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Trademark Kennels Puppy Applications
We are glad that you are interested in a German Shepherd purebred puppy. We take pride in our dogs and continue to breed healthy and happy dogs. Our first priority is that our puppies live full and happy lives in a home who loves them. We try our best to place puppies only in the most loving and responsible of homes and this application form helps us in that process.
All puppies are AKC bred from 30+ years of experience with German Shepherds, a multi generational family business. Trademark Kennel’s breedings are planned with the goal of producing a beautiful, functional dog with a sound mind, a trainable disposition, proven health, loyal, and wonderful companions. We strive to have service & therapy dogs, performance dogs in many aspects, as well as conformation dogs.
Puppies are well socialized and are guaranteed for health. They will be ready for their new homes at 8 weeks of age unless otherwise arranged for later pick up. They are dewormed, given first set of puppy shots, and vet checked before going home. They are also conditioned to going to the bathroom outside as well! All puppy owners are encouraged to schedule a vet visit with your vet within 72 hours of picking up your puppy to withhold our puppy guarantee!
Deposits of $300 are accepted when puppies are available. They are non-refundable but may be transferred up to two litters in the future. A puppy will cost $1700.00 with a limited registration. If you choose to show or breed then there will be an additional fee of $500, where a performance title or 2 champion points must be achieved prior to breeding (as ways of assuring us your dedication to the breed). We also will assist in breeding decisions with our experience, pedigree knowledge, show and training resoursefulness, and knowing the bloodlines. We also offer a Co-breed option to have your female dog (from Trademark Kennels) as part of our breeding program where you will receive assistance with breeding, whelping, and selling of the puppies. The female must pass all necessary health testing in accordance to the German Shepherd Dog Club of America’s breed testing requirements. Serious inquiries only about the co-breed program!