Comments on Training the German Shepherd Puppy

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latrice   hanceville, AL

2/2/2012 10:33:50 AM

What can you do if your puppy keeps knocking over his water.

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jasmine   west palm beach, FL

5/13/2010 4:06:37 PM

im getting a german shepherd and you shouldnt hit it with a newspaper.

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Raleigh   Fountain, CO

3/24/2010 8:29:13 PM

Wow Why would you lie about such a great breed Demi. GSDs are some of the best dogs ever for kids, not to mention that your storie shows up on NO news site. My GSD mix is such a sweethart. She is 9 and ww get her as a Rescue, and she will let our 1 year old climb all over her and pull her ears and play with her teeth, and she will only stand up and walk away when she is tired of it.

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Regina   Rockville, MD

10/16/2009 5:38:29 AM

demi below me, everyone can tell your story is fake.

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connie   ft.wayne, IN

9/25/2009 12:28:39 PM

Having a german shepherd takes lots of training work and kindness............I have raise german shepherds for 30 and never ever had one of my dogs do anything like that.....I have seen however...owners that thinks its fun to say go get them....attack......or just plan abuse there rights of this breed............I do understand your frustraion about the dog you are so ill about........but perhaps you have not seen somthing that has been happening to this dog....for him to do what he is said to do.....NEVER NEVER in 30 years have I had one of my shepherds do this.....perhaps yours was an in breed......and had already had an illness in the head..........god bless the little child that endured the pain......but the german shepherd is truley a great loving family dog.....


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Demi   Flagstaff, AZ

8/28/2009 1:54:30 PM

these dogs are horrible with children. my old german shepherd attacked my baby when i had left the room. i had given him proper ettiquette training, and i thought he would be ok with the baby for two minutes. i know i shouldve been more careful, but the dog nearly killed my baby. my baby lost two fingers to the attack, and will always have a long scar down her back from the attack. the next month we found our dog dead by the creek, and do to the bites on his neck another dog may have killed him. i felt sad, but i also felt he had gotten what he
never trust these dogs. just don't. my baby is now a year old, and that scar is still there.

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john   beckley, WV

6/28/2009 6:52:13 PM

i just got a female pup and she is a sweetheart she is full blooded german shepard and is 5 weeks old i found your article very helpful

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Tara Devitt   Lehighton, PA

10/28/2008 4:03:16 AM

My GErman Shepherd is 12 weeks old. We are trying to potty train her. I would like to know some helpful tools to work with. Im not doing such a good job at it.

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Jim   Ocala, FL

1/24/2008 6:40:12 PM

I also trained German Shepherd puppies, and I did it almost exclusively with a ball the size of a soccer ball. That ball works perfectly with a German Shepherd because they can't get their teeth into it and pop it. They'll instictively try to heard the ball and bring it back to you. (It's why they call them shepherds.) Once the dog figures out the game, they almost won't give up chasing the ball and bringing it back to you so that you will kick it again, so that they can chase it down over and over again. Once the game is going, you teach them to STOP, then "bring it," sit, "gimme your paw." And people will come from all around to watch the German Shepherd playing soccer. The dog actually rolls the ball with his nose and steers it in the direction he wants with his front paws. My Stormy would put his front paw on the top of the ball as if to say, "you just go try and kick it." But if I ignored him, he'd roll the ball around to where he thought I could see it, and say "hey, try and kick the ball!" And that's how training with a soccer ball got started with me.

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linda   canadian, TX

7/8/2006 8:38:05 AM

The article on traing your puppy was a good one and this is my first time to it and I find it very helpful....Thanks linda Patterson


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