German Shepherd Dog and Puppy Breeder
An excellent dog breeder will have male and female dogs that represent the breed the best. Make sure to do your research as to what breed of dog will work best with you and your lifestyle. You don't want to end up with a hyper dog if you live in an apartment and work all day, for example. Visit a few dog breeders and get references so that you have as much information as you can before you make a decision. Remember, this dog will be a big part of your life and family's life for many years. A great dog breeder will be happy to allow you to visit their place, observe dogs and puppies, and answer questions you might have for them. If you can, contact and talk to other owners that have a dog from the specific dog breeder you want to use.
If you are looking for an excellent German Shepherd dog breeder, Ulvilden German Shepherds is where to go. Based in Saskatchewan, we are available to German Shepherd breeders in Quebec, British Columbia, Ontario, other parts of Canada and the world. We have been breeding Sherman Shepherds since 1981 and provide the best in the breed of puppies and dogs. All of our dogs have excellent pedigrees and will make wonderful protection dogs for you and the rest of your family. We are currently taking reservations for puppies. Please contact us if you have any questions about our dogs and breeding program. We are happy to answer questions from our contact us form. Our German Shepherd dog breeder program is the best in Saskatchewan and beyond.
Our puppy breeder program here at Ulvilden German Shepherds in MacDowall, Saskatchewan is the best around. We are here to make sure you take home a wonderful new member of your family, who can also protect you with the right training. For those concerned with getting a puppy that has genetic flaws, we have x-rays performed on all our dogs to check for hip and elbow dysplasia, which can be a common condition in German Shepherds. For the past 5 generations our dogs have always had great hips, so this is not a concern for us or you. There are four causes of hip dysplasia, which include over feeding, diet, genetics, and too much exercise when still young. Genetics only play a part in 25-30% of cases. Make sure your puppy has an excellent diet, but don't overfeed your dog or exercise it too much. You can get more information from our puppy breeder.