Kus Sarkisi Anatolians

Aurora, MO 65605, United States
418-498 South Elliott Avenue Aurora Missouri 65605 US

Thank you for visiting us. We are located in SW Missouri about 45 minutes from Branson and Springfield, MO. We became involved in Anatolian Shepherd Dogs in 1999 when we moved our goats onto our new property and knew they needed protection from predators. Our first Anatolians were Pilots Peak Rudder and Sleepy-d-Acres Cheyenne. We now have four generations of working Anatolians… Select the photo to the left to view our Anatolian Family.

Ava, MO, USA 58.4 mi

Our dam, Bella has had a beautiful litter of 10 puppies on May 21, 2022. Puppies come from 2 working parents on site, and will be raised around chickens, goats, and our family. Puppies will receive their 6 week and 8 week 5-way vaccinations and will be wormed at 2 week intervals. Puppies will be available to go to homes on July 21st and can be reserved with a non-refundable $100 deposit. Call or text 417-250-0744 for more information.

Ava, MO 65608, USA 58.4 mi

Full-bred Anatolian Shepherd puppies will be looking for work starting 7/18/22. Both parents are working parents. Will have been wormed and had 6 and 8 week vaccinations. 6 females and 2 males available. Contact me for details.

Jasper, AR 72641, United States 72.78 mi

We had plenty of babies to make up for it.  Ookii and Joe, our Anatolian Shepherds. They grow so fast. They are being raised with a couple of goats and are well socialized. We had a couple of guests take one home last year. You know you want one.

2724 MC 2027, Yellville, AR 77.02 mi

We run several hundred head of goats on multiple pastures with lots of brush and timber in the pasture and surronding the pastures. WE LOVE OUR ANATOLIANS. We have several anatolians working for us. This allows us to have a large selection of pups available. All our pups are born and raised in the pasture with goats and sometimes also with chickens, or in our case Indian Runner Ducks. We handle the pups enough to be able to work with them, but not so much that the dont want to bond with their livestock. When I have one picked to go for a pet, we pull that one out of the pasture and spend extra time with it so we can start “spoiling” them properly. 🙂 One of my most frequent questions is how are our anatolians with kids & other dogs. Check out the Happy Tails box to see the pups in their new homes.

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