3961 South Highway 48 Mannford, OK 74044 Phone: 918-261-4729

We do sell show-quality dogs. If you want a future champion call us at 918-261-4729. Show dogs are available for purchase.   If you purchase a show dog we will do everything in our power to help you to be successful including free training and advice.

Come see the dogs we are currently showing. Watch here for upcoming scheduled dog shows. Below is a listing of upcoming shows:

 

Dog Shows 2018:

We will have Saturday morning training on May 12th!  10:00 am here at the kennel!  Happy Mother's Day weekend!  Feel free to bring chairs and cold water, it can make the morning more enjoyable for you!  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 dog 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.

These 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.

Now you may ask how can I make this happen for my dog?  Easy, come out to Keystone German Shepherd Kennels as often as you can on Saturday morning at 10 am.

Bring the right things for the training.  We will schedule a test in July.  This title will be added to the end of your dogs official AKC name.  Come with a 6 foot leash and your dogs favorite treats (you can also bring your dogs favorite brush).  Please do not bring large treats, bite size is best.

Some time in July we will reserve a space at Keystone State Part to do the test.  You will need the 6 foot leash, favorite treats, $20 to pay for the CGC test. Once the test is scheduled, it will be announced at Saturday morning training, on Facebook, and on here!  Even in your dog has passed, it helps to have people near by to help with different parts of the test.  Also please bring your dog water from home (or distilled water) and a bowl.

We would like to encourage people to bring something to share for lunch, we can stay and visit after the testing.  We can pin this down once we closer the time of the testing.

We will also not have classes June 16th of June 23 due to out of town shows.

We will have a house sitters, so if you need supplies, please let us know and we will make sure she is here during the time from you need to come.

April 14-15, we will be in Brighton, Colorado at the dog show!  If you are in the area, please come out and cheer us on!

March 28 - April 1, 2018 - Claremore, Oklahoma at Claremore Expo Center, 400 Veterans Parkway, Highway 20 & Dupont Street, Claremore, OK 74017.

June 14-17, 2018 in Blackfoot, ID

June 20-23, 2018 in Billings, MT

This will be a two week dog show with a lot of miles having to be driven.  If anyone is in the area and would like to stop in to cheer us on, we would love to have you.  Please let Dean know what days and we will make sure you know what time.  Thank you!  If you can't be there, no worries, I will post the results of the day on Facebook once my day slows down.  I won't be able to update the web page while on the rode.

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.