Originally Posted by Galathiel
And maybe you should look up what 'sitting on a dog' is. hehe Sometimes young dogs have a problem settling in the house (no 'off switch' at least yet). Requiring them to learn a place command and stay there until released can help teach them to relax and settle down in the house, particularly if they have had sufficient exercise. Giving them more and more just conditions them to NEED more and more.
She doesn't have a problem settling. Cause around 1-4 is when she takes her long naps. Which is s during the heat of the day.
I may need to rephrase my question. Going for long walks every day, playing frisbee, and going to the dog park in the evenings not enough activity for a german shepherd. If so, would that be the cause of her crying.