Dog Training – How To Train A German Shepherd

Dog Training – How To Train A German Shepherd


I just found this pet related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

https://youtube.com/watch?v=8FeJVwv3oS4%3Ff%3Dvideos%26app%3Dyoutube_gdata

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How to Train a German Shepherd – Learn how to train your German Shepherd obedience and discover tips and techniques you can use in this video. You can also get more information on German Shepherd training by getting the FREE Dog Training Blueprint at: www.amazingdogtrainingman.com Don’t forget to rate this video, leave comments and subscribe to my channel.

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26 Responses

  1. skateVA90
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    @guardcorp yeah thanks she went to her first vet visit with me the other day and did amazing no barking she is actually excited to see new people her ears flop back I take her to the skate park with me so she is around a bunch of people which I think is helping. She is terrified of water tho I wish I could get her out of that stage I would like to see her swim sometime in like a lake.

  2. ARSA525
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    Are females better than males for someone who is only experienced with small dogs?

  3. thedog700
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    @guardcorp gay

  4. guardcorp
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    @thedog700

    That or self aware of what I think unlike your clear projection, of your fears about homosexuality and being one subconsciously. Oh…That burns huh? Something I’m sure you are used to anyway, the burning I mean. You know, STD’s and what not.

  5. gavin802
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    @guardcorp

    you dogs needs help asap.. go get a trainer fat ass

  6. guardcorp
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    @gavin802

    lol Yeah you want me to bring a 10 year old dog to a trainer, and waste my money trying to change his behavior? Fuck off

  7. guardcorp
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    @gavin802

    you know you have some nerve telling me to go train my dog as if all dogs have to be little bitches. Its a fucking guard dog for christ sake. Brainless twat

  8. Mrtagnuts1
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    @ARSA525 depends. females dislike other females. males dislike males. its a dominance issue. Both are equal really it’s all in how you raise them. However If you want a german shepherd make sure you DONT get an american shepherd get one with pure german decent have breeder show proof. The american shepherds have tons of trouble.

  9. EBABE143
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    nice video

  10. xGuineaPigHelperx
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    I just GOT ONE YAY!!!!!!!

  11. SoldierCyfix
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    @Mrtagnuts1 what kind or trouble ?

  12. TiFFanYMonTaLvO20
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    My German shepherd is NIGHTMARE omg she’s only 4 months and she shows her teeth whenever I want to hold her neck she don’t wanna take orders like sit or Down I tried biscuit n treats she won’t even eat them so I try many things different type of treats like bacon for dogs she don’t like them I kno it sounds crazy but is true so I try a prong collar and when I give her an order such as sit she won’t listen sometimes I just wish I can take her back to the farm where I got her

  13. m1shadow
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    An awesome breed, i love German shepherds, and that’s all i ever owned! If you want a dog that’s protective, loyal, yet affectionate with it’s family and gentle w/children, the German shepherd is for you! They do have a tendency to be territorial though and most of the ones i have owned do not accept other dog’s coming in there space, so be careful, they are an extremely powerful and courageous dog that will hurt another dog extremely! That said, socialized properly, can be friendly w/other dogs

  14. TennesseeVols86
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    I have a 5-6 year old purebreed. Is she too old for special training
    I have only had her about a month and when i got her she did not know anything but being house broken. I’ve taught her not to jump, sit, and shake with each paw. I was told shes a good guard dog but I don’t see any type of aggresiveness in her. Is she too old to learn special training like attack or search rescue, I know most dogs start at like 6 months. Notice i said she is 5-6 YEARS old. Thanks

  15. mackicoA090211
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    @TiFFanYMonTaLvO20 My shep was a nightmare at that age, too. Find a good trainer is all I can suggest.

  16. mackicoA090211
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    @guardcorp Why do you want a dog that wants to kill everything? Wouldn’t it be better to have a dog that will only go for another animal (or person) if you ask it to? Like, on command? I certainly wouldn’t want an aggressive dog like that. If it slips its collar, snaps its leash, heck snaps its collar (mine has broken a choke chain before) then it’s pretty much a walking lawsuit. What’s good about that?

  17. guardcorp
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    @mackicoA090211

    Its a steel choke chain with spikes lined inside so that when he moves forward the spikes dig into his throat. Its also extremely difficult to take the chain off as its a tight fit. Steel leash.

    He is my best friend, my guardian, obeys my command and while because I had him since I was young I did not know that he would turn out like this. I don’t regret it because he has saved my life once.

    I’m also not advertising people raise their dogs like this.

  18. guardcorp
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    @mackicoA090211

    I take him on runs in the morning in areas moderately void of people, and then in the AM late night. I take the utmost precautions so that he does not harm others.

    He is not capable of going to a trainer for various reasons, I don’t think people should raise dogs like this, if anything, I posted here as a warning that if you do not socialize or train your dog early he might end up like mine, people should stop judging me as if they know everything. Life is not so simple.

  19. BillHicks420
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    @TennesseeVols86 Dogs are never to old to learn. german Shepards are eager to please, I think, so it`s fully possible.

  20. H15A5H1
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    @guardcorp its called a prong collar

  21. conejitaazulita
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    can you train it to pull a wagon

  22. Theodoroz
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    Greedings mister Eletendre1. i am 16 years old and am thinking of buying a german shepherd… but am really sceptic because i dont really know if my short body will be able to handle a dog like that… i really love animals thought and i need a protector guard for my yard … what should i do . Thanks! Theodoros from Cyprus

  23. stingraybch
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    @guardcorp YOU DON’T NEED A COLLAR LIKE THAT. IT’S CRUEL,AND IT MAKES WALKING A GSD NEARLY IMPOSSIBLE WITHOUT CAUSING HIM MUCH PAIN. GET A ”GENTLE LEADER’ HARNESS (AROUND $20). HE WONT BE ABLE TO PULL OR CAUSE A PROBLEM WITH THIS HARNESS. YOU WILL BE ABLE TO WALK YOUR DOG WITH NO PAIN TO HIM OR YOU, AND HE WILL GET USED TO WALKING AS HE SHOULD AND YOU WILL BOTH ENJOY THE WALK.

  24. stingraybch
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    @TennesseeVols86 No. Train her with positive reinforcement training. It works best.

  25. ooops1234
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    @guardcorp Can you please guide me how old German Shepherd puppy I took to train it as a guard dog for night service?

  26. steve stephens
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    I really liked your site here. My name is Steve Stephens, and I wrote a book about German

    Shepherds called “German Shepherd Dog Training & Behavior Book” I would love it if you

    posted a picture of the book on your site here, so your other viewers can see it also.

    Thank you very much, Steve.

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