Training and Taking Care of German Shepherd Puppies

Set up a designated area for your puppy with their bed, food, and water dishes. This will act as a safe space for them when they feel overwhelmed or anxious.

Establish a potty routine for your German Shepherd puppies as soon as possible and stick to it. Also, praise and reward them when they go potty in the right spot.

Introduce your German Shepherd Puppies to various people, animals, and environments from a young age. Socialization from an early age is crucial for their healthy development.

Start training your German Shepherd puppies as early as 8 weeks old. Teach them basic commands like ‘sit’, ‘stay,’ ‘come’, and ‘heel.’

Puppies love to chew! So dont forget to puppy-proof your home and remove anything they could potentially harm themselves with, like electrical cords or houseplants.