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

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TT Litter

Lovely bred to Cantor
whelped October 3, 2020:  4 bicolor males, 2 black males, 2 bicolor females and 3 black females
One pup is available

TT Litter Background Information
TT litter pedigree
TT Litter Diary – Daily entries

See Lovely and Cantor on March 12, 2020

This will be a repeat of the RR litter and should contain blacks and possibly bicolors.   These pups will be moderate-to-high drive and good working prospects or pets. 
See the RR litter  for more information. 


UU Litter

Hesed bred to Cantor
due November 15, 2020

ultrasound 10/14/20 confirmed pregnancy

UU litter background information
UU litter pedigree
UU litter – follow the pregnancy

See Hesed and Cantor on March 12, 2020
See Hesed and Cantor in September, 2020

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 will compete in nosework once the trials resume nxt year.

 This litter will be a repeat of the OO litter and all pups will be black sables. 


VV Litter
Mercy bred to Toby

see Mercy on March 12, 2020

Mercy is due to cycle in early September.
She will be bred to the sire of Spirit’s MM litter (Toby). See that link for more information. I will update this page once she cycles. 








Celhaus German Shepherds

4817 Big Horn Ave
Sheridan, WY  82801

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