Yes, this my first GSD. She is now little over 5 months old, and I strongly feel her behaviour little too dominant.
She has been very, very, very brave, there has been none "boogies", she does not be afraid of anything. Shes been also very energetic. I was like whooa when I realize she just don`t take even a nap during a long very trainful day.
Once we were like been awake and going to city like 6 pm at the morning, then go to practise, then puppymeeting, home-no nap. ever.
Another weird thing is her barking, or a lack of it, she just does not bark like most of puppies, have heard it like three times.
she barked to the dog who was like barking to her ear for a lot time, and she just barked once.
But now, the dominance issue- she comes to pee on my legs. Like male dogs, she raises a leg and pees straight to my legs, inside the house. Usually this happens after I have command her for example away from the kitchen.
on the other side, she doesnt run of, stays always close, listens very fine and have awesome drives. But I have couple of friend who doesnt like been in the house nowadays, cause the dog just stares them. she dont do anything but just stay still and close to the quests and stares, normal?
When water is out of the cup she brings the cup on my feet. Couple of times she has brought watered cup in front of me and throw it to the ground while snarrling. She protest every time I go to the bathroom or balcony. When im on bathroom she destroys everything
, when guests at the house, she brings their shoes in front of them.
She sleeps in her cage at nights, that was the final solution for our night proplems, she does not let me sleep, jumps to the bed, nipping biting, when I was asleep she suddenly hops to the bed and bite my nose.always on the sofa tries to climp over me, doesnt like to cuddle at all.
I know, I wanted hard headed german shepherd but this ones head is like pure iron.
So you, who know more; what am I doing wrong? Can this really be like normal behavior? we have rules in the house, and she respects them still. We do A lot, go meetings, find objects, training..
What can I really do that this is not gonna be starter for a very bad behaviour?