The fastest way to reach me is by email. I try to answer emails a minimum of once a day. I am usually outside with the dogs, or am gone training dogs, or am busy with clients, so I am NOT often by the phone. I have found it faster and easier to reply by email rather than play phone tag for days.
If you would like to visit in person we would love to schedule and appointment for you. I suggest you schedule a visit to come and meet the dogs in person. It is best to contact me a few days before you would like to come out so I can set aside time for just you :-)
If you would like to reach me, my Email address is: 4GermanShep@gmail.com I will email you back very quickly, and will be happy to answer questions you may have. I will also include a questionnaire for you to fill out. If I feel one of my puppies would please you, I am happy to chat on the phone with you if you wish, but all initial contact is via email.
If you wish to reserve a puppy that is listed as ALREADY BORN by submitting a $500 Holding Deposit. The Holding Deposit is NON REFUNDABLE unless for un-for-seen reasons the puppy is not available as promised. The Holding Deposit is credited towards the purchase if you complete the purchase and buy the reserved puppy. Standard hair parents can produce both standard hair length, AND long hair puppies. See what a long Hair looks like below.
If you are interested in a puppy in the future, that is NOT YET BORN, then you may wish to join the Priority List. There is a $250 fee to join the Priority List. The Priority fee is credited towards the Holding Deposit when you actually choose to reserve a puppy from a particular litter. People list what sex, color, and hair length they will want when they are ready to buy a puppy. Each time a litter is born that meets your desires, you are offered a chance to reserve a puppy from that litter.
Not everyone is really ready to own a dog, much less a Protection breed. I want my puppies in happy 'forever' homes, so I will have questions to ask you before I accept money from you. Buying a puppy should be a well thought out decision, not done on the spur of the moment.
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