Glorybound German Shepherd Dogs

May 26 2013: all 8 Puppies have homes!!  Hope to have pics soon.

Mr Knightley to William & Christi of Clarkesville, TN

zeus siblings
Christi, Zeus and William
Zeus 13 wks
Zeus Siblings

Mr. Tilney and Captain Wentworth to Ted and Katie of Raleigh, NC

ted katie


Ted and Katie
Rusty 12 wks
Loki 12 wks

Aniela and Adele to Christine and Oliver of Oregon, Ill

Oakley at 7 months

Mr Willoughby to Ed of Jasper, GA

Ed and Fritz

with Ed!

Fritz 12 wks

Fritz 12 wks


Kazmira to Gloria

Princess Amber!
Mom + Amber & Darcy
Dayna Amber Darcy

Amber at 8 months

Aubrey to Ray of Pikeville, KY

Zoe 12 weeks

It was 15 years ago when I bred my first German shepherd. That was with my dog, Raven, who influenced me to continue buying German shepherds. My new dog Dayna, is very intelligent and has a wonderful disposition and temperament. The people at her Vet's office really enjoy her friendly manners.

At the present time we have a litter of eight beautiful puppies. They will be 8 weeks old May 18, which is the preferred time we let them go to their new families.

To see larger pictures click on the images. We now have the 2013 crew featured. They are only days old, born on March 23 right on time. There are 4 females and 4 males.  2 females and 1 male are already spoken for.

Make sure to check back often. I will be putting new pictures online regularly.

The puppies are black and tan and their coats look plush and shiney.. They will each have different amounts of black as they grow up. As they get older, German shepherds get more tan and less black. Any white spots blend into the tan, and if they are very small spots they disappear.

We try to find loving, commited homes.  That is one of the reasons we charge $1200/puppy.   Also their pedigrees show many champions and titled dogs and some German influence.  They are a mixture of German and American lines.  Dayna has been x-rayed and her hips were OFA rated "good." 

Dayna the Mom:

The sire -- Jumpin Jack Flash:


Dinner Time!

April 27 -Introducing the puppies by name

AnielaAubreyAdeleKazmiraMr KnightleyMr TilneyMr WilloughbyCaptain Wentworth

April 25: You gotta see this:  group hug   --on youtube

April 11 photos
April 16 photos
April 17 photos
April 23 photos
May 2 photos
May 6 photos
May 12 photos
May14 photos
May 16 photos

We are using the book "The Art of Raising a Puppy"  by The Monks of New Skete as a guide to raise our litter of 8 puppies.  The puppies are cared for and socialized as you may read about in the book. 

We try to produce physically and mentally sound dogs, by giving them a loving and great environment for their first 8 weeks of development –getting them used to socializing, noises, etc. We think this is very important. The puppies are born indoors, in my kitchen and when/if the weather is warm enough we move them to the garage.

The puppy you take home needs exercise every day. Good exercise makes for good behavior. A fenced yard is a very good idea. 

We prefer to allow them to leave home at 8 weeks. Those last couple of weeks are a time for the puppies to socialize more together, which I think is of great benefit toward socializing with other dogs.  We do a temperament test at 7 weeks and the puppies are observed carefully for their first 7 weeks which helps us to be able to discuss with the buyer which puppy would be the right fit for each home.

The 2013 litter's sire is a young male. He has been in several shows with some success.  He was 2nd place in his "Futurity."  His pedigree contains many other champions.  We admire his beauty and temperament. 

Please research German shepherds before buying.  It’s a major responsibility –the puppy depends totally on you for all his needs. They need lots of love and attention and time.

Please don't get attached to a puppy by their name and picture.  It's best to try to match your personality and the questionaire to the puppy's personality observed by the breeder and with the puppy test done at 7 weeks.

The going home date is at 8 weeks - the 18th or 19th of May. 

Please ask for and complete the puppy questionnaire. Please print, sign, and mail a copy along with a $150 deposit (non-refundable) made out to Gloria Loop.  This is a commitment by you to help insure you pick up the puppy as scheduled and that other potential buyers do not miss out.  Puppy choices are dependent upon the date your deposit is received.

Here is a questionaire doc

Here is a questionaire pdf

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