German Shepherd Puppies

Thank you for your interest in puppies from our breeding program, which is based on very long tradition and experience! See our young-lings and read through our article below.


Name: Litter E (7 solid black females)



Breed: puppies

Description: "E" litter Irpeden: 7 solid black females were born!! DOB: November 14

Estimated pick up date: January 20, 2018

Litter is AKC registered and each dog will come with full AKC registration. Litter AKC reg.#: DN516236 Please contact us to reserve your puppy!

The litter was whelped on Tuesday night (Nov.14). We have 7 puppies and they are all females!

Both parents are solid black working line GSD from Czech republic and Germany which will bring us nicely balanced (Czech dog's) endurance and (German dog's)will to please! .

These dogs will be excellent prospect for sport, dual purpose and Personal protection-family companion!

Please read my articles on our website to get full explanation. Feel free to call or email with additional questions and or to reserve your puppy (written contract, non-refundable deposit $500)!

Price(firm): $2,300. Shipping available.


Name: Gill Gymor

DOB: May 12, 2014

X-rays: HD, ED 0/0

Titles: ZVV1

Breed survey: 5CY2/P, Kkl.1

Pedigree:Click here

Photo album:Click here


Name: Caro von Schorner’s Schmiede

Titles: BH, IPO1, FPr 3, SPr 3, ZVV1

X-rays: HD, ED 0/0

Breed survey: 5JY1/P, Kkl.1

Pedigree, pictures, videos, more info: Click here

Price: $2,300.00

Name: 2 dark sable male Czech GSD puppies available



Breed: puppies

Description: Litter “C”

DOB: September 21, 2017


Ejmy Via Vernalis: Titles; ZVV1, X-rays: HD, ED 0/0, Breed survey; 5CV1/P, Kkl.1

Pedigree: Click here


Gold Aritar Bastet: BH, IPO3, ZVV1, X-rays: HD< ED 0/0, Breed survey: 5VQ/1P, Kkl.1

Pedigree: Click here

  Photo album: Click here

Price: $2,550.00

Name: Awesome Czech GSD puppes Axel and Adeline



Breed: puppies

Description: Name: AXEL and ADELIN Kateko

Dob:  October 7,2017

Avaialble for pick up: mid December, 2017

Sire: Drako Blendy

Dam: Mia z Lijavy

Pictures and parents’ pedigrees (album):Click here

These little rascals are from another great litter ..whelped in Czech republic. We expect them to be very nice strong working dogs with clear head and good ON/OFF switch!

So far all them are very environmentally sound, social and friendly with ton of drive.

Pease read article below this profile and feel free to call with additional questions or to reserve your puppy! Thank you, Peter (303-249-3115)

Price (firm): $2,550.00 Shipping available.

Price: $2,550.00


There are many “breeders” out there and they all claim to have awesome and/or cute puppies Living in the digital era of internet, many of them will get your attention by nicely created website or by providing you with misleading information.


So how to decide what breeder to get a puppy from? In my professional opinion there should be questions that you as a new dog owner should ask yourself and may want to ask your breeder as well before choosing where to get your next German Shepherd Dog:


Question #1: What is a difference between West German and Czech (DDR) working line GSD?

Answer: There’s a quite a few differences between dog originated in West Germany and dogs originated in former Czechoslovakia and DDR. Two main differences are looks and personality/temperament.

Czech/DDR dogs:

Body: strong build body, broad chest and big square head!

Personality: These dogs are known for their very strong and clear mind set, endurance, loyalty, focus, very strong bites (when properly trained). These trades make them very desirable and highly used as Protection and Companion dogs.

 West German Show and Working GSD:

Body: Narrow (skinny-when not overly fed) body with long legs, narrow head with pointy muzzle

Personality:  These dogs are typically very fast, highly driven, very friendly and social. At the same time, they are not as durable and dedicated which makes them very desirable for people doing sport (IPO). They are not the best choice for Protection dogs.

Above listed facts are the reason why we have brought some of the West German blood to our breeding program.


Question #2: What is the purpose of my future dog?

Why: Because we should choose dog and breed that will meet our expectations, requirements and desires. At the same time, we should know enough about the dog breed before getting one so we can properly handle it (I would recommend creditable literature and not an internet forum and discussions written by who know who). For example, I would not recommend a Belgium Malinois breed as a family dog for numerous reasons just as I would not recommend Poodle for SAR, etc.


Question #3: What kind of experience does your breeder have in working and handling dogs?

Why: Because quality breeder also trains dogs. Without being able to train and read dogs, there’s no way he can determine what is and is not a good dog, what is dog’s strong side and weak side and therefor what is going to be its good breeding partner. Picking breeding dogs based just on looks will not most definitely get you good puppies!


Question #4: What is the background of breeder’s breeding dogs?

Why: Because it’s very important that the puppy or dog you’re about to get, comes from healthy and properly bred dogs. It is very important to know dog’s ancestry and their medical, mental and physical history. This kind of overlap with Question#2, where again, without being actively involved and knowing whole lot of dogs personally (attending competitions, traveling and seeing dogs in person, etc.) makes you just a producer, not a breeder!! For example, ‘this breeder” will start telling you all kind of facts, will mumble about all these titles that his dog has BUT does he know dog’s true temperament if he never worked with him?


About our breeding program:

All of our breeding dogs are strictly from The Czech Republic and we make sure that they come from our old Czech (DDR) blood lines. Of course there’s no such thing as “pure” Czech bloodlines as we all know GSD breed came from Germany! Also, the reason for adding some of the German bloodlines to our old Czech dogs is to make them little bit less stubborn and easier to work with but still remain their solid bold body look. Also, most our breeding is done in our main kennel which is located in The Czech Republic as well. We bring our puppies to our Denver location when they are 8-10 week old! Reason for doing it this way is that our puppies come with full FCI (pink) paperwork! Per our written contract, we guarantee each of our dog’s full AKC registration as well as we offer registering dog with AKC in your name!


Well, all this being sad, what you should know before browsing through files of our little rascals;

  1. All of our breeding (or our partners’ kennels) is done according to very strict rules and regulations such as;
  2. each and every dog used for our breeding must be officially X-rayed with excellent results, must be titled (working dog title by FCI) which shows a proof of dog’s physical and mental balance.
  3. must come with full FCI paperwork (not just breeder’s word.. ”oh, this is a good imported dog” kind of deal), where you can see each dog’s achievements, X-ray results, siblings, etc. This FCI paperwork (just like your Birth certificate) is a legal document, so if someone will show you some kind of print out, that would be a red flag to me!


About our puppies (and what to expect):

 As far as puppies you’re about to see on our website, we hand pick very carefully only those puppies from the litter that perfectly meet our very strict criteria for dogs capable of being good working dogs and companions!

These puppies must be solid and nice looking (strong bone structure) with perfectly symmetrical square head and dark brown eyes. Their coat must meet the color code, their personality and temperament must be nicely balanced (no room for nervy or timid dogs), they must be social and friendly.

What do we do and how they spend their time before going to their new home:

Along reading this part, I highly recommend you read Our Philosophy as it will give you full picture of how, what and why we do with our puppies.

All of our puppies get to be fed 2-3 times a day as needed. We spend a lot of time with our puppies making sure they get proper socialization which means that we take them out to public places to meet people, to be handled and played with, etc. We also take our puppies out to parks, stores, busy streets, elevators, escalators, staircases, hollow floors, etc. Besides these activities, we expose these rascals to water, playing in it and not be afraid of it which makes it very easy later on for them to swim and enjoy it instead of being afraid of it.  This is a very important activity for young puppies to prevent their future skittishness, lack of confidence, insecurity, lack of environmental soundness, etc. In another words, we are preparing them for their life.

Along the socialization, we spend a lot time properly exposing these puppies to diverse sounds, situations, surfaces, scenarios, etc. in indirect way (no pressure, form of game). That, again, helps dog to be self confident, curious and himself.

What to expect our dogs to be like when fully grown:

Combination of proper environmental exposure and socialization helps dog to grow mentally and physically strong and at the same time it helps prevent dog to become coward and weak which could easily lead to dog’s aggression towards to other dogs or people (also known as fear biting), etc.!

With proper approach (we provide written instructions along with written contract when purchasing dog from us) along with further training, puppy from us will grow into a beautiful, solid and clear headed dog with awesome personality. It will be loyal, friendly and social with great ON/OFF switch (that means dog can be at easy and relaxed when not working).

Puppies from K-9 Specialists are being used for many different purpose anywhere from a perfect Companion dogs, Family Protection dogs, Sport and Competition dogs all the way to Dual Purpose Police dogs, Narcotic and Explosives sniffing dogs, SAR, PTSD support dogs and Service dogs!


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