Mid-Atlantic is normally MD, DE, VA and PA. Anything south of VA is generally called the SouthKnight, I'm a bit geographically challenged ... can you define "mid Atlantic area"? Is that from, say, VA to NJ? Not sure if down here in NC is considered mid atlantic or not.
Have you inquired with German Shepherd Dog Breeder in Pennsylvania - Shadowbrook Shepherds at all? Pat and Tom normally have some litters due around that time. They're priced at $975.00 with some show puppies priced a bit higher.Bump, any update on this? Hoping to find a pup for $2k or less. We are hoping to put a deposit down now and pick the dog up in April (dog born around Feb). Anyone know of any litters in that time range?
What KIND of GSD were you looking for? Czech? West German? East German? AKC? Showlines? Working lines? WHat's your background/experience with dogs/GSD's. Where will you train and what venue? Kids? Cats?. Does anyone know of a breeder that will have pups available in the Jan/Feb timeframe? We had a deposit on a male pup here, but the female never got pregnant.
LOL sorry, but I don't consider VA to be "the south"...I consider it to be "Mid-Atlantic" like Maryland. Maryland isn't considered "The North East" it's considered "Mid-Atlantic". Where do you think "Delmarva" came from? Delaware, Maryland, Virginia.Anything below the Mason Dixon line (Maryland) is considered the South. And besides, Virginia is a southern state and fought for the South the War of Yankee Aggression! Robert E Lee would roll over in his grave if you included Virginia as anything other than the South! Have mercy ...
Whether you do or not, Virginia succeeded from the Union and has always been below the Mason-Dixon line. Therefore, they are considered a Southern State.LOL sorry, but I don't consider VA to be "the south"...I consider it to be "Mid-Atlantic" like Maryland. Maryland isn't considered "The North East" it's considered "Mid-Atlantic". Where do you think "Delmarva" came from? Delaware, Maryland, Virginia.