German Shepherd Dog Puppy for Sale - Adoption, Rescue for sale in Deer Park, Washington


Paisley/Ace 8 puppies born: March 22, 2018 (2 females and 6 males). Puppies should be ready to depart around May 10, 2018. Price: 2100, plus tax. This will be my "T" litter. Could have some long hair puppies in this litter, as Paisley and Ace carrier the long hair gene. Only taking two more deposits for male puppies. Paisley and Ace carry the long hair gene, so that means they have about a 25% change of having some long hair puppies. I have never had long hair puppies before, but I have talked to several other German Shepherd breeders and they have told me in most cases you can not tell if the puppy is long hair or stock hair until they are 3 to 5 weeks old. So these is what the other breeders do. They make four list and have the potential puppy buyers pick which list they want to be on, either, Female Stock Coat, Female Long Coat, Male Stock Coat or Male Long Coat. The only thing I don't like about doing it this way is people would not know if they get a puppy from the litter until the puppies are around 5 weeks old, unless you do not care if it was a long coat or stock coat in that case you would know if you got a puppy as soon as they were born. You would just need to let me know if your first choice was long hair or stock hair. I will tell you a little bit about Paisley/Ace personalities and you can also read more about them on my website: Our female Paisley loves all people and her BALL. She follows us all around the house, just wanting to hang out with us and be apart of whatever we are doing. She has an incredible pedigree, lots of titled dogs in the show and working ring. You can see pictures of Paisley and read about her accomplishments on my website under Our females. She has her AD, CGC, NN (NI, NE, NC, NV) titles and a show rating of VP2 and SG2. She is a West German Showline German Shepherd. Ace is a VERY friendly, smaller, German Shepherd. His favorite past time is anything that earns him time to play ball or tug with his owner. He is a West German Showline from Germany with a VP1 show rating and he has earned his CGC, SPOT, CGCA, CGCU, NN (NI, NE, NC, NV titles. You can see these dogs pedigrees on my website: , lots of titled dogs in their pedigrees. More information: All my shepherd's hips and elbows are certified and DNA tested for genetic diseases before I breed them (you can see the test results on my website: ). My past puppy buyers love their dogs and say they have great temperaments. Although, I have had a few people have trouble with their puppies mouthing when they were younger, Most all German Shepherd puppies are mouthy. After all they are ShepHERDs Herding dogs. Their brain is hard wired to herd so anything that moves; hands, pant legs, etc, genetically their brain tells them to grab it. But they usually out grow it as they get older if we don't let them get by with it. Just wanted to let you know in case you are around little ones. How picking out a puppy works: You would pick out your puppy after the people ahead of you on my list pick out theirs. That might not take place until the puppy is 7 weeks of age. If I believe the puppy you pick would not do well in your home I do have the right to ask you to pick a different puppy, but it is not likely that would happen. It's just that I become very attached to these puppies and want them to get the best home for their personality. The Tiltonhaus name will be included in the registration as our "signature". Puppys first name may be chosen by buyer according to the German tradition in which litter mates names start with the same letter, as provided by seller. Puppies from these litter will be from 2100. plus tax. If you live in the state of Washington or pick up the puppy here you must pay tax (it is the law here). Tax rate in my area is 8.1 as of this moment, but that could change. I ask for a non-refundable deposit of $500.00 to hold a puppy for you. If there is not enough puppies in the litter for you to have one, you would get your deposit back. I want to make sure my Shepherds go to people that will make them a part of their family. If you are interested in buying one of my shepherds can you tell me what are your plans for the puppy? Are you wanting to breed this puppy? Will it be an outside dog or inside/outside dog? Do you plan on obedience training this puppy? If so, will you be doing training at home or taking your puppy to training classes? Will you be able to socialize this puppy? If so how do you plan on doing that? If you would like to put a deposit down on these litter let me know and I will send you information on how to go about doing that. Also, if you have any questions let me know. Website: Also, come visit my Shepherds on facebook sometime and please like my page while you are there.: /tiltonhaus Email:

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