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CCR pups are very well bred many of her pups go on to be police dogs, SAR, some are being trained as guide dogs. I know of one of her more recent litters has gone to being a champion at something it was a litter from Sky I believe. All her dogs are beautiful!!

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There are shelter dogs that are doing all of those things too. I just hope they are doing all the right things when it comes to bettering the breed by health testing and titling in some venue before breeding. I couldn't really tell from their website. Hopefully pet quality pups are sold on limited registration. I do like the looks of their dogs, I am very partial to black.

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Here are some links to kennels I like, have had a dog from or would get a dog from them. Not sure what type you are looking for so figured I'd post a couple different ones:
Caretti German Shepherds Home Page - have a dog from them
The Official Rin Tin Tin Web Page - have had two dogs from them
WeberHaus German Shepherds = thinking of getting an older/retired dog from them if they have any
Welcome to Sugarloaf Shepherds - Championship German Shepherd Dogs of White Coat Color - have a dog from them

Don't know if any of these will help you in your search, but I wish you my best in finding the dog you're looking for.

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There are so many different "types" of Shepherds... personal preference is up to you. Do you want pretty dog show, or tough beauty working???
I will vote Weberhaus. Melinda has outstanding working dogs with show potential. Close to KC. The absolute best around the area... I have met her, and attended a couple of training days with her. Her dogs are rock solid temperment, and work. An exceptional breeder.

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I gotta ask... does he look "shabby" ?? LOL I can take it, give it to me straight...

This has NOTHING to do with Weberhaus... I'm just asking to get an idea of what you are looking for.
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No way, he looks fine and handsome. But the TV does look a bit shabby.... sorry...
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CC health tests all her breeding stock, she has dogs working in sar, obed, has puppies in the Fidelco program.

As for rescue, come on, that's rather an insulting thing to say they look 'shabby'..Some dogs taken in are not in the best of condition when first excepted into rescue, but rescues usually completely vet/socialize them for adoption..And they turn out to be some of the best dogs anyone has ever had.

I would keep an open mind and be more concerned with temperament than looks.

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I agree, Diane.

Wonder if our rescued boy we had for 8yrs. after finding him sitting in a kill shelter looks shabby?



Or Kate, a recent foster we had, is she shabby appearing?


Or our current rescued boy, Ruger?


Or this girl who wound up with an amputated leg due to owner neglect?


We've never purchased a dog from a breeder, but did find them in shelters and/or rescued some.

Looks aren't everything. Handsome or beautiful dogs can have poor temperaments, and the temperament is what makes the dog, not it's appearance.
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Looks aren't everything. Handsome or beautiful dogs can have poor temperaments, and the temperament is what makes the dog, not it's appearance.
While I tend to agree with this, IMHO I like a dog with everything ... good health, excellent temperament and a nice appearance/conformation. Yes, I've had dogs who weren't raving beauties, one with an inherent temperament problem (shyness), one with an aquired temperament problem (never heard the word NO before I got him), some with poor health and loved them all. But that being said, I still prefer dogs with all three ... health/temperament/conformation!

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