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Posted on: 8:08:55 PM 11/7/2009

Hi! I'm a German Shepherd breeder. German Shepherd puppies somet...

Posted on: 1:22:32 AM 10/28/2009

I would definitely have the puppy crated or outside in a kennel or in a fenced in back yard when it is time for bedtime for your son. With this situation one miss calculation on the puppy's part and your son could be hurt very badly. If the puppy doe...

Posted on: 1:12:38 AM 10/28/2009

Puppies do the humping thing males and females. It is just a dominance and playing thing. They adjust and grow out of it. At least from my experience they have. If you want you can distract them with a toy or playing fetch or ball.

Posted on: 1:06:16 AM 10/28/2009

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 ke...

Posted on: 1:41:59 AM 10/22/2009

Sometimes the puppy's skin turns a darker hue as they age.

Posted on: 10:54:24 AM 10/7/2009

When you take him outside have him on a leash, so you have control of him. Have treats with you and a toy he likes, talk to him work with him so that he sees you as more fun that the kids or anything else going on around him. Good luck.

Posted on: 1:24:10 AM 10/7/2009

Your vet already knows about the hernia condition call his office and ask those questions to your vet. That would give you better peace of mind than anything we could say since we don't know your dog and your vet does. One time being mated can produc...

Posted on: 1:15:43 AM 10/7/2009

Hope you get the info you need from the previous owner to straighten out the snapping issue. Good luck. If that doesn't work you might talk to a few dog trainers about it.

Posted on: 9:38:47 AM 10/6/2009

Have you tried contacting the former dog owner? They would probably like to know how the dog is doing. You might tell them how well the dog is doing for you and you have only one problem with it and ask if the dog ever bite played rough with them and...

Posted on: 1:08:24 PM 10/1/2009

If your puppy is gasping for breathe it would be a good idea to have a vet check up to make sure there is not a medical issue you are dealing with. Some of my Ge...

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