Exploring the vast prairie of the Washita National Wildlife Refuge

Exploring the vast prairie of the Washita National Wildlife Refuge

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I am happy to announce Max has been adopted by a wonderful German Shepherd Dog family! Way to go Max, we are glad for for you!

Hi Everyone,

Today, I am going to discuss a fantastic five-year-old neutered male that we hope to re-home. Heidelberg’s Kenichi v Queridad (Max) is a long-coat and is the litter mate of Grand Champion, Champion Heidelberg’s Kodiak v Queridad (OFA Excellent).  Max has a wonderfully sweet, playful,  and confident personality.  His owner fell into hard times and had to move out of his house and can no longer keep Max.  Max is completely trained in all obedience, has great manners, and lived in the house full-time.

Max just turned five at the end of May and is in perfect health.  Max is protective and will keep you from being robbed, but he is not a liability and will not bite a child or someone that is supposed to be at your house.  Max would be perfect for a family looking for companionship and home protection, but do not have the time to train a puppy.

Max is five; however, he has seven good years left and will be a wonderful addition to a home looking for an adult German Shepherd Dog. Max is very large and the below pictures do not do him justice, size-wise.  Also, he needs to be bathed and combed out, which we will do. In person he is a much more impressive and beautiful long-coat Heidelberg than what these photographs show.  He has a partially lazy ear on the left side that sometimes he holds down.

Heidelberg's Kenichi v Queridad (Max)

Heidelberg’s Kenichi v Queridad (Max)

Heidelberg's Kenichi v Queridad (Max)

Heidelberg’s Kenichi v Queridad (Max)

If you are interested in adopting Max, please call me at (918) 261-4729.  Please continue to check out our web page as we post updates on this litter and future available litters: http://www.keystonegermanshepherds.com/PuppiesForSale.htm.   Remember that we do ship puppies.

 Ask me a Question and I will provide my opinion.   Also, please see our web page: KeystoneGermanShepherds

Sincerely,

KeystoneGermanShepherds

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