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Having my 3 month previous German Shepherd Pet (GSD) Pet made use of to his new crate. I have involved the critical term “Den” for him to associate with his new home.

These are the initial steps in the direction of acquiring him released to the new den and to make him sense comfortable and earlier mentioned all else, at home! 🙂

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  1. if your pupper is destructive when you leave the home, it's out of frustration. you need to make sure he's occupied. i reccomend eventually getting a companion for him if this continues when hes older. when you leave the house and come home, ignore him. he needs to know you will be back soon. you need to make sure he can go outside freely and be in nature. you don't want a puppy who isn't comfortable outside. make sure he excersices and you take him outside (of your house) for walks, and so he can socialise with humans and puppies.

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  2. Great advice! Just curious, what size is the kennel?

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  3. really want one!! so cute

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  4. lol at our baby talk voices

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  5. Good video! I got a German shep I'm trying to train right now, this helps

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  6. you're right I followed your advice today twice I locked him in for about one hr both times but step away heard a little crying then he stop ..i'll keep you updated what shock me is that he didn't poop in this crate

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  7. Of course he will cry. But if you let him out, then he will know that if he doesn't want to do anything, crying will get him out of it.

    Don't let him out, stick through it. First let him calm down, and then let him out – at your pace.

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  8. great Video I just bought mine but he was born July 18 2012 the breeder have it to me this past friday the 7th of september ..will try the same trick but when i put him in he cries even when i stand by it

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  9. It's not nice to yell a a dog jeez

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  10. For how much money is the den

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  11. long-haired versions do

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  12. GSD shedding is average. Not excessive like a long haired breed like a newfie, but definitely more than a Rhodesian ridge-back.

    They shed more during spring an autumn when the season changes, because they discard their old coat and get a new one.

    In normal times, brushing the dog with a simple wire brush once a day is enough. During the autumn and spring, I use the "Furminator" about once a week, to reduce the shedding.

    A sticky lint brush is all I need to eliminate loose hair from clothes

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  13. i wanna know if they shed alot?? give me a true perspective and what do you do so it doesnt shed alot?

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  14. @AwsaumeAydan9944 Yeah, GSD's are low maintenance and very easy to train. I dont keep my GSD outside, he is fine at home. But a bit destructive when left alone. He is still a puppy.

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  15. nice vid!!!! would you say that german shepards are easy to care for because im looking at getting one??????????? and should i keep it outside..

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