This is the only litter we will be offering for sale. We have a pair of wonderful, working livestock guardians (featured in the first photo) and we’ve let them have one litter. We have a small farm of sheep, goats, geese, ducks and chickens. Our dogs guard all of them and us as we have a small acreage.
We purchased our dogs from a breeder in Port Angeles, WA. His goal was to mix breeds together to create a healthier, more socially well-rounded farm dog. The dogs we have are mostly a cross of Kangal and Boerboel. Kangals are the sheep guardians of Turkey and Boerboels are a general farm/family guardian from Africa. You can read more about them on this website: http://www.olympicdogs.net/post/559569980/kangal-x-boerboel
We have found our dogs to be outstanding at everything their breeder claimed. They are stable and calm around our livestock and our children. Their methods of guarding have been most welcome as they do not bark all night as most of the other popular breeds do.
They are just very pleasant dogs to have around. They very much enjoy coming in the house and hanging out with the family but do not complain when they are sent back outside to work.
The litter they have had consists of 10 puppies. 6 females (1 is spoken for) and 4 males. I expect them all to be fairly large as their dad is just over a year old and was 120 pounds and 30 inches a few months ago. Their mom is 24 inches and 80lbs and is full grown.
The puppies were born on July 21st and will be 8 weeks old on September 15th. They will have all their shots and be dewormed before being placed in their new homes. Pups will be available on September 12. A deposit of $100 is needed to secure a pup. Deposits have started coming in and the order they are received will establish the first come first serve basis for picking out your pup.
Please contact us to come and see the puppies or for any questions. We are located in Central Washington State. You can reply to this ad by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here’s a few links for videos in chronological order of the puppies:
Below are two videos of three of the female puppies taken on August 25th:
Here also is a link to a gallery of the most recent photos of the litter:
And lastly, here’s a link to the puppy portraits of them at three weeks old: https://redcabinfarm.com/2015/08/10/puppy-portraits/
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