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Dog Problem & Solution Decision Tree

 Reviewed 25 February 2019 share-a-picture Or go to discussion?join-the-discussion
 
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So you've got a dog problem or dog joy to share?

We have created a "Dog Problem & Solution Decision Tree" that allows yourself to drill down your concern to find a solution much quicker if you seek one.

Be aware that the solution is the solution we need long-term, rarely what we are currently looking for. idea

The unique MYGERMANSHEPHERD.ORG Dog Problem & Solution Decision Tree starts here!


Alternatively you may dive right in if you know which branch is yours: your current concern.

What dog concern have you got?
New Puppy?
Puppy Joys?
Puppy Food
Puppy Games
Puppy Toys
Puppy Problems?
Puppy Behavior
Puppy Socialization
Puppy Training
Owner Training
Puppy Health
Puppy Care
Adult Dog?
Dog Problems?
Dog Health
Dog Care
Dog Behavior
Behavior Training
Dog Socialization
Dog FUN?
Socializing with other dogs
Dog Games
Dog Toys
Senior Dog?
Older Dog Joys?
Together-time
Meeting old friends
Playing Games
Older Dog Problems?
Dog Health
Overweight
Impaired Senses and Mobility
Rescue Dog?
Rescue Dog Joys?
Gratitude
Affection
Together-time
Rescue Dog Problems?
Health
Separation Anxiety
Trauma

Interesting:

Most reported dog behavior problems are down to missed socialization at puppy age!

In particular this is true for the TOP THREE reported German Shepherd problems:

  1. Dog Aggression
  2. Dog Barking
  3. Dog Biting

Yet all dog problems are dealt with in the MYGERMANSHEPHERD PERIODICAL that you may subscribe here to receive if you haven't done yet.

 

 


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