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Remi, 5month old, medium haired, German Shepherd.
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Our 5month old male baby’s testosterone has started to take over and while he is very well behaved at home and in our training sessions around the house he turns into a little piranha the moment he is at the park and on a lead! When he is off lead (in the allowed areas of course) he is very good, his heel training is great (recall could be improved though) and he loves to play with his toys but when we put his lead on to go back to the car or to leave the area he starts to dominate and tries to bite our legs and ankles. Has anyone experienced this themselves and if so what are some approaches/tips that you took?
 

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He's 5 months old, don't let him bite you.
You don't need approaches or tips, you need to correct undesirable actions that could soon be serious from an 8 month old GSD .... and a 12 month old GSD .... and

Don't let testosterone be your excuse. How do you fairly and appropriately correct when he tries to bite your leg and ankles?
 
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