We love dogs and think German Shepherds are the best dogs in the
They can do it all, herding, tracking, protection, Search and Rescue,
It is so rewarding to work with such intelligent beings! Our
breeding goals may involve a range of diverse lines (big bone German working to
elegant American show; impressive Whites to striking Blacks), but our most
important goal is to provide lifelong healthy companions, the kind that
"can read your mind".
Signers of the UKC Breeder's Code of Ethics.
Our females are bred only once a year. Our puppies are handled daily from the day they are born. New situations are presented to them as they
become ready, in small groups and individually. A Puppy
Aptitude Test is performed around 7 weeks of age.
Our gal Chase on her way to our 1st AKC
show, where she placed 1st in Obedience getting her 1st leg towards her CD. I train all our dogs in Obedience,
and hope to title them when time allows.
We are currently constructing an agility course for the
Pictured is our gal Tippi on the A-frame. All of our dogs enjoy the
My husband built a little dog sled for Gage to pull. Gage learned very quickly, he is a natural at it!
Pictured are my White Shepherds, Gage and Savvik,
myself, and our little dog Daisy Jane.
In the summer, I walk/run the dogs
to the creek everyday ( I myself ride the golf cart!), and in the winter, the
dogs follow me on cross-country skis.
GSDs need vigorous daily activities for
the body, and daily challenges, like agility and obedience training, for the
We have a "family style" kennel, that is all our dogs are
each in their own large yard with a big dog house. We can see all of them from
the house. Each day, they visit us in the house and play with each other
outside their yards.
Thanks to my good little friend Shauna for giving me a hand
training the pups!
"Let all who have breath praise the Lord!" In
memory of Whizbang, our 1st German Shepherd, pictured here carrying Flash, our
beloved smooth Fox Terrier. Til we meet again....