Friday, October 12, 2012

Anatolian Shepherd Pups (LGD) For Sale

We have 4 Anatolian Shepherd pups for sale. They have been raised with cattle, horses, and goats.  I managed to get out and get individual photos of them this morning.  That was a job!  Moving creatures are hard to photograph for me.  I really need to get some photography lessons under my belt.  Oh, and despite what Mr. Nic says, I need to get Photoshop too ;) 

male - SOLD

male - SOLD
female - SOLD

female - SOLD
They are $400 each without registration. There is an extra fee of $20 due if the pup is to be registered.  If you are interested, let us know.

7 comments:

  1. Very cute, and you did a great job capturing their cute faces.

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  2. I am looking for an adult LGD. I am in central IN. I am most interested in 1-2 that need to be rehomed due to a retirement or getting out of the goat business. I have good fences and easy access to veterinary care, the money to pay for that care, but not a lot of money to spend to spend to get the dog to my place. Do you have any suggestions for me?

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    1. I don't know of anyone that would have what your looking for, it is hard to find a good LGD that would fit your needs.

      The only suggestions I would have is to search your local Market Bulletins, goat magazines, and craiglist listings. Also be careful buying an LGD that is old or a freebie, you really need to get a good dependable guardian. The guardian is one of your most valuable employees you could ever have, with out it you could lose your entire herd over night.

      Hope this helps, and thanks for asking.
      Shane

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    2. Thank you. I am being very careful. I would love to get a puppy from you once I have an experienced dog on the farm to help with the training.

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    3. Your very welcome.

      You don't need an experienced dog for one of our pups, we carefully select for working dogs. The only caution you might have is during the kidding season, sometimes the pups try to play a little with the kids while they play. I don't recommend putting the pups in a situation like that unless you have the time to watch them to see how they act.

      We stand behind our pups so you don't have to worry about getting a pup that does not work. If your not satisfied then you may bring the pup back.

      Thanks,
      Shane

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