RYANHAUS KENNEL

Ryanhaus Kennel

Building a foundation of trust and reliability connecting man with man's best friend

We at Ryanhaus Kennel are striving to improve the breed by quality health testing all our dogs, their bloodlines consist mostly on the DDR German Shepherd Dogs  of the past.
Striving to improve on temperament and health,
We are located in Salisbury Massachusetts USA

We have passed the AKC Program requirements to be Bred With H.E.A.R.T. breeders
 
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 We Do Not Ship Our Pups/Dogs, and do not sell to Pet Shops, wholesalers, or brokers we are a small "Personal Kennel"    We are proud to say that we have puppy owners from Maine to California and states in between that have traveled to our town to pick up their new best friend!

 

Due to the overwhelming response 


of people contacting us wanting 


a puppy, 


we have not been able to respond 


back to everyone, for that we 


greatly apologize!!! 



Please keep calling or emailing us, 


as you know, the squeaky wheel 


gets the grease!



Our next litter of 


pups will be coming in the spring of 


2021.  



Thank you all for your 


patience and understanding!




To help the pups get a good start in life,

we use the Bio Sensor Stimulation Method


Here is an informative link to explaining this method:


http://breedingbetterdogs.com/article/early-neurological-stimulation

Olinda and Maddie get an (SG) Very Good rating







 Thank you Jenn & Colt for handling both girls, they got SG Very Good, and Maddie handled by Jenn got an SV3 out of 6. Special Thanks to Judge SV Dieter Oeser and the Quinebaug Schutzhund Club for hosting the conformation show, also the people on the sidelines for getting Maddie's attention!

Olinda handled by Colt also did very well with a rating of SG5

Below is a link to explain why we want puppy owners to reconsider spaying or neutering until the pup is fully grown:

http://healthypets.mercola.com/sites/healthypets/archive/2011/02/17/dangers-of-early-pet-spaying-or-neutering.aspx

           Things to know about spaying and neutering:
          More to consider about spaying and neutering:
How much should my German Shepherd Dog weigh?

German Shepherd Dog

Height & 

              Weight Standards

from the F.C.I. Standard

Adult Males:

 

  • Height at the wither 60 cm to 65 cm (23.62 inches -
  •  
  • 25.59 inches)
  •  
  • Weight 30 kg to 40 kg. (66.14 pounds - 88.18
  •  
  • pounds; Midrange = 77 pounds)

 

Adult Females:

 

  • Height at the wither 55 cm to 60 cm (21.65 inches -
  •  
  •  
  • 23.62 inches)
  •  
  •  
  •  
  • Weight 22 kg - 32 kg (48.5 pounds - 70.55 pounds;
  •  
  •  
  • Midrange = 59.5 pounds)

 

Average German Shepherd Growth

  

Chart by Weight & Age

Please note: these are averages. Your puppy may grow

faster or slower, larger or smaller. Consult your vet for

an accurate evaluation of your puppy's development.

 

 

MALE

 

FEMALE

Age in Mos

Kilogram (kg.)

Pound (lb.)

% of Total

Kilogram (kg.)

Pound (lb.)

1

4.2

9.2

12.10

3.3

7.2

2

9.0

19.9

26.18

7.5

16.6

3

14.2

31.3

41.18

12.1

26.7

4

19.0

41.8

55

16.4

36.2

5

22.9

50.6

66.57

20.0

44.0

6

26.1

57.4

75.52

22.7

50.1

7

28.4

62.6

82.36

24.7

54.4

8

30.1

66.4

87.36

26.1

57.5

9

31.5

69.4

91.31

27.1

59.7

10

32.7

72.0

94.73

27.9

61.5

11

33.7

74.3

97.76

28.6

63.1

12