10 tips to easily train German Shepherds

Training a German Shepherd can be hard if you do not follow the right dog training methods.

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10 amazing tips coming your way to help you train your German Shepherd.



In the following pages, you will read 10 tips that will hep make the process of training your German Shepherd easy as a breeze.

1. Start early

Start training the day the dog enters your home.



Form a schedule that will contain the feeding, walking, pooping, peeing and training time. Stick to this schedule.

2. Be consistent in command

One command should only indicate one action.



NEVER use one command and expect different results from the dog.

NEVER use different commands and expect the same results from the dog.

3. Use reward-based training

Training with treats work best in dog training.



When training German Shepherds, they will initially follow your command only if they get something in return. Once the command has cemented itself in their brains, you can waive off the treat or reward.

4. Use enticing treats

Ensure that your dog loves the treat you use.



Your dog will not follow the command if the treat is not enticing. Thus, ensure that you use treats that your dog absolutely loves .

5. Redirect attention

Redirection can help tackle excessive chewing behvior



If you see your dog doing something you don't want, redirect his attention with an amazing treat that he loves. Click on the link to know about the excessive chewing behavior in dogs and how to stop it.

6. Stop puppy nipping

Puppy nipping is a behavior that should be stopped as soon as possible.



Check out the link to know how to stop puppy nipping behavior in your dog.

7. Teach basic commands

Focus on teaching your pup the basic commands first.



The first commands that you must teach your German Shepherd are:

Sit
Down
Jump
Come
Stop or No
Stay
Speak
Quiet
Look at me

8. Focus on resource guarding

Your German Shepherd may show resource guarding behavior towards food, toys, or any specific object



If resource guarding behavior is not eliminated quickly, it will increase aggression in your dog. Thus, work to remove this behavior as soon. Check the link to know how to reduce aggression.

9. Train to be quiet

Teaching the quiet command can help reduce unnecessary barking behavior.



Barking is a useful behavior but excessive barking is not. Click on the link to know how to reduce excessive barking in dogs.

10. Practice Practice Practice

This point cannot be emphasized enough



Train regularly. Practice the commands at random times of the day with positive reinforcements.

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