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I have a Yorky nine months old and he is potty trained but now he is starting to P all over the floor now what is the problem sure need help. Thank you. I have a 3yr old K9 attack trained dog who is wonderful. Friendly, obedient, loves people.
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In attack classes he is very protective and obeys commands extremely well. Protects his yard, but not the porch where he lays or people coming in the house can just walk in. How can I get him to portray some protection in these two situations. Also anyone can walk up to the car and stick their hand in. Thanks for sharing these tips!
I think you bring up a good point to ensure that priority is given to obedience training! Many dog owners often neglect this and wonder what went wrong! I actually run a blog: www. Some of your readers might be interested on the resources and infographics available on my blog! I think this is very important information to know especially if you are planning on becoming a pet owner soon. Not just German shepherds either, it is important all dogs are trained. I know that my dog will protect me when needed and stay calm when needed, I raised him well.
I hope this article as well as the many others we have on site, can help you with training tips for your dog. I hope those articles as well as this one is helpful for you and your dog. But, work with a trainer too.
The 7 Golden Rules to German Shepherd Training
Large dogs need direction, and you will serve everyone well by having a well trained dog. Enter your e-mail address to get a secret discount code for your first purchase:. German Shepherds will usually take to being a guard dog naturally. It's important to train them to be obedient. Learn how here. Step 1 Socialize your German Shepherd dog puppy from the start. Step 2 Enroll your German shepherd dog puppy in an obedience class as soon as possible, and train your dog thoroughly in basic obedience.
Step 3 Teach your German shepherd dog to cease barking on command. Step 6 Walk your German shepherd dog on a leash around the perimeter of your property regularly to identify your territorial boundaries.
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So we worked on the basics like sit, stay, down, heel etc. Which was the tipping point in working with her. But it might be worth noting that your girl could be driven by physical affection to begin with or even exercise like a walk in the woods or at the park. So try those out too. The truth is all dogs are driven by something.
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And sometimes with mellow dogs, abused dogs or adult dogs with little or no training background this might take some time. I wrote about it in this article. Once I figured this out, I used these treats only during training sessions. This will build her confidence. You can see a very useful graphic of how this works here.
Just jump to the section of counter conditioning. Here I suggest going really, really slow. Help her not to become overwhelmed. As you know, in training in agility and obedience baby steps are always the best. Despite some major life struggles that she saw me through, it is losing her here, that has been my hardest , most anguished experience that I have ever faced! Now I am very blessed to have reached a point in my healing to love a new GSD puppy and embrace this little ones own individualality!
To commit to another GSD to me, is a tribute to how wonderful my deceased girl was and in doing so is also coming from a drive for me to commit to this outstanding intelligent, energetic affectionate,breed and welfare of! I am so excited to have found this forum as I am just potty training my new little girl! Thank you so much for sharing your profound wisdom!!!! Your comment has struck a cord with me. My Charley is turning 9 in a few weeks.
On Friday our vet found a tumor in her abdomen. But losing a dog that has been there through thick and thin is a painful experience. And many of the readers here at GSC have had the same success. This article is awesome. I got a cross breeded German Shepherd puppy and I was happy. I went online to check how to train it and I came across this site.
You made my day! Hi, just stumbled across this website and thought id give it a go asking a few questions if you dont mind….. Weve always had German Shepherds as theyre the best dog their is, each one has been fantastic with our kids and always an excellent temprement however our current 4 year old white coated boy is doing something none of our previous shepherds have done. Hes extremely anxious, not at home but when we take him to our kids school for example tie his leash to a tree he constantly barks until we return where we duly get a telling off lol once we start to walk away from the school he goes back to being fine again.
A friend of my wife walks to the school with her to and from each day and she also has a dog boxer and they get on great. It seems his anxiety has increased as we use to have a older male named Butch who sadly passed away in August We spoke to our vet and they said it could be hes grieving the loss of Butch as we got Max when he was just 8 weeks old. Rather hang on with that and see how Max gets on. I think now that Max has a buddy again you might not need to consider neutering at all once things calm down. Also, in my opinion, I prefer neutering males much later. Since you know the breed so well, you know that males can take up to 5 years to mature fully.
I believe keeping their hormones balanced into maturity is a smart move.
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I have a couple of questions regarding his anxiety. Did Max and Butch hang around together when you folks went out to the school for example?
Or has Max always accompanied you alone with Butch staying behind at home? Unless you have some serious skills in raising a bottlefed puppy your puppy will either survive and have terrible health problems his entire life, or your puppy could die.
German Shepherds are working dogs first and foremost even if you decide on a show line dog. They have high drives that need to be stimulated or they can become destructive and even depressed.