How to make GSD puppy to make friendly with stray dogs ?

My puppy is 2 month OLD. I bought him for personal protection. But I room in areas often where lots of pet animals and stray dogs remain. so what will be the best process to socialize my puppy to make prepare for future ?
I need answer on socialization only. Not Negligence towards stray. I am a farmer, I have to go in such place.

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  • Max McCoy

    • "How to make GSD puppy to make friendly with stray dogs ?"

    TOTALLY the wrong question.

    A person who ROOMS in areas where strays (how about bears & coyotes & porcupines & wolves, etc?) have free access should NOT have a puppy.

    People who want a young puppy SHOULD prepare by having a door that opens into a yard fenced to keep stray dogs & stray brats OUT, as well as keeping the pup IN. The person should stay home 24/7 with the pup for at least a week, preferably a fortnight. The person should arrange his/her life so that the pup has constant access to clean drinking water and is fed no further apart than every 9 hours. The person should have awareness of the processes involved in "passive immunity" and "active immunity", including that you cannot rely on ANY vaccination having worked before 2 weeks after the boosters that are usually given at 16 weeks old. So meeting stray dogs, and walking on the ground on which stray dogs walk & piddle & poo & vomit, is NOT where a young pup should be.

    It sounds as though YOU meet none of those requirements.

    • "My puppy is 2 month OLD. I bought him for personal protection."

    Why do you NEED personal protection? – are you a "marijuana farmer"?

    • "I need answer on socialization only. Not Negligence towards stray. I am a farmer, I have to go in such place."

    If THAT rubbish were true, why aren’t you asking the pup’s BREEDER?
    No – you NEED some FAST education so that you are AWARE of the LIFE-SAVING needs of an immature pup.

    You obviously aren’t even aware of the mental development stages of a pooch. I avoid the misleading term "socialisation". I refer to all the safe-&-fun (in PUP’s opinion) familiarisation-&-confidence-building experiences a wee pup needs before it is 13 weeks old, so that there are no movements, scents, sights, sounds, textures that bother it, and that it totally trusts you to protect it from anything dangerous – such as a starving stray dog.
    Have you even booked yourself into a proper training club’s weekly classes ready to start as close as possible to when Pup is 18-22 weeks old, so that YOU get coached on how to become a competent trainer?

    Add
    http://pets.groups.yahoo.com/group/The_GSD/Source/
    to your browser, so that you can easily look up all sorts of information about dogs, especially GSDs.

    To discuss GSDs, join some groups such as
    http://pets.groups.yahoo.com/group/GSD_Friendly/
    The people in them KNOW about GSDs. Plus you can include actual photos in your posts, unlike the clunky mechanism that stingy Y!A provides.

    Max the real McCoy – first pup in 1950; GSD breeder & trainer as of 1968

  • Sisyphus

    You *DON’T*!!!!!!!!
    You keep it AWAY from dangerous,filthy,disease & parasite ridden strays!!!!!

  • JenVT

    Why would you want to?? Strays have unpredictable temperaments and goodness knows what diseases. Keep your dog away.

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