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My name is Carol Presley. I have owned and loved German Shepherds all of my adult life. I could not imagine a better breed of dog for myself. I wanted to help others be able to find the type of German Shepherds that made me fall in love with the breed. So over 20 years ago, I raised my first litter of AKC registered puppies out of a female named Rexanna Rio aka Gypsy. We bred Gypsy and some of her daughters to several of the Memphis Police Department K-9s over the years. The results were puppies that were not only great family pets, but also very loyal family protectors and dogs that excelled in trainability. Many years ago we purchased a puppy we named Rommel Vom Kurz and bred him and his descendants to those from Gypsy. We are still using the results of this cross along with other well known German bloodlines to raise what we feel is the best family dog one could have. We have placed many german shepherd puppies throughout the Mid-South over the years and have had many repeat buyers, which hopefully means we are doing something right..We have many satisfied puppy owners in Tennessee, Mississippi, Arkansas, Missouri, and Kentucky as states as far North East as Wyoming and Washington and several in the northeastern New England states and many in between. We have sold pups that are trained and/or in training for Police, S&R(Search and Rescue), Herding, Service and Therapy dogs. People really seem to love our pups. We will continue to stand behind every pup we raise. We hope that we will be able to continue raising dogs with these proven bloodlines for years to come.
Raising a puppy is a very rewarding and fun task. Just like a child, you will always remember and cherish the crazy little things they did when they were babies. For this reason, we enjoy raising several litters of puppies each year, with some of them still going back to the Rommel/Gypsy cross. We do occasionally breed out to other males, usually working police dogs, in order to keep our bloodlines from becoming inbred. When you take your new puppy home, it will have been wormed on a regular basis, given at least his first set of immunizations, and will be eating well. We usually let our puppies leave at 8 weeks as long as they are eating and thriving like they should. When you receive one of our puppies, your only worry should be loving and bonding with your new pup. Regular vet care, including follow up vaccinations and wormings, should be given. After you take your puppy home, we will be available at any time to answer any questions you may have. If we don't know the answer we will help you find it.
Taking a puppy home is a big job and should only be considered if you have the time and willingness to accept the responsibility. If a time comes when you are no longer able to care for a puppy you purchased from us, we are always willing to take them back in order to keep them out of a shelter. We do prefer that they come back with their papers because it makes it so much easier to place them in another home. If you chose to take home one of our pups, you can be assured that you will not regret the decision or wish that you had bought a pup from somewhere else.
Don’t be misled by the price tag. Though we feel our dogs are of exceptional breeding and temperament, we want our puppies to be affordable to everyone. You will find our bloodlines in puppies from many of the local German Shepherd kennels sold for much higher prices. We are not out to make a living at raising dogs. We simply love the breed and helping to make families complete. We love hearing the stories that our customers tell us about their puppies even years after they leave our kennel. It really makes us feel good when someone tells us that the best dog they ever owned came from the best dogs we ever owned.
Visit our New and Upcoming Litters page for available puppies.We have several new litters to choose from.