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               Appleridge Obedience Family German Shepherds 

Appleridge German Shepherds (423)457-3808 -Now in Atlanta GA, Annette text,phone appleridgegsd@hotmail.com 32 Years Dedication to Purebred Dogs , Atlanta, Cleveland, Ontario-CKC AKC Inspected and Approved

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  • "She's turned out to be a beautiful girl! She's the DELIGHT of my life. I love her so much as well as she loves me. I never thought I'd love a FEMALE German Shepherd. 😊..."
    Carolyn
    Good Golly Miss Molly!
  • "I just wanted to let you know how much we adore and love our new dog, Maddie. After the initial "shock" of first day chaos, she has been an absolute dream. We love her so much. ..."
    Leena
    Maddie
  • "I just wanted to send a pic of Marshall. He is an amazing dog and we are so very happy with him. I'll be taking him in a few months to get pre limbed. Fingers crossed!! I a..."
    Sandy
    Future Stud Dog

Appleridge pups cannot get Degenerative Myelopathy (DM)

  • Perfect house manners day and  night ( week 1 needs umbilical re enforcement in their new home)
  • Comes happily and eagerly on command on and off lead
  • Excellent car riding manners in their crate or with a seat belt
  • leave it command with any item. Will not attempt to eat or touch anything -  indicated "leave it" 
  • Perfect crate manners ( all night )
  • up -down stairs on off leash ( each pup reacts differently to stair types - open, closed, extra high)
  • sit politely for petting in front of children and people
  • sit directly in front of us-wait-"front" to prepare for (come-front-sit-wait-around-heel command) in level 4 
  • comes any speed directly into a sit -front-wait (on leash) preparing for off leash level 5 
  • Sit, sit wait, sit stay, sit - wait come ( 1 minute)
  • Down, down wait, down stay (3 minute with distractions) preparing for distracted by playing dogs, balls & toys) level 4 
  • Will go and lay on her bed on command, plus stay till told "release" ( up to 15 minutes )
  • Hand signal, down wait release on command (preparing for off leash drop on command-anywhere) 
  • House trained, crate trained, pen trained to mind and be quiet ( new environments require the crate to be close to you for a week or so)  
  • Mind -perfect manners, children plus other animals -NO jumping "off" 
  • Heel. Heel on a loose lead. Heel from motion, will be started.  Baby dogs will happily keep the leash mostly loose as they learn their "stay with me" skills. 
  • figure 8 - handler sets speed and direction, loose leash. Your pup will learn that humans don't always go in a straight line when walking. This will help them to learn to change their speed for the handler.  Preparing for directional speed changes and sit from motion promptly on a hault- level 4  
  • Lets go! Walk politely on a loose lead, beside me any direction anywhere.-preparing for off leash heeling - level 4, go outs -level 5
  • Heel speeds-fast, normal, slow, step by step and stairs will be introduced.
  • Loose lead manners training for casual outings including potty
  • yard and potty breaks on leash in public or loose in your yard.  
  • All 3 regular puppy baby dog vaccines completed. 
  • maintained on heartworm, wormer, and bug protection
  • includes lifetime support, lifetime microchip monitoring, book, Training DVD, Family DVD Program
  • Trained in English. German, by request. A training video and manual will accompany. Adoption cost will include shots to date, completed, including worming. Documented.

  • Your baby dog will be worked with by our children, which will help the pup to understand that little people may train differently than adults.  Exposure to our young children will help your pup throughout life, with respecting and accepting children.  This exposure is critical in the first 16 weeks of a pup's life.  

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