Join Date: Dec 2013
Location: Southen MD, USA
First off congrats! They are A LOT of work, but when raised properly, they are the best : ) I am getting my puppy in April...I started my search December 2012. I began by doing research on lines and what they did. From there, I found several breeders that fit into what I was looking for. I am going to compete in Schutzhund, so I wanted a dog with the drive and temperament. This will be my first sport dog, so I have a lot to learn. I talked with several breeders to learn more about there dogs lines, abilities, personalities and accomplishments. After all that I decided on a breeder in March 2013. After my application was approved, and vet references were validated, I was approved for a puppy. Then the wait began...My pup will be born the beginning of February. Since I am competing in a sport, I have found a club to join that I really like. I am able to attend training to learn the basics, ask ALL the questions I want, observe, and become familiar with the sport.
The best advice I can give you...is be honest with your goals for both you and the pup. That will help you make the right decision on what you are looking for. Good luck!
SG Isen Vom Kavallerie BH CGC CGCA (GSD)
Red CGC (GSD)
Gypsy BH CGC CGCA (lab)
At the Bridge....Charlie - GSD (2014) and Shiloh - Lab (2010)