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German Shepherd Breeders in NC

 

German Shepherd Breeders NC

German Shepherd Breeders in North Carolina

German Shepherd Breeders North Carolina

 

These breeders all advertise as dog breeders, however we have also included kennels in general as they may know of an additional local breeder. Please check if your chosen breeder indeed is one of the German Shepherd Breeders in NC. Please do let us know here if this is not the case to help build the most accurate and complete Dog Breeder Directory of German Shepherd Breeders in NC for the benefit of everyone. Thanks!

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Reidsville

Alert K9
7911 Us 158, Reidsville, NC 27320
Tel: (336) 349-9954

Snow Camp

Serendipity DRY Pond Kennels
3932 Swannie Coble Rd, Snow Camp, NC 27349
Tel: (336) 222-0537

Greensboro

Dr K’S Cattle Dogs
6140 Jonquil Dr, Greensboro, NC 27407
Tel: (336) 299-8621

Raleigh

Hemlock Bluffs Animal Hospital
2968 Kildaire Farm Road, Raleigh, NC 27603
Tel: (919) 249-7865

Lucama

Best Care Kennel
5559 Lloyd Rd, Lucama, NC 27851
Tel: (252) 239-0527

Hickory

E & K Kennel
5550 B And J Hosiery Mill St, Hickory, NC 28602
Tel: (828) 397-4881

Sylva

Toosweet Kennel
Sylva, NC 28779
Tel: (828) 586-1842

  2 Responses to “German Shepherd Breeders in NC”

  1.  

    We lost our beloved male German Shepherd after 11yrs. We are looking for a family dog, not a show dog or police dog. We would like a male puppy as soon as possible, preferably a black and beige or red. We are heart broken, we had our dog since he was a puppy.

    •  

      Very sorry to hear of your loss, that’s always a terrible period for all loving dog owners!
      Assuming you posted here to get some advice (?), I must suggest this:

      Better wait a few weeks before you get a new puppy! For yourself, AND in honour of your deceased dog, AND for your new pup it is much better to deal with the loss for a while.

      Also, those who immediately got a new dog often report that they better had not done that, because they realized (later) that they could neither properly let go of their prior dog, nor accept their new dog without constant judgement as per their prior dog.

      Giving it a few weeks now is the best for everyone. Then, when you want a new GSD like you are saying, I recommend to get one only from a reputable breeder or a rescue center – NOT pet shop or byb. (see one of our breeder directories, depending on where you live)

      In addition, I would advise against getting a new GSD that has a sacked back. The downfall of the GSD breed is a terrible mistake.

      Wishing you strength now and impartiality later… :-)

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