1 Female Available
Some of our puppies from past litters
These Grand Shepherd puppies are from a stock mating of a purebred Pennsylvania Dutch livestock working St. Bernard and a purebred Anatolian Shepherd. Other offspring from these stock sire and dam have received rave reviews (see below). While further breeding will refine markings to produce a uniform appearance of the Grand Shepherd, the sought after temperament has already been achieved makings these puppies ideal for the homestead or family farm.
The inherent hybrid vigor of the initial generations of these Grand Shepherd puppies especially assures their future health, vitality, and longevity. The common maladies of highly in-bred breeds have thus not been experienced nor are expected.
Males and Females are now available for reservation! $200 deposit and $500 upon pick up or before shipping. ($700 total)
For a SECOND TIME one of our Grand Shepherd puppies is going to family who have been breeders of champion St. Bernards. So impressed were they with their Grand Shepherd that guards their livestock that they picked one for their family dog! This family now makes a living boarding dogs, every breed of of dog, and picked the Grand Shepherd over them all!
"Beloved days are when we go up to the lake to fish. He actually delights in the water, and I think he'll be swimming with the little ones come Summertime! As for snow, he LOVES it. We had a few inches fall last week, and the youngsters went sledding. [Our Grand Shepherd] ran up and down our significant hillside all day! The children have decided that we need to purchase him a harness, and teach him to draw up the sleds up for them.:)".
Our Grand Shepherd "loves to play retrieve. He rips the ground up when he puts on the gas! He could go for days and never ever tire. We merely have to keep working on the "coming back" part ... haha! He remembers "rest", "down", and he likewise recognizes to wait and sit by the door up until we inform him to go outside."
Our Grand Shepherd "has been such a joy. We have had our bad puppy moments, but they've been few and far between. I am sure you have developed the perfect mix. We love him!"
"We could possibly not be happier with [our Grand Shepherd]. He's a sweet-tempered, tranquil, and very intelligent dog that seems to take seriously his job of shielding our house and family members. He hardly ever barks, but does when he feels it is necessary. He sticks close to our house most of the time, enjoys playing with the little ones, and just recently caught his first mole near the garden. It takes him only a few minutes to discover any sort of new trick. Though we have actually never ever done anything adverse to train him away from poultry, he leaves them alone and just the other day he came and got Grandpa and led him to a cluster of chickens that had escaped their pen. He certainly had plenty of possibilities to make a snack or sporting activity of the chicken and did not! Yay! So we're extremely, very happy with him!"
"Keep me in your loophole. We 'd so much like to include an additional new puppy in a year or two!"
We absolutely LOVE Titus!! Thank you again for your huge part in our 'family!'