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German Shepherd Man gives some tips about what to do though increasing a German Shepherd dog in an condominium or condominium. Heaps of matters to think about. It is really not for everybody, but if that is you this video clip may perhaps help.

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  1. Hi GSM yes it is easy to raise pups in apartments. I have done it when I had a flat. I had a communal garden so just had to run to the lawn.
    Nooooo puppy pads ,they have a pheromone chemical to encourage peeing and pooping . They actually encourage dogs to go indoors. Please look into the artificial chemicals used . I'm fine with those puppy toilets with grass on like your friend uses but NO pads . I only do 2 lots of puppy shots at 8 and 10 weeks. At 6 weeks pups are still covered by the bitches colostrum so that vaccine won't work so is a huge risk for nothing. Please watch the interview between Dr Karen Becker and Dr Ronald Shultz on vaccine over use and the damage it does.Both are highly renowned Vets and Dr Ronald Shultz has done study after study proving this.I do no more shots ,just titer.at around 5/6 years old as puppy shots last a minimum of 7 years, if not the life of the dog. There are also Nosodes that can be used which is a highly diluted non injectable. Lovely puppy,but you breed the best : ) Thanks all a GSM land : ) Yes all dogs are different and very unique. Gotta love them : )

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  2. Next time you're in Manhattan if you see a dog-walker coddling a dog like a baby because they refuse to walk to their home without being carried 90% of the way, say hi :p Better yet, you should come check out the Meet & Compete event hosted by Westminster – I'm sure they'd love to host some training seminars by you! It's fun, I make a point to go every year. Thanks again for the informative video! When I was in college uptown I saw people walking around with multiple Aussie Cattle Dogs! Never knew how they did it, haha.

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  3. Hope you and dogs are safe from storm. Actually that brings up a good point, do you want to do a discussion on how to deal with thunder, fireworks, stress?

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  4. GSM, have u ever had a puppy deal with Pano? If so what are some tips or advice to help them be in as little pain as possible?
    Please and Thank you! 🙏

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  5. Hope you are all safe from the storm. Thank you so much for all your help!

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  6. I have a question my 10 month old puppy is showline dog but insanely overactive her parents hae ipo 1 protection and scent track but even 2 hours of scent tracking or training or walking doesn’t tire her out but long walks do no good for her joints how do I use her high drive for something useful?

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  7. A lot of people seem upset about the idea of a GSD in an apartment but I just really don’t see the issue with a dedicated owner if they are home with the dog and do stuff with the dog such as exercise, hiking, running etc how is that any less fair than a person who has a huge house and a gsd that doesn’t get any attention or exercise like most people with dogs and houses today?

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  8. I just need a puppy to love to be my companion I would take it to the vet everything needed to do

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  9. That is so special puppy

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  10. I would like to have a dog like big Don

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  11. I hope you are okay during the hurricane

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  12. I commend you for talking about puppy shots, when My Great Dane was a puppy, she her first round of shots but came down with parvo. Unfortunately I was living with friends on a Indian reservation and she might have gotten from a dog or a coyote. She lived through it and lived to be 16 years old. I belong to a couple of GSD sites and I have stressed the point of not walking your puppy around where dogs are or have been, it only takes a puppy to walk through when an affected dog has owed. Though my Guennie was lucky and I caught it in time, a lot of puppies are not so luck. Thank you for stressing that.

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  13. I'm honestly only watching, because the dogs are really beautiful

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  14. Absolutely beautiful can I have her 😊

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  15. Answer the question for the father's Sergeant👌

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  16. Good afternoon my Friend (GSM), as usual I really really enjoy all your videos Everyone. Question Sir 😊, if you default property that you are using in this video if I may ask who is their mother and father and if possible could we see them.? Not taking anything whatsoever from the King.

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  17. Awww. so cute.

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  18. Great video! Be safe during the hurricane! Looking forward to finishing our conversation sometime next week

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  19. I HAVE A 1 MONTH AND 11 DAYS GERMAN SHEPARD THAT IS EXACTLY THE SAME IN THE VIDEO.I WOULD LIKE TO ASK THAT WHY IS MY GERMAN SHEPARD ALWAYS SHEDDING.AND WHEN DOES IT SHED? PLS REPLY :(..AND CAN YOU RAISE A PUPPY IN AN APARTMENT?..PLS REPLY BYE.

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  20. Hi GSM !
    I've got a question
    What do to if your GSD refuses to eat dry food? the only way for me to get him to eat some food is to feed him outside by my hand. but now even this doesn't work ;/ he is about 38kg and 70cm tall and he needs to gain like 5 more kilos. I've tried like 17 diffrent brands and types of dry food and nothing really worked.

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  22. Its so cute she got upset when you talked about matching puppies with their owners. "No I don't wanna leave!". 🙂 Currently up at 3 in the morning writing another essay for college. Nothing like watching a puppy to keep me going. Have the owners picked out her name yet?

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  23. She is SO flippin cute!!! I absolutely love her 😀

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  24. Beautiful puppy. Please take care during the hurricane Michael heading your way.

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  25. what a cute baby, good tips, thanks

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  26. My GSD she was potty trained within a week. She taps at the door and goes in her area. So smart! We purchased pee pads but she just shred and played with them. We did not need them at all. My GSD loves her yard and spending time there. She  has very high prey drive so I don't think she would do well in an apartment, but I have met some calm Shepherds and they may do well as long as they get their long walks.

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  27. Over the last 30 years I've('we've) adopted used, experienced, or surplus GSDs and Border Collies from people who had to move into non dog friendly apartments due to family deployment, one person deploying, or even having to move back to a family who can't have dogs because of health reasons. And I can tell you it's easier for an older, elderly dog to lose an outdoor space than any GSD under 6 years old. They can adapt OK as a puppy. But you have to be completely insane to try to keep BCs in an apartment. Both types make good family members but have different needs.

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  28. She's so big and pretty! All of your dogs and puppies are so beautiful. I love your videos!

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  29. big mistake buying a gsd and living in a apartment, not fair at all for the animal or the neighbors !

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  30. i only sell my GSD dogs to people in houses with adequate acreage,,,to approved homes only,,,

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  31. What do you do with your dogs in winter? My dog has an outside kennel and house that he sleeps in, but he's not been through a winter here yet. Last year we had two weeks of single digit temps. At what point should I bring him inside?

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  32. I have a question or I guess more your opinion. I'm a graduate student living alone in a duplex in a nice residential neighborhood near forests and open spaces/farms. I am raising a German Shepherd and he's now 1 year old. Just got him neutered and I have a flexible schedule where I can come home whenever I want from work. Do you think he's getting enough stimulation or is it even healthy for someone to raise a GSD alone? I take him on playdates in the field maybe 2 times a week, and we hike alone 2 times a week. And I walk him 2-3 times per day. But I just worry that he's alone I'm the house a lot between those times and that it's unhealthy. He's very well behaved and loves all dogs (maybe too much since he can't control his excitement when meeting them).

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  33. I lived in Chicago where it was impossible to have a big dog unless you owned a big home or lived in a 1,600/month shitty (but vintage) apartment. I now live in a small but open/spacious duplex in Southern Illinois and raises my German Shepherd from 10 weeks there. It hasn't been easy but I'm lucky I have plenty of open fields and forest that he runs in instead of dog walks. I still take him on plenty of walks but I use the fields to let him get the energy out.

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  34. I live in a 1550 square foot apartment with a 1 1/2 and a 6 month old GSD. we have a nice field right outside our back door and they are both crate trained. they are good for helping each other get out some energy if we can't get them on their walk. my biggest advice is to have bully sticks or we like yak sticks for them to chew on because if they don't get all their exercise , they will need something to release their energy and they usually chew if thats the case.

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  35. GSM, here’s my question… I am considering getting a German Shepherd puppy…they’re my favorite breed and always have been. Being in the military perpetuated my love for them. However, I live alone and I work. I live close to work and I come home for lunch. I’d feel almost cruel leaving the dog for those intervals of hours at a time. Naturally, when I got home for the day, it’d be full blown dog time. What do you think? Open to others opinions/experiences as well.

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  36. I have two 6 month old German shepherds I’ve had since they were 8 weeks old and I live in an apartment. We aren’t allowed to keep dogs on the patio without supervision and we didn’t use puppy pads. We live on the 3rd floor (4 flights of stairs). We just took them out a lot when they were puppies and within a couple months they knew to go by the front door to go potty and they would whine if they were in the crate to go potty. We are also lucky enough to live in very dog friendly apartments homes. We have a dog park within our gated community. We always take them to the same spot to go potty since they were little and now that they are bigger we go to our dog park 4-5x a week. We took them out before they finished their vacations to use the potty in super low traffic areas, our vet said they will be okay and they are. They are very well known in our apartments complex and our neighbors love them which has helped them socialize as puppy since they are always seeing people when we are going up and down the stairs to take them out. They also play in the apartment a lot. We have open space where they run around and play fetch during the day before walks to the dog park to play fetch and get their energy out. They are thriving. We also just started low impact hiking with them and swimming. We’ve stalky had our neighbors tell us that seeing us taking the dogs outside a lot to play has made them become more active with their own dogs. It’s not for everyone, but we know they have needs to be met and having them helps us to actually be more active with them. It not for everyone. I had a friend who lives in an apartment that gave her dog away because she wasn’t exercising it enough. As long as you meet their needs I don’t really see that big of a difference. We also do a lot of training inside, mentally stimulating games, and sometimes they just chase each other around all day. Local dog parks are he best if you have an apartment dogs

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  37. GSM, did not say not to get GSD. Like any breed of dog, learn about them before deciding to get one. My house is small, my dog does fine. 🐶❤️

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  38. ThANK YOu, iv been waiting for this!

    Hopefully the protection demonstration in the future

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  39. Could you do a video on where to keep German Shepherds: like if they are ok to live outside and sleep there overnight even in fairly cold countries like the UK in the winter, or if it is better for them to stay inside.
    Loved the video again 🐺👍🏽

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  40. I might get a German shepherd for 🎄

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  41. I begged my mum for a German Shepherd and she said that apartments are not good for some dogs do when I move to a new house we are getting a German Shepherd yay😂😂😂

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