It's not enough to tell a GSD "No", you have to give them something to do instead.
The verbal negative like "No" or the sharp "Eh Eh" noise is only supposed to interrupt the behavior, not stop it. Then you show them something you want them to do.
For example...the biting. Goes for hands? EH-EH!! Bring out tug and play with her with that so she learns something better to put her mouth on.
Chewing on furniture? Interrupt with the noise and give her a bone, or a Kong, or a Carrot...whatever, as long as it's appropriate to chew on.
So on and so forth. If she gets too wound up...then take her outside and let her run off some of her energy. Tired puppies are good puppies. She keeps persisting? Crate. Because Mommy can't deal with you right now...
Bianka vom Eisernen Loewen IPO3, CGC, TC 1-3-08
Cade vom Eisernen Loewen IPO1, CGC 3-25-09
D'Artagnan (Tag) vom Eisernen Loewen BH 2-2-10
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