Litters Planned for 2023
2023 marks my 46th year of breeding excellent German Shepherd Dogs.
I had my first litter in 1977.
My pups are $2500. Application
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Litter #1: the YY litter, hopefully due in mid-April
Lovely bred to Cantor
This is a repeat of the RR, TT & WW litters.
Lovely came in heat on 1/23/23, so I’m planning to breed her to Cantor this time and then Titus on her next cycle, when he can come from Utah for the breeding.
See Lovely and Cantor on March 12, 2020
This is a repeat of the RR litter and TT litters and should contain blacks and black & tans. These pups will be moderate-to-high drive and good working prospects (including service dogs & therapy dogs) or pets for active people.
See the RR litter and TT litter for more information.
Litter #2: the ZZ litter
Mercy bred to Justice
Since she refuses to let strange dogs breed her, even on her own territory, and has not conceived with AI, I’m going to try breeding her to Justice, whom she actually likes and plays with. He will not be quite 2 years old when she cycles (hopefully in March), so I only have his hip and elbow prelims. Mercy turned 7 years old in December 2022 and that’s often the end of their breeding period, so I can’t wait for her fall heat. We got Justice’s OFA cardiac certification done in December and were also scheduled for his blood draws for OFA thyroid certification, EPI, and vonWillebrand’s/hemophilia, but a monster storm shut down the airport so the blood couldn’t be shipped overnight to the lab (requirement for the tests to be valid). Cornell Lab, where we send for OFA certifications, closed for two weeks for the Christmas holidays, so we rescheduled his blood draws for January 3rd.
I will try to get some grown-up photos of Justice in January. Meanwhile, see earlier photos, links to which are on his page.
These pups should be black sables, bicolors or possibly solid blacks.
This is a working litter.
see Mercy on March 12, 2020
Titus is a Search & Rescue dog in Utah.
Last fall he passed all his health screenings – including rating OFA EXCELLENT on hips!
See more photos of Titus
See his younger siblings from the VV litter, which was whelped 10/26/21.
I kept one of the VV litter, “Varoom!”. See Varoom!’s page
These pups should be black sables or blacks. This is a working litter.
See Lovely on March 12, 2020