Since founding Shepped.com, we’ve gotten hundreds of questions from visitors like you, all concerned about how they’re raising their German Shepherd puppy or adult dog.
Some of them were fairly basic questions, like what’s the best food, or the best feeding schedule?
While others were a bit more frantic, wondering what certain symptoms meant that their dog was beginning to show, and if it was something serious, or something that could be treated at home.
Over the last 2 months, we’ve taken all of those questions, and even a few more, and put together the ultimate compilation, aimed to answer every single one of them.
We’ve received countless emails, with questions all across the board.
Here’s just a small sample of what we’ve received from you guys.
Question: My dog is constantly digging, and scratching, and I’m noticing little bites on my arms -- what should I do?
Chances are, you’re dealing with the onset of a flea infestation, and need to get a handle on it before it gets out of control. Using the techniques we break down for you inside the book, along with a few tested and highly recommended products, you’ll stop the fleas in their tracks.
Question: My dog ate part of my plant while I was gone, and now he’s acting funny! Should I be worried?
If they ate one of the plants that we’ve warned you about in this book, you should. Some plants contain toxic chemicals that are harmful to your dog. We show you which ones, and how to handle the situation if they do happen to go on a feeding frenzy on your houseplants.
Question: My dog keeps darting out the door and running into the street! How do I stop him?
This is actually a very dangerous situation and requires a unique approach to
Question: How can I socialize my dog without worrying about them getting into fights?
This is a common concern among all dog owners, especially when you want to take your pup to the park, or let them interact with other dogs. Using the socialization techniques we’ve given you, you’ll know that your pup is confident and well adapted, so they can handle socializing with any dog.
Question: Why won’t my dog quit barking at everything that moves? What can I do?
German Shepherds are known for developing barking habits that can get rather … annoying, at best. If your dog is constantly barking at everything that moves, there are a couple things you can do to get them to stop. Instantly.
We heard you loud, and clear, and set out to create the definitive guide to owning a German Shepherd.
In just two short weeks, you’ll be able to get your hands on a copy, and have all of your questions answered.
You’ll be able to refer back to the Owners Guide anytime you have a new question, and you’ll be able to learn a few new things along the way.
You will need to subscribe to be notified of its arrival, though, and become eligible for a few bonuses we’ve tossed in for our beloved fans!
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