Puppies from MaunaKea x Elias breeding
should be available early spring 2015
Taking deposits for spring and summer puppies now!
EmiKoussi with her litter King Shepherd pups 6 weeks old
Kilimanjaro x EmiKoussi litter from 2012
Pups at 3 weeks old.
Bentley as a puppy.......... Bentley 19 months (EmiKoussi x Kilimanjaro)
My King Sized Shepherd Dogs
are large, rugged, powerful and impressive, possessing great endurance and agility. These wonderful dogs were selectively bred to be large, loyal and loving family companions and protectors. Despite their size, they are remarkably athletic, having incredible ability and endurance. They are also extremely intelligent and easy to train.
While King Shepherds can be protective, they are nonetheless quite gentle and loving with their families and friends. King Shepherds are very handsome dogs that turn heads wherever they are seen. The owners of this fantastic breed tend to be fiercely loyal to their breed of choice.
Elias with his pups Shasta and Annapurna Whitney
Shasta, MaunaKea and Kilimanjaro on the trampoline
How much do they eat?
An adult King Shepherd usually requires about 3-4 cups of dry dog food per day. I strongly recommend that you use a premium brand of dog food, one that is meat based (bison, poultry or lamb) without soybeans or artificial preservatives. My dogs are fed a combination of grain free kibble and raw meat.Vitamin C and glucosamine /chondroitin supplements should also be added to the dog’s daily rations.
How big do My King Sized Shepherds get?
When full grown, a male King Shepherd can range from 27 to 32 inches at the shoulder and weigh from 100 to 135 pounds. King Shepherd females are slightly smaller ranging from 25 to 28 inches at the shoulder and weighing from 80 to 115 pounds.
MaunaKea (EmiKoussi x Kilimanjaro) Rafferty (EmiKoussi x Elias)
See puppy request form on site to reserve your King Shepherd Puppy.
I am now taking deposits on Spring and Summer 2015 pups.
I can be reached by email DianaHartvig@gmail.com
or by phone at 509-477-9504
Or see more pictures of our pack on FB page