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04-15-2014 07:31 PM
GSDAlphaMom I sent you a pm. She paid the normal range for a wgsl puppy.
04-15-2014 07:05 PM
drumbum675
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A friend of mine recently got a coatie from GRUNWALD HAUS - German Shepherd Dogs. He breeds coaties. She is about 15 wks right now and they are very happy with her. Confident pup and beautiful.
Wow! Those are nice dogs. Maybe more than I need. I'm sure they are very expensive as well.
04-15-2014 06:02 PM
GSDAlphaMom A friend of mine recently got a coatie from GRUNWALD HAUS - German Shepherd Dogs. He breeds coaties. She is about 15 wks right now and they are very happy with her. Confident pup and beautiful.
04-15-2014 05:51 PM
Gwenhwyfair You're welcome.

I think most breeders that are breeding good dogs and doing it for show/work and/or sport are not breeding specifically for long coats.

So you may have to wait a bit but IMHO it's better to find a good breeder and wait until they have a lc puppy available.
04-15-2014 05:46 PM
drumbum675 Thanks Gwen
04-15-2014 05:44 PM
Gwenhwyfair At least they are checking hips and testing for DM....on their dogs.


There is a breeder in GA, so they are closer to you, they breed West German Showlines and have occasional long coats available. They won't be oversize as they show and compete and breed to standard but it doesn't hurt to inquire. . Link below:

Von den Oher Tannen
04-15-2014 05:43 PM
drumbum675 Thanks. I also questioned the size as my male is only 85lbs.
04-15-2014 05:40 PM
DaniFani Pass, for mego and love's reasons and others.
04-15-2014 05:39 PM
LoveEcho They health test, which is more than most breeders intentionally producing oversized dogs can say. That being said, they are breeding with no more thought or goal than producing the biggest dogs possible. This is not supposed to be a giant breed. They are breeding dogs with some funky conformation and don't appear to do any sort of sport or training with them. I would run very fast. It's fairly easy to find reputable breeders who occasionally produce LC's...that would be your best bet to find something that actually looks and acts like a GSD.
04-15-2014 05:32 PM
mego I'd pass.
Gsds aren't supposed to be 130 lbs and these guys breed huge dogs.
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