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 German Shepherd (Alsation) Breeders/Kennels

Locate top quality German Shepherd (Alsation) Breeders at GSDsite.com

How to find a responsible German Shepherd Breeder:

Responsible German Shepherd Breeders don't sell their puppies to the first person who shows up with cash in hand. Too often, unsuspecting people buy puppies from puppy mills, or sometimes neighbors who breed their dog to make a little money or simply because they have a dog "with papers." Too often, the result is puppies in poor health or with temperament problems that may not be discovered right away.

A German Shepherd Dog who has genetic health problems due to poor breeding practices or who develops significant behavior problems due to a lack of early socialization can cost thousands of dollars to treat—and result in grief and heartache as well.

The last place on earth that I would look for a German Shepherd Puppy is in a pet store. Any breeder that is forced to sell his puppies to a pet store has no credibility. This only indicates he has no reputation as a breeder and nowhere else to sell his dogs. The majority of the dogs that end up in pet stores come from puppy mills. Puppy mills are a legitimate (despicable) business in many states and countries.

You are definitely at the right site to begin with. Don’t feel that you have to buy a German Shepherd within a couple of miles from your home when you are able to get all the information that you need from GSDsite.com

All we are is German Shepherds!

Always do your Homework!

Use the contact form below the Breeders Ad that interests you and ask questions.

You should do a lot of homework before choosing a German Shepherd Puppy Breeder.

Make sure that they offer a dog health guarantee.

 German Shepherd High Calorie Supplements

Dog weight gain is a common concern for pet owners challenged with emaciated dogs or pets that are underweight. Often, dogs don't gain weight even though the diet suits the pet's age and level of activity. Weight gain should be monitored in order to prevent obesity and heart disease. As a general rule if the dog's ribs can be counted by feeling the pet's torso area, the dog is considered healthy. However, it's best to seek veterinary advice about the pet's ideal weight according to its breed and age. Dogs whose ribs are easily noticed by the eye are considered underweight.


Treatment for Weight Gain

The most common cause for lack of weight gain in dogs is parasite infection or disease. The pet will regain normal or healthy weight once the primary cause is treated. Pets that aren't suffering from disease should be treated with dietary modification. The dog's diet should be altered to suit the pet's level of activity. It's best to weigh the dog at intervals to determine change in weight. Although underweight pets require high quality protein sources, it's advisable to refrain from including high fat foods to the diet in order to promote weight gain. The amount of food, fed to the dog may be increased if the pet roams outdoors and indulges in exercise or play. Along with dietary modification, there are several commercially available supplements that promote weight gain.

Weight Gain Supplements

The active ingredients present in each supplement vary. Several supplements are enriched with other vitamins and minerals essential to the dog's body. Most products work effectively to stimulate appetite and encourage the pet to consume food especially after illness or disease. Pet owners should read and follow package instructions before administering any supplements to the dog. In addition, it's best to discuss with the vet, nutritional supplements that suit the pet. Along with weight gain supplements, it's necessary to exercise pet's to keep their joints supple. Since diet and exercise are the fundamentals of good health, pet owners should ensure a healthy diet and choose only high quality food products.

Pet owners should read food labels and avoid dog food that contains by products or additives. Food that's flavored with chicken or beef may not necessarily contain chicken or beef. If the pet doesn't gain weight despite dietary modification and weight gain supplementation, other diagnostic testing will be necessary.
 

 German Shepherd Medications and Supplements

Prescription Medications and Supplies: Pet pharmacies dispense prescription medications for conditions ranging from heart disease to immune disorders. While veterinarians usually sell the most commonly prescribed medications, pet pharmacies often offer a greater selection, including new products and those not widely available. They may also sell supplies like syringes, oxygen tanks, bandages and bags of IV fluid. They also sell supplements, such as vitamins, topical medications to eliminate fleas and ticks, and medicated shampoos or other treatments for skin conditions.

GSDsite has a great selection of dog medications and dog supplies at discounted prices. GSDsite is constantly updating and adding additional dog medical supplies and dog supplements.

 Medical Alert Bracelets, Charms, Keychains and more.

Who Should Wear a Medical ID?

That's a question we are asked each day at GSDsite.com and a question that you, at some point, may have asked yourself.  There are common misconceptions that by wearing a medical ID you are labeling yourself or bringing unwanted attention to your condition or diagnosis.  The truth is that medical Identification can be, and often times is, life saving. 

If you have been recently diagnosed with a medical condition, a quick diagnosis of your condition will lead to faster and more effective treatment.  Your medical ID bracelet or necklace will alert doctors, paramedics and school nurses of your medical history so that time is not wasted.

Who should wear a medical ID?  

If you’ve been diagnosed with a chronic condition, have food or drug allergies or take medications, then you should wear a medical ID.  Any of the following conditions may alter the treatment you might normally receive. If you are a caregiver you should also wear a medical ID to alert emergency personnel of your loved one who needs attention. Let your medical identification jewelry speak for you when you can’t.

Here is a short list of conditions and people who should wear a medical ID bracelet or medical ID necklace.  If we left anything out of this list, please bring that to our attention by commenting on this post.

  • Diabetes
  • PTSD
  • Heart Patients with Pacemakers, Heart Stents, Atrial Fibrillation, Mitral Valve Prolapse, Arrhythmia
  • Hypertension
  • Lympedema Alert
  • Food Allergies including Peanut Allergy, Tree Nut Allergy, Gluton Intolerace including Celiacs Disease
  • Allergy to Medications such as Penicillin Allergy, Sulfa Allergy, Morphine Allergy, Allergy to Contrast Dye, Bee Sting Allergy, Allergic to Cephalosporins
  • Asthma
  • On Blood Thinners, Von Willebrand's, Hemophilia
  • Gastric Bypass Patient, Lap Band Patient
  • Alzheimers, Memory Impaired
  • Manic Depressive, Schizophrenia
  • Hearing Impaired, Cochlear Implant, Sight Impaired
  • Organ Transplant Patient, Organ Donor
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Adrenal Insufficiency
  • Autism
  • COPD, Seizure Disorder
  • Epilepsy
  • On Multiple Medications
  • No MRI
  • Any other Chronic Condition 
 German Shepherd Dog Flea, Worm, Parasite and Tick Medicine

Dog Fleas

Fleas are wingless insects, 1/16 to 1/8-inch (1.5 to 3.3 mm) long, that are agile, usually dark colored (for example, the reddish-brown of the cat flea), with tube-like mouth parts adapted to feeding on the blood of their hosts. Their legs are long, the hind pair well adapted for jumping; a flea can jump vertically up to 7 in (18 cm) and horizontally up to 13 in (33 cm), making the flea one of the best jumpers of all known animals (relative to body size).

Once the flea reaches adulthood, its primary goal is to find blood and then to reproduce Its total life span can be as long as one and one-half years in ideal conditions. Female fleas can lay 5000 or more eggs over their life, allowing for phenomenal growth rates. Average 30–90 days.

The bites often appear in clusters or lines of two bites, and can remain itchy and inflamed for up to several weeks afterwards. Fleas can also lead to hair loss as a result of frequent scratching and biting by the animal, and can cause anemia in extreme cases.

Dog Ticks

Ticks are invertebrate animals in the phylum Arthropoda, and are related to spiders. Ticks are in the subclass Acari which consists of many orders of mites and one tick order, the Ixodida. Some mites are parasitic, but all ticks are parasitic feeders on blood.

Ehrlichiosis also known as canine rickettsiosis, canine hemorrhagic fever, canine typhus, tracker dog disease, and tropical canine pancytopenia is a tick-borne disease of dogs usually caused by the organism Ehrlichia canis. Ehrlichia canis is the pathogen of animals. Humans can become infected by E. canis and other species after tick exposure. German Shepherd Dogs are thought to be susceptible to a particularly severe form of the disease, other breeds generally have milder clinical signs.

Dog Worms

Be aware of risk factors for specific types of worms. Because worms can look very similar, one of the best ways to identify the type of parasite that is plaguing your dog is to understand the environmental or situational factors that most lead to each type of worms.

    Roundworms are often passed to puppies from a roundworm-infested mother because the eggs and larvae cross the placenta to infect the puppy in the womb, and eggs are also excreted in the mother's milk. Puppies should be wormed as a matter of routine.

    Tapeworms are caused by a dog’s eating vermin already infected with tapeworm, or from fleas that contain tapeworm eggs. Thus, hunting dogs or dogs with a flea infestation are likely to pick up tapeworms.

    Hookworms and Whipworms thrive in damp soil and the dogs most at risk are those kept on grass runs, especially in warm, humid conditions. These infections are more common in kenneled dogs that have access to communal grassy runs.

    Heartworm is spread by insects such as mosquitoes and is therefore endemic in certain areas where insects are more common. High risk areas include the Southeastern and Midwestern United States and along the Atlantic coast.

    Lungworm is becoming more prevalent and is spread via fox feces, slugs, and snails. Contact with any of these is considered a risk factor.

Intestinal parasites

        Hookworms* Signs include diarrhea, vomiting, and weight loss.

        Tapeworms* are also common and in the dog, which is spread by ingesting fleas and lice. There are usually no symptoms.

        Roundworms*. Signs are usually mild, but may include diarrhea, pot-bellied appearance, poor growth, and vomiting.

    Fleas* in dogs cause itching and hair loss. The most common flea in dogs is the cat flea, followed by the dog flea.

    Ticks* are an external parasite of the dog and can spread diseases such as Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain spotted fever. They can also cause a neurological disorder known as tick paralysis.

    Heartworm disease in dogs is spread by mosquitoes and is spread by the parasite Dirofilaria immitis. Signs include cough, difficulty breathing, and death.

    Mites* Ear mites in dogs are microscopic. Symptoms include itching, inflammation, and black debris in the ear.

        Cheyletiellosis is a mild pruritic skin disease in dogs. Humans can be transiently infected.

        Chiggers*, also known as harvest mites, can cause itching, redness and crusting in dogs.

        Mange in dogs include demodectic mange and sarcoptic mange. Signs include hair loss, redness, and scaling, and is not contagious to humans! Sarcoptic mange. Signs include intense itching and scaling, and is contagious to humans.

    Demodex These mites can cause inflammation and hair loss, they can also lead to secondary bacterial infections such as fever, lethargy, and enlarged lymph nodes.

    Sarcoptes scabiei is a mite that burrows into humans and dogs alike and causes scabies. There is only one symptom, itchy and red skin.

    Echinococcus granulosus is an infectious disease infecting dogs and sheep.

    Gnathostoma is a disease from mammal feces and undercooked seafood.

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Triple S Shepherds

Our goal is to raise superior puppies for you. We choose our breeding stock by the individual dog's health, temperament, and also characteristics proven in work and play.
Alabama
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02/28/2017
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Arizona Black Shepherds

All puppies go through Early Neurological Stimulation from birth and are tested with the volhard puppy aptitude at 7 weeks Puppies come with AKC registration and a 2 year guarantee
Arizona
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02/19/2013
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Haus Shekinah

We are located in Little Rock, the heart and capital city of the state of Arkansas. Our purpose is to breed the absolute best all around German shepherd possible.
Arkansas
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05/15/2017
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Zen Dog Canine Training - Van Couver, British Columbia Canada

At Zen Dog Canine Training Ltd., we specialize in starting puppies off right, bringing relationships back into balance, and helping people bring out the very best in their dogs.
British Columbia
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02/21/2014
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Hinterland German Shepherds

California German Shepherd Dog Breeders Since 1985
California
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03/27/2013
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Sierra Shiloh Shepherds

Sierra Shiloh Shepherds is breeding outstanding temperaments for the dog of your dreams.
California
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10/17/2015
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Healthy Breeds 60 Count German Shepherd Dog Multi-Vitamin Soft Chews

Helps to maintain optimum health in dogs and puppies
Canada
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04/07/2015
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German Shepherd Small Heart Pet Tag

Every German Shepherd needs to feel human and what better way than with this chic and smart-looking pet tag?
Canada
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03/12/2017

Awesome German Shepherd Earring Heart Charm

Hook made of surgical steel
Canada
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11/24/2017

Sweetheart German Shepherds

Our German Shepherds have been, and are in the process of being trained to be in the line of service and therapy work.
Colorado
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03/12/2017
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Kennels Z GARGAMELLU - Česká republika

Německý ovčák je u mě psem číslo jedna již od malička. Nejen pro svou krásu a ušlechtilost ale hlavně pro povahové vlastnosti.
Czech Republic
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09/26/2013
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BAUGHMAN SHEPHERDS

We started raising shepherds about 17 years ago and have loved them since.
Indiana
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04/16/2013
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Diamond Shepherd Kennels

He is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog. You are his life, his love, his leader. He will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat of his heart.
Maryland
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05/23/2013
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Vom Haus Wildfang

The kennel Wildfang has been in existence since 2004. The early years were spent in researching, learning and acquiring healthy, well-bred German Shepherds that are superior representatives of the breed and have the qualities we want to perpetuate.
Missouri
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02/02/2017
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Traumhof German Shepherds

When only the Best will Do For Your Families Protection, Safety and Working Needs
New Hampshire
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03/16/2013
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