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info on breeder
hi am new to the form been reading allot on the how to pick a breeder but still have allot of questions, i wanted to see if you guys can give me any input on this 2 breeders or have you heard anything on them, thank you
Grand Canyon K 9
Dragon German Shepherds
ALPINE SAFETY K-9 INTERNATIONAL
I am not familiar with any of them. One thing you might try is to search for them in Search Forum Section. It's found under the main Search in the menu toolbar. It allows you to look through posts or threads. This way you can see what the groups opinions are of each if they've been mentioned in the forum previously. Hope this helps you out some! Good luck and welcome to the group!
I'm hoping you've spent a few hours on --> http://www.germanshepherds.com/forum...ind-puppy.html and http://www.germanshepherds.com/forum...e-bad-one.html
Czech German Shepherds Import Working Line
Dragon German Shepherd, 623-388-0494, German Shepherd Puppies, Czech German Shepherd, Working Dogs, Personal Protection Dogs, Police, K9
Czech German Shepherd Dogs from Alpine K9
What's your background/experience with the breed? Have you already found a good trainer you know you will be using the next few years?
After a BRIEF look at all the breeders above, they all look like their dogs are generally from 'working' lines which means those puppies can be WAY HARDER to raise then most puppies you'd run into. So the more prepared you are (biting blood biting from NORMAL play) and more help you have to focus the training, the better.
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