Why are German shepherds so talkative?

Table of contents:

  1. Why are German shepherds so talkative?
  2. How do German shepherds speak?
  3. How do I entertain my German shepherd?
  4. Why do some German shepherds ears flop?

Why are German shepherds so talkative?

As their name suggests, German Shepherds were bred in Germany to be working dogs. ... This brings us to one of the reasons why your German Shepherd is very vocal; he smells people and animals from afar and barks to warn you and to keep them off. His loud voice is his weapon and it works very well to keep away intruders.

How do German shepherds speak?

0:577:31HOW I TAUGHT MY GERMAN SHEPHERD DOGS TO SPEAK ...YouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipI would give the hand signal. And say rocky. Speak I would praise him and say good boy good boy. SoMoreI would give the hand signal. And say rocky. Speak I would praise him and say good boy good boy. So he started to associate.

How do I entertain my German shepherd?

How to keep your German Shepherd entertained

  1. Walk it. Before you even consider how to keep your German Shepherd entertained you should make sure that it is getting a sufficient amount of exercise. ...
  2. Play fetch. ...
  3. Teach it to swim. ...
  4. Give it toys. ...
  5. Give it lots of training. ...
  6. Give it puzzles.
  7. Play tug of war with it. ...
  8. Use a dog walker.

Why do some German shepherds ears flop?

Most breeders and veterinarians will tell you that floppy ears are common while your German Shepherd is teething, which usually ends between 16 and 20 weeks. By then, the cartilage in the ear has become hard and strong enough for the ear to stand permanently.