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German Shepherd Dogs

Deep in the heart of the Yakima Valley in the beautiful state of Washington is the home of BAHR-S Shepherds.

The German shepherd dog comes in a venue of colors from sable to white to your traditional Bl/tan. Regardless of the color, they should have the look of nobility, a confident temperament, and soundness of mind and body.

German Shepherd Breed Standard http://www.akc.org/breeds/german_shepherd_dog/ and WGSDCA http://wgsdca.org/

As a hobby breeder, soundness in mind and body is a major focus in my dogs and puppies. My dogs have been used in the work field, as companions with families, and in the show ring. I always hip and elbow x-ray my dogs before they are bred to help ensure less chance for dysplasia. I am involved in the WS Genetic group to strengthen my knowledge of the dogs. I am commited to a better breed as I join in studies with universities to learn better hereditary and health skills.

My dogs are well cared for and are well-mannered which makes them a pleasure to be around. I always do my best to provide hardy, healthy, and happy puppies. My goal is to promote and better this wonderful breed; I always try to produce better puppies than the parents. The German shepherd dog has a valiant and worthy past, and I hope to continue this heritage.

Stud service is also available to approved bitches only. Occasionally I will have an older dog available.

We feed a Raw Prey Model Diet. Please click the link for my list of pros and cons.

PLEASE NOTE: Our line and quality of dogs are independent of others in this area.

If you have not received a reply from an email within 24 hours, please try again. Email is pcharge1955@yahoo.com.

Additional Links

White German Shepherd Club of America
White German Shepherd Dog Club of America

White German Shepherd Dog Club International

German Shepherd Dog Club of America Working Dog
German Shepherd Dog Club of America Working Dog Association

White Shepherd Genetics
White German Shepherd Genetics Project


Web Site maintained by Kim Bahr and Betty Jo Smith, May 2019