Are Dutch Shepherds Related to German Shepherds?
It’s often that just from appearances alone, the Dutch Shepherd (Dutchie) is similar to the German Shepherd. As a cousin breed of the German Shepherd, these animals possess a close ancestry. However, the Dutchie is a rarer breed, which we’re proud to offer them at Weibes Haus K9 operated in New Mexico.
Don’t Overlook What Our Dutchies Have to Offer
Being such a rare breed of Shepherds, the Dutchies have fantastic health. With few health problems, you can feel confident that our Dutch Shepherds will stay robust and healthy their whole lives. Loyalty isn’t something you see every day in a dog. However, as a loyal and territorial companion, these animals are perfect to become your protector. With an experienced working dog breeder such as ours, you can reap the benefits of our amazing purebred Dutch Shepherd service dogs.
What Are They Used for?
Our Dutch Shepherds are used in various services. As an excellent family friendly dog, they are often protection dogs. As a working dog breeder, we’ve seen Dutchies have an easy nature to be trained quicker than most. Therefore, our Dutch Shepherds have been sought out by law enforcement. Whether you’re Dutchie will be serviced as a police dog, family protection animal, or an emotional support dog, our Dutch Shepherd breeders ensure you have the upper hand with the best purebred animals to begin with.
A Working Dog Breeder and Trainer You Can Rely On
Weibes Haus K9 is a small, family run, American Kennel Club licensed breeder and trainer of working dogs operating out of Hobbs, New Mexico. We specialize in breeding Cane Corso Italiano, working line German Shepherds, and other top breeds, with stock chosen from the finest European breeding programs. Regardless of whether you are looking for an emotional support dog, a protection animal, a medical alert companion, or an addition to your law enforcement team, our breeders and trainers are trusted throughout the nation.