Please scroll to the bottom for information on puppies as well as more litters on the way. Meeting the pack will be set up on Saturday and Sundays by appointment only. I have 7 male deposits for up and coming puppies.
Diesel and Gypsy estimated due date July 3, 2019
I will have a puppy day at 4 weeks to choose your puppy. I feel at this time you can start seeing the coloring and personality of the puppy and I can see that all puppies are healthy and can go home when they are 9 weeks. $2500 total cost includes deposit. Puppies will include a vet certification of health with the first vaccine, microchipped, AKC puppy packet, AKC and microchip registration is paid for and mailed off by me, a one week health guarantee, 3 obedience training sessions after pup goes home. Please check out the facebook Vintar German Shepherd for more information and updates. There will be a lot more pics and videos posted on facebook than on the website of puppies growing, learning and training with the pack. I will be setting up CGC S.T.A.R. puppy class estimating a month after puppies go home. This class is not part of the free lessons given.
Explanation on Deposits
Leaving a deposit for up and coming puppies. There is a $500 nonrefundable deposit that will go on price of puppy total price including deposit $2500. At this time, I will only take deposits in person or mailed personal check, money order, cashiers check (VICKI WINTER) or cash for deposit. You can choose to get a puppy from any of the up and coming puppies or wait for the litter you want or wait for 1st pick. It will be in order of deposits given. There is no guarantee on how long it will take for a puppy. So please do not leave a deposit unless you are truly set on getting a puppy from my pack. I will have 2 categories for deposits. The first deposits will be for a specific parent, I cannot guarantee specific parents in the first, if the female does not want to breed with a male, I will put her with a different one. So, it would be better to pick mom or dad, not mom and dad. The 2nd choice in deposits will be for any pup, you will need to specify male or female. If you choose to mail in a deposit please put your name, address, phone number, email as well as best way to contact along with information on male or female pup or specific litter you want to wait for. If you want a specific litter the same rule applies anyone that has put a deposit before you will have pick first. I do want to explain as well that if for unknown reason I lose a puppy or have an unhealthy puppy that owner will get first pick of the next litter. I will give an option to change your choice if for example I have all male pups born. So you have an idea of how many male and females are taken on the deposits but if a person wants a pup and changes their mind I will give them that option so they can take a pup home sooner if they so choose. This all will go on order of deposits given.
The puppies are usually potty trained by time they go home. The pack is never without food or water. I work with each puppy. They will be leash trained, light basic obedience and agility training. They are taught to take food without snapping at fingers, and they will usually understand basic commands such as sit, they also learn to mingle with the pack and know how to be around other dogs and animals. They will be socialized with people visiting the pack as well. They will know their name by time they go home. If you are looking for a breeder you need to let me know. I generally sell family or service dogs only.
I DO NOT SHIP MY DOGS
I feel the puppies are too young to be shipped. It is difficult enough as babies to leave your home, much less shipping them like a piece of mail. There is no exceptions on this so please do not ask.
I do not stud out the pack.
I do my best to keep track of my pups and make sure they are in good homes, when I stud the dogs out I am not responsible for how the pups turn out not knowing the dog or owner. When you stud out your dog or even breed your female with a strange dog you do not know the aggression of the other dog and can be risking the safety of your dog as well. When I first started I did stud out Toby's dad, I will not do that again. The female seemed in good health when she came, but after breeding with Sparky immediately you could see the bad hip dysplasia she had. The owner had to have know she had issues before breeding her. So I do not trust people to be responsible breeders with their dogs, therefore I am very picky about breeding rights and I do not stud out the pack. Another issues is unknown health factors, genetics etc in the other dog. I raise my dogs from pups so I can visually see any issues as well as get them checked by a vet.