4 months old!

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  1. German_Shepherd_Lover

    German_Shepherd_Lover New Member

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    Hey everyone, My GSD puppy as of July 12th is 4 months old! She's doing great. Have less accidents and biting much easier. She loves to play/chew on the other dogs constantly. Took her to the vet and she got her last dose of shots (for a while) but still need to take a stool sample up there. There is something strange about her stool tho, sometimes it have orange streaks if anyone might now what that is I'd be very thankfull to hear about it. I'm taking some up there tomarrow to get a report. But other then that great health. She lost a few of her baby teeth which is nice for us and the other dogs sense they arn't as sharp. But she also doesn't bite very hard tho. I have her on a strict feeding system that she must learn to get food. Mostly I tell her to sit while I put food in bowl (across room) and put it back up. Then I move to a random part of the room and wait for a second or 2. After a few seconds I snap my fingers (1 of 2 commands to come) and she comes straight to me often having to run past to food. Once she get to me she gets ready (sits next to me looking at food waiting for me) once I tell her to "Get it" she run to it and begins to destroy it. I praise her every time she does it all right. I find this to be a very easy way to practice tricks or put tricks in combos. She is amazingly fast at learning and adapting. I have her on Innova Puppy right now, she doesn't really care what she gets tho :p . The other dogs get mad at her often tho (constant biting on ears) they allow it for a while but then get angry and kind scare off with a jump forward or a weak but frightning bite. She's learning tho. But overall a VERY easygoing puppy that wakes up and goes to sleep wagging her tail. Here are a few pics. MORE TO COME.

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  2. Barb04

    Barb04 Love my pets Staff Member

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    Happy 4th Month Birthday! Your so sweet!
     
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    He's so cute! Gracie is 4 months old now. I took her yesterday for her rabies shot and Princess for her shots. Gracie weighs 10 lbs less that Princess (Princess is chow and we think has some lab in her).
     
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    awwww she is so cute!
     
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    Thank You :D . I can't find the charger for the cam so no more pics for right now :( . I was thinking of putting her thro puppy/obi school, But I don't think she really needs it. She just great with other dogs. She even once ran to a huge boxer walking around by self. Long story but... Had other 2 dogs (didn't intend to bring them all) they wanted to go up to the boxer, so trying to keep them back, then she got away and charged to it. And first thing she did was start licking his face as he look almost like he didn't notice her. Luckly he just kinda sat there and accepted the kisses then kinda walked away. I finally got her back to me. Very scary. Anyway, When do you think I should sign her up?
     
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    Since her shots are completed there's nothing to hold you back from enrolling her in classes. Even though she's good with other dogs already, the classes will give her - and you - more self confidence, which is always a good thing in a German Shepherd.
     

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