeager A German Shepherd puppy can become a very welcome member of your household. German Shepherd puppies bond with the family, and you will never have a truer friend. They are very tolerant of little children and make ideal family pets. A German Shepherd puppy is good natured, but needs firm training. If you are considering German Shepherd puppies for sale, you should know the benefits of having your dog professionally trained. The right training can make an enormous difference in your German Shepherd puppy development. They keep their training for a lifetime. A German Shepherd puppy usually will grow to 24 inches high and will weigh as much as 95 lbs. The males are usually a little bit larger than the females. They range in color from black and tan to black and red, while the white German Shepherd is being seen more often. They’re ancestors are believed to come from Germany, from the sheep herding dogs that were relied on daily to care for the herds. They’re greatly adaptable and respected around the world for their intelligence, strength and agility. A new German Shepherd puppy does best out of doors and with plenty of room to run and people to interact with. As far as German Shepherd puppy training goes, here are a few tips. They make an excellent family dog, even though they may pick one person as their favorite. If a German Shepherd puppy is raised with children around, the puppy will grow and develop patience and tolerance to all the special attention busy little hands can give. If you’re going to raise your German Shepherd puppy around children, especially young children, be sure to show a little extra patience…sometimes puppies get excited and love to wrestle with little kids and their toys. A little care and lots of love and your German Shepherd puppy will grow into a loyal, well-adjusted and welcome member of your family for years to come.

Mike Yeager Publisher

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