Great Pups come from outstanding parent dogs! That’s why we guarantee our pups for physical soundness, health, and sound temperaments!
We are breeders of German Shepherd Dogs, without a doubt the most versatile breed of dog there is. Our German Shepherd puppies and trained adult dogs are bred to have strong and healthy confirmation, stable and courageous temperaments, and amazing intelligence and trainability. The focus of our German Shepherd breeding program is to produce dogs to be used in our service dog training program. We train both mobility service dogs, wheelchair assistance dogs, and PTSD support dogs. But not all pups have what it takes to be a service dog. It is amazing how puppies in the same litter will have very different coloring, size, and personalities. Even though they all have similar German Shepherd traits, each German Shepherd puppy is an individual, with its own special abilities. The puppies not suited for service dog work are available to the general public. These pups have gone on to be incredible family dogs, working dogs in search and rescue, tracking, Schutzhund and protection sports, obedience trial dogs, and even AKC confirmation competitors.
Our German Shepherd Dogs are raised on our 60 acre home in northern Maine. They live in our home with us and pups are raised in the home so they can experience all the sights and sounds of a busy family life. When our German Shepherd puppies go to their new homes they are well socialized, and have begun housebreaking and basic obedience training.
You are on this website because you are interested in German Shepherd Dogs and possibly in purchasing one of our trained dogs or puppies. If you have never owned a German Shepherd before, we ask that you to read all the information on this site. I think that German Shepherds are the best breed there is but they are not for everyone. Read all the information here and then make your decision. Ownership of a working/herding breed like the German Shepherd is not for everyone. After thoroughly educating yourself regarding the breed, make an honest decision as to whether this would be the right dog to bring into your life.