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"Purpose bred dogs"

Invest in home protection, and a family companion!

We are breeders of superior German Shepherd puppies that carry the traits of many generations of highly discriminating breeding practices.

World class German shepherd puppy breeder in Pennsylvania

"Utility is the true criterion of beauty."

 Max Von Stephanitz - founder of

the German Shepherd dog

We breed beautiful black and red, showline, regular coat GSD's.

 

Watchmangsd.com is located in Eastern Pennsylvania. We are 40 miles from Philadelphia, PA. We are close to New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, and Washington D.C.

 

If you are in the market for a World Class Purebred German Shepherd puppy, Watchman German Shepherds is a breeder of the best German shepherd puppies because of the superior blood lines of our parent dogs.

 

 Our puppies are refined, intelligent, and they have superb temperament. Visit our Testimonial page, and read the many referrals from some of our happy puppy customers.

"I know George to be passionate about his dogs,

and discriminating about his breeding program.

He has acquired world class German Shepherds for breeding."

 

Ben J. Beiler
Former breeder

 

         DID YOU KNOW ...

  1. How big do GSDs get?
    • The German Shepherd is a large breed dog. GSD males are ideally 24'' to 26'', weighing between 70 to 90 pounds, and females 22'' to 24'', weighing between 50 to 70 pounds.
  2. German Shepherd Coat?
    • GSD's have an inner and an outer coat. It is true that they shed heavilly at times, but a quick daily grooming with a coat "rake" helps greatly!
  3. German Shepherds as Pets
    • GSD's make superior family pets. Great with adults, children, and infants alike. A properly bred GSD will have an excellent temperament, and will not have fear aggression, or other undesireable traits that are contrary to a great pet in the home or family. 
  4. When Breed Originated
    • The GSD originated in Germany in 1899 by Max von Stephanitz
  5. Most Famous GSD
    • The most famous GSD was Rin Tin Tin of the popular T.V. series that ran for 5 seasons on A.B.C. in the 1950's
  6. GSDs Live How Long?
    • GSD's typically live 12 to 14 years.
  7. Guarding Skills
    • GSD's are of the shepherding class of dogs, and are thus inclined to protect the home and family.
  8. Popular Breed
    • The GSD is the second most popular dog in the world. Time Magazine named the GSD Dog of the Year when they were used by Seal Team Six in bringing down Osama Bin Laden.
  9. Fine Family Companions
    • The GSD is a great family companion. Many of my customers decide on a German Shepherd because of their renown loyalty. They became familar with the breed when they were growing up either with one in the home, or through a neighbor or friend that had one.
  10. Distinguished for Loyalty
    • As mentioned already the GSD is literally known the world over for their loyalty.
  11. Unique Stack or "Pose"
    • The GSD has a unique stance known as the "stack". The fore legs are parallel and straight, while the rear legs are placed one more forward, and the other further back. This causes the head to be high, and the rump lower, giving a look of readiness and nobility. The stack pose is used in the show ring to exaggerate the dogs overall structure and is not the normal stance or position of the show line dogs.                                                       
  12. I.P.O. and Kkl                                                                                                                                                                                              *  I.P.O. is short for International Prufungs-Ordnung . In short it is an ordered examination of a dogs abilities in the diciplnes of tracking, obedience and protection. While Kkl is an abreviated form of the German word "koerklasse" This strict examination evaluates a dogs structure, temperament, and courage. It is the final evaluation of many tests and trials to determine one simple thing of the dog...breed worthiness. A dog with a Kkl rating of "passed" is deemed worthy to pass on it's traits to the next generation.

 

 

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