All About Emerald
Energy. Energy. Energy. And pure, unrestricted happiness. Welcome to Emeralds world. She is the happiest German Shepherd we have ever seen. She is a creation that is beautiful to look at and fun to be around.
She’s responsive to commands and obeys well, but is SO excited to do whatever you tell her to that she gets it done as fast as she can, no matter what is in her way.
Emerald loves to use her nose and is incredibly agile.
Like many other German Shepherd Puppies, Emerald will chase a ball until one of her feet falls off. Emerald is a sweet girl and never wants anything to be negative with anyone. She’s never had a desire to be even close to an Alpha position at our Kennel and she will play with ANYONE.
Her breeder, Elizabeth, truly created a work of art in Emerald. Believe us when we say, we looked all over to find stock for our breeding program, and we are really, really happy with what we got in Emerald.
Emerald’s puppies will make great family pets.
If you have a family but still want a Large German Shepherd Dog, you might want to consider one of Emerald’s litter. Although all of our puppies are certainly family friendly, Emerald and her offspring will be especially delightful.
Imagine if you have a child and you just moved to a new neighborhood. Some kids start playing football in the street and your child knows none of them, but runs out to play anyway and has 30 new friends at the end of the day. That is Emerald.
Of our current females, Emerald is the smallest. She is still a large German Shepherd Dog, but she is the smallest of the ones we have (someone has to be!).
Oh, and, for the record, Emerald is Theresa’s favorite!
Important Note About Adoption from a German Shepherd Breeder in Alaska
Remember, when you are looking for a German Shepherd Dog, don’t go on looks alone. Ask lots of questions about the temperament produced by each mix.
Also, please be sure to check out our blog post on 10 Things You Should Consider Before Getting a Puppy before you decide to get a dog.
It is very important to us that our dogs go to home that will be healthy for them forever.