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Old 03-23-2016, 08:41 PM
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Looking for a German Sheppard or Belgian Malinois puppy in the Carolinas. Any lead greatly appreciated
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Trooper, their are lots of GS breeders around. I just found another Doberman but was considering a GS. Google GS puppies in SC and plenty of web sites will come up. Puppyfind.com is one of them. Good luck!

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Thanks! Im hoping to spend some extra and get a reputable breader. Its either spend 3500 now or 3500 down the road with bad hips.
Ill definitely check out the website, thanks
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I got a GSD from a breeder in Virginia. She also has Mali's. www.vomdreifkeshepherds.com

Absolutely the best German Shepherd Dog I have ever gotten from a breeder. She is also doing training for service dogs for veteran's
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I would strongly recommend heading over to this forum for advice, lots of breeders here.
http://www.germanshepherds.com/forum/

Good luck, if you've ever owned a shepherd you know the aggravation and fun you're in for. Enjoy getting nipped and herded around your own house the next few months by your puppy aka land shark!
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Let me know If you don't find one, I know a K9 officer in Richland and Lexington county.
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Originally Posted by DFreedom View Post
Let me know If you don't find one, I know a K9 officer in Richland and Lexington county.
Thanks Dfreedom. I called there supplier and they have dogs available straight from europe for 5700 but there 18-36 months old already. Now that I have sheep, im hoping to get a puppy to raise it around the livestock.
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Call Weller Kennels in New Bern NC. They have a web site. They do mostly Lab. Training. But train all dogs. And they have some beautiful German Shepherds. It worth a try.
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Mal's are not great pets. I have one, great to us, but 99% of homes should NOT own a Mal. They need to be working. Do yourself a favor and get a GSD.
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Thanks for the advice nibble. I had a GS for 9 years and he was the best dog ever. I do have a farm and wanted a dog to help out in security
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Originally Posted by nibble View Post
Mal's are not great pets. I have one, great to us, but 99% of homes should NOT own a Mal. They need to be working. Do yourself a favor and get a GSD.
I think this advice applies to a working breed GSD as well. Having one working bloodline and one adopted GSD, I can tell you the adopted one is MUCH easier as a house pet, albeit harder to train and less drive.
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Tony Southard in Carteret Co. Breeds, raises and trains mals. Very good blood line

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