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ARE YOU PREPARED TO RAISE A WHITE SHEPHERD PUPPY WELL?
Is a (white) German Shepherd the right breed for you? Here is an excellent, easy to read article about who should and should not own a German Shepherd http://www.teleport.com/~beckym/GSD.html . The time, emotions, and financial investment needed to raise a puppy to be healthy and well mannered is considerable, and is not to be taken lightly. Please read these ten commandments for responsible pet owners. Puppies without adequate supervision may be very destructive. They may become territorial, protective, and aggressive. They may dig, chew, bark, jump up, and poop in the house! They may wander off (or actively seek to escape!) and become lost and/or injured. These behaviors can be prevented by careful planning, supervising, and training. Before you buy a puppy, visit my bookstore to see and buy from the list of books I recommend on raising and training puppies. The time spent learning and preparing for a new puppy is an excellent investment!
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In addition, the purchase price of a pup is a small fraction of what you can expect to pay for food, vet, and other expenses during the typical 10-14 year life span of your dog. During the first four months alone, you can expect to pay $50-100 a month for food, NuVet supplement tablets, booster shots, and flea and heartworm prevention to insure that your puppy stays healthy. Please consider carefully whether you are able to make this kind of time and financial commitment. If you are, I'm sure that you will be very happy with the results. The rewards of owning one of these intelligent, loyal, and beautiful Shepherds far exceeds the effort invested.
You do NOT always get what you pay for! A more expensive puppy from another breeder is NOT necessarily better! Unfortunately, some breeders with a great sales pitch will charge as much as they can get from unsuspecting shoppers. If you are interested in a White German Shepherd with better structure, temperament, hips, and correct size, with titles in the pedigree to prove they are good looking and easy to train, I can help you. I breed to better the breed, not to sell puppies. Consequently, I do not try to produce what puppy buyers think they want, I try to produce what's better for the breed. I do not have ANY puppies that will get over 27 inches for a male, 25 inches for a female. Females will weigh 65-80 lbs, males 80-100 lbs. With the outrageous prices that some other breeders are charging, and their "Bigger is Better" attitude, it seems as if they are selling dogs by the pound!
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