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Long Haired German Shepherd Puppies For Sale

We are delighted to have long haired German Shepherd Puppies for sale.

Our long haired German Shepherd Puppies are some of our favorites!

We’re glad you’ve visited us! If you’re looking for long haired German Shepherd Puppies for sale, you’ve come to the right place. We work hard to provide perfectly formed, physically solid puppies from incredibly healthy parents. All of our long haired German Shepherd Puppies are AKC registered and OFA certified dogs. We screen their hips and elbows before we breed them to make sure that they are breeding incredibly healthy pups. We also screen for DM.

The simple reason why we breed German Shepherds is because of our love of the breed. However, it truly goes beyond that. Our dogs have brought amazing amounts of joy to our lives – we take them all over Alaska with us. They go hiking with us, ride on our boat, come along when we ski and on many other adventures. They are large German Shepherds, so they do a pretty good job at carrying their own packs, which is nice. The happiness and enrichment of our lives that has come to us through our dogs is amazing.

We breed long haired German Shepherd puppies because we want to share this joy with you. It is our goal that each and every single one of our puppies will go to an amazing home where not only will the dog thrive, but that home will enjoy the same happiness that we have. Our German Shepherds are like our children, so where their offspring goes is very important to us!

If you ever have any questions about any of our German Shepherd puppies, feel free to contact us at any time. Because the long haired gene is a recessive gene, we tend to have more standard coat puppies. If you are interested in any of our puppies or just have a few questions for us, never hesitate to contact us. We absolutely love talking about German Shepherds and would welcome to the opportunity to talk with you!

At Far North Kennel, we breed large, long haired German Shepherd puppies in Alaska. Our Blog is intended to provide help to owners of all breeds or those seeking new family members. We absolutely love dogs and welcome you to contact us if you have any questions about dog training, behavior or are considering getting a puppy. We are glad to talk to you even if you aren’t interested in one of our dogs.


  1. Hi
    Just had to write to you and say how beautiful your kids are. I knew what that was like until last year when I lost mine suddenly. He was MY BABY and I MISS HIM EVERYDAY>! I can’t work cause I have rheumatoid arthritis, don’t worry I’m not asking you to donate a puppy to me, I’ve given up asking people,No one writes me back just to say go to hell or something! Anything!!!! I realize that you also get lot of request! My love of sheperds came along time ago with Mikey. The vet looked at his feet and said He’ll top out at 75lbs. Mike didn’t listen and grew to 150lbs. and at least 4 1/2 ft. long. So laid back,and sweet to everyone unless he thought they were going to try and hurt me. Then I saw a different guy altogether! As soon as the threat was gone he was back to the same ol’ mikey. Then came Harry, The vet again looked at his feet and said 75lbs. HArry to was just as stubborn as mike and grew to only about 45 lbs. Then came Clemmy,He was MOMMIE”S BABY! Even my husband would get growled at in fun if he was getting to close and it was Clemmy’s time. But he listened to me I could back him down cause he didn’t want to displease me. God It’s like they were all just here yesterday!!!! I still hear their collars jangle from the tags on them. Or Clemmy putting his big feet in the water dish,then lay with his head on it and take a nap. They were all different But they all had their own mind which makes them so very special!
    Enjoy Your Babies,

  2. Do you have any puppies for sale?

  3. Hi Bill,

    We don’t have any puppies right now, but are taking deposits on future litters…

    send us an email for more info.


  4. I hope you can help me. I am looking for information on umbilical hernia in black long coat shepherd puppies. I have a 10 week old male that overnight has developed an umbilical hernia. I brushed him thoroughly yesterday morning and it was not there. I am scared to death after reading online prognosis. He has a vet appointment today.

    My question is, have you ever experienced this or known anyone who has? Will the pup after corrective surgery be able to live a healthy active life? I have only had the little guy five days. But, I am in love.

    Any personal information or input would be most appreciated.

  5. I just saw your comment today, so I assume you have seen your vet since.

    From my experience, umbilical hernias are generally not a problem. They often go away with time and are just a result of mom being a little too rough when she was breaking the cord.

    How is your boy doing?

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