GSD digging problems

Reclaim Your Yard By Training Out The Digging Problems With GSDs

Have you been annoyed with your German Shepherd trying to dig holes in your garden and backyard? All dogs love to dig, and it is absolutely normal if you find your GS digging up the ground. However, if

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Black German Shepherd Biting Ball

When Your German Shepherd Puppy Is Biting And Nipping, Try This

If you find it cute that your little German Shepherd puppy is biting your hand, think again!GSDs grow-up to become strong and muscular dogs.If you encourage them when they bite or make ‘aww’ sounds,

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GSD Jumping on Furniture

Keep Your GSD From Jumping On Furniture With These Tips

German Shepherds are extremely dominant by nature. They rise above and jump because they want to show their power to others. This is a typical alpha behavior in GSDs but not a favorable one when you have

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GSD Dominant Behavior

Dominance? Or Hyperactivity? Here’s How To Spot Dominant Behavior In Your German Shepherd

We have talked about a German Shepherd’s dominant behavior several times and by now we know that GSDs are born to be leaders. In the wild, they live in a pack, and there is always one pack leader that

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German Shepherd Dashing Out The Door

Door Dashing Like They’re In The Olympics How To Stop Your GSD Taking Off

Is your German Shepherd troubling you by being a door-dasher? A door dasher GSD will become very troublesome as it will try to escape every time guests arrive at home. It is a natural instinct of a GSD

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German Shepherd Eating

Disgusting! How To Break Your GSD’s Poop Eating Habit

‘It is extremely embarrassing and totally shocking to see my GS pup eating its own poop.’ ‘Is my dog mentally disturbed or does it like to eat its own excreta?’ ‘Can anyone help me with my GSD’s

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GSD Barking Problems

Dealing With Constant GSD Barking? Problems Solved.

A GSD will bark to express its feelings and emotions. However, if its barking becomes irritating and out of control, you need to make it stop. If you are getting complaints from your neighbors that your

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GSD Leash Training

Leash Training Your German Shepherd The Easy Way

You take your German Shepherd for a walk and cannot seem to control its movement. This is a common problem that many GSD owners face and often avoid taking their dogs for a walk for that very reason. Leash

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German Shepherd Aggression problems

Aggressive Behavior & German Shepherds Don’t Have To Go Hand In Hand

Updated: September 1st 2020 Aggression and behavioral problems do not occur in every dog breed. However, if you have bought a German Shepherd, you might face aggression problems quite a lot. So, why does

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German Shepherd learning voice commands

How To Quickly Teach Voice Commands To Your German Shepherd

Bought a German Shepherd puppy? Start training it now. German Shepherds are extremely intelligent and will pick on to tricks and commands in no time. However, it is also true that GSDs are made to protect

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GSD Separation Anxiety

Separation Anxiety In German Shepherds & How To Avoid It

You are getting ready and leaving for work. Your GSD is barking and jumping at you when you leave the house. You look back at the door and ignore your dog. When you return home, you find your couch ruined,

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German Shepherd Jumping on people

Jumping On People Sucks & Your Guests Hate It. Here’s How To Stop It

“My German Shepherd jumps at the guests that visit our home, what do I do?” “My GSD won’t stop jumping on strangers in the park. Need Help ASAP!” These are the most common questions that GSD

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GSD Destructive Chewing

When Your Dog’s Had Enough, Try This To Prevent Destructive Chewing

Chewing is a habit that every dog has as it starts to learn about the environment it lives in. It is alright to let your GSD chew on its toys, but it becomes a problem when it begins to chew on your personal

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German Shepherds Dog Breed Guide

The Complete German Shepherd Guide From Pup To Pal

Are you thinking of welcoming a German Shepherd into your family? Potential GSD owners are usually curious about this extraordinary breed. This (hopefully) helpful guide is filled with interesting

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Adopting German Shepherd Puppy

Forget The Breeders Think German Shepherd Puppy Adoption First

Congratulations! You have decided to adopt a German Shepherd Puppy. Surely you are excited and possibly don’t know where to begin. The process of finding the perfect GSD pup for you may seem long, but

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German Shepherd Obedience Training

Put Your Pup In Check German Shepherd Obedience Training Basics

German Shepherds are strong and extremely loyal dogs. There is no doubt that this breed of dogs will stick by you through thick and thin. However, if you go overboard with its training, your GS will grow

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GSD Disobedience Problems

Common GSD Disobedience Problems, And How To Take Control

Many German Shepherd owners complain that their dog doesn’t follow their commands, ignores their actions and voice signals, and much more. This is a common problem with GSD owners as this breed of dogs

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German Shepherd Crate Training

Quick & Effective Crate Training For Your German Shepherd

Before you start crate training your GSD, you need to know that GSDs are not against crates. They love to be in a place that they know is safe and theirs. Training a GSD to live in a crate helps in

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Potty training German Shepherd Puppy

Potty Training Your GSD Puppy Without Losing Your Mind

Potty training should start at a very early age as the dog will have troubles changing its potty habits in the later stages. If you don’t want your German Shepherd puppy to ruin your home with poop,

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German Shepherd Training

German Shepherd Training Without A Professional Trainer

Updated: September 1st 2016 You just brought your German Shepherd pup home, let the training begin! You will want to begin training as soon as you can to help your pup get used to his new pack. The adjustment

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