How to find a puppy!
http://esspuppyhelp.com/Breeder%20Characteristics.htm <--great info I wish I knew when I got my first dog..
Tons of info just by clicking the links above!
Another good site recommended as a reference.
Choosing a Good Breeder - German Shepherd Rescue of Central Colorado
The links to the Ruffly Speaking Blog are broken, but I found alternate links.
Not sure which blog was linked above, but here are a few good ones:
10 Questions you must ask your breeder – AFTER you know she’s responsibleRuffly Speaking | Ruffly Speaking
The myth (and often outright deception) of “champion lines”Ruffly Speaking | Ruffly Speaking
(this also applies to performance and working titles: Breeder not working and titling the dogs they breed, but rest on the laurels of the accomplishement of past generations in the pedigree - Beware of "Schutzhund III lines!" but the first titled dog in the pedigree is three generations back - means nothing. )
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