Enzo, my two-and-a-half year old GSD, is otherwise a very strong and confident soul. Born out of parents with stellar Schutzhund and IPO records, Enzo himself is a star performer when it comes to obedience and protection training. Gearing up fast for his BH trials coming up this May, Enzo is very protective of his home too and is a… Read more →
Traveling with pets is never easy, especially if we’re talking about two 80 lb highly energetic German Shepherds. But taking them to places which offer a wide variety of outdoor activities is always a lot of fun.
I’ve raised two GSDs, Enzo vom Haus Tyson, a working line puppy, and Olyver vom Haus Tyson, a show line puppy, since each was just 8 weeks of age. As a pet parent, I feel guilty at the thought of comparing my two furry bundles of joy, but seriously, they’re so different from each other! While they’re the best of… Read more →
Prong Collars are not all bad for German Shepherds; in fact, if used appropriately, they can be the most effective and humane way of correcting the “land sharks” during their obedience, protection and other training and walking exercises.
Myth: Crate Training a puppy is cruel. Fact: Crate Training is ideal for puppies, especially for giant breeds like German Shepherds.
Is your GSD a picky eater? Does he sniff and move away from the bowl of food you serve him every time with so much love and care? Are you concerned about his food drive? Are you worried about his health? Of course his health comes first. If you find anything amiss with his usual behavior like playing with less… Read more →
Enzo, our adorable German Shepherd, was 20 months old when we added a second German Shepherd puppy to our family. Enzo was a hyperactive boy, with an enormous drive, nudging us 24×7 to play “Brring” with him with whatever he found handy: his ball, his bone, our shoes, twigs, branches, small stones and even a small towel once.We, unfortunately, were… Read more →