German Shepherd Dogs
The German Shepherd Dog, sometimes abbreviated to
GSD, has a large build and intimidating appearance, which make it
an excellent guard dog. The dog is loyal and protective of its owner.
They can be aggressive towards other dogs, especially if the owner is present.
They feel they must defend the owner from other dogs, and other people.
German shepherd breeders in South
German Shepherd Puppies for
sale. 4 Males available, black and tan. Parents hip and elbow clear as
well as graded. Puppies are KUSA registered, inoculated, dewormed vet
checked cleared, and comes with a puppy pack. Raised in our home, bred
for temperament to approved homes only. Breeding restrictions apply
unless arranged. R4000.00 each, and prepared to fly anywhere in SA on
arrangement. Call/Whatsapp 0825697085 or mail
Our dogs are of top quality GSD’s, bred,
trained and worked with dedication and love. Our aim is to breed
healthy, strong, beautiful dogs with sound temperaments, suitable for
devoted family companions and protection.
Our dogs are registered and tatooed. We are members of the German
Shepherd Federation. No breeding restrictions.
I-LITTER: Mother: QT of Carlzipca, Father: Shadow von Kessernich.
Date of Birth: ±13 September. Puppies ready to go to their homes: ±30th
J-LITTER: Mother: Quick-Step of Carlzipca, Father: Shadow von Kessernich.
Date of Birth: ± 10 October 2015, Puppies ready to go to their homes:
28 Nov 2015
K-LITTER: Mother: Victoria of Carlzipca, Father: Shadow von Kessernich.
Date of Birth: ± 12.11.2015, Ready to go to their homes: ±31.12.2015
Contact: Hennie & M- j Fourie (c) 083 7016899 (c) 082 5570808 email
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Before buying a
puppy, remember that it takes time and commitment to keep the dog in
shape. The coat benefits from regular brushing. When choosing a puppy, ask to see the parents' Hip
Dysplasia certificates as this condition could be hereditary.
German Shepherds need a big garden for exercise, and enjoy long walks. Train the puppy to walk on a lead. Some dogs have a habit of "shepherding" their owners by circling round them constantly, and you don't want the lead wound round your legs!
We can picture the GSD shepherding livestock, and protecting them against
This breed has been favoured by the Police as their alertness and high
intelligence makes them suitable for police work
like sniffing for drugs, and chasing and attacking criminals. Do train your
puppy from an early age.
The back slopes
downwards towards the tail.
The male German Shepherd Dog grows to 63 cm, and a female 58 cm at the shoulder. The colour is black and tan.
South Africa, Afrikaans folk sometimes call the breed, "Duitse Herders Hond."
folk call them "Alsatians" but this is not their real name. The breed
is German Shepherd Dog, but during the 2nd World War in Britain they changed the name to Alsatian to avoid the problem about a dog being called after the Nazi regime. After the war the name tended to stick hence many to this day
still call them Alsatians. (Or Alsations, to mis-spell it!)
shepherds are called "White Swiss Shepherd
Dogs." They are not white alsatians!