Litters Planned for 2019

2019 marks my 42nd year of breeding excellent German Shepherd Dogs.  I had my first litter in 1977.

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Cantor will sire all these litters
Cantor has his AKC CGC and THDN titles and is a therapy dog certified though the Alliance of Therapy Dogs. He competes in NADAC agility and UKC nosework.

 

RR Litter, whelped June 11, 2019
5 bicolor males; 1 bicolor female; 1 black female

2 males are available.

Lovely bred to Cantor.

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I plan to certify Lovely as a therapy dog this year. She competes in UKC nosework and soon will compete in NADAC agility.

Lovely, from the LL litter, has more intense drives than her mother (GloryToo), so I expect this litter to have more working dog prospects than the RR litter but also some service dog prospects and family companions.

 

SS Litter, due January 2020

GloryToo was due to cycle in March, but cycled in January, too close to Mercy’s cycle to be bred then.  She next cycled in early June, six weeks early, which put her litter too close to the RR litter.  She will be bred on her next cycle, which will probably be in November.  This is a repeat of the NN litter.

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GloryToo has her AKC CGC and THD titles and is a therapy dog certified though the Alliance of Therapy Dogs. She competes in UKC nosework.

GloryToo has moderate drives AND a super nose, and the LL litter had good working dogs as well as companions for active families.  I expect the RR litter will, too. 
We should also have some service dog prospects.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Celhaus German Shepherds

4817 Big Horn Ave
Sheridan, WY  82801
celhaus@fiberpipe.net

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