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Everything You Need to Know About How to Train a German Shepherd
In this section you’ll find no force, science-based training that works.
These are the methods that I use to successfully train my own German Shepherds.
You’ll find great information on everything from clicker training to how your dog learns an advice on how to get your GSD to listen.
I breakdown scientific studies to help you understand how your dog learns and show you how you can apply this today in your training and play sessions
Engage with your dog by gently and effectively help your GSD learn new behaviors and unlearn the bad ones.
And most importantly, have fun with your dog!
Do these 5 things to manage your dog training sessions like a pro. Help keep your dog engaged. And support your dog's problem solving skills.
If you're here to learn the best way to break up dog fight, I'll tell you in a second. But first, I want to share a story with you... A couple of years back I was walking my two German Shepherds. And suddenly out of the blue, a fully grown male Rottweiler came charging out
Ugh! If I had a dollar for every time I hear this... "Dogs jump to show dominance" or, "Dogs jump to test who's in charge". That's absolute nonsense!! The reason why dogs jump is because they want to greet us. But it's still a behavior your pooch should un-learn...
Are German Shepherds good with Cats? I get that question a lot! And to be honest, almost any animal species can live in complete harmony with another. Just check out this cute video of an Orangutan and his Tiger cub babies! Okay! I know you're not here to watch cute videos of Orangutan's and Tiger cubs!
You've heard from everyone and their mother online that they have the secrets to GSD training. I know, because I've heard them too. But... These 'secrets' might tell you what to do, but rarely do they tell you why. It's understanding the 'why' that really deepens the dog-owner bond. Most of those secrets are told over and
Why is my dog not listening? I'm sure you've asked yourself that question before. I know I have. And the answers is NOT because they are bored. It's way more interesting than that! Find out why and what you can do about it...
This week I had the pleasure of interviewing Suzanne Dean from The Dog Training Lady. Suzanne is an honors graduate of Animal Behavior College who's been training dogs for over 20 years. GSC: You recently posted the story about how you became a dog trainer on your blog TheDogTrainingLady.com. You’re an all positive ABCDT qualified
The day I brought home my first German Shepherd I was overwhelmed and totally unprepared! But I had grown up in a home with German Shepherds... Nicky, Sasha, Fido and Rex had been my playmates throughout my childhood and teens. Dad was responsible for training and I did my bit with feeding, grooming and playing.
I’m sure you’ll agree when I say: A well trained dog is a pleasure to have around. If you own an untrained pooch you know the frustration it causes. Whether you’ve just brought home your first German Shepherd. Or if you’ve finally decided it’s time to teach your old dog new tricks... You’ve come to
Teaching your German Shepherd training commands is second only to potty training and a 'soft mouth'. It should also be fun! I've had several requests for a post on German Shepherd training commands in German. So, I've arranged a special download for you! It's recorded in German by my friend Anna! So be sure to
As dog owners it's unreasonable for us to expect our dogs not to bark. Barking is their main form of communication. The trick is to get excessive barking under control. And the best way to do this is with positive and fun training...
Training your German Shepherd is all about communication. And the first thing you should teach your dog is how to know exactly when he's done the right thing. But there's a trick... You must communicate instantly. This is also known as marking the behavior. Here's why... Think of your dog's mind like a camera, constantly snapping