The German Shepherd pup: How to care for it
Making one right or wrong decision in the training process can mean a lifetime of a dog that doesn't want to listen and who cannot be trusted. If your German Shepherd is going to be a guard dog for you make sure that they are going to be a dog that is more of an alarm, rather than a violent dog as a violent dog always has the chance to turn on its owner if angered or confused.
For a pup to grow into an emotionally well-balanced dog, you need to take certain steps in raising the pup and be cautious not to make certain mistakes.
When raising your pup, it is important to know that proper German Shepherd puppy care should be taken into consideration in order to achieve the results that will make for a wonderful pet and possible guard dog.
During the raising process, even though you are trying to establish yourself as the pack leader, it is important that you never strike the dog. This will only physically hurt the dog or make them end up resenting you, which can end poorly once the dog has grown into an adult. Teach it with love and respect, not violence and fear. Remember, what you put into raising your dog will be what you reap later.
An important thing to remember when raising a German Shepherd pup is that how the dog turns out as an adult is never its own fault, but the results of the training or the lack there of. Make sure that you provide your puppy with the proper nutrition so that he or she can grow into a healthy dog instead of a dog who is always ill which can make behavior problems arise as they have no other way of showing you their discomfort.
Raising a well-behaved pup is easy as long as proper training and nutrition are given. Nutrition is something that a lot of people do not seem to always link to behavior problems. If your pup is suffering from something due to the lack of proper nutrition, then they may act out in order to tell you something is wrong.
These commands are extremely important in order to maintain control of every situation and even to protect the dog's life. Giving your German Shepherd pup the care, love and training that it needs while it is still young is vital so that you have a well-behaved dog in the future.