Saturday Morning Training!
Saturday morning trainings are two
fold for you and your dog. The goal is to socialize you dog around
other dogs and people, and to train them how to be a good canine citizen in
the world. We are offering a new
service for those that want someone else to help train or walking your dog
during this time. The charge would be $20 per dog for the hour. If you are
interested, please call or text Dean and let him know.
The store is always open after
training, so if you need any dog food, Total vitamin supplement, Perfect Cod
Liver Oil, Perfect Vitamin C, crates, toys, collars, or anything like that,
please come on up to the store after training.
We can also accept boards after training
if that would be helpful to you, just please let Dean know one-two days
before. We want to make sure their kennel is ready!
Dog Shows 2018:
October 27, 2018 Heidelberg's
Majik v Opaly owned by Renee Sisson of Arkansas was Winners Dog and Best of
Opposite for a 4 point major. Congratulations Dan and Renee on your
October 28, 2018 Ch.
Heidelberg's Majik v Opaly was Select Dog for 4 points towards his Grand
Championship! He finished his Championship and started towards his
Grand Championship in Benton, Arkansas. Pitcure coming soon to the Our
October 13 & 14, 2018 we will
be at the show in Enid, OK. We had a great weekend! On October
13th, we want thank everyone for all your help! Congratulations to
Heidelberg's Majik v Opaly! And congratulations Dan and Renee Sisson of Arkansas. Majik
won Best of Breed, he didn't do anything in Groups, but we were all so proud of
him. Thank you Sig Hund for allowing your human to show Majik!
On Sunday, October 14th,
congratulations go to Heidelberg's Breanna Darlingds was Best of Breed and
Best of Breed Owner Handler! Congratulations Sam and Anita Westfall.
While in the Groups she didn't do anything, but in Owner Handler Groups she
got a Group 2!
Dog Shows 2017:
We have two new Champions for 2017. Pleases see our champion page for pictures and details.
Dog Shows 2016:
We have four new Champions for 2016.
With over 150 Champions, the word Heidelberg in reference to a German Shepherd Dog that connotes a very specific type of shepherd that is respected and even reviled by some of our competitors. The sport of conformation is extremely competitive and expensive. We win because we have some of the best shepherds in the country. For this fact, we are not well loved by our competitors. For example, the picture to the right shows a common
occurrence with our Heidelberg's winning both sides at a dog show.