DDR/EAST GERMAN, CZECH, WEST GERMAN
We are a small kennel dedicated to breeding European working line German Shepherds with intelligence, sound temperament, sound structure and good health. We only breed a few, select litters per year. Our kennels are located on five acres in Southern Illinois (rural Carlyle) 47 miles east of St. Louis, Missouri. All breeding stock are OFA certified and AKC registered. The litters are registered with the American Kennel Club and include an OFA and health guarantee. All registration and OFA certifications are available for review when you visit our kennel. Our dogs are given excellent vet care and fed quality dog food by Nutro Products. After viewing our web site you will find we breed for top quality, not quantity.
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**UPDATE 3/31/14 new pictures - Two female puppies for sale/obedience trained - Click on PUPPIES link**
UPDATE 3/21/14 - CURRENT BREEDING LIST FOR 2014
UPDATE 3/21/14 - Click on BREEDING link for planned breeding/puppies in 2014
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POLICE TRAINING PICTURES FROM 11/17/06 AT ST. LOUIS METROPOLITAN POLICE DEPARTMENT K-9 TRAINING CENTER
TRAINING PICTURES DATED 9/28/06 - FELIX CONDE & ROBIN, MASTER TRAINERS FROM THE TOM ROSE SCHOOL OF DOG TRAINING
Diesel vom Evermore works in the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department. He was recently feature on a local St. Louis, Missouri news station for his tracking skills in a "smash and grab" store robbery. Click on each date for more pictures taken on 10/2/06 and 11/17/06. Police officer is Jermaine Jackson.
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