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We believe German Shepherd and Chocolate Labrador breeds to be two of the most rewarding dogs to own. Both have wonderful temperaments and are perfect family dogs.

Our German Shepherd Std Dog Zukie Zed

Without exception, all our puppies are born in the family home and stay with us until three weeks old. They are then housed outside in the nursery pens until about eight weeks old. The puppies then either go their new owners homes or are kept back to remain with us.

We breed mainly Long Haired German Shepherd puppies. The ‘girls’, our bitches, all have beautiful natures, and are fantastic with children, as our own young grandchildren are always around them.

GERMAN SHEPHERD

Girls:
LUCY Long haired coat
TINKERBELLE Normal coat
BETTY  Normal coat

Male:
ZUKIE ZED Long coated

It goes without saying that the "gentlemen", (stud dogs) have super temperaments too as the gallery pictures show.

Our stud dog MAETEK ZUKIE ZED (pictured right) is at stud to approved Bitches only. He is a proven sire, has  a Hip score of 4/5 and a wonderful temperament.


CHOCOLATE LABRADORS

We also breed striking Chocolate Labradors from working parents' strains.

All have superb temperaments and make truly fantastic family pets, who love to be trained and learn quickly.

Girls:
PRUE
PIPPER
PEGGY
POLLY

Male:

Percy


Percy

Our new chocolate labrador, HENGWRT FIELD MAPLE or Percy to us (pictured right) will be standing at stud very shortly and we look forward to him siring some beautiful puppies in the near future. (added 31/07/17)

A litter of eight Chocolate Labrador puppies feeding from a bowl
They soon develop. This picture shows the litter at 6 weeks old

Reserving a puppy

Puppies for sale can be viewed and reserved at five weeks and then leave us from eight weeks. They will be wormed regularly and all information regarding the puppies will be given to the new owners at the time of the sale.

Introducing a puppy to its new home

Puppies settle in very quickly to their new homes and family way of life. They love to travel and be fully participative in the family activities. It is imperative that the puppies are not ‘pushed too hard’ at a young age. Both breeds require only moderate exercise/walking etc at the early stages.

Feeding

The German Shepherd Dogs generally do not have massive appetites but the reverse is true of Labradors. Therefore new owners must ensure that they restrict the Labrador’s extra ’tit bits’ because they will quite happily sit there eating them all day.


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