• German Shepherd Ears Meaning

    German Shepherd Ears Meaning

    Being able to read your dog’s body language is a fun way to learn exactly what your dog is feeling. You can tell a lot about a German Shepherd’s emotional state from looking at their ears, eyes or their tail. Everyone is familiar with the association of a happy dog and a wagging tail but what about the other signs. There are several ways to tell what kind of mood you canine friend is in. This article will look at German Shepherd Ears Meaning and what specifically the different positions mean. This will give you a better understanding of your dog and what they are feeling. The most common position…

  • Are German Shepherds Good With Cats

    Are German Shepherds Good With Cats

    German Shepherds are wonderful loving dogs that make great family pets. However, they are big strong powerful dogs with a lot of energy and a strong natural prey drive. This means they can be prone to chasing other animals in certain situations and under certain circumstances. It just depends on how they were raised and what type of socialization training they had as a young pup. Many prospective owners with cats are curious about their propensity to chase cats. This article will answer the common question, “Are German Shepherds Good With Cats?” Yes German Shepherds are good with cats assuming they have had proper socialization training from a young age…

  • German Shepherd Leash Pulling

    German Shepherd Leash Pulling – 7 Tips To Stop It

    German Shepherds are pretty large dogs and so strong that they can drag people down while taking walks. This is not just embarrassing if someone is around, but is also painful. Not only does it hurt you but also your dog, when they pull so hard they can choke and gag. Dogs are always so eager to smell new things and meet new people and dogs but it’s much easier to walk them when you don’t have to keep tugging them back. This article will feature 7 tips to stop German Shepherd leash pulling which will hopefully help get them to walk by your side and not go ahead. First…

  • Difference Between King Shepherd And German Shepherd VS

    Difference Between King Shepherd And German Shepherd?

    There have been lots of discussions on how King Shepherds are any different from German Shepherds. Yes, they do have strong resemblance to German Shepherds, as the two main breeds they were bred by were German Shepherds and Shiloh Shepherds along with others like the Alaskan Malamute, Belgian Shepherd, Great Pyrenees, Leonberger, and Akita. Yet there is much more to the breed specifically. So what is the difference between the King Shepherd and German Shepherd? The main difference between King Shepherd and German Shepherd is size and appearance. King Shepherds look a lot bigger and stand up to 3 inches taller than German Shepherd. They can weigh up to 150…

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    Long Car Trip With New Puppy – 7 Tips

    So you adopted a new furry little puppy from your local shelter or bought one from a local breeder and now you are planning a long trip. Now the question is: How do you prepare for that long car trip with new puppy? Several things can go wrong on your journey with an energetic little fluff ball. So you need to prepare and make a checklist to ensure things stay under control. This will hopefully help you avoid any accidents on the drive. You definitely don’t want any pee or poop stains on your seats. You also want your dog to remain calm and not get too nervous or scared…

  • How To Train Your German Shepherd To Be A Guard Dog

    How To Train Your German Shepherd To Be a Guard Dog In 5 Steps

    German Shepherd Dogs are now bred more for guarding than herding, what they started off being bred for. They are now one of the main dogs we use for jobs like police, military, and search and rescue. This is due to all of their keen senses. GSDs can hear about four times further than humans. German Shepherds are incredibly intelligent dogs and guarding the ones they love usually just comes naturally to them. Yet if you want to train your German Shepherd to be a more advanced guard dog here are five steps to teach you how to train your German Shepherd to be a guard dog! Remember through all…

  • Best Harness And Leash For German Shepherd
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    Best Harness and Leash for German Shepherd

    The German Shepherd is a big powerful dog who’s athleticism and high energy transfers well into several professions. This includes the military and police. Because of their strong nature, they can definitely pull around the inexperienced or younger child on a walk around the neighborhood or park. To make life easier on you and your dog, we recommend a good strong harness and leash. This article will take a look at the best harness and leash for German Shepherd based on average reviews. Important things to look for when buying the best harness and leash for German Shepherd: Features: Their are several features and options to consider when purchasing a…

  • British Lupine Dog With Founder Natalie Langstrom
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    Interview with Natalie Lagstrom – Founder of the British Lupine Dog

    The amazing wolf like British Lupine Dog is a fascinating modern day breed created to have the legendary looks of the wolf but the temperament of a domestic dog. They are several new versions of wolf like dogs currently being developed but Natalie Lagstrom from BritishLupineDog.co.uk has what we believe to be the most wolf like dog in the world. She has been developing the breed for over ten years and continues to be a leader and an expert in the field of these amazing wolf like dogs. We recently had the opportunity to interview Natalie about the British Lupine Dog and ask her some interesting questions regarding her canine…

  • How To Know If Your Dog Is Anxious
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    How To Know If Your Dog is Anxious?

    Dog anxiety is a common thing, yet we want to be able to fix it quickly so that our dog can be their healthiest, happiest self. It’s okay if your dog has anxiety, it’s normally an easy solution. Yet if you don’t realize they are feeling anxious to certain things, it can form into a disorder after a long time. Here is a simple article to elaborate on “how to know if your dog is anxious” and the causes, symptoms, and solution. Causes of Anxiety in Your Dog: For shepherds a common reason they get anxiety is from not getting enough exercise or work in. We don’t want to push…

  • Most Wolf Like Dog
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    Most Wolf Like Dog In The World

    For centuries humans have had an affinity towards the wild and untamed nature of the wolf. Wolves have been the focus of many fables and stories captivating our imagination. They are also a part of history and the origin of what we now call domesticated dogs. There are stories of American tribes breeding domesticated dogs with wolves and crossbreeding has been going on for thousands of years. In recent years dog and wolf enthusiasts have been on a mission to develop the most wolf like dog that is still domesticated and safe for families. Several breeders are currently working on developing a new breed of domesticated dog that has the…