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JAX
Birdie

Jax / Birdie litter is currently reserved. 
We're opening a waitlist for Frankie/Vega (click on Upcoming Litters Tab).

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Born February 17th

  If you’re interested in this litter please fill out our puppy questionnaire to begin the application process. This is going to be an excellent pairing. We're expecting these puppies to excel in AKC Conformation, Obedience, Herding, and Service Dog Prospects as well as family companions.

 

Both parents have passed their temperament test and health screening for hip and elbow dysplasia by the Orthopedic Foundation of Animals (OFA). The mother "Birdie" has passed her temperament test through the American Kennel Club Temperament Test and the sire "Jax" through the German Shepherd Dog Club of America as well as Canine Good Citizen and Community Canine. These titles are based on obedience and the dog's temperament in a public setting around other people, dogs, and distractions. If you're looking for a well-bred German Shepherd predisposed to have an excellent temperament and health this litter checks all the boxes.

  • AKC REGISTRATION & MAILED DIRECTLY TO OWNER

  • AKC REUNITE MICROCHIP & PAID LIFETIME MONITORING

  • LIFETIME SUPPORT

  • HEALTH GUARANTEE

  • WE CHOOSE THE RIGHT PUPPY FOR YOU

  • HEALTH TESTED & TITLED PARENTS

  • WEEKLY UPDATED PICTURES OF THE LITTER

  • BREEDER OF MERIT & BRED WITH HEART

  • RAISED THROUGH PUPPY CULTURE PROTOCOLS 

  • WE START BASIC TRAINING AT 6 WEEKS

Visitation Date - March 30th      12pm-1pm      

Pick Up Date - April 13th    10am-3pm

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OFA Results

Hips - Fair

Elbows - Normal

DM - Clear

Coat Carrier - Carrier

Black Factor - Carrier

VWBD - Clear

MDR1 - Clear

Rally Novice Obedience Title

Beginner Novice Obedience Title

Passed American Kennel Club Temperament Test

Canine Good Citizen

4 Points towards AKC Championship

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OFA Results

Hips - Good

Elbows - Normal

DM - Affected

Passed German Shepherd Dog Club of America  Temperament Test

Canine Good Citizen

AKC Champion

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Newborn photos

Puppies were born Saturday February 17th via scheduled c-section. We have a total of 5 Girls & 3 Boys. Momma and babies are doing great! All of our puppies are given Nuture Mate after birth which is a colostrum supplement to help boost their immune system. Birdie's health is just as important, so we have her on Oxy Momma Post-Natal Vitamins, Purina Pro Plan Sport & Puppy Kibble, Puppy Wet Food, Probiotics, Bone Broth, Salmon Oil, & Oral Cal Plus (help keep her calcium levels adequate), and Foster Care Milk Replacement Powder (this can be given to nursing puppies & lactating moms). We do not take any short cuts when it comes to raising puppies.

Girls (nicknames)

Yellow - Chicky

Orange - Chirp

Purple - Peep

Pink - Flamingo 

Aqua - Peacock

Boys (nicknames)

Red - Robin

Blue - Jay

Green - Hoot

One Week Old <3

All eight puppies are thriving and growing at an exceptional rate! Momma Bird is recovering beautifully and is so happy to be a momma. The puppies are in what we call the Neonatal Period (0-14 days old). We follow Puppy Culture Protocols and begin ENS (Early Neurological Stimulation). This involves touching and stroking each puppy as well as giving plenty of individual cuddles. As We approach the 1-2 week mark, we begin clipping each puppy's nails as we don't want mom to be uncomfortable at any point in time. Those little nails can become razor blades quickly on her belly. ENS exercises only done once a day as keeping mom and babies stress low is vital. 

Two Weeks Old <3

Here we are at week two and they're starting to become true "little dogs". We're in the Transitional Period (14-21 days old). Their eyes are opening, wobbling around, and they have found their voices. Little growls, howls, and barking! This week's photoshoot is very limited on pictures. Unfortunately, my camera couldn't get clear shots without the flash being on and I am not willing to constantly flash the camera for pictures. As their eyes are opening, they are very sensitive to light, and I also don't want to scare them with an abrupt flash. They're also starting to poop and pee on their own. Our whelping box is quite large 6ft long by 4ft wide. We already start to "potty train" by placing a fleece crate bed on one side of the whelping box and puppy pads on the other. They will begin to wake up and walk off their bed and potty on the pads. We want to reinforce clean behavior; you don't poop and pee where you sleep. As they get older, we move their potty area closer and closer to the door and eventually they will be pooping and peeing outside. During this transitional period, we're also starting to introduce toys, one new experience each day, & begin the weaning phase. 

Three Weeks Old <3