Keep the bedroom doors closed so the puppy doesn't go in those rooms. Take the puppy out very often and praise or give treats for going potty outside. Have an eye on the puppy at all times. When the puppy can't be watched have the puppy crated, or kenneled outside or in a fenced in yard, so the puppy is safe. Spot clean the bedroom carpets with a carpet cleaner that has emysens in it to break down the odors and remove them. Good luck.
I love German Shepherds and will always have one with me for the rest of my life!
you can try the leash technique where you make her follow wherever you go and the time you think it's right you can go outside for her to do her business.
Another way is to get rid of any smell on the place that she peeed in the house so it doesn't get her attempted to do it again. from experience scolding doesn't really help because the dog doesn't know what he/she did wrong. and make sure you take her outside (backyard would be the best) in the morning and go to the same spot. That's important. and when she does her thing praise her and give her a treat.
Puppies may be needed for owners whose puppies developed aggressive patterns in their behavior like excessive barking, biting or fighting among other dogs. I found this video on youtube and was just wondering if anyone here had any thoughts or additional suggestions?