Puppies for Sale


Latest News:  last update on August 20, 2020                                                             


Current Litters (puppies for sale) _____________________________________________________________________________

Litter sh38 born June 7 2020 out of Max and Maggie  CLOSED FOR RESERVATIONS


Litter sh39 born June 15 out of Leevee and Carol. CLOSED FOR RESERVATIONS


Litter sh40 born June26 out of Deckard and Sansa. CLOSED FOR RESERVATIONS


Upcoming Litters

Litter due out of Deckard and Pris due September 25. NOW TAKING RESERVATIONS

Litter due out of Max and Michonne due October 17, 2020  NOW TAKING RESERVATIONS


All of our German Shepherd puppies are aptitude tested at seven weeks of age using the Volhard aptitude test in order to assist us in their placement. This test, along with the close observation of each puppy as a distinct individual within the group enables us to place every puppy in an environment suitable to his or her temperament and aptitude.

Bringing a puppy or dog into your home or workplace is a commitment that should be entered into with great consideration. Though the testing and observation of puppies are valuable tools, they are not a guarantee as to the kind of dog a puppy will grow into. Dogs will give back every bit that you put into their growth and development and more, but if you do not give them enough of your time and attention they will not be able to reach their full potential.

Each puppy comes with a health guarantee, medical records,  3 generation Pedigree and a form for AKC registration. The price of our puppies  is $1350.00 w/limited AKC registration and $1550.00 w/full AKC registration unless otherwise noted or agreed upon. Please ask about our professional discounts for veterans and active duty members of the armed forces, police, EMT workers, firemen, members of Search and Rescue teams, educators and students.

Training packages can be bought at the time of puppy purchase at a discounted price from training purchased separately.

Prospective owners must have facilities adequate for the care of a large breed working line dog,  typically this includes a large fenced-in-area and adequate shelter, though exceptions can be made for individuals living in urban areas who are willing and able to commit to  working or thoroughly exercising a dog daily.

Once again, please give purchasing a German Shepherd puppy or dog significant thought. These are exceptional dogs, bred primarily for working ability, that typically need large amounts of exercise and a mentally stimulating environment; if they are not supplied with these basic needs, they can become through no fault of their own, a hindrance to your life rather than a blessing and an advantage.