Tamoora Anatolians

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Rushville, OH, United States
8483 Main Street Rushville Ohio 43150 US

Breeding the ULTIMATE WORKING LIVESTOCK GUARDIANS, top ranking show champions, pet and companion dogs.

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Rushville, OH, United States 0 mi

Breeding the ULTIMATE WORKING LIVESTOCK GUARDIANS, top ranking show champions, pet and companion dogs.

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Anatolian Shepherds are great overall dogs. They have a good temperament and are very good with both goats and people.

We have 6 male and 1 female puppies available for sale. Our Anatolian Shepherds are field dogs that live with and interact daily with our goat herd. Additional details can be found at http://www.wildewoodsranch.com. Feel free to contact with questions and to check availability of remaining puppies.

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Marion, OH, United States 67.8 mi
(614) 378 3774(614) 378 3774

Health tested, naturally reared Anatolians that are excelling in the ring as well as on the ranch. Our dogs are bred for correct temperament, structural soundness and working ability. We feed a raw diet and choose natural and holistic care.

Puppies available occasionally to qualified homes.

Stud service available to select females – please send pedigrees, photos and OFA information when inquiring about studs.

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Seaman, OH, United States 83.34 mi

We are Anatolian Shepherd breeders offering puppies for sale located in Adams county, Ohio.

The Anatolian Shepherd Dog is a all around dog that guards everything from chickens, goats, horses, pigs, cattle, sheep and much more. The Anatolian Shepherd will pretty much guard whatever he lives with. Some dogs are shown in conformation and obedience. The Anatolian Shepherd Dogs are also used as companions and family protectors. Many Anatolian Shepherds live on small farms, suburban homes, or ranches where they fulfill a duty of family companion/guardian, livestock guardian. Our Anatoilans live full time with their goat herd.

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Seaman, OH, USA 83.34 mi

Puppies born November 2nd, 2017

Pure bred AKC Registered (Registration papers, 4 generation Pedigree, and information packet will be delivered with each puppy)

Both parents are fawn colored with a black mask and have great temperament

Parents are working Livestock Guardian Dogs. Puppies are 6 months old and working the pastures with the Sire and Dam guarding our cows, sheep, and chickens.  We rotate the pups between pastures for maximum exposure to all our livestock.

Location: Seaman, Ohio

4 Males are available

Worming: Completed 12/14/17

Vaccination:  Completed 12/14/17  and 1/18/18 – Core vaccine: Distemper, measles, parainfluenza shot

 

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Adams County, Ohio, United States 83.36 mi

With over 20 years experience in breeding, we have bred and showed Mastiffs under the kennel name of Ironclad Mastiffs. Members of the Mastiff Club Of America since 1993. Breeder of multiple Best in Show, Best in Specialty Show, record breaking Mastiffs and the top winning Mastiff bitch of all time.

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46251 Old Hopedale Rd, Cadiz, OH, United States 88.04 mi

We live in the beautiful hills of East Cadiz, We have about nineteen acres. We have four Children and nine Grandchildren, They are Gods greatest gifts to me!

My husband is a Hoof Trimmer for Cattle so that leaves me with a lot of time on my hands when I’m at home. I am a born caregiver so with no children to take care of I had to take care of something else. We have a huge garden and do lots of canning with lots of produce to sell but we usually give it all away, About three years ago we started out with four Nubian does that we got from a friend of ours that has Registered Nubian show goats. They are the sweetest and I think one of the smartest animals that God created. I fell instantly in love with them and was sure they loved me to but I think it was the feed they loved the most, I was just the one that fed them. I love sitting with them in the field with them laying beside me when the weather is just right with a nice breeze. It was wonderful after having cows and horses that if something got out you did not have to chase it over the whole County to get it back in. All I do is walk outside and they all come running to me and we walk right back in the barn.

They are really nice also and I find I tend to spoil everything, I keep plenty of peanuts and animal crackers in the barn, I was really surprised that they like puppy bones, It’s a lot of fun and the adventure continues.

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