Fetch

1. Start by showing your dog a toy or object that you would like them to fetch. Let them sniff it and get acquainted with it. 2. Once they seem interested in the object, start throwing it a short distance

Stay

1. Start by having your puppy sit or lie down in front of you. Give the command “stay” in a firm voice and make sure your pup is looking at you. 2. Take one step back from your pup and

Training sit

A German Shepherd puppy should be trained to sit as early as possible. You can start training your puppy to sit when he is about 8 weeks old. To train your German Shepherd puppy to sit, you will need some

Food

The German shepherd puppy will need to be fed 3-4 times a day until they are about 6 months old. After that, they can be transitioned to 2 meals a day. It is important to feed them a high quality

Socialization

Socialization is key for any German Shepherd Puppy. Without socialization, your puppy may become aggressive or fearful of other people and animals. The best time to socialize your German Shepherd Puppy is between the ages of 8 weeks and 4

Bring a puppy home

Preparation When you’ve made the decision to bring a German Shepherd puppy into your home, there are some things you’ll need to do to prepare.  First, you’ll need to make sure you have enough space for your new pup. German

Average Age

German Shepherd average age is about 9 to 13 years. Some may live longer but this is not the norm.

Shedding

German Shepherds are a double-coated breed, meaning they have an outer coat of fur and an undercoat. The outer coat is made up of stiffer hairs, while the undercoat is softer. The undercoat helps to insulate the dog against cold

Exercise

A German Shepherd’s daily exercise requirements vary depending on their age, health, and energy level. However, most German Shepherds need at least 30 minutes of moderate to high-intensity exercise every day. This can include activities such as walking, jogging, playing

Drive

German Shepherd Breed Drive is the term used to describe the dog’s natural working abilities. These include herding, guarding, and protection instincts. German Shepherds excel at obedience and agility training. They are also widely used as assistance dogs in a

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