- Dog Breeds: Mixed Corgi
- Age: 3 years old
- Description: Pluto is a 3-year-old/14 kg Mixed Corgi dog/neutered
He loves to play with toys, friendly with people, and loves attention and belly scratches!
Very Social with other dogs/recommend that he is only pet in the household.
- Website: https://www.facebook.com/groups/animalrescuenetworkkorea/per
- Price: $ 50.00
- Location: Seoul, South Korea
- Contact Number: +82 010-8081-0443
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dog Breeds: Pit mix (waiting for DNA results)
- Age: 1 year (1/12/18 – birthday)
- Description: 11 month old pit mix
Good with dogs-chases cats to play
Cuddle bug-gives hugs kisses and smiles
When going for a walk, he is always up for adventure
Plays in puddles when it rains
- Website: https://peytonsplaceanimalrescue.org/adoption-application/
- Price: $400
- Location: Hazlet NJ
- Contact Number: 609-613-6523
- E-mail: email@example.com
- Dog Breeds: Mix Breed (Maltese / Shih Tzu)
- Age: Puppy
- Description: Shima Puppies. 3-10lbs, hypoallergenic, non shedding/yappy, socialized/playful, great 4 kids, loving, potty pad trained. 7 shots, Parvo immune/wormed, home raised. Licensed/reg. Preferred breeder. 30 years n business. 22 families strong, members of BBB.
- Website: www.sweetshimas.com
- Price: 595.00 to 695.00
- Location: Spokane, Washington
- Contact Number: 509-276-1717
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dog Breed: German Shepherd
- Description: TO CONTACT BREEDER: PLEASE CALL, NO EMAILS.
At the Shepherds of The Mount our goal is to consistently produce pups that have a large frame with a medium to high-drive, intelligent, courageous with a stable temperament and physically sound with great endurance.
Our pups come with a genetic and health guarantee, an American Kennel Club (AKC) registration, will have had their 1st shots and worming and been temperament tested.
We are a small breeder of the European German Shepherd. Our dogs are descended from, titled European German Shepherds. These titles include Schutzhund 3, Kkl, Sieger and World Sieger. It is our belief, that through careful selection and breeding, these championship traits are inherited by their descendants. All of our dogs have excellent proportions, very good dispositions and drive. Their larger size and dense bones reflect the breeding standards of the old European German Shepherd Dog.
Shepherds of the Mount puppies are born in our home, not in a kennel, and are raised around children and cats. They’re raised in a mountainous environment and are fed a highly nutritious and natural diet which helps to ensure a superior Shepherd in body, mind and temperament.
Our goal is to consistently produce pups that have a large frame with a medium to high-drive, intelligent, courageous with a stable temperament and physically sound with great endurance. We also strive to ensure that they have good hips and excellent pigmentation. As a further precaution against genetic defects we do not line-breed (in breed) our dogs. Our pups come with a genetic and health guarantee, an American Kennel Club (AKC) registration, will have had their 1st shots and worming and been temperament tested.
We strive to keeps our puppies affordable so they can be enjoyed by the largest clientele possible. Our puppies have gone to fire departments, cadaver search and rescue teams, artists, monasteries, cross-country truck drivers, musicians, state senators, policeman, cleaning maids, FBI agents, attorneys, and families who want companionship and protection.
We will, but prefer not to, ship our puppies. We much rather prefer that prospective owners come here to choose their pup. The best way to ensure a successful relationship between a prospective owner and a puppy is for them to interact with each other for an hour or two and then make a decision. We do this because we believe that if you put a great pup with the wrong owner then it’s no longer a great pup. We will also work with new puppy owners, if needed, to help them during the adjustment period. This could be especially important for first-time Shepherd owners.
TO CONTACT BREEDER: PLEASE CALL, NO EMAILS.
- Price: Call for prices.
- Website: www.pets4you.com/pages/shepherdsofthemount
- Location: Windber, PA 15963 (United States)
- Contact Number: 814-467-1526
- Dog Breed: Alaskan Malamutes
- Description: Welcome to the Home of the Alaskan Malamutes!
We raise and breed giant and standard pure bred Alaskan Malamutes in Brashear, Texas. Specializing in temperament, size and quality of the Alaskan Malamute. We strive to raise and breed very well socialized pets , and working dogs.
WE WELCOME YOU TO COME VISIT OUR KENNEL AND MEET OUR MALAMUTES.
WE ALSO MICROCHIP EVERY PUP FREE OF CHARGE. THIS ENSURES THAT PUPS ARE LOCATED AND DO NOT END UP IN RESCUE/SHELTER.
WE HAVE PUPPIES AVAILABLE NOW!!!
We welcome you to come visit our kennel and meet our malamutes!
With each puppy, you will receive
1) an AKC application for registration;
2) a worming/shot record reflecting dates the puppy received its worming and shots the first 8 weeks;
3) an AVID application for registration in its pet recovery system – our puppies are microchipped at 2 weeks of age (microchips may now be registered with AVID or with AKC’s pet recovery system).
4) our health guarantee
5) two vaccinations (one at 6 weeks and one at 8 weeks of age)
6) wormed by us at (2,4,6,8 weeks of age)
7) a copy of the dam’s and sire’s 3-generation pedigree.
8) a "Puppy Pak" containing a 1 lb. sample of Iams puppy original puppy food and coupons for future purchases of food and products for your puppy, compliments of Iams.
9) a collar and leash for your puppy.
10) all our puppies are vet checked
Please visit us at http://lonestaralaskanmalamutes.com/ or call 903-485-2960 for more info and pictures
- Price: 950.00-1550.00
- Website: www.lonestaralaskanmalamutes.com
- Location: Brashear, TX 75420 (United States)
- Contact Number: 903-485-2960
- Dog Breed: Weimaraner
- Description: We have bred our blue German field bred Female Ava to an AKC/CKC Champion Dreamer. 1 Blue male available. We also have a litter due May 25th. Blues and Silver Grays expected. Our puppies sell very quickly so please call early.
All dogs are wonderful with our family and live in our homes. Puppies are born in our home and handled daily using the Bio sensor method. Please inquire early as the puppies will go very quickly. These pups will excel in the field/home or show ring. Parents are very loving and CALM. Please view our website to see our other dogs with their exceptional pedigrees and pictures of them water retrieving and hunting as well as loving our family.
All of these dogs are being hunted extensively in Montana, Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming this hunting season but loved in our home daily! All parents have extensive health testing. PennHip, OFA (hips and elbows) CERF and total Wellness Exams on ALL parents.
We have owned/trained and raised Weimaraners for approx. 17 years. We only raise one breed; the wonderful Weimaraner. Our family is very involved in hunting and competing our fur kids. This is a family affair for us and our dogs are involved with everything we do. Our puppies are socialized from the moment of conception. The mothers are in the house and around the family at all times. We believe socialization starts before birth and one of the main points of raising a well rounded hunting partner/family member. Health is also very important to us and our puppies come with a full health guarantee against genetic disorders. All parents are screened before breeding. Certifications are displayed on our website for each of them. All puppies are started on the hunting process by 5-6 weeks of age. We are members and participants of the WCA (Weim Club of America), NAVHDA (North American Hunting Dog Association), and The IABCA(International All Breed Canine Association) & VHDF (Versatile Hunting Dog Federation). We are also involved in the local rescue and placing needed homes for rescue Weimaraners. We have some of the top hunting bloodlines from around the world, including Germany, Australia, Sweden and the USA. Our puppies are raised for family companions, hunting partners, agility, show, tracking, therapy…they truly are the versatile dog. Please contact us with any questions or information. We also have NAVHDA puppy packets for anyone seriously interested in becoming a member. We look forward to visiting with you about our dogs and family. Please view our website for health certifications such as OFA, PennHip, CERF, General Wellness and pictures galore!
- Age: 4/15/2010
- Price: $800-950
- Website: www.pmweimaraners.homestead.com
- Location: Carter, Montana 59420 (United States)
- Contact Number: 406-734-5366
The Old English Mastiff is a massive dog. The Mastiff has a large, heavy square head with a well marked stop between the eyes. The muzzle should be half the length of the skull. The medium-sized brown to dark hazel eyes are set wide apart with a black mask around them. The nose is dark in color. The small ears are V-shaped and in proportion with the skull and are dark in color. The teeth should meet in a scissors bite but a slightly undershot bite is also acceptable in the show ring providing the teeth do not show when the mouth is closed. The tail is high-set with a wide base, tapering to a point reaching the hocks. Coat colors include golden fawn, light fawn, apricot, silver, tiger or brindle.
The Doberman Pinscher is a medium sized, squarely built dog with a compact muscular body. The head is long and when viewed from the side looks like a blunt wedge. The top of the skull is flat, and turns into the muzzle with a slight stop. The color of the nose depends on the color of the dog’s coat, black on black dogs, dark brown on red dogs, dark gray on blue dogs, dark tan on fawn dogs and pink on white dogs. The teeth meet in a scissors bite. The color of the almond shaped eyes is various shades of brown, depending on the coat color of the dog. The ears are usually cropped to stand erect (cut at the age of about 12 weeks). The pup’s ears have to be taped for a couple of months to make them stand up. A lot of breeders are starting to leave the pup’s ears natural. If left natural they develop ears somewhat like a hound. The tail is usually docked at the age of 3 days. If the tail is not docked it grows a tail somewhat like a hound. Note: cropping ears and docking tails is illegal in Europe. The chest is broad and the legs are perfectly straight. Dewclaws are sometimes removed. The short, hard, thick coat lies flat. Sometimes there is an invisible gray undercoat on the neck. The coat comes in black, black with tan markings, blue-gray, red, fawn and white. When markings appear they are above each eye, on the muzzle, throat, forechest, legs, feet and on the tail. There is also a solid white color. While white markings are considered a fault in some clubs, in others it is accepted.
The Weimaraner is a moderately large, athletic, working dog. The medium sized head has a moderate stop with a medial line going down the forehead. The nose is gray and the teeth meet in a scissors bite. The somewhat wide-set eyes come in shades of light amber, gray or blue-gray. The high-set ears are long and pendant, folded forward hanging down along the sides of the head. The front legs are straight with webbed, compact feet. The toenails are gray or amber in color. The tail is customarily docked to 1 ½ inches (4cm) when the dog is two days old. Note: docking tails is illegal in most parts of Europe. Dewclaws are usually removed. The topline slopes gently downward from the shoulders to the rump. The short, smooth coat is tight to the whole body and comes in shades of mouse-gray to silver-gray, blending with darker shades on the body and lighter shades on the head and ears. It also comes in a rarer longhaired variety (FCI Group 7). All shades of gray are accepted. There is sometimes a small white marking on the chest.\
The German Shepherd Dog is well proportioned and very strong. The GSD has a sturdy, muscular, slightly elongated body with a light, solid bone structure. The head should be in proportion to its body, and the forehead a little rounded. The nose is most often black however, blue or liver still do sometimes occur, but is considered a fault and can not be shown. The teeth meet in a strong scissors bite. The dark eyes are almond-shaped, and never protruding. The ears are wide at the base, pointed, upright, and turned forward. The ears of puppies under six months may droop slightly. The bushy tail reaches almost to its hocks and hangs down when the dog is at rest. The front legs and shoulders are muscular and the thighs are thick and sturdy. The round feet have very hard soles. There are three varieties of the German Shepherd: rough-coated, long rough-coated, and the long-haired. The coat most often comes in black with tan, sable or all black, but also can come in blue, liver and white, but those colors are considered a fault according to most standards. White is not an acceptable color for the German Shepherd, however they are now being recognized as a separate breed, called the American White Shepherd. A piebald color has also occured in a single GSD bloodline which are now being called Panda Shepherds. A Panda is 35% white, the remainder of color is black and tan, and has no white German Shepherds in its ancestry.