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New Puppy

Been so busy I havent even had time to post up about our new puppy. We brought home a 9 week old German Shepherd puppy a couple weeks ago. Named her Jetta ( thought that was fitting for a German Shpeherd lol ). She's been awesome with the kids, although Walker still gets a little apprehensive about those razor sharp puppy teeth. But she listens well and I'd say is about 95% housebroken. And she picks up on training quick! I've already trained her to sit, stay, lay down, go to bed, and out (drop whatever's in her mouth). I even have the kids in on it...the 2 links below are videos of Walker making her sit and stay till he calls her to come. Not bad for a 3 month old puppy and a 3 year old kid lol

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Very cute can I have him!!!!!!


Shepherds are very smart dogs, and very loyal from what I hear they are awesome to have when you have kids... Also good running Dogs too just in case you wanted to train for a Marathon or something.. That's what I am starting to do with my GF...



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Very cool DJ. Your 3 year old will have a great buddy for a long time.


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Shepherds are very smart dogs, and very loyal from what I hear they are awesome to have when you have kids... Also good running Dogs too just in case you wanted to train for a Marathon or something.. That's what I am starting to do with my GF...
Really?

I always heard shepherds were not the kind of dog to have around kids. Not as dopey and laid back as say a Lab. Now Labs........you can let a kid climb on them all day long and they just lay there and take it. I don't think that Shepherd is going to be as generous. Not that they HATE kids or go out of their way to attack kids, just not as forgiving of the child like behavior. Just be careful.

BEAUTIFUL dog for sure man. I love shepherds.
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Very cool, I bet the kids love it.... Hailey wants one so bad, but I know better at this point. Just no time for pet's right now.



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Really?

I always heard shepherds were not the kind of dog to have around kids. Not as dopey and laid back as say a Lab. Now Labs........you can let a kid climb on them all day long and they just lay there and take it. I don't think that Shepherd is going to be as generous. Not that they HATE kids or go out of their way to attack kids, just not as forgiving of the child like behavior. Just be careful.

BEAUTIFUL dog for sure man. I love shepherds.
I grew up with a Red Shepherd that was a police training reject (wasn't aggressive enough). I used to ride her like a pony when I was very little, and played kind of rough with her also. Typical little boy things. The ONLY time she ever snapped at me was when I accidentally laid my head on her side a little too hard one time. We had to put her down when I was 14. I made my parents do it when I was at school so I wouldn't have to see her go.

Our current dog is an Australian Shepherd/Malamute mix. He's very good with kids as well. He is extremely patient with little kids. Infants and toddlers, he will stay by their side and watch over them the whole time they're at our house. The kids that are 3-6 years old he's fine with as well. But, if they crowd him a lot, he gets that "Help me! I'm being surrounded by little people look!" and just stays there. He's never growled, barked or anything to kids who have been near him. If he grows tired of the kids, he just moves away towards us and we ask the kids to give him a break for a while.

If a Shepherd is trained right, it will never go after children unless seriously provoked. Same with Dobermans. I had one years ago and she was a great dog.


BTW, congrats on the new puppy! I'd love to get another dog. But, we can't do so just yet.
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ya I've always found that Sheps looked at kids as if they were pups. When I was little I'd even wrestle with one, a good friend of mine.

Bad story to talk about I'm sure, but wrestling with that dog, she was very civilized, when I had her pinned and she went limp, it meant I'd won, when she was able to touch teeth to my neck (gently) she'd won, she'd jump up and lick me, tail waving at mach 4.

Now in retrospect I don't think it's a good idea to have a dog play biting a small kids neck, between the dog and I we both knew what it meant and that it wasn't "for real."

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Been so busy I havent even had time to post up about our new puppy. We brought home a 9 week old German Shepherd puppy a couple weeks ago. Named her Jetta ( thought that was fitting for a German Shpeherd lol ). She's been awesome with the kids, although Walker still gets a little apprehensive about those razor sharp puppy teeth. But she listens well and I'd say is about 95% housebroken. And she picks up on training quick! I've already trained her to sit, stay, lay down, go to bed, and out (drop whatever's in her mouth). I even have the kids in on it...the 2 links below are videos of Walker making her sit and stay till he calls her to come. Not bad for a 3 month old puppy and a 3 year old kid lol

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Do you have her ear's pinned up in those Videos? They seem to not move at all..



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LOL no the ears arent pinned. They perked up about a week or 2 after we brought her home (about 10 weeks) and they've been up ever since. I've heard that they may go down again for a month or two but then they'll go back up permanently.

To answer your question Matt, Shepherds are known to be extremely pack oriented and very loyal to their families, including the kids. Just like Jr and Fjorn, I grew up with Shepherds (my dad was a K9 officer for 20 years). And while they would scare the shit out of anyone that came to the door and could look like they're about to rip your throat out, but when it came to us, their family, they had absolute tolerance. Thats not to say nothing could ever happen, there will always be the extreme situations. But for a shepherd that was raised from a puppy with a family and was trained well and not abused, it would be very much against their nature to attack one of their own family...even IF provoked. Rescue dogs or adult dogs that have never spent any time around children may be different. But with ours, from the day we brought her home I've made sure that she knows she's not the Alpha. Not in a mean way, but as any trainer will tell you, you have to show them who's boss from the beginning. My 3 year old can go up to her and take her food out of her mouth as she's eating, and thats the way it should be. I'm just looking forward to the kids having as good a companion as I had when I was younger.

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Awesome pics!

The size of the ears and the paws right now give a good indication of how big she'll be when she's older.

Awesome pics!

The size of the ears and the paws right now give a good indication of how big she'll be when she's older. I'll have to see if I can track down a picture of my dogs.

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Well I'm not a shepherd pro so I'd have to say you guys are right. I've never owned a shepherd before so I'm definately not speaking from experience. This is all stuff I just heard from somewhere.........and I don't even remember where I heard it from. I could also be mistaking it from another breed of dog.

Beautiful dog for sure man. Wish I could have one.
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Mega cute, DJ.... Will make a fine addition to the family
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That's crazy how close her ears are together..


She's very cute.. That's the same thing I did to my Dog to train her, take her toys away, chewies, and then give them back, put my hand in her food when she ate so she got used to being messed with so if a little kid did it she wouldn't get startled or snap... Definitely need to mess with them a lot when they are young so they are more tolerant..



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Just went to the butcher shop today and got her a couple raw bones...meat still on the bone and marrow still inside. Sure fire way to keep a dog busy for a while. Took it away a few times just to make sure she knew I could. She never got aggressive but she did catch on to what I was doing after a while and she'd try to go and hide to keep me from getting it lol


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Hell, my dog doesn't let food sit in his bowl for more than 10 seconds. No chance for a wee one to try anything.
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Just went to the butcher shop today and got her a couple raw bones...meat still on the bone and marrow still inside. Sure fire way to keep a dog busy for a while. Took it away a few times just to make sure she knew I could. She never got aggressive but she did catch on to what I was doing after a while and she'd try to go and hide to keep me from getting it lol
LMAO.

Well now that's completely normal, poor dog,

But I completely agree with your methods as well. It's good that your doing that.
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Awesome dog, kinda looks my dog when he was younger, but he is a bit darker.


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