Quality breeding is never “mass breeding.”
Raising a litter is a two-month full-time commitment of constant care, careful attention and a sound program that emphasizes the physical and emotional health of each puppy. It is not a task that can be delegated to “staff” no matter how well trained they may be. Only careful and watchful breeders can live up to that title. Mass breeding with dozens of females and hundreds of puppies born yearly is not what the breed’s founder had in mind when he said: “The breeder in a small scale, one who works with one or two bitches, is the most suitable breeder…as he or she can care for his progeny as is indeed necessary. Breeders on a small scale, a so-called “little man” have a full purpose: love for the work, love for the breed and understanding of what constitutes its real welfare.” (Captain Max Von Stephanitz “The German Shepherd In Word and Picture” pg.381)
EXPERIENCE IS OUR STRENGTH
A good puppy is not an accident. It is the result of good choices. Good intentions fall short if those choices are not wellfounded. The foundation of choices requires depth of knowledge, experience and constant commitment to quality. Breeding for numbers and profit eventually shows its own weakness passing the burdens to you, the new owner. Please review this website in detail and become familiar with our goals and pledge to you.
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With over 30 years experience in breeding and selling quality German Shepherd puppies, we know how to pair and breed the best lines in order to produce well-tempered, healthy companions, that we would welcome into our own homes.