Caucasian Shepherd Puppies
We have bi-annual litters of full working and show line puppies from Xenia (Idzi Lear) and Max (Elisey Iz Otchego Doma), beautiful parents imported directly from a Russian family. Check out our latest puppies.
All our puppies come from award winning stock. Both parents have been crowned champions at European and Russian dog shows and are bred from prized Russian blood lines.
German Shepherd Puppies
We also breed quality German Shepherd puppies from champion bloodlines. Look at our German Shepherd puppies website for more details.
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Our Caucasian Shepherd Puppies
All of our puppies come fully health checked by a vet, microchipped and with all of their injections complete.
Contact us now for more details and to arrange meeting up with your new family member.
Available from £3000.
Please contact us if you have any questions about our puppies or the Caucasian Shepherd breed and we will be happy to assist you.
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We are based in Stockport,
Around 7 miles South East of Manchester,
Close to the M60.
About Caucasian Shepherds
The Caucasian Shepherd is an extremely large dog, usually measuring between 25 and 30 inches high and weighing up to around 50kg, with the males being a lot larger than their female counterparts.
Known to be an intelligent dog, they are highly prized as watchdogs although when these dogs are in a home environment they are calm and gentle loving nothing more than to be part of the family. Their natural guarding and protecting instincts are very strong.
Caring for your dog
As with any other breed, Caucasian Shepherds need to be groomed on a regular basis to make sure their coats and skin are kept in top condition. It’s in Spring and Autumn when they shed their coats the most but the good news is that they do not need any sort of specialist grooming.
You need to ensure dogs receive regular daily exercise to they remain fit and healthy. This means they need to be given as much outdoor time as possible, ideally around 60-80 minutes per day. On top of this, dogs need to be fed good quality food that meets all their nutritional needs throughout their lives.
You must always adhere to the usual schedule of examinations and vaccinations recommended.