Training Supplies Information

As a German Shepherd Breeder I have gone through many products and information over the years. Here is a compilation of what I recommend.

Dog Training: Instructional DVDs, Toys and Products

For a free dog training podcast and great toys go to leerburg.com. I have used Leerburg training DVDs and products and they are wonderful.

Dog Food, Chewables and Medicine

I have been feeding my dogs raw foods and Taste of the Wild Prairie. Taste of the Wild is a grain-free dog food which is very good for those sensitive to corn and fillers. Do a Google search to find a Dealer of this food near you. I easily find this food at my local feed store (that sells hay and horse supplies).

My online website of choice for collars, pig ears, chew hooves and dog medicines is www.jeffers.com.

Flea Control

Many customers ask me what flea product works best in Florida. During the past few years, it seems the fleas here in Florida have become immune to certain flea control. I spoke with my veterinarian about this concern and he recommended a product called ACTIVYL. This is a topical and it really does work. No fleas on my dogs. They also make one that helps with fleas and ticks. Check out www.amazon.com for best prices.

Registration Resources

If one of my Import German Shepherd dogs does not already have an “a” stamp then they are seen by a qualified veterinarian who does x-rays and results come from www.offa.org which is the orthopedic foundation for animals.

Imports are all flown in from Frankfurt on Lufthansa. The dogs always arrive in good condition and well cared for.

All my dogs have certified purebred pedigrees which can be found on the German Pedigree database website at pedigreedatabase.com.

All my dogs are also registered with AKC. For information on AKC go to akc.org.