Busy weekend for socializing puppies

Lots of people came by to see the puppies! Thank you to everyone who offered love and affection to all the puppies! The adult dogs in the pics are (grandma) Nellie and (brother) Winston. German Shepherds puppies in all stages of development need lots of socialization with many people to avoid problems in the future like aggression or shyness. You can be sure that Shepherd Sight puppies have been well socialized, but new owners must be sure to continue the socialization process with people and potential environmental stressors. Puppies are still available from this litter. Contact form at bottom of page.

New milestones

German Shepherd puppies reach certain milestones as they mature, and it is exciting to watch. In some of these photos, you can see the pups “piling up”, but they are starting to have a little independence, seek out people, and play with toys. They certainly continue to enjoy being held and loved during their now mostly outdoor socialization sessions with neighbors, friends, and potential buyers. In these pics, the puppies are between 4 and 5 weeks old.
And that last pic? My neighbor, Kendall, took it! It is a really good pic, and I’m mad that she and her sister shoot better than I do! No, really, not mad! I am truly grateful for all my great neighbors who help me so much. That’s Gail, another neighbor, in the green shirt in the first two pics. She is amazing and helps me with the puppies, and even the adult dogs. Winston adores her.

Names and up to date Pics!

Lots of breeders don’t name their puppies. They just refer to them by color of the collar worn specifically for the purpose of identification. But I gotta be me. I name them for something near and dear to my heart. So I chose a horse theme for this litter! Introducing, in no particular order, except boys first, Pony, Mustang, Quarter (Quarterhorse), Maverick, Clyde (Clydesdale), Loosy (Appaloosa), Filly, Cherry (Percheron), See See (Tennessee Walker), Connie (Connemara), and Dressy (Dressage). I won’t swear to it, but I think Mustang and Loosy are long coats. Maybe Connie and Cherry are too. A bit too early to tell for sure.
Omg I love them all.
These pics were taken 3/9/2021, with fantastic shooting by my fantastic neighbor! Puppies are 4 and a half weeks old.
If you are interested in buying a puppy, please contact me at link below or email me directly at morganshep@aol.com

Names and up to date Pics!

Lots of breeders don’t name their puppies. They just refer to them by color of the collar worn specifically for the purpose of identification. But I gotta be me. I name them for something near and dear to my heart. So I chose a horse theme for this litter! Introducing, in no particular order, except boys first, Pony, Mustang, Quarter (Quarterhorse), Maverick, Clyde (Clydesdale), Loosy (Appaloosa), Filly, Cherry (Percheron), See See (Tennessee Walker), Connie (Connemara), and Dressy (Dressage). I won’t swear to it, but I think Mustang and Loosy are long coats. Maybe Connie and Cherry are too. A bit too early to tell for sure.
Omg I love them all.
These pics were taken 3/9/2021, with fantastic shooting by my fantastic neighbor! Puppies are 4 and a half weeks old.
If you are interested in buying a puppy, please contact me at link below or email me directly at morganshep@aol.com

Jane’s Awesome Instincts

Like many dogs, Jane has a favorite toy. She loves to play fetch, and she loves the orange ball in this pic. She started today to show it to her puppies, with perfect timing. (Blue boy and Yellow girl showed interest right away.) She carefully placed it in their midst, both inside and outside the box. Later, once they start playing with it, she will teach them that she can take it away, because she is the boss. Then she will give it back, only to take it away again. Ultimately, the puppies will try to take it from her, and she will discipline them by gently biting their muzzles, thus teaching them how to play properly, and respect bigger dogs.