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05-16-2016 06:39 PM
Momto2GSDs Hi mrawle!
You may want to start a thread of your own for better responses

See post # 12 on this thread from Sept. of 2014 when Mary D posted last. I believe she may be referring to a Grundwald dog.

Von Lotta (that Sebrench mentioned) is expecting a litter the end of May.
The parents are Polina von Lotta and Netzer von Lotta.

05-16-2016 05:03 PM
Originally Posted by MaryD View Post
Try Grunwald Haus in RI. We have two of their long coats. We are very happy with them. They have great temperaments, extremely intelligent and beautiful.
Dear MaryD,

I am very interested in Grunwald Haus. Could you tell me a little bit about how your puppies turned out? Did you visit the facility and how was it? Did you see the dogs and talk to Raf? It is hard now to get information on the Web and any information you could give me would be appreciated.

05-01-2016 05:29 PM
sebrench If you're open to WGSL, you might want to check out Kennels Von Lotta in Atlanta. That's where we got Asher, and I think that she sometimes has long coats. German Shepherd puppies for sale | German Shepherd breeders | Imported German Shepherd Puppies| German Shepherd Kennels
05-01-2016 05:11 PM
mrawle Dear Mary: I am very interested in Raf and his dogs. We have had a couple of nice (brief) conversations. As you may know, his website and facebook page are lacking in information -- even less since I first visited them. I would very much like feedback from someone who owns one of their dogs. Are you willing to give me some? Thank you so much. -- Molly
03-18-2014 08:17 PM
Originally Posted by Neko View Post
As far as I know good reputable breeders don't breed for long coat. Long coat puppies just happen from both parents that have the gene.
This. I agree with the general comments here, look for a reputable breeder that happens to have long coats pop up now and then and get into contact with them, that was you're basically "on a waiting list" when the next one should pop up. Good luck.
03-16-2014 11:20 AM
Stosh Stosh was from a litter of 6 pups- 3 were long coated 3 were not. It was his dam's first litter so the breeder wasn't expecting the long coats. Turns out her father carried the gene. I picked him for his temperament and conformation, not his coat. Of course now I think he's gorgeous!
03-15-2014 11:53 PM
Xyst Sin Thank you so much for your support. I've had my fair share of puppies and was so happy actually to get an older dog. The fact that hes a senior is of no concern to me. I firmly believe in every dog deserving to be happy till the day they pass, which is exactly what I plan on doing for him.
03-15-2014 11:49 PM
Markobytes Awesome news! It is always good to hear of someone stepping up in order to give a dog a good home, he gets a home where he will be appreciated and no doubt he will return the favor with his love. He may be lacking muscle tone in the rear if he did not get proper exercise. Long coats can sometimes hide the condition of their body with all that coat but you seem diligent with your care to catch any problems.
Briskaboo13 my statement was general in nature and 8 was a number I drew from the top of my head. I had not even viewed the web page of the breeder you mentioned. It is just my observation that kennels not breeding to the standard will list multiple studs most if not all without any titles. Responsible breeders place very high standards of the studs they use. Sometimes breeders will list studs belonging to other breeders as a courtesy.
03-15-2014 10:29 PM
Xyst Sin He looks very good on the front part of his body but when he is standing his back end is ALL skin and bone. I'm honestly surprised he can walk and he even likes to run to play. Hes about 79.5# right now (weighed him today) and is obviously under weight in person. He is 28" at the shoulders, 30" long chest to back end, and is just a LOT of hair. We spent 2 hours brushing him today and still have about 3 hours of work pulling out matts, excess shed, and general brushing/washing. I'll get a bath picture up soon and that should really show it.
03-15-2014 09:52 PM
mego he is gorgeous
unfortunate they had to rehome him but glad he found a good home with you he doesn't really look underweight to me in those pics at all
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