ANATOLIAN SHEPHERD DOG CLUB of AMERICA

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2923 Loomis Brook Road, Walton, NY, United States
2923 Loomis Brook Road Walton New York 13856 US

The ASDCA, Inc. was founded in 1970 and is the official parent club in the United States for the Anatolian Shepherd Dog. Since its founding, the ASDCA has shared the great joy and responsibility of living with these magnificant and ancient dogs.

We are proud to announce that the Anatolian Shepherd Dog is the 144th breed to be recognized by AKC. On June 12, 1995, the American Kennel Club announced formal recognition of the Anatolian Shepherd Dog, effective to be shown in the Miscellaneous Class beginning June 1, 1996. On August 12, 1998, the American Kennel Club granted full recognition to the Anatolian Shepherd Dog effective June 1, 1999 (entered the Working Group). Anatolian Shepherd Dogs are registered by the American Kennel Club and/or the Anatolian Shepherd Dog Club of America, Inc.

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Walton, NY, United States 6.43 mi

We will have Anatolian Shepherd Dog puppies for sale as livestock guardians (LGD), show prospects and companions, in 2015. Please see the above “Upcoming Litters” link.

We are members of the Anatolian Shepherd Dog Club of America (ASDCA) and are ASDCA Code of Ethics Breeders. We honor the commitment we made when we signed the Code or Ethics and will not breed a dog that has failed health testing! We are located in Delaware County, New York, outside of the Village of Walton. Our Anatolian Shepherds are outside in open fenced areas on 15+ acres most of the time. They guard us, our property, my daughter’s Tibetan Spaniel, and our chickens with vigor and against all comers. We have never lost a chicken to predators.

We do show our dogs in AKC shows, but we do not “live” to show. We only breed when we would like to retain a puppy from a particular litter for ourselves and if we are also able to potentially keep every puppy we produce rather than see it go to an inappropriate home. We are very particular about who we consider to be potential owners of our puppies and screen carefully. The very first requirement we have is a large, securely fenced area that the puppy/dog will have access to. This is a must due to the fact Anatolian Shepherds will expand territory. A securely fenced area keeps the puppy/dog safe and your neighbors happy. Also, an Anatolian Shepherd is not a breed that can receive adequate exercise on the end of a leash. We have other requirements but it begins with a large securely fenced area.

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Delaware County, New York, United States 16.68 mi

We breed & show working Anatolian Shepherd Dogs in Upstate NY. All Breeding dogs are health tested & have passed those tests – according to USA standards.health tested

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