Titan is a 1 1/2 year old purebred German Shepherd born in February 2019. Titan has been growing exponentially more behavioral since the addition of a newborn to their family. If not in very consistent training he gets reactive and can be aggressive. *He has bit before* This bite was not recorded on his record but this bite was seemingly unprovoked. He showed no signs of aggression or agitation leading up to the bite so for this we'll say he can be unpredictable. Titan walks well either using a prong or easy walk harness. He can be reactive and lunge towards passing people and dogs. He has been professionally trained on a stim e-collar which is used on a low level for corrections to his dominant misbehaviors such as overcorrecting other dogs, lunging, growling, etc. Along with the professional training he learned basic obedience such as sit, down, stay, place, wait, leave it, drop it, and center. He picks up commands very easily. He's a super intelligent dog that is just suffering from a lack of job to do. He needs room to run and he needs a rigid schedule of expectations for him. He is house trained and crate trained but will occasionally pee when excited. Has a high prey drive so living with cats is a no go. He currently lives with 3 kids and does okay but he will try to herd them and nip at their ankles to get them to move. Currently lives with a pit/lab mix and also does okay but he's been engaging and instigating in altercations with her recently. He has gotten along with a high energy husky but it's been awhile. Tries to fence fight with neighbors dogs so someone very experienced will have to try introducing him to other dogs if they see fit. Titan has a lot of negative aspects of him right now but is a sweet and funny boy once you're on his friends list. It takes a lot of time to earn his trust and you have to keep his brain occupied through introductions or he'll turn anxious, aggressive, and reactive. He's absolutely a working line German shepherd who needs a proper job for him to use as an outlet for his energy and anxiety. If you have any other questions regarding his behavioral issues, please feel free to reach out.