German Shepherds are one of the most loyal dogs you'll ever own, but they do require a lot of work. Here, you'll find a few things that you'll need to keep up with the care and cleaning-up after your new pup. Crate Training Will you be crate training the pup? If so, it's imperative that you have the crate purchased and set up when you bring your pup home. The sooner you can get him to feel comfortable in the crate, the easier it will be for you to keep him calm in the crate when you're not home.
A few months back, I realized that our kids were really lonely. We knew that we wouldn't be able to have any other children, so we started focusing on what we could do to make a difference. We started exploring the possibility of adopting an animal, and before we knew it, we were bringing home a pet that we knew our kids would love. They were incredibly receptive to the idea of having the little puppy, and after a few days together, I knew that he would become a treasured member of our family. Read more about pet ownership on this blog.