Lindsey and Viper's #1 Male (Unregistered Dutch Shepherd Litter)
I'm excited to announce that the much anticipated arrival of Lindsey and Viper's puppies are here, they were born July 1, 2020. Lindsey and Viper have 11 beautiful, healthy puppies, they're all black brindle in color.
I'm accepting deposits on this litter in order to reserve your picks when their ready on Wednesday August 26, 2020 at 8 weeks old. The deposit to reserve a puppy is $200 which goes towards the purchase price of $850. These puppies will not have any registration papers because Mom and Dad aren't registered. That's the reason these puppies are much cheaper than puppies that are registered.
This is Lindsey's first litter and she's doing an awesome job raising her babies.
Lindsey is a pure bred Dutch Shepherd that stands 25" at the shoulders and weighs 65 pounds.
She's got an extreme prey and ball/toy drive! Lindsey's also a very affectionate and outgoing.
The Sire, Viper has an over the top prey drive and a strong toy/ ball drive. He stands at 25" at the shoulders and weighs 70 pounds. Viper is very affectionate and out going, but VERY protective!!
His Sire Kansas weighs approx. 90 pounds and stands at 26 " at the shoulders. Tasha weighs 50 pounds and stands 22" at the shoulders, both Kansas and Tasha are out of Russian pedigrees.
I expect these puppies to have the same temperament as both parents and suitable to be used for any job they're given! Things that potential owners need to know about this breed are that Dutch Shepherds are loyal, reliable, alert, watchful, active, independent, intelligent, and intuitive. Obedience through modest specialized training and discipline can achieve remarkable results. Gifted with a true shepherding temperament, they work willingly together with their owners and can deal independently with any task they are assigned. They are neither aggressive nor shy.
Dutch Shepherds have a strong character and independence passed down from their herding ancestry. Their owners need to be strong yet fair leaders. Although their character and traits suggests a strong potential for doing police or military work, care should be taken that this breed's seemingly sole purpose is not overlooked for its otherwise well-rounded character.
While there is no perfect dog for everybody, the Dutch Shepherd needs an active working lifestyle and an owner willing to make a commitment of proper socialization and training. Once the bond of trust is developed between the Dutch Shepherd and owner/trainer, their enthusiastic and intuitive nature needs little incentive or command to get them to follow through.
The Dutch Shepherd is an active and versatile breed. They compete in dog agility, obedience, Rally obedience, fly ball, dock jumping, disc dog, tracking, search and rescue, protection sports such as Schutzhund, French Ring Sport, Mondio Ring and Service Dogs of America. In The Netherlands it is still employed as a herder and the instinct is still strong in the breed. Internationally, the Dutch Shepherd is best known for use in law enforcement under the KNPV program. The Koninklijke Nederlandse Politiehond Vereniging (KNPV), or Royal Dutch Police Dog Association, was founded 27 October 1907, as an organization to oversee and test dogs for their suitability for police work. Dutch Shepherds with KNPV titles are sought after candidates throughout the world for police and military use, as well as sport competitors and personal protection dogs.
I do screen prospective buyers before we send a puppy out. Dutch Shepherds are high energy dogs and need to have some type of formal training, at minimum basic obedience. They need to be socialized with everyone and exposed to everything possible in order to become a well-rounded dog. This is not a breed that you just buy and put in the back yard and forget about them. They are very out-going in nature and very easily trained. They'll do anything you want them to do for a word of praise and a good brisk rub and a pat on the head.
All of my puppies come with a 1 year Health Guarantee, Health Records stating all dewormings and vaccinations, micro chip, vaccinations at 6 and 8 weeks old and current de-wormings starting at 2 weeks old. They also come with a Puppy Starter Kit and a Life-Time of Breeder Support. These puppies will have their dew claws removed. Contact me if you need to arrange transportation for your puppy.
We are required by the state of Oklahoma to have your puppy micro-chipped. The cost of the microchip and registration of the microchip is included in the sale price.
Check out my web site at www.4bardworkingdogs.com to learn more about us and see what our previous customers have had to say about my puppies. Call or text Scott for more information 580-665-1434 any time. I can also be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. I welcome folks to come out and visit with my dogs and puppies. I'm located in beautiful South Central Oklahoma, please call for an appointment.
Please call me before you place a deposit on these Dutch Shepherd puppies since I know the personalities of the parents and each puppy. I'm happy to assist you in trying to find a puppy for you that will work for your needs.