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We have Trained German Shepherd Puppies for Sale

Discover the remarkable versatility of our trained German Shepherd puppies for sale, not only as cherished family companions but also as highly trainable professionals. With our diverse range of German Shepherd puppies for sale, you can handpick the perfect partner for your specific needs, whether it’s a service dog, an emotional support dog, or a dedicated protector for you and your loved ones. Explore our selection and find the ideal German Shepherd puppy to complement your unique lifestyle.

Experience the joy of owning our impeccably trained German Shepherd puppies, boasting delightful personalities that will capture your heart. With unwavering loyalty, they will remain devoted to you throughout their lifetime, ensuring a lasting bond filled with cherished moments and genuine affection. Prepare for a lifelong companionship brimming with happiness and treasured memories, as your trained German Shepherd puppy becomes an integral part of your life.

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Trained German Shepherd Puppies for Sale

Prepare for a lifelong journey of happiness, affection, and cherished memories, as our puppies promise to forge an unbreakable bond with you. Explore our selection below and find your perfect companion today, opening the doors to a truly enriching and fulfilling companionship.

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Meet the
German Shepherd…

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Breed Summary

Breed Group

Herding Group



Origin Country


Other Name(S)

Alsatian, Deutscher Schäferhund, Alsatian Wolf Dog, Altdeutsche Schäferhunde


Typically between 50 to 90 pounds (22.7 to 40.8 kilograms)


Typically around 22 to 26 inches (56 to 66 centimeters) at the shoulder

Breed Type


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The fascinating background of the German Shepherd may be traced back to its origins as a multipurpose working dog. The German Shepherd dog originated in the late 19th century with the goal of developing the ideal herding dog, one with high levels of intelligence, speed, agility, and devotion.

German Shepherds quickly gained popularity outside of herding circles due to their high intelligence and trainability. They were very effective in many roles, such as search and rescue, police and military, and guide dog for the visually impaired. Their intelligence, flexibility, and eagerness to please their human companions earned them a reputation as a superior working breed.

The breed gained widespread recognition during World Wars I and II, when German Shepherds were an integral part of military organizations.

Messenger dogs, guard dogs, and search and rescue dogs all relied heavily on the intellect, bravery, and adaptability of these canines. Because of the significant roles they played throughout these difficult times, they have become one of the most admired and admired breeds in the world.

German Shepherds are still highly regarded because of their adaptability, intellect, and devoted nature. Herding, obedience competitions, agility trials, and other working responsibilities are just some of the many areas in which they thrive. Their unique physical characteristics—a powerful, muscular body and a noble expression—only add to their appeal. German Shepherds have stood tall as a symbol of loyalty, intellect, and undying devotion to their human companions for centuries thanks to their impressive history and impressive abilities.

Breed Characteristics


Somewhat Mesaticephalic to almost dolichocephalic in skull-type. Strongly developed, moderate in size, rectilinear, shaped like an elongated wedge, and in proportion to the rest of the body. The topskull is moderately wide, with a flat plane. The median furrow is not well defined. The occiput, brow, and zygomatic arches are only slightly developed. The head is clean-cut without excess skin or wrinkle.


Somewhat small in size, set high on the skull, and triangular in shape with pointed tips, carried firmly erect. When alert, tips point straight up. The ears are never overly long, overly large, or broken


Moderate in size, oval to almond in shape, obliquely set, and medium to dark brown in color. The eye rims are well-fitted and well-pigmented. The eyes are never bulging. There should be sufficient bone in the surrounding orbital sockets to protect the eyes.


The muzzle is of a moderately long length and strongly developed. It tapers gradually toward the tip of the nose, giving the head the appearance of an elongated wedge. The plane of the muzzle is straight or slightly convex. Upper and lower jaws have good bone substance, are strong, well developed, never appearing snipey or weak. Upper and lower jaws split wide apart at hinge, revealing back molars when the mouth is held opened.


The nose is well-pigmented and black, or self-colored according to the coat. The nostrils are well-opened.


Moderate length to allow for proud head carriage, strongly muscled with a slight arch. The neck tapers smoothly from the deeper and broader body toward the head. The neck is clean-cut, without excess skin, throatiness, or dewlap.


Deep, broad, but never wider than deep. The brisket extends to the point of the elbows.


Powerful, solid, and with good substance without appearing heavy, coarse, or bulky. Capable of great endurance, agility, and performance, without appearing racy or refined. Width at forequarters is approximately equal to the width at the hindquarters.



Oval to round, compact, with well-arched toes and tough pads.


Energetic, efficient, effortless, tireless, and agile. The characteristics of healthy structure are evident: when moving away, the forelegs and rear pasterns should remain parallel to one another. When viewing movement from the front, the forelegs should remain parallel, with elbows and paws moving neither moving in nor out. From the rear, the back pads should be visible when the rear legs are extended. As speed increases, the forelimbs and hindlimbs will converge to the center line of gravity. From the side, the topline should remain firm and level. Good reach of movement in the front allows the forepaw to extend out in a line with the nose. The width between the forefeet when extended should be approximately equal to the width between the hindfeet when extended, indicating balance, good reach, and good drive. Dogs that exhibit any sign of breathing or locomotive difficulty shall be disqualified from the show ring.

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Set neither high nor low on the croup, but as a natural extension of the topline. Thick at the base and tapering toward the tip. Carried in accordance with the dog’s mood and energy level, but never tucked or carried up over the back. Of a somewhat long length with the tip of the last vertebrae extending to the hock joints, or below, when held down. Tail may be straight, gently curved, or with gently curved toward the tip.


German Shepherds have a personality all their own, one that combines confidence and a need to have a meaningful role in life. These dogs are modestly energetic, yet they have an extraordinary desire to learn and to contribute to their owners' life. They make for excellent protection dogs and are the best choice for search missions because they thrive when challenged mentally. German Shepherds are extremely devoted and protective of their owners and their territory, but if they are not properly socialised, this protective instinct can become excessive. They are typically reticent to open up and make fast friends with new people. Due to their high IQ and innate obedience, they are simple to train and enthusiastic about their new roles as family guards. While German Shepherds are naturally protective and devoted, they nevertheless require training and socialisation to be well-mannered and avoid violent tendencies.

About the German Shepherd

The German Shepherd is a breed that is looked up to and respected because of how impressive it is. This is one of the most well-known dog breeds in the world due to its iconic status as a symbol of loyalty, intelligence, and adaptability.

The massive stature and powerful, athletic frame of a German Shepherd are well-known characteristics of this breed. They average between 50 and 90 pounds in weight and 22 and 26 inches in height at the shoulder, though this might vary by gender and heredity. Their agile and strong nature is reflected in their strong, muscular build, making them suitable for a variety of strenuous pursuits.

The German shepherd’s unique coat is one of its most appealing characteristics. Their double coat consists of a robust, straight upper layer and a fluffy, insulating underlayer. Coat colors and patterns for this breed range from the traditional black and tan to sable, black, and even white. This stunning coat serves dual purposes, improving their visual attractiveness and shielding them from the elements.

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The German Shepherd breed is known for its high level of intelligence. They have a remarkable capacity to acquire and comprehend new material quickly and easily. Their exceptional intelligence makes them well-suited for many jobs, including those in law enforcement, the military, search and rescue, and as service animals. German Shepherds thrive when their minds are challenged and exercised via consistent training and interesting pursuits.

German Shepherds have a well-deserved reputation for being devoted and attached to their human families. Because of their strong motivation to serve their human companions, they make wonderful pets and reliable watchdogs. Their instinct to protect those they care about and the environment they live in make them excellent watchdogs.

German Shepherds are highly skilled workers, but they are also wonderful pets for active families. They do best in households with consistent routines, where they may exercise and learn new things, and where they are loved and cared for. They require regular exercise and mental stimulation in the form of walks, games, and stimulating training sessions.

Like dogs of any breed, the German Shepard benefit greatly from early socialization and training. They become well-rounded persons whose personalities can adapt to different social contexts and interactions with other animals and humans if they receive early socialization.

The German Shepherd is a breed that has stood the test of time because of its extraordinary intelligence, unflinching devotion, and striking good looks. German Shepherds are one of the most valued and respected dog breeds in the world due to their outstanding attributes, which create a lasting impact whether they are working colleagues, trustworthy companions, or beloved family pets.

Trained By The Best In The Business

Trained by the best in the business, our German Shepherd puppies are the pinnacle of intellect, loyalty, and adaptability. All of our puppies have received rigorous obedience training, both on and off-leash, so that they can respond to your every instruction, no matter the setting. Beyond the basics of obedience, they’ve also learned how to interact appropriately with people and other animals in a variety of contexts.

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Well-Mannered, Well-Behaved, And Always Willing To Please Dog

You can count on a well-mannered, well-behaved, and always willing to please dog when you select one of our trained German Shepherd pups. Because of the time and effort we put into their training, you can tell that our puppies are of the highest quality.

Potential As Working Dogs

Our German Shepherd puppies aren’t just great with kids, but they also have a lot of potential as working dogs. We have a variety of service, emotional support, and personal/family security dogs from which you can make your selection. Not matter your needs, we have the perfect dog just for you!

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Kaitlynn Aguirre

In May 2021, I got our beautiful little princess a Rottweiler named Lily. Man-K9 has been there from the beginning and continues to train, love, and help take care of Lily in the best ways possible. I highly recommend working with Man-K9 for all your dog training needs.

Bonnie Inglis

I wanted a trained companion dog that would be able to adjust to our family life. With two young kids and two cats that had not been around dogs, it was important to me to find just the right dog. Not only did they raise up the perfect addition to our family, they have done a wonderful job training us how to handle him properly. He is just the best and has impeccable manners.

Joey Salowich

I got my German Shepherd puppy from Man-K9 and now I have a best friend for years to come! I couldn’t be happier with how simple/easy they made the whole process and they give such great detailed instructions and tips on how to best take care of your pup! Not to mention my dog from Man-K9 is absolutely beautiful and well-behaved. Couldn’t be more pleased with my puppy from Man-K9 and would gladly do business with them again in the future!

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