this out for German
to avoid German Shepherd Dog Behavior
The key to a great
relationship and understanding with your German
is effective German Shepherd dog training.
Shepherd Dog is absolutely essential and the sooner you start training
him the better.
What you must
remember is that this little German
is going to grow up quickly into an 80+ lbs large adult dog so it's
much easier to start
dog training as a puppy before he picks up any bad
If you leave it
till later, then
the training will take longer and be more difficult.
behave like naughty children - occasionally, they need
to be scolded or reprimanded (but
- any physical punishment made by you to
your dog will make him anxious and wary of you, and you may lose his
trust - this must be avoided at all costs.
The best method of
dealing with a German
is to send him to his bed or wherever, and to
totally ignore him for at least 10/15 minutes.
He will know he
has done wrong and hopefully learn from his mistake, he
will become submissive to you - his ears will go down, and he will look
at you with his appealing eyes begging for forgiveness - but
don't give in - make
Shepherd Dogs can't stand being ignored! (but
don't bear a grudge)
after the allotted time, call him to
you and give him a big hug so he knows that he is forgiven!
How to start
training your German Shepherd Dog?
You could enroll
at your local dog obedience training classes which are
normally run by professional dog trainers, there your German Shepherd
will mix with other dogs and socialize with other dogs which is an
important part of dog training to avoid
Shepherd Dog aggression.
You will learn how
to control your dog i.e. leash
and learn tips and techniques that will enable you to get your German
Shepherd Dog to obey
and generally behave
in a good manner
and do what you want him to do, and when you want him to do it - the
timing of dog obedience is just as important i.e. you want
Shepherd to stop being aggressive towards other dogs - NOW - not
when he feels like it
must remain in charge and in control at all times.
You could also get
your Shepherd enrolled into what is sometimes called
'boot camp training' to prevent
or stop German Shepherd Dog aggression, your dog would be
left at a training facility for a few days or more, to undertake
extensive dog training, either to stop
or prevent aggressive
not only to other dogs, but to human
beings as well.
This is undertaken
dog training specialists and the dogs are put through
life experiences in specific 'real' situations in order to get them
accustomed to actual behavior patterns that are required, and to retain
the memory experience so that the dog will remember what is required of
them in any given situation when they are returned back to their owners.
specialist training is expensive, but if you don't feel that
you are able to undertake training
German Shepherd Dog yourself, or have specific problems
with dog aggression, then maybe this is necessary for you and your
By far the best
method of training
your German Shepherd Dog is by doing it yourself and
enjoying the the dog obedience training with your own dog - it helps in
bonding that special relationship with your German Shepherd, you both
learn from the experience.
How to get
your German Shepherd Dog?
There are many
books that you can buy on various aspects of dog
training such as puppy house breaking which covers the elementary
toilet training or 'potty training' your German Shepherd puppy,
obedience training, stop dog aggression training, and books on dog
health care to keep your German
fit and healthy at all times.
These books give
you a simple start to basic dog training and indeed go
further into more specific training such as 'fear aggression' and how
to deal with it.
You don't even
have to go to your retail local bookstore - you can buy
them on line for digital download and get them at reduced prices - take
advantage of the 'package deals' and special bonus book offers that are
available and you can be starting to train your own German Shepherd Dog
training Tsara when she was a German
straight away before he picks up bad
habits which will be difficult to break later.
Click the link below to start training your German
Shepherd and take advantage of the extra bonus books being offered with
the "Secrets to Dog Training" Course by: Daniel Stevens - a well
known professional dog trainer
Training for German Shepherd Dogs
Training German Shepherds makes all the difference!
number one reason that dogs mis-behave and don’t listen to their
owners is because they think they can get away with it and won't get
Take pride in owning a German
that is well trained....
your dog really does make such a difference!