Raising your German Shepherd will be much easier when you read this helpful book on teaching and training your German Shepherd.
Learn about your dogs natural behavior instincts, and learn how to change and correct some of them. With this dog guide book, you will be able to understand why your dog does some of the silly things they do, and also you will be able to correct their bad behavior very easily.
You will learn about dog biting, jumping up on people, food aggression, separation anxiety, fleas and ticks, house breaking, and so much more. You will learn how to live with your German Shepherd, and how to make him or her a very good family member, that you can trust and love.
Learn what the best healthy type of dog food to feed your German Shepherd is, and teach your dog to let them know you are the pack leader, not them.
You will learn how to make your dog a trusted member of the family, and not have to worry about them making trouble or getting into trouble. If you are lucky enough to own a German Shepherd, you should really read this book to make your life easier and more fun!
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This book is a duplicate of the previous book with the addition of referencing "your Rottweiler" as opposed to your german shepherd in many instances. Don't bother.
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What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?
If it had more specific information about German Shepherd Dogs than is available in the general breed description.
Has German Shepherd Dog Training & Behavior Book turned you off from other books in this genre?
What didn’t you like about Jason Lovett’s performance?
The breed name "Rottweiler" was used on occasions, rather than German Shepherd.
What character would you cut from German Shepherd Dog Training & Behavior Book?
German Shepherd Dog.
Any additional comments?
Disappointing! This book is written in a cookie cutter manner with only basic information that applies to all dog breeds, with exception to some basic information mentioned that is available in the general breed description. It would be a good book for children who have never owned a dog before. However, you may have to explain to them why the narrator sometimes says Rottweiler instead of German Shepherd in a book that is supposedly written specifically about German Shepherd Dogs.
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