Litters Planned for 2020

2020 marks my 43rd year of breeding excellent German Shepherd Dogs.  I had my first litter in 1977.

My pups are $2000.  Application

Please e-mail me (celhaus@fiberpipe.net) and I’ll see the e-mail and respond immediately.  
Call (307-674-4800, evenings) or text (307-752-5413) me if I don’t, in case the spam filter rejects your message. 
Foreign spammers are flooding this country with junk and the filters keep getting tightened.

 

SS Litter

Hesed bred to Cantor.

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. He has all his nosework pretests as well as his Advanced Exteriors and Novice Exteriors titles.

 Hesed is due to cycle in January.  This litter will be a repeat of the OO litter and all pups will be black sables.  See that link for more information.  I will update this page once she cycles. 

 

TT Litter
Mercy bred to Toby

I plan to breed Mercy on her next heat, which will probably be in March.
She will be bred to the sire of Spirit’s MM litter (Toby). See those links for more information. I will update this page once she cycles. 

 

UU Litter
GloryToo bred to Cantor


GloryToo failed to conceive when I bred her last October. At 6 ½, she may have decided she’s done. I will try breeding her one last time. She’s due to cycle in April. If she conceives, this will be a repeat of the NN litter and should contain blacks and bicolors. I will update this page once she cycles.

 

VV Litter

Spirit bred to Cantor

Spirit cycles every 7 to 9 months, which means she could cycle sometime between June to August. This will be a repeat of the PP litter and should contain sables, blacks and possibly bicolors.   These pups will be high drive and good working prospects.  See the PP litter link for more information. I will update this page once she cycles. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Celhaus German Shepherds

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

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