Top Alabama Anatolian Shepherd Dog Breeders

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LAVENDER COLLAR - Total sweetheart, timid and lovable (but don't let the shyness make you think she...

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Anatolian Shepherd Dog

Roger & Vicki Matthews is from Alabama and breeds French Bulldogs. To view our website go to. www.whiteoakfrenchbulldog.com AKC proudly supports dedicated and responsible breeders. We encourage all prospective puppy owners to do their research and be prepared with questions to ask the breeder. Make sure you are not only choosing the right breed for you, but also that you’re getting it from the right individual. We are a hobby breeder that breeds quality Frenchbulldogs only and have about 4 liters per year of champion bloodlines. We are AKC inspected to reassure you that our puppies are raised in a happy and healthy invironment.

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Anatolian Shepherd Dog

My name is Amy Thomas and my husband is Dan. I breed and begin the training of incredible Anatolian Shepherd Dogs, specifically for the protection of the most vulnerable livestock. We live in the town of Black in south Alabama on a 158 acre horse and cattle farm. Both my husband and I are Retired Army Veterans. During our time in the service, Dan was a helicopter pilot and I was a Logistics Officer. Now we have a great retirement life and spend much of our time running a family farm. Our farm's first line of defense past our fences are our very large Anatolian Shepherd Dogs. My first love of the Anatolian began years ago while I was in the military. Here is my story: I spent much of my 3rd deployment working at a tiny post on the border of Afghanistan and Pakistan. One day, there was a squad who patrolled outside the perimeter of the base and came upon a young farm boy. The boy had in his hands a slingshot and pebbles. This boy also had by his side a puppy. He told the Soldiers, “For $5, I will let you shoot at my puppy with this slingshot.” The Soldiers declined the offer but made a counteroffer. They would pay him twice as much to take the puppy off his hands. The boy readily agreed, and “Charlie” was carried to base with the squad and became their mascot. Charlie would follow anyone. She also followed me up to the outposts up the mountain and back down. My interpreter friend once told me, “That is a very distinguished breed of dog. They will go out for weeks with a cattle or goat herd, unaided and keep them safe from predators. They are also known as the National Dog of Turkey.” I did not know what breed she was nor did I know what became of Charlie after I left that base in Afghanistan but I spent many years searching for her likeness. Years later, I found an Anatolian Shepherd by the name of Hercules. Our dogs have been lovingly raised from pups with various types of livestock. In our pastures we have horses, cattle, geese, chickens, ducks and guinea hens. They are guarded by three AKC registered dams, Hera and Phoebe who were purchased from Lady Glen Dennings Goat Farm in South Carolina and Pine Meadows' Keila who was bred from our previous Sire Hercules. Our newest Sire, Scouts' Apollo was raised as a pup at a goat farm locally in Dothan, and has a proven himself to be an excellent guardian to all livestock types. He is very large, even for an Anatolian Shepherd so it is a good thing he has a loving temperament. We are happy to answer any questions about our own experiences with Anatolian Shepherds.

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