Thank you for visiting our page! At this time, we do not have any puppies available. We will be breeding again later this fall, which should yield winter puppies, ready to go home around early spring 2021. If you are interested in being placed on our wait list for this litter or for future litters, please fill out our application located here on our application page. If you have any questions, please contact us at either or call/text at (253)561-5248.
Below are photos from Jovie's last litter. Continue scrolling for detailed information, along with puppy pricing
Thank you for your interest in our wonderful dogs! The puppies are raised in our home, spending every day with their littermates, momma and us. We enjoy time with the puppies daily, encouraging new experiences and lots of playtime. We consider it a privilege to help raise them, from the moment they take their first breath until we send them off with you to their new home. Every puppy impacts our life, and we wouldn't have it any other way!
All puppies are AKC registered, will come with a puppy gift bag, be on a deworming schedule, have up to date vaccinations, will be microchipped and will have had a vet check up. Puppies will be ready to go home once they are 8 weeks old.
Price: The price for each puppy is $2,000, $500 of that is a non-refundable deposit due once you have chosen which puppy you would like.
Late Pick Up: We will happily keep a puppy in our care for up to 9 weeks old. If your puppy needs to stay in our care for longer, there will be a daily boarding fee of $10. This will cover food, potty training, crate training and more.
Forms of Payment: We accept cash and Venmo, and we will accept a check(s) for anything except the final payment. If you would like to make payments on your puppy, we can begin taking payments once the puppies are born and continue through their 8 weeks with us. A puppy must be paid in full before going to their new home.
Gifting a Puppy
We do not sell puppies as surprise gifts. A puppy is a living being that requires planning and preparation before welcoming into a home. For 12-15 years, this “gift” will require feeding, training, cleaning up after, lots of vet visits and much more. The recipient of the puppy needs to have ample time to decide if this is the right time, right breed, and right long term financial decision for them. If you would like to purchase a puppy for someone (with their full knowledge), please contact us and we can discuss this in detail. We would need to be in contact with both parties and would require the recipient to fill out an application in order to be on our waitlist. The only exception to this rule is if parents want to purchase a puppy and their children (who live with them) do not know about it.
We would like to offer a $200 discount towards the purchase of a puppy to all military service members, firefighters, police officers, 911 dispatchers and EMS personnel. Thank you for your service, both past and present!
We would also like to thank repeat customers and offer a $200 discount towards the purchase of an additional puppy!
Please let us know if any of these discounts apply to you prior to coming to see the puppies. Please bring a valid badge or identification of service with you when you come to pick up your puppy.
Unfortunately, discounts can not be combined.
All of our puppies are sold with limited AKC registration. We will happily offer full AKC registration at no additional charge when the following criteria are met:
-The puppy must not have whelped/sired a litter
-The puppy must be over 2 (two) years of age
-The puppy must have quality X-rays taken by a certified veterinarian of both their hips and elbows and sent to the OFA for certification/grading.
-The grading given by the OFA for both hips and elbows must return as Normal/Passing
-A copy of the OFA certificate must be emailed to us along with a request for full registration
-We will authorize full registration for the puppy at no additional charge
Why do we require certified hips and elbows for full AKC Registration?
Full AKC registration gives the owner of the dog the ability to breed AKC papered puppies. We feel very strongly that a German Shepherd Dog that doesn't have their hips and elbows certified should not be breeding, as they could potentially be passing along poor alignment or even hip or elbow dysplasia to their offspring. In order to help rid the German Shepherd breed of hip and elbow dysplasia, we will only give full AKC registration to the dogs that meet the above listed criteria.
We believe in the quality of our puppies and know you will be pleased with your German Shepherd. Please click here to contact us with any questions you may have!