German Shepherd Puppies
Helpful information about German shepherd puppies:
German shepherd puppies temperament
German Shepherds are energetic and playful. They will always want to run and roll around, especially if they are on their turf. But you will notice that German Shepherds are indifferent and standoffish when out in public – That is among one of the unique traits of this dog breed. They may cuddle you a lot in your home, but they will remain silent and observant when they are outside. It is part of the breeds instinctive nature to be keen on their surroundings.
You should not worry about this, It’s entirely balanced and deliberate for these dogs to behave like this when they are outside with other people or dogs. If you have trained a German shepherd dog fully, the chance of it committing mischief is unlikely.
German shepherd Protectiveness
Many want to adopt German Shepherd puppies because these dogs are natural guardians. Nearly all dogs exhibit this nature. But the German shepherd or ‘Alsatian’ breed can take it to the next level. This is a prime reason why you should socialize your German Shepherds correctly, especially when they are still puppies.
As with any dog their territorial instinct can always result in unwanted aggressiveness. Strangers and other neighboring dogs can’t escape their wrath which can present issues particularly with a dogs of this size when fully grown.
German Shepherds are also very close to children.
Most dog trainers will recommended Active socialization to ensure that your German shepherd will remain polite even in the presence of visitors and guests. It is essential that training commences of your German Shepherd when it is still young. Doing this guarantees that your dog won’t be straying into bad or the wrong habits when they are adult dogs and fully grown.
The common theory with nearly all dog breeds is that it is better to socialize a puppy than a full-grown dog. In the majority of situations we would recommend that you should only adopt German Shepherd puppies.