Join Date: Dec 2013
Location: Southen MD, USA
Thanks for your great reply, It is pretty useful. Now I am feeling better about my puppys behavior. I will be using some better treats to encourage him. Well I won't be boring him or myself, I can keep training sessions short and frequent. Thank you again.
You're welcome! German Shepherd puppies are a lot of fun, but they can be a handful! I try to do 2 -3 short sessions a day that consist of sit, lay, stand, wait and heel. After each session we have a tug toy to play with...he loves it! Just be consistent with you voice and the command...i.e. using "down" one time and "lie down" the next. It confuses them when they are so small. Welcome to the forum!
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