german shepherd dog whining

How To Stop Dog Whining Tips It is normal for dogs to whine at some point or another. Dogs often whine when they need to go out, and sometimes dogs whine when they are trying to tell their owners something. In some cases, however, dogs may begin to whine excessively, and it can be a difficult behavior to deal with. Stop German Shepherd Dog Whining Dogs often use whining as a means of communication. Because your dog can’t use words…

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Dog Jumping

Why Does My Dog Jump on Visitors? How Can I Stop My German Shepherd Dog Jumping on People? It is not uncommon for dogs to become very excited when guests come to the house; many even jump up on guests in their excitement. Unfortunately, many dog owners unknowingly encourage this kind of behavior. Once your dog learns to jump up on guests, it can be a difficult habit to break, but it can be done. It just takes time, patience…

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Avoiding Common Errors New Dog Owners Make Are you a new German Shepherd dog owner? Bringing home your first puppy can be a very exciting time, but it can also be a challenge. If you have never owned a dog before, it can take some time to get used to the responsibility of caring for a dog. During the time when you and your puppy are getting to know each other, it is likely that you will make mistakes, which…

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Police Dogs

German Shepherd Service Police Dog Dogs have been used in law-enforcement for hundreds of years, the earliest records date back to between the 5th and fifteenth centuries. Bloodhounds were used for tracking outlaws in England. During the reign of Henry I a constable was placed in charge of the Royal Palaces stables, kennels and mews. In Scotland, Bloodhounds were known as Slough Dogs or detective dogs, the word “Sleuth” derived from this. However it wasn’t until the early 1900’s that…

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