Slobodan Stasi 

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                                       1 Female Available 

Please check out our Planned Breeding Page for Up Coming Breeding's 

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Una Rieka Von Nordosten

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                                AKC.....DDR/East 

                       

    Call  for information or availability on waiting list.

                            Melissa 518-423-2664

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All Puppies:

 

  •  Are raised in my home with appropriate interactions with people, noise, objects and different surfaces. 

  • Extra tactical stimulation   

  • Are AKC (upon pick up paperwork will be provided.)

  • Are vet checked with needed shots at the appropriate times and wormed numerous times.

  • Micro chipped

         How Much Does A German                     Shepherd Cost Annually?

The cost of dog-keeping varies considerably depending on your German Shepherd (including size, age and overall health), the quality of supplies and equipment,and even where you live. The following numbers should give you an idea of what to expect.

For A German Shepherd Puppy In Her First Year:

  • Veterinary care, including general care and laboratory tests: $100 – $200

  • Immunizations Per vaccine: $50 – up (1 yr of vaccines $375.- up)

  • Spay or neuter: $200. – up (not recommended until 3 years of age)

  • Internal and external parasite treatment and control: $580 - up

  • Kibble: $600 and up for quality kibble.  Raw can vary. Raw is healthy and affordable if you shop wisely. 

  • Miscellaneous expenses, including collar, leash, bowls, toys and  grooming supplies: $200 – up

Total: $1375 for the first year only. (Cost varies not exact prices just estimates on all)

                                             *** Note that this total does not include the cost of the puppy.***

                      (Boarding, Training and professional grooming is additional and can vary)

For An Adult Dog The Annual Costs Would Involve:

  • Veterinary care, including general care and laboratory tests: $50 – $125

  • Immunizations: $40 – $75

  • Internal and external parasite treatment and control: $100 – $150

  • Kibble 550 and up for quality kibble.   Raw can vary. Raw is healthy and affordable if you shop wisely.

  • Miscellaneous expenses: $100 – $125

These figures are estimates only and they do not include expenses related to illnesses, injuries, showing, competition, breeding, boarding or travel. Senior dogs usually require more health care than adults or puppies.From these figures, it’s clear that the care of a healthy German Shepherd living to the age of 12 to 14 years could easily cost $7,000 to $15,000 or more.

                                     (Boarding, training and grooming additional cost and can vary)

 These are just estimates. I like people to know cost of caring for a fur family member. I want to make sure families are making the right choice by adding a dog to their family.

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