Now is the time to be thinking about whether or not your livestock is protected from predators out in the pastures. I feel so sick when I hear about someone that has lost the majority, if not all of their herd overnight due to a predator attack. We are able to sleep at night knowing that our animals are very well protected by our Anatolians from the predators lurking along the fenceline. They are the most amazing animal I've ever seen. The guarding instincts of these dogs is amazing! Don't leave your herd unprotected another day or wait until it's too late.......
We have four 5 month old Anatolian Shepherd pups out of Sinbad and Cheyenne for sale. You can click here
to go to our website
for more information and photos on our LGD's. There are 2 males and 2 females available. They have been with our main doe herd in a forty acre pasture along with both parents guarding the goats and cattle.
They have been exposed to horses too.
These pups were born and raised out in the pasture. We usually try a absolute hands-off approach, but we've noticed some the pups will grow to be a little uninterested in having any human contact....which we don't mind too much. We've had some customers that really don't like this behavior. They want a more hands-on approach. With this litter we have been having more contact with them out in the pasture due to that.
|Cheyenne and pup trying to figure out what I'm doing.|
I also wanted to share some photos that I'd found on my computer that are more recent of Sinbad and Cheyenne.
|One of my favorites of him|
|Sinbad's registration papers|
|Cheyenne's registration papers|
The pups have been vaccinated with a 5 way vaccine and also have received their follow up booster. They are dewormed on a regular schedule as well. If you are interested you can leave a comment below or email us @ email@example.com. You can also call or text the cell number that is listed on the contact page on our website found here
. We may be able to offer delivery. Just contact us for more information.
Nice post! These pups were born and raised out in the pasture. We usually try a absolute hands-off approach, but we've noticed some the pups will grow to be a little uninterested in having any human contact....which we don't mind too much.ReplyDelete
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