We now have Kids Furniture No puppies
We now have Kids Furniture No puppies
Yes I take back my puppies at most any age. This is Simon and I got him back at 1. We keep returned dogs for 2 or 3 months before we re-home them. That is to give them time to recover from the lose of their family. Then I make sure that older dogs get back into good homes. If you want an older shepherd you can contact me. I one come available I will get back to you.
Thank you for your time!!!
Yes German shepherds make incredible family dogs. You need to train them and socialize them properly. Never leave children alone with your dog. Your dog may mistake play or rough housing with the need to protect. Someone can be nipped. That can be trouble for your dog. You need to protect your dog from stupid people. If a large dog nips someone there is usually a reason. Most people don't understand animal behaviour any more. Make sure you do. If you don't know the people or kids tat are visiting, you might want to put your dog away in a kennel unless you can properly supervise the dog at all times.
You never want to feed your dog to much so when you first get your puppy from us usually about 3/4 to 1 cup twice a day is good however just play it by ear and if your dog is acting like they’re starving give them a bit more at meals. Amount can change depending on activity. If they are throwing up foamy or yellow liquid in the morning. Their stomach has been empty to long. Add a snack in the evening.
The answer is YES. However because of covid 19 to sign up you have to call and speak to Daniel to set up a time. So we can follow all restrictions. We have a 50 acre area to work with and hot coco so you can rest at ease. As well even if you don’t have one of our pups to schedule, Daniel loves training all kinds of dogs, he is also willing to come to you.
Call Daniel: 403 279 5707
The best way to get your questions answered by me is to CALL (Deanne). I am older and come from a different generation. I still have a land line so NO TEXTS please. I don't check my emails often so if you want to get answers, send me pictures or even let me know you fixed the dog you got from me, the only sure way to contact me is to PLEASE CALL.
For a male you would neuter at around 1 year old. You might do it earlier if your male’s behaviour is becoming a problem. A female a good time to spay is after her first heat. If your dog is becoming to hard to handle and behaviour is becoming aggressive younger than the recommended age getting them fixed earlier is OK. Make sure it is a hormone issue.
In this case the care of your dog is even more important and will cost you more. You have to have a vet check, Penn hip x rays, and your dog must also be registered as a breeding dog with breeding papers if you wish for the pups to be considered pure bred.
Never put a deposit on a dog before your 100% sure that they have the puppy. Check to see how easy is it to find the person. Do they have an address and more than one way to contact them. Ask if you can see the puppy first and make an appointment. Look for them on other media, (ie Facebook and look for old info from previous litters. Can you hear the puppies and Dogs when you talk to them on the phone. Check if the name and phone number are listed.
Are they able to produce several pictures of the dog at different ages. I have had pictures of my puppies stolen by people to get deposits on Kijiji. Kijiji will tell you how long a breeder has advertised with them.
If all the person cares about is getting the deposit think twice. It may be a puppy mill, or a scam. I hope this section makes people more aware and take care not to get taken in by these people who prey on the hearts of loving puppy parents.
Its sad to say but puppy mills do exist. To spot a puppy mill!
Are the people unwilling to let you see where the dogs live?
Are you being aloud to see the parents?
Will they let you see where the puppies are kept? If they want to meet you somewhere instead of you coming to their place. Why are they offering to do that?
Make sure the address they have given exists.
If one or more of these things is what you are confronted with it is almost certainty that you have a puppy mill on your hands.
Now you might think your saving a puppy by buying the puppy in front of you, but really you are rewarding an animal abuser and, condemning more puppies to be born and suffer the same horrible start in life.
You need to leave and report the puppy mill to the police, humane society and you can report them on social media if the authorities won't listen or do anything about it.
Please do not just save one puppy!!! Save all the dogs, puppies and future litters from suffering without veterinary care, bad food, over breeding, and unsanitary conditions.
STOP animal abusers!!!
Be part of the solution, not part of the problem.