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#174 - inudewaruika (11/10/2013) [-]
Actually we did. We frequently took them as puppies and young dogs to people's homes and parks, as well as training classes. As well as people that came over and visited, which was often.
As he got older, he became more relaxed when people came into the yard. During his last few years my grandpa was able to go out there and pet him alone.
Our Shepherd had no issues like this, but he was overprotective when we went on walks, often times pushing whoever was walking him to the side to avoid certain people.
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