Two Puppies


I choose to breed adults with 100% German working bloodlines because they produce puppies with outstanding temperaments!   These bloodlines are not just for people that like to train and compete like me, but are perfect for people that want a pet for their active lifestyle.  Our puppies can go everywhere with their family. 

How We Raise Our Puppies

We raise our pups in our household and spend countless hours with them to insure they leave here with the best foundation possible. 
Neurological stimulation is started on the third day of the pup's life, and socialization and training starts when they are 3 weeks old.
We introduce the puppies to potty pans and dog beds to begin their housebreaking. Their natural desire to keep their sleeping area clean helps to housebreak them. Plus, we take them outside as much as weather permits to learn to eliminate outdoors.
We use clicker training to start the puppies' obedience. It is amazing to watch how quickly such young puppies can learn.
The puppies will also be introduced to crates to begin their crate training. 
During their second month, they will have visitors at least every other day, which exposes them to a variety of people and situations.

Our Results

Everything we do in the first 8 weeks, coupled with the pups impeccable bloodlines, helps build an exceptionally intelligent, confident, social and well-adjusted dog. These pups will make excellent family companions, as well as be suited to a variety of dog sports- including Schutzhund, competitive obedience, search and rescue, nose work, agility, and personal protection dogs.  They are highly intelligent and respond well to training, they are protective of their family yet affectionate, loving, and obedient.

Ready To Go Home

Lastly, they will be checked for health by the vet, given their first vaccinations, and microchipped. They will be ready to go to their new homes at 8 weeks of age.  And we are available for any questions or problems that arise for the rest of their lives.


Asko-Father of Puppies

Wycked-Mother of Puppies


        ASKO VON DER SIEGERMACHT                                         WYCKED VON LINDESFARNE

Born December 13th, 2023
1 Male and 5 Females

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We were so happy with Wycked's last litter, that we repeated it. And we kept pick feamle!

Puppies from Wycked's Previous Litters

are doing outstanding.  They are in working homes and pet homes.  We also kept a puppy from her T litter and he is very promising. Three puppies from the first breeding of Asko and Wycked are in sport homes and the other three could have been.  It was an outstanding litter.  The families are very happy with their German shepherd puppies.


is an amazing dog that has already competed in numerous Regional, National, and World Championships.  He is the the 2023 USCA GSD National Champion and Universal Seiger!He has won 2 Regional Championships, placed second in the 2022 USCA GSD National Championship, 4th in the 2022 World Universal Championship, and 5th in the 2023 World Universal Championship.

This Litter

I expect these puppies to have strong temperaments and a lot of drive and train-ability. Both parents have all health clearances, including free of hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, and any spine abnormalities.

PUPPIES AT 7 WEEKS                                     

Bi Color Male Black Female Gray Collar Black Female Purple Black Female Red

           Bi Color Male                        Black Female Gray Collar   Black Female Purple Collar  Black Female Red Collar

Sable Female Gray Sable Female Red

      Sable Female Gray Collar                     Sable Female Red Collar


                     TWO SABLE FEMALES AT 3 WEEKS



  •  I teach my puppies how to learn by using a clicker.  Before you leave with your puppy, I will demonstrate it.  A clicker is included in their take home bag.  You can continue teaching behaviors with the clicker, although they can learn without it.
  • I also start their lesson on not jumping on people.  But you MUST continue what I demonstrate when you take them home.  It is something you will be working on until they are a year old or so.  
  •  Another behavior I address is preventing food and/or possession aggression.  This is easily done with pups under 12 weeks, but much more caution is needed when attempting with older dogs. 
  •  I start the puppies on housebreaking at 3.5 weeks of age.  I use potty training pans in their whelping area.  Since I am around them most of the time, it is easy for me to constantly place them in the potty area, especially when they wake up from a nap.  I use the term “Go potty”.  I also use this command when I take them outside.  By the time they go to their new homes, they know what the command “Go potty” means.  It is a great start to housebreaking.
  • Socialization is very important.  I have been socializing the puppies since they were 4 weeks old.  They have been around every age of persons as well as assorted adult dogs.  It is very important to continue this.  A puppy’s personality is formed in their first 12 weeks.  Your goal is to introduce them to as many situations and people as possible before they hit 12 weeks. 
  • When introducing your puppy to new things, you should definitely include situations that you know they will encounter in their lives.  For example, a couple that is planning on having children in the future should definitely have their puppy around young children, being careful that neither child or puppy accidentally hurts the other.  Or if you think you might get a cat in the future, you should try to introduce your puppy to some amiable cats. BUT PLEASE BE CAREFUL NOT TO OVERWHELM YOUR PUPPY!  Please don’t introduce more than one situation a day and nothing so noisy or busy as to frighten them.  They are babies.

And, of course, I am always available to consult when any problem arises.  I encourage my puppy buyers to contact me whenever they have questions or think they have an issue.