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Hollywood German Shepherds

Our Story
Our Story

47 years of owning, breeding and loving German Shepherd's. Claudette has decided to expand from the rabbits and start breeding and raising her favorite dogs again. Her passion came from the first puppy after her husband bought a 9 week old German Shepherd for Christmas, Hiedi. Thus 47 years raising many and breeding them. Her love for animals is as big as can be, nothing makes her happier than being with animals.

Policy
Policy

Our Policy's

All dogs are sold with warranty and care package.

All rights to our dogs for breeding are reserved.

Jasmine
Jasmine

This is Jasmine our loving female, who is very active and beatiful.

She is being bred to Bullet this month and we will be posting updates on her upcoming litter.

Sheba

The Newest Female with amazing blood lines

from Kolenad Kennels

Bullett
Bullett

Stud Dog Bullett

Diesel

Diesel

The Newest Stud Dog with amazing blood lines

from Kolenad Kennels

Heidi
Heidi

One of our other new females so cute and smart

Success
Success

Has arrived!!!

New litter arrived 11/18 of 2018

Jasmine and Bullet Puppies!!! 8 healthy babies 5 boys 3 girls

THese 3 are left for sale

Deposit
Deposit

Hollywood German Shepherds does take deposits.

We ask for a 10% deposit for next Available breeding of the female, once puppies are born and chosen the balance of 40% is due. Puppies not reserved are a 50% deposit after you choose.

Contract / Warranty

The Buyer shall keep the dog as a household / family pet.
The Buyer shall provide the dog with an adequate food, fresh water, shelter, affection, and medical care upon sickness, disease, or injury. Maintenance should include an annual health exam and routine vaccinations as recommended by a board-certified veterinarian. Humane care and maintenance in accordance with all current and future state, county, and municipal laws and ordinances where the Buyer resides. A fully fenced yard or other humane means of exercise. The dog shall not be kept chained or constantly outdoors. A collar and identification tag and/or microchip. Never permit the dog to roam unattended.

  • The dog shall reside with the Buyer.
  • The Buyer shall notify the Breeder immediately if the dog cannot be kept by the Buyer.
  • The dog shall not be sold, transferred, or given to any individual or to any retail or wholesale establishment for the purpose of sale or resale to the public or to any research institution where medical experimentation or other practices take place.
  • The Buyer and Breeder agree to keep each other informed of their current addresses.
  • The Buyer agrees that it is the Buyer’s responsibility to accept the dog as described. Hollywood German Shepherds has provided and the Buyer has acknowledged a full disclosure of the health, habits, and temperament of the dog. The dog’s health records, from [Hollywood German Shepherds vet ], will be supplied at time of purchase.
  • After [6] months and for the life of the dog, the Buyer may return the dog to the Breeder at any time and for any reason no refunds are or will be granted.
  • The Buyer agrees to sign the necessary papers to return Hollywood German Shepherds as sole owner of the dog in the event the dog is returned.

    The buyer has 7 days to return a puppy deemed “unfit for purchase” by a veterinarian, and six months to return a dog with a hereditary or genetic defect. The buyer can elect to keep the dog or can return the dog and get a replacement dog equal or lessor value up to the original puppy’s purchase price. WIth this if any puppies are availible at that time they can be traded out, otherwise will need to wait for next liter of avalible puppies. There are no Cooling off periods or returns for remorse buying, these are live animal and healthy animals which need love and attention. 
Food Recommendations
Food Recommendations

With our puppies we feed either the pedigree or blue wilderness puppy food.

A high-quality dog food appropriate for the dog’s age (puppy, adult, or senior) will have all the nutrients the breed needs. Table scraps can cause digestive upset, so only give them sparingly, if at all, especially avoiding cooked bones and foods with high fat content. Small pieces of biscuit or the dog’s kibble can be used as treats for training. If you are feeding a high-quality food, vitamin and mineral supplements should not be necessary, although adding small quantities of yogurt, cooked vegetables, or eggs to the food can be beneficial. Learn about which human foods are safe for dogs, and which are not. Check with your vet if you have any concerns about your dog’s weight or diet.

About the German Shepherd Dog

German Shepherd Dogs can stand as high as 26 inches at the shoulder and, when viewed in outline, presents a picture of smooth, graceful curves rather than angles. The natural gait is a free-and-easy trot, but they can turn it up a notch or two and reach great speeds.

There are many reasons why German Shepherds stand in the front rank of canine royalty, but experts say their defining attribute is character: loyalty, courage, confidence, the ability to learn commands for many tasks, and the willingness to put their life on the line in defense of loved ones. German Shepherds will be gentle family pets and steadfast guardians, but, the breed standard says, there’s a “certain aloofness that does not lend itself to immediate and indiscriminate friendships.”

  • Temperament:Confident, Courageous, Smart
  • AKC Breed Popularity: Ranks 2 of 194
  • Height: 24-26 inches (male), 22-24 inches (female)
  • Weight: 65-90 pounds (male), 50-70 pounds (female)
  • Life Expectancy: 7-10 years
  • Group: Herding Group 

GENERAL APPEARANCE

1.

The first impression of a good German Shepherd Dog is that of a strong, agile, well muscled animal, alert and full of life. It is well balanced, with harmonious development of the forequarter and hindquarter. The dog is longer than tall, deep-bodied, and presents an outline of smooth curves rather than angles. It looks substantial and not spindly, giving the impression, both at rest and in motion, of muscular fitness and nimbleness without any look of clumsiness or soft living. The ideal dog is stamped with a look of quality and nobility – difficult to define, but unmistakable when present. Secondary sex characteristics are strongly marked, and every animal gives a definite impression of masculinity or femininity, according to its sex.

2. 

HEAD

The head is noble, cleanly chiseled, strong without coarseness, but above all not fine, and in proportion to the body. The head of the male is distinctly masculine, and that of the bitch distinctly feminine. The expression keen, intelligent and composed. Eyes of medium size, almond shaped, set a little obliquely and not protruding. The color is as dark as possible. Ears are moderately pointed, in proportion to the skull, open toward the front, and carried erect when at attention, the ideal carriage being one in which the center lines of the ears, viewed from the front, are parallel to each other and perpendicular to the ground.

3. 

BODY

The neck is strong and muscular, clean-cut and relatively long, proportionate in size to the head and without loose folds of skin. When the dog is at attention or excited, the head is raised and the neck carried high; otherwise typical carriage of the head is forward rather than up and but little higher than the top of the shoulders, particularly in motion. Topline– The withers are higher than and sloping into the level back. The back is straight, very strongly developed without sag or roach, and relatively short. The whole structure of the body gives an impression of depth and solidity without bulkiness.

4. 

FOREQUARTERS

The shoulder blades are long and obliquely angled, laid on flat and not placed forward. The upper arm joins the shoulder blade at about a right angle. Both the upper arm and the shoulder blade are well muscled. The forelegs, viewed from all sides, are straight and the bone oval rather than round.

5. 

COAT

The ideal dog has a double coat of medium length. The outer coat should be as dense as possible, hair straight, harsh and lying close to the body. A slightly wavy outer coat, often of wiry texture, is permissible. The head, including the inner ear and foreface, and the legs and paws are covered with short hair, and the neck with longer and thicker hair. The rear of the forelegs and hind legs has somewhat longer hair extending to the pastern and hock, respectively.

6. 

HINDQUARTERS

The whole assembly of the thigh, viewed from the side, is broad, with both upper and lower thigh well muscled, forming as nearly as possible a right angle. The upper thigh bone parallels the shoulder blade while the lower thigh bone parallels the upper arm. The metatarsus (the unit between the hock joint and the foot) is short, strong and tightly articulated.

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