LGD Raisers

Rare Feathers Farm

Crowing
11 Years
Apr 1, 2008
13,102
75
326
Pleasant Valley, (Okanogan) WA
My Coop
My Coop
I'm looking for someone who breeds LGD's and uses them as such. Cash (our 1/2 Anatolian) is now more than 5 years old and already slowing down (he's close to 100lbs). So I'm just starting to put my feelers out there for our next LGD. I'm not set on a specific breed--Anatolian, Great Pyr...Akbash, Maremma, whatever...as long as it does what's it's supposed to, doesn't kill or bother the cats, chickens, geese, ducks or horses...

Our current dogs are a Borzoi (off showing now), Cash and Hank our heeler pup.

Cash has been trained to stay around our house & property and does well...I do realize there is training involved but genetics is just as important (in my opinion) so I don't need/want lectures on training...I just wanted to see who breeds what and people's experiences with each....
 

HorseFeatherz NV

Eggink Chickens
10 Years
May 12, 2009
6,565
47
251
Sierra Foothills of Reno, NV
These are the people I am going to contact when we are ready for a LGD. We currently have 4 dogs and that is my personal limit (two are elderly - 14.5 yr old heeler and 10.5 yr old Fila).

They have a web site and a blog:

http://www.nasrn.com/

http://anatolianshepherdrescue.blogspot.com/



They are always looking for adoptive homes or foster homes - a place where a dog can be evaluated for working is a plus also. They also help with transport.
 

~*Sweet Cheeks*~

Songster
10 Years
Mar 12, 2009
1,708
11
179
Medford, Oregon
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What a great site. Thank you for posting.

I too am thinking about a LGD for my goats and chickens. My herding dogs are better around the goats but I would never trust them around the chickens that are in their own fenced area.
 

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