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     please email us at       

 sandra@alphatexkennels.com   

  or Feel Free to Call or Text us at

(806) 292-7445 or Call Us at (806) 292-5348

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Puppy Purchase Policy

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The Best Way to View our Site is on

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"A 10% Deposit Will Reserve Your New Baby"

Older Puppies and Adult GSDs Available

"If you would like to reserve a baby

or to get an answer to any questions you might have,

the best way to reach us is to e-mail us at"

     sandra@alphatexkennels.com    

  Or Feel Free to Call or Text us at (806) 292-7445 ,

 or Call (806) 292-5348 or (806) 652-3458  

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we check our e-mail the first thing every morning,

all throughout the day and the last thing every night.

So please e-mail.

 Or Text or call Mark at  (806)292-7445.

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Nationwide Delivery Now Available 

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The  babies born here we feel are our responsibility for their entire life. And we know that unexpected things can happen in life. Therefore we ask that each of our puppy families please contact us first, if it becomes necessary for one of our babies to have a new home. Please give us the opportunity to find a new family for them. We want only the very best life possible for each of our little ones.

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our babies do not go to their new families until they are at least 8 to 10 weeks old or older. this is to insure the baby is more mature and that their immune systems are more developed. Please do not ask to take a baby home any earlier then 8 weeks at the youngest. this reduces the compounding of stress from weaning and the move to their new home at the same time .

We will be glad to reserve a baby for you from the litter you pick. We reserve the babies all along for families, and then when they are 8 weeks old, we pick the very best male and best female and they go to the people that paid for, and reserved the Pick of the litter male and/or, the pick female. Then the remainder of the litter is selected in the order that they were reserved. So please reserve your baby early to get the baby you really want.

I have been breeding, showing and picking German Shepherds for 45+ years, we pick the best of color, size, personality, movement etc. Then we pick the puppies out and deliver them in the order that they were reserved. If there are any babies left in a litter, at 10 weeks, then other families are welcome to choose a baby.

 of course the best way to get the best baby for you, is to reserve one as soon as you see the parents that you love.

Remember all of the German Shepherd babies are born mostly black and they color out for a year, to a year and a half of age. They will be no lighter then the lightest parent and no darker then the darkest parent. They will most often be somewhere in the middle. 

All puppies will have been wormed at least three times, and will have had their first shots and their first monthly flea medication,

All babies go to their new home, with a small bag of their dog food. We recommend:  any quality food with out corn as a primary ingredient. Tractor Supply Stores have Diamond brand, chicken and rice, that we highly recommend. Also Taste Of The Wild, and Blue Buffalo dog foods are very good quality, with little to no grain.

Please do not change the babies' food for at least 6 weeks. This gives the baby time to adjust to their new home with as little change as possible. Please use a  very highly digestible food that  provides superior nutrition for your baby as he grows.  

Your baby has been "free" fed all of his life. He has never been with out food available.

By free feeding the puppies they should never be food possessive, get fat or over eat.

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All babies will have had a shampoo  and will have been groomed before they meet their new families.

We Recomend Mane and Tail, shampoo. It is available at Tractor Supply.

 puppies come with their Pedigree (their family tree) and their AKC Registration papers.

All of our babies are sold with full registrations As family pets and are not guaranteed against any show disqualifying faults. 

We are very proud of our bloodlines and welcome other families to enjoy beautiful babies if they wish to breed. but we do not guarantee our babies to breed or to be of breeding quality.

They are quality family pets and protectors, first and foremost.

An information packet is also included on how we house break (SEE BELOW), how and what we feed and how we suggest naming your new friend.

we ask our families to please add our ("AlphaTex") Kennel name with the call name of the puppy as their registered name. of course no one is required to do this but we would appreciate it.

For an example of the registered name of a German Shepherd baby:

AlphaTex's Sammy Von Robertshaus

This means he was born at AlphaTex Kennels, 

his name is Sammy and he lives at the house of the Roberts family.

 

The sales contract and our guarantee to you are also included in their packet.  It includes a 2 year replacement warranty against chronic, severe, Hip or Elbow Dysplasia.

Families that purchase our babies also agree to always provide adequate high quality food (little Grain),

 plentiful clean water, proper training, and health care. Also every family must promise to:

 "Spoil their baby profusely".

 and they also agree to keep their babies in the house, in a fenced yard, or on a leash at all times.

 And to "NEVER" chain, abuse or allow the dog to run free unsupervised.

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Micro chips are available for your baby for an additional, of $25 fee.

Our families can charge the purchase of their puppy on Visa or MasterCard, from here on the web-site..

On the Pay Online, Page.

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HOW DO I Reserve A BABY?

If you wish to reserve an AlphaTex baby, it is easy.

just decide which parents you prefer for your baby to be from. 

Then  contact us by e-mail:

 sandra@alphatexkennels.com 

We will need all of your information

name, address, phone numbers etc.

And the Litter, sex, and color you want.

And if you want the Pick Male or Pick female.

We ask for the 10 percent (Non-refundable) deposit, when you reserve it.

You can make that deposit from here on the web-site, on the

Pay Online, Page

Then we will reserve the baby for you with your name, on the web-site,

and contact you to work out delivery.

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     please email us at

 sandra@alphatexkennels.com 

  to Call us at (806) 292-7445 or 652-3458  

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 we will need the answers to  several questions from you. We will need to know about your family members,

life style, activity level, etc. then we will be able to pick the baby that we feel will best fit int0 your family. 

"Please trust us to make the decision for the best baby for you. We have been Showing, breeding, training and loving Shepherds, for over 45 years. we know each one of our parents and their personalities very well. we also know the babies that the parents  have had in the past and how the babies have developed at maturity.

We can make a very informed decision in selecting a baby that will fit best into your family."

At the time that you reserve your baby, we ask for a 10% non-refundable, deposit, paid within 4 days of reserving the baby.

Sorry to be fair to everyone we can not hold a baby more then 4 days without the deposit being sent.

Also remember that this is a very important {hopefully 10-12 year} decision. This is a new member of your family. Please make your decision very, very carefully and be sure that the decision is representative of the feelings of "every" member of the family.

Delivery

If you wish to come here to AlphaTex to visit and "pick up"  your baby, that is fine.

we are 1 hour North of Lubbock and 1 & 1/2 hours South of Amarillo,

in the Texas panhandle.

You are welcome to call (806) 292-7445 for further directions. 

If delivery , or meeting somewhere half way, is the option you choose, we can schedule that. 

 

We do offer delivery to with in 600 miles:

0-60 miles is free.

60-100 miles is $100

100-400 miles is $100-$400

400-600 miles is $400-$600

Most of our families choose to meet us half way to reduce the delivery costs.

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Housebreaking

An excellent trainer told us many years ago how he recommends housebreaking

and it has worked wonderfully for us and our  puppy families over the years.

First we train them to sleep beside the bed of the primary care giver.

 They are never in a crate or in another room away from their people. This keeps the stress of a new home to a minimum.

Make their bed (on the Floor) beside the head of the bed.

Their bed can be nothing more then an old blanket folded into 1/4ths or a purchased Dog Bed or what ever.

Fit the puppy with a nylon collar that fits snuggly.

then attach a chain leash (it must be chain to prevent chewing) to the head of the bed.

Make it just long enough to make the puppy stay on the bed.

Take the puppy outside after it eats, after every nap and just before bedtime.

When you go to bed take the baby out one last time and then go to bed with him.

 attach him to his chain. If he cries or frets just reach down and pet him

 and reassure him that you are right there and he is fine.

{Never be suckered into letting him sleep on the bed}.

During the night when you hear the chain rattle

take him outside immediately and then back to bed and snapped back on the chain.

In two or three weeks he should be completely housebroken 

          and will sleep right by your bed for the rest of his life.               

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A New Puppy in the House

Food:

Diamond Brand Puppy- From Tractor Supply

{Please do not change their food}

We will bring a little bag of food with your baby, she is eating Diamond Brand, Puppy food, from Tractor Supply.

Please do change her food.

As far as feeding, we always keep fresh dry food out for them all the time, so they just eat anytime they want.

And then we feed them two small meals a day warm wet, with a little of the dry milk replacer,

feed just enough that she cleans it all up each time.                                                                               

Worming:

{This is just a preventative wormer that we give every baby when it leaves}

 There are 2 syringes, give your baby 1cc (Yellow} & 2cc (White) a day, until itís all gone.

ďJust squirt it in the back of its mouth.Ē

It tastes good to them, so they donít really seem to mind.

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All dogs need to have their heartworm medicine, every month for the rest of their life.

We use Ivomec, {Labeled for swine} at Tractor Supply.

They get 1/10th of a cc. per. 10 lbs. oraly every month.

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When they are grown if they weigh 100 lbs.

They would need 1cc. squirted in the back of their mouth, every month.

 

Shots:

As far as the remaining shots, we recommend 3 more sets, every two weeks, for the next 6 weeks.

Also we highly recommend giving them to him/her yourself,

(or if you are not comfortable doing it your self, hopefully you know someone who can),

you can buy the shots at Tractor Supply,

 We recommend (5-Way Canine). 

We never recommend taking a well puppy to the vetís office.

Sick puppies go to the vetís office and that is where well puppies often get sick.

Stress:

Stress is the one thing that babies deal with, with a change. They are missing their family and mommy.

They may sleep a lot, may want to be cuddled all the time, they may cry, or they may want to be left alone and pout.

 The one thing they almost all do is have terrible diarrhea.

 We enclose a couple of little green anti-diarrhea pills for every baby.

When it happens give them one pill every twelve hours until it stops.

If you need more, you can get them at the Dollar store. They are just generic Imodium, anti-diarrhea pills.

If your new baby is not feeling well, when he first gets home. It is very likely stress related.

Call or Text Mark at (806) 292-7445

Please do not take your baby to the vet until you have called Mark, for his advice.

Over the years we have seen almost all Stress related problems, of newly weaned babies.

Sorry but we cannot be responsible for any vet bills, if

we are not notified before it is taken to the vet. 

MicroChips:

If we micro chipped your baby for you:

Make sure to go online immediately and register his chip number to you.

Toys:

Your baby only needs 3 toys, for the first few months.

 He needs a hard rubber ball, {not a tennis ball}, He needs a big Rawhide chew bone, {to help with teething},

and a Fuzzy cuddle toy, to sleep with.

Too many toys will confuse him, and he may think that anything on the floor is his toy,

 ie. shoes, clothes, and the childrenís toys.

 Housebreaking:

An excellent trainer told us many years ago how he recommends housebreaking and

                           it has worked wonderfully for us and our  puppy families over the years.                               

First we train them to sleep beside the bed of the primary care giver.

 They are never in a crate or in another room away from their people.

This keeps the stress of a new home to a minimum.

Make their bed (on the Floor) beside the head of the bed.

Their bed can be nothing more than an old blanket folded into 1/4ths

or a purchased Dog Bed or whatever.

Fit the puppy with a nylon collar that fits snuggly.

Then attach a chain leash (it must be chain to prevent chewing) to the head of the bed.

Make it just long enough to make the puppy stay on the his bed.

Take the puppy outside after it eats, after every nap and just before bedtime.

 When you go to bed, take the baby out one last time and then go to bed with him

and attach him to his chain. If he cries or frets just reach down and

             Pet him and reassure him that you are right there and he is fine.                                

{Never be suckered into letting him sleep on the bed}.

During the night when you hear the chain rattle,

 take him outside immediately and then back to bed and snapped back on the chain.

In two or three weeks he should be completely housebroken and

will sleep right by your bed for the rest of his life.

Please let us know if we can help you select your next

 "fur Family" member.

 Sandra, & Mark Smith

 Puppies for Sale  

Home    Our Female GSDs   Our Male GSDs     Rehome Dogs & Horses for sale    pay online

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   Older Puppies and Adult GSDs Available 

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Questions and Answers

here are a few frequently asked questions and our answers:

We hope this helps with your decision:

Which breed is best for my family? 

    always do your homework up front, because this is hopefully a 10-12 year commitment. But I have been showing, breeding and training German Shepherds for over 45 years, and of course I think they are the best breed of all. They are very loyal and they bond to one person for life. They love and protect the whole family. But only one person is their God. and they want to be with that person all the time.

    As far as being easy to train. It is not so much that they are easy to train, it is just that they are very smart and learn everything and retain it for life. Whatever they learn as a baby they will do all their life. So it is very important that you train them very early to do the things that you want them to do. Like ride in the car, stay off the furniture, walk quietly on a leash, meet strangers, house training, how to act around children, cats, other dogs, livestock, etc.
 
    They are naturally very protective and NEVER need to be trained to attack.
 That training is for the military, law enforcement, or professionals, only. A family pet will come out to protect when needed,
{I know from experience, my shepherds have come out to protect for me 3 times in my life}.
But the rest of the time they were loving pets, and show dogs.

    As far as a male or female. That is your choice, of course the males are bigger and more impressive. The females are smaller. But other then that there is very little difference.  Some people think females are more protective, and when they have babies that may be true in some lines, but the rest of the time there is little to no difference. Of course if you want to breed you have to have a female. And with our babies that is always your choice. You get full breeding rights. If you want to breed a female that is fine , or if you want to use a male for stud service that is fine with us.
 

    What is the difference in

West German, American or Eastern European,

bloodlines ? 

    West Germans are more driven and more protective and better mothers then the American lines . But Eastern European are even more driven and active then the West German.  we have found the little West German females to be much better mothers then the larger Eastern European, or American females. We have found that Full bred Eastern European GSDs are better left for the military, law enforcement, or professional trainers. In the past they have shown that they are usually too driven for most families to enjoy fully.

 what we like to breed is a family pet. We want an active dog that will chase a ball or a burglar, but will calm down and take a nap with the children.

You can not beat an American GSD for beauty, movement and loving temperament. So we like a little American blood in the European to calm that temperament down a little, and help them have better fluid movement and angulation. So they will take the nap with the children, still chase the burglar and still be beautiful doing it all.

What if my GSD baby's ears haven't come up?    

    Yes it is normal for some ears to be slow coming up. Actually the larger their ears are going to be the slower they will be coming up. But they will come up eventually, but it is a trying , but very cute time until they do. After they are 6 months of age if they are still having ear issues. There is a very easy way to help them to stay up. Go to Tractor Supply type store and buy a glue call Tear Mend, it is an upholstery glue, for gluing leather. Put a little dab on the top inside tip of both ears. Just to the inside between the ears. Put it on both tips and put them together very briefly to spread the glue out on both and then pull them apart for a second then line them up tip to tip and press them together very quickly. this glues the weaker ear to the stronger ear and will form a little T-Pee on the top of their head. they will look funny but when it comes apart the ears should stand fine. If not repeat the procedure until it stiffens up.

Another thing when they are teething at about three to four mos. of age and their teeth hurt so bad they could care less about thinking about their ears. Make sure they have a big hard raw hide bone to chew on. That helps their mouth feel better. as soon as they are through with teething, their ears will come up for life.

                                                                                                        If You have any other questions  

     please Feel Free to email us at           

sandra@alphatexkennels.com    

or Call us at (806) 292-3458 or (806) 292-7445 Or (806)652-3458

 Puppies for Sale  

Home    Our Female GSDs   Our Male GSDs     Rehome Dogs & Horses for sale    pay online

 Why We Do What We Do       Puppy Purchase      Thank You & K-9 Kandid Kamera   

   Older Puppies and Adult GSDs Available