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07-06-2014 07:12 PM
steve-sh
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Originally Posted by TigervTeMar View Post
if you can afford a trainer and one is conveniently nearby I would highly recommend one. in my opinion GSD's excel with a job or purpose but for the average person what job can we give them? they learn sit, down and other simple tricks very easily. a trainer can better stimulate their brains in a productive way.

I moved to a new area so my guy has been away from a trainer for about 2 months and I'm now looking again! getting a little crazy
trainers here are so expensive and i cant afford it, i never had any prob with my two other dogs but when i got them they were 1 year old.and not as big as the gsd. i just continued the training my self, no leash walks they jump,heel, do tricks...but again never trained a puppy
07-06-2014 07:05 PM
TigervTeMar if you can afford a trainer and one is conveniently nearby I would highly recommend one. in my opinion GSD's excel with a job or purpose but for the average person what job can we give them? they learn sit, down and other simple tricks very easily. a trainer can better stimulate their brains in a productive way.

I moved to a new area so my guy has been away from a trainer for about 2 months and I'm now looking again! getting a little crazy
07-06-2014 06:58 PM
steve-sh
training and collars

its a little early to train my puppy but now im working on taking notes and opinions.

so do u think its hard to train a gsd alone or i need the help of a trainer or club? (its my first puppy i own so i wanna all go smoothly)

and ive been also going threw collars,harness, prong and the normal ones

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