Phone: 308-345-2969
email: gmail (only if yahoo fails please)
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Andrea McCormick
PO Box 502
McCook, NE 69001

Average female weight full grown at our kennel 65-75 lbs - lean
Average male weight full grown at our kennel 85-100 lbs - lean 
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Males & Females Available Now

Keep Scrolling Down To See All the litters!

If you think Hip/Elbow dysplasia is the only thing to test for in dogs, your wrong. Degenerative Myelopathy (DM) just as prevalent with worse outcome. We test our parent dogs to make sure this does not happen!

What is DM and why is it so important to test for? Out of 7,438 German Shepherds tested Aprox 47% carry(can pass it down)or affected. Just watch this video and see what you are taking a risk of dealing with if you purchase a puppy from a breeder who does not test for DM. At about 6-7 years of age the dog will become lame in the rear, often mistaken for bad hips at first. Then in a matter of months the dog will be resorted to this and shortly then euthanasia is the humane thing to do. There is no cure! In 2008 they found the gene to detect this. No excuse for any breeder, to not have this done. Statistics of % of DM on German Shepherd Dogs is also found on OFA site. Many breeds are affected by this, not just GSD's. It is across the board males and females show and working. If you are a previous owner who has already dealt with this horrible genetic disease, I don't advise watching this video. This video is very graphic and sad and is geared for those who don't realize the seriousness of this condition that can easily be prevented by testing the parent dogs.

Puppy Shipping is now available continental USA via United Pet Safe Cargo for $475.

Alice and Caesar (prices reduced)
Puppies available girls and boys

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Born August 4th,Ready to go in October. They are 10 weeks old

Black and Red Short Coat, 25/75 Outcross German Working/Show Lines. 75 lbs
Hips & Elbows OFA normal & DM Clear DDC
Mother: Jayda aka Jennifer
Sire: Hugo Von Sehr Gut Wesen

All individual photos of puppies are posted here. All had a good Vet Health check, cleared and ready to go.

Choice selection is based on when deposit is received.

Above, Alice with her 10 puppies 2.5 weeks old.

There is 1 Longcoat Girl in this litter. See photo's to the right. Teal Girl.

Deposits are $250 to reserve you puppy. Click Purchase & Contact to know how to proceed if you want to reserve your puppy.

Current Available Male Puppies Below

Above Black Boy Normal Coat

New photo taken October 13, 2017 Availability is current as of October 14th.

Bi-Color Black/Tan
50/50 German Czech Working lines & German DDR Working Lines 80 lbs DM Clear N/N
AKC OFA Good Hips and Elbows Normal

Please go to testimonials. Lots of photos presented to see previous puppies.

Below is current litter

Above Girl Green Normal Coat

Above Girl Yellow (plush coat)

Above Girl Teal Long Coat

More litters, keep scrolling but please read this important note.

Understand The Risk of Vaccinosis Video <--BEFORE vaccinating

This is the minimal puppy shots schedule we recommended to help avoid vaccinosis yet still protect your puppy.

Kiwi and Caesar Prices reduced!
Puppies Available: 5 blk/tan Girls, 1 Solid Black Boy

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Born August 5th. Ready to go in October. 10 weeks old

Black and Red Dark Blanket Back/ Short Coat, Close to 50/50 Outcross German Working/Show Lines. 73 lbs
Hips Good & Elbows OFA normal, DM cleared by parentage CBP See OFA database to verify any concerns.
Kiwi is from our own breeding program out of Nina and Tribute

Kiwi with newborns one day old. Click photo above to enlarge

All individual photos of puppies take September 10th. All had Vet Health Checked and cleared and good to go.

Choice selection is based on when deposit is received.

See Fall/Winter List Below
Deposits are $250 to reserve you puppy. Click Purchase & Contact to know how to proceed if you want to reserve your puppy.

Solid Black, Black Boy (click photo to another photo)

New photos taken October 13, 2017 Availability is current as of October 14th.

Bi-Color Black/Tan
50/50 German Czech Working lines & German DDR Working Lines 80 lbs DM Clear N/N
AKC OFA Good Hips and Elbows Normal

Please go to testimonials. Lots of photos presented to see previous puppies.

Below is the puppies in this litter

Yellow Girl Bi Color (click photo to see colar)

Teal Girl (click photo to see colar)

Pink Girl bi color ($750, extra reduced price. Small Overbite)

Orangle Girl (sale pending)

Green Girl

For litters, keep scrolling but read this about dog food.

Please research your dog food.

Brands from A to Z rating. A real eye opener click link --->. Dog food reviews

We recommend Victor Dog Food. AMERICAN MADE! 0 recalls, affordable without jeopardizing quality.
Our Adults (1.5yrs) are fed Victor Professional. We have also had some good reports of NutriSource Adult Chicken/Rice. When mid age to senior dogs get a bit fat, starving them of protein and adding more fillers is not the way to handle it. In fact fillers (rice, beans, potato's peas etc.)are carbs causing fat. Just like humans the digestive system as we age, has a harder time digesting, so carnivore animals need high quality meat based protein, not plant protein. That would be like telling your grandparents to eat corn, rice and potato chips to loose weight. Dogs don't get high cholesterol so animal fat is not a problem for dogs. Portion control with good source of meat based protein is the best way to go for all life stages. If your dog is suffering weight get his thyroid checked. Very common issue for altered dogs.
Our Puppies over 8 weeks are fed Victor Hi Pro Plus .
Where to find a store near you to purchase Victor <--click here and enter your zip code

Ida and Hank (prices reduced)
Boys and Girls Available

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Born August 11th.Take home in October. 9 weeks old

Sire: Ugo
Dame: Fanny
65 lbs blk/red German 3/4 Show and 1/4 working Lines, DM Clear N/N, AKC, OFA hips & Elbows Good .

All individual photos of puppies are posted here. All have cleared the Vet health check and good to go.

Choice selection is based on when deposit is received.

Deposits are $250 to reserve you puppy. Click Purchase & Contact to know how to proceed if you want to reserve your puppy.

Below Are The Girls

Above Purple Girl (click photo to see collar)

Above Teal Girl (click photo to see collar)

Above Yellow Girl (click photo to see collar)

The Handsome Prince (LOL free to a good home)

New photos taken October 13, 2017 Availability is current as of October 14th.


Hips/Elbows Normal OFA DM A/N via DDC. blk/tan dob Nov 2015, 85 lbs, AKC, OFA

Hank's Sire: Tribute
Hank's Dam: Jennifer

50% W.German & 50% DDR East German Working lines

This litter will be close to 25/75 outrcoss German Working and German Show. No Long Coats In This Litter.

Please go to testimonials. Lots of photos presented to see previous puppies.

Below Are The Boys

Black Boy

Brown Boy

Green Boy

Red Boy


October 13 Picture taken above.

New Puppy First Day Home and More Help On Potty Training Socialising And Safe Happy Enviornment <--Click for puppy help training in home

Spay Neuter Requirements & Recommendations

Spay/neuter before 5 ½ months of age is associated with a 70% increased aged-adjusted risk of hip dysplasia .To read the entirety of the information on spay / neuter, click link supplied here. You must wait 1.5 year to alter your pet due to growth plates not completed in the hips until 1.5 years of age. Or Click This UTube Video With Dr. Becker Explaining in detail.

Abby and Hank

Bred September 29th

With success, birth estimated November 30th, & take home puppy Feb 1st, 2018

Photo to come.

Traditional blk/tan marks

Sire: Ugo
Dame: Jada
65 lbs blk/tan German 3/4 Show and 1/4 working Lines, AKC, OFA Good Hips and Elbows. DM Clear. In heat September 20th. We hope to get a tie in about a week.

All individual photos of puppies at 6wk-7wks, will be sent to buyers via email or texted or posted here. Selection of what puppy is yours is at 6-7 wks of age after Vet Health Checked and cleared.

Choice selection is based on when deposit is received.

See Fall/Winter List Below


HD-Passing / Elbows normal, DM A/N, blk/tan dob Nov 2015, 85 lbs, AKC, OFA

Hank's Sire: Tribute
Hank's Dam: Jennifer

50% DDR East German Working lines

Caesar will be back up stud if we need to do so.

Please go to testimonials. Lots of photos presented to see previous puppies.

We expect this litter to be traditional markings. A long coat is possible and standard plush coats.


Accepting deposits $250

2018 Waiting List

A list of males and list of females below. Choice of pup will still be based on when a deposit arrives. As each litter is born, we'll start placing Buyers from the top of the list below and work our way down. Depositors can elect to forgo the current litter offered and wait for the next litter(s) or accept a puppy from that litter that is born and available at that time. Buyers can forgo a litter(s) and wait for up to one year. Deposits are refundable if we can not supply a puppy of your choice; Example if a request for a short coat blk/tan male from a specific litter that has been announced bred and no males fitting that description is born from it, deposit is refundable.

This new way of listing people will guarantee that a Buyer does not get bumped down on the list or miss out if a dam of their choice does not become pregnant after a planned breeding or has all Females and they wanted a Male etc. Each will stay at their spot until they get the pup and sex from the litter they find acceptable for up to one year.

You can specify what breeding you most desire if you have a certain hopeful litter, but this has no set boundaries as each pup will be offered, in accordance to deposit arrivals, once they are born and we state what is available, people on the waiting list can decline and go to the next litter if they choose. Everyone listed below has sent a deposit, has been offered an available puppy above, but were not ready at this time for the puppy. We do not add people to the waiting list or make promises to contact people until a deposit has arrived.

Fall & Winter 2017/2018 litters waiting list

1. Weishel (2018)
2. Hood (on hold)

1. Cody (2018)
2. Esty / Luyten (2018)


Planned dogs to add to our program 2018

Planned young females 2018. Pending OFAs.

Destiny (very dark) out of Karma/Hassel, clear CBP OFA Good Hips/Elbows

Ziggy (very dark) pictured below, out of Zinnia/Tribute will be 2 in 2018 DM clear CBP


Planned young male for 2018. Pending OFAs & DM test.

Pasko (blk/red Highline West German Show). Will be 2yrs in 2018. Will photo him in the future when we get him OFA'ed and DM tested.


Get all the facts about dog food

See what your paying for and what your dog may be paying the price for or benefiting from. Just a little bit of your time to research will make a difference. Remember your dogs' diet relies solely on what you choose to give it. This is all they get to eat. If you ate the same thing 3 times a day all your life wouldn't you want to know if it was a balanced nutritional diet?

Brands from A to Z rating. A real eye opener. Dog food reviews

Each of us has a budget and each dog different. I recommend to feed your dog the very best type of kibble you can afford. But keep in mind, price of kibbles doesn't necessarily mean better. There are some very high end kibbles that are very good running $80 for 25 lbs if you can afford it. Origen is a top quality kibble and so is Acana that would be very good to feed your dog. Obviously the very best type you can purchase is raw frozen prepared (don't try to make your own unless you are very educated about how to go about it). Don't beat yourself up if you can't afford or have the time for raw diet. Most people can't do raw or dehydrated food, including myself. So that's why its even more important to find the very best dry kibble possible at an affordable price. So far I have not yet to find a brand that compares to Victor Pet Food Company for price and quality. Check out their cat food too and new canned dog food!

Video on dog diet from the best to worst type. How to read label

Currently our puppies are being fed Nutri-Source Chicken and Rice Small/Med breed Puppy and at 7 weeks we start to mix with Victor Hi Pro Plus. We recommend that you purchase a bag of Victor Hi Pro Plus (teal bag) to continue to feed your puppy after purchase. After 1.5 years of age when growth plates are completed in the hips, go to Victor Professional (purple bag). GSD's grow very fast and too fast of growth with too many fillers (rice, corn, potatos, peas, etc) or just simply feeding too much, can cause pano, also known as growing pains, and also is the #1 factor in causing bad joints. One of the dumbest things I've seen some advise is to feed your dog all he wants for 20min and then pick up the bowl. A healthy dog with a good appitite, like our pups have, would eat until they vomited and get diarrhea and be overweight in no time. This is bad bad advise. Don't do it! Each dog is different so take observations weekly on his/her weight. Stomach should not hang lower than rib cage and stomach should not stick out farther than rib cage but rib cage bumps should not be visible. See Chart

For our adults, we use and recommend the most, Victor Select-Professional. (Purple Bag) 4 star rating. On their site for dogs over 6 months old, click "find a Store" and enter your zip. You will not find this brand at large chains. Victor Dog food is getting easier to find and Chewy's now carries this with reasonable price plus shipping to your door. We get ours delivered from Fairbury NE. Other states appear to have it more accessible.

See below for other options for dog food brands that are at large pet food chains if you are unable to purchase Victor.

These have quality key ingredients, whole meats, not animal bi-products (which is junk left over from an animal after meat is cut off and not fit for human consumption), no corn, are chelated (easy digestion), have added probiotics(promote growth of healthy bacteria for intestine/immune digestion health).
Carefully Read here and know ahead of time so you purchase the right bag.

See here why higher protein does not mean necessarily mean higher quality. I seldom look at that %. Look at the ingredients and where the % protein is coming from. Any type of meat Bi-product or corn is always always bad!!!

It is probably safe to say that if you get at least a 4 star rated dog food you will be ok. I found most anything under 4 star rated dog food drops significantly in quality, such as Royal Canin (2.5 star), IAM's(3 star), Eukanuba (3.5 star), begin to get a lot of fillers, questionable controversial ingredients and main meat source bi-products, have added corn, most often not chelated, and no healthy probiotics.

Remember 2007 when so many dogs died from a recall on dog food and most people did not know until it was too late. To get email alert find out ASAP if your dog food is on recall.


Info about Elbow Dysplasia (ED) but more properly called Degenerative Joint Disease (DJD).

German Shepherd Dog % of innocents of DJD or ED See all breeds and compare.

German Shepherd Dog % of Hip dysplasia. See all breeds and compare.

See here also all breeds Degenerative Myolopothy (DM) % of incidences.



Information on Coat length

The whole package must be wrapped up in a coat which is capable of withstanding temperatures ranging over a 150 degree variance. Animals working in the tropics must tolerate temperatures of well over 100 degrees, while those in the Canadian north may face temperatures of minus 40, so cold that exposed skin can freeze almost instantly. Obviously then, the amount of undercoat a dog carries will depend entirely on the climate he lives in, and should be judged accordingly. A very short or mole coat may be less attractive, but it could cope with extreme heat better (Fig 12). Normal coated dogs who possess the recessive long coat gene seem to show a little extra plushness and density (Fig 13). True long coats, which are no longer acceptable under the standard, can vary from an apparently normal coat with a bit of fringing at the ears and behind the legs, to a coat that a show collie would envy (Fig 14). The latter can be a chore to groom, and is not really practical, but it is weatherproof. I've never seen a coat which had no undercoat at all, but I've noticed that in very long coats, the long, soft undercoat mingles with the long, soft guard hairs so that they can be very hard to tell apart. The coat should be flat, not kinky or curled, but this is probably more esthetic that strictly practical. There are any number of hardy, cold weather breeds with curly and broken coats that have braved icy waters and winds for generations. While no one would want to see a kinky coated shepherd, a little wavy hair over the back or croup is not uncommon and is of no practical consequence whatever. -- Linda Shaw MBA

GSD Breed Types:

Are you curious as to the different colors that are produced in German Shepherds and what it may signify in temperaments? Answers below are my general observation based on extensive research and ownership of the different "types".Answer: There are two major types of German Shepherds, Working and Show . There are always exception to the the norm, but below is common for their "type".

Typical Working: DDR & Czech. Sable, solid black, bi-color and/or darker features. Czech have higher drive and agility. Performance is key and tend to not be quite as big. DDR's are noted for size, have blockier stout bodies and/or heads with not quite as much drive as their counter part Czech. Pros=Workable. Cons=non-typical colors and may be too much energy for an inactive family that does not want a dog with a high drive. These types likely will become destructive if lots of mental and physical activities do not take place.

German Show: black and red. Usually have substantial drive but usually wont excel in agility as well as working lines. They tend to have good size structure and excellent rich colors. Caution to check pedigree for too much in-breeding (line-breeding). Pros=Color and appearances. Cons=Top line back (roached).

American Show: black and tan/cream. American show snubs all Working GS dogs in their show ring and most German Show lines. They prioritizes body length, angulation, and their custom bred flying trot. American show lines usually have a lower drive and are better suited for less active people or show fanciers. Pros=AKC Shows only. Cons=Limited abilities, unstable frame with loose knocked back knees and typically lack nerves and I have personally observed a high incident of skin allergies.

What we do at Sehr Gut Wesen: Outcrossing. This is a cross between German Working and German Show lines. Our goal is to promote diversity and bring together positive attributes of both types. We do not have any American lines. GS dogs have more to offer than running them in circles in a ring and posing them for an exaggerated sloping backs with crumpled hind legs. Outcrossing will produce straight back frames. The end result is more of an old fashion, early type looking GSD. We avoid line-breeding.

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An "oversized" or "giant" German Shepherd can look quite impressive but.....GSD Dogs in general were intended to be MEDIUM-sized, athletic, and agile. Small dogs have their share of miss proportioned health issues due to humans wanting something out of the ordinary. But there is also plenty of research to show that the same goes for the larger than normal breeds for their intended frame. The larger the dog the higher the incidents of joint problems, torsion/bloat problems, OCD problems, and heart problems. A GSD was never designed to handle 120+ pounds. In fact the founder's original breeding stock was much smaller 55-65 lbs, than the average GSD you'll see today.

Normal Size German Shepherd is good!

We Are Licenced by the State of Nebraska:

Note: Just because a dog is AKC or APR registered does not mean it has good hips or health or even comes from a reputable breeder. It just simply means the dog had a piece of paper signed and mailed into AKC or APR. It is the Breeder's responsibility to select healthy dogs and provide healthy environments. It is the Buyers responsibility to purchase from Breeders who screen their dogs for genetic disorders, maintain healthy environments, and supply a health guarantee. Any Breeder who has 3 or more breeding female dogs is required to be licensed. Unfortunately in the USA, x-raying hips and elbows is not required and only an option for the Breeder. We have taken the extra effort to to have our breeding dogs' hips and elbows x-rayed and HD-Fair or (A3) or better. Selected dogs are DM tested via OFA prior to breeding them to insure that none of the offspring will be at risk for DM. All documentation is on hand.

Never buy from a pet shop or someone who won't let you see the parent dogs or puppy prior to purchase. Take caution to puppies registered other than AKC. Other registries have less regulations than AKC.

We are and have been licensed and inspect for years by The State of Nebraska. We have also been inspected by AKC. What do these Inspector inspect? Proper housing, bedding, pen size and cleanliness, health of dogs, permanent identification via tattoo or microchip, AKC transfers, up-to-date vet records, food storage, pest control, and order and accuracy of paperwork on each dog and every puppy produced. Surprise inspection are the norm. This keeps the Breeder accountable year-round.