You don’t sound like a very experienced dog owner at all! Yes, german shepherds can sleep outside but dogs never allowed inside histiocytoma dog leg will develop serious behavioral problems! He will bark 24/7 because he is bored (neighbors will complain) and your backyard will be in utter ruin! If you see your dog merely as an alarm system histiocytoma dog leg instead of a companion… well, I would recommend you to stick with a proper alarm histiocytoma dog leg system.
It is highly likely your german shepherd will snooze through histiocytoma dog leg the whole episode if a burglar breaks into your house. Reason being? He doesn’t feel a need to protect your house (maybe even the people in the house) since he is practically never allowed in-he is not bonded to the place. Having a dog as intelligent and athletic as a german histiocytoma dog leg shepherd is a lot of responsibility and a lot of histiocytoma dog leg training is required to turn him into a well-mannered canine citizen.
Keep all that in mind and if you are ready histiocytoma dog leg to have a dog as part of your family, talk to your mom and get a puppy so she histiocytoma dog leg could get used to it, an adult german shepherd is massive so it can be histiocytoma dog leg quite intimidating for someone who is not used to big histiocytoma dog leg dogs. My mom was quite nervous when she saw how big histiocytoma dog leg a fully grown german shepherd is but she has no histiocytoma dog leg problem with my black german shepherd pup!
I am not a dog owner, but I live two houses away from a family with histiocytoma dog leg a german shepherd that they leave outside for about 8 histiocytoma dog leg hours a day (I’m assuming while they are at work, but they also seem to leave it out on weekends). The dog barks nonstop. I never thought something like this could have such an histiocytoma dog leg impact on my life but it has. I’ve been living here for 3 months and I never histiocytoma dog leg get good sleep or any peace when I’m awake. For your neighbors’ sake just buy an alarm system. Also, it is really cruel to keep a dog like that histiocytoma dog leg outside and bored all day.
I guess that you haven’t considered that a dog is a member of the histiocytoma dog leg family. If you want to play with a dog that lives histiocytoma dog leg outside 100% of the time and doesn’t socialize with all family members, play with a wild coyote or wolf depending on where histiocytoma dog leg to live. Sure a shepherd can live outside, and I guess your mother who already feats dogs can histiocytoma dog leg stay outside. A happy, healthy shephard needs stimulation and exercise. They are working dogs. For you and your father to have a dog living histiocytoma dog leg in a cage in your backyard seems wrong. Maybe you could both volunteer at your local animal shelter histiocytoma dog leg until you can take care of a dog.
Yes, I agree with susan, it is not fair to keep a dog separated from histiocytoma dog leg the family as they are social animals and also need histiocytoma dog leg a lot of attention. Mr. F also has a good suggestion about getting a puppy histiocytoma dog leg and raising it with the whole family so you can histiocytoma dog leg all bond together. The person asking the question does not seem to be histiocytoma dog leg very experienced with dogs, therefore, getting a geman shepherd as your first dog may be histiocytoma dog leg a little challenging, especially if it is introduced to you when it is histiocytoma dog leg an adult. This breed needs a lot of stimulation and exercise due histiocytoma dog leg to their size, energy levels, and intelligence, so I would say it is not OK to leave histiocytoma dog leg this kind of dog (or any dog actually) alone for eight hours every day. Dogs are supposed to be companions and should only be histiocytoma dog leg owned by people who can look after and care for histiocytoma dog leg them properly and give them the attention that they need.
The long answer is get a PUPPY so your mom histiocytoma dog leg gets used too it as a baby and it will histiocytoma dog leg get used too her as well. I would never recommend bringing such a large animal into histiocytoma dog leg your family as an adult. You should get a puppy and raise it in your histiocytoma dog leg family, the bond it will forge with your entire family will histiocytoma dog leg be unbreakable and your mother will never have an issue histiocytoma dog leg with the dog.
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