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Hello and welcome to the forum. I'm not sure if you have a question or if you are just stating a fact? It sounds like your dog may need more exercise to prevent the unwanted behavior. How often does the puppy get exercise?
 

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I am a total newbie trying to learn the ropes with my new German Shepherd puppy. I was having trouble on walks with him. He first used a leash a week ago today. So, the leash was pretty strange.

I now play fetch or tug-of-war inside with him for a few minutes before going outside for our walks. It seems to bring his energy down to a reasonable level so that we can learn to walk well together.
 

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Thankyou it was a question, he's just not a pleasure to walk at the moment, I take him out twice a day, he is 18 weeks old, I will try and tire him a bit before walking thankyou,
 

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My Blu is very energetic so before we go on our walks, we play fetch with a tennis ball for about 15 minutes in our back yard before we go to the park. That helps immensely.
 

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I am a total newbie trying to learn the ropes with my new German Shepherd puppy. I was having trouble on walks with him. He first used a leash a week ago today. So, the leash was pretty strange.

I now play fetch or tug-of-war inside with him for a few minutes before going outside for our walks. It seems to bring his energy down to a reasonable level so that we can learn to walk well together.
My Blu is very energetic so before we go on our walks, we play fetch with a tennis ball for about 15 minutes in our back yard before we go to the park. That helps immensely.
Than you will try doing the same 😊😊
 

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Practice walking on the leash in the house. You can work on leash manners while he isn't so excited.
 
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