Tataben Hades x Gipfel Freyja Burton

DM Clear by parentage


Sid at 13 months
Rahvin @ 12 weeks
Sid at 13 months
Sid at 5 months

Sid is our special boy. Sid came into the world in the usual way but soon after birth developed aspirational pneumonia requiring several days of special care – being 2nd hourly tube fed and kept nice and warm. He responded to it very well. There were a few days there that we did not think that he would survive.

As you can see Sid has grown and matured into a very handsome young dog weighing in at 44kg and 67.5cm to his wither.  It is now time for Sid to venture out into the world and go to his forever home.  Sid would ideally suit a family with no cats or male dogs.  Sid is gentle and extremely affectionate – essentially a big cuddly bear that enjoys nothing more than human companionship. Sid requires lots of grooming and plenty of human interaction.  He is great with kids and puppies. Sid is lead, crate and house trained. Although Sid is well mannered he is essentially still a very large and powerful puppy that requires strong leadership and continued training.

Sid is DM clear, up to date with all vaccinations and worming and will be desexed prior to leaving us. Sid is LIFETIME registered with NSW Companion Animal.

Expression of Interest

Companionship, family pet, sporting, etc
What particular traits drew you to choose a GSD?
GSDs are an active intelligent breed, they are a working dog. GSDs need to be trained otherwise can become unruly. They require frequent socialisation to people, other dogs, cats, young children, loud noise, crowds and the world in general. They also require regular exercising and play time.
Although children and dogs can be a fantastic combination, young children need to be aware of how gentle to be around the new puppy and what is expected of them.
If the answer is yes, then perhaps a hypoallergenic breed may suit better suit your needs.
The GSD sheds heavily year-round, and “blows” its undercoat (the thick, dense fur under the harsh top coat) twice a year requiring regular grooming which not only keeps your dog and home clean but allows the you to check them for any new lumps or bumps or anything that may need treatment. It is also time to bond with your dog.
A GSD must be taught manners in the house and with guests, children and the elderly; he must not be allowed to roam free or intimidate passers-by. While GSDs are relatively easy to train, they can respond best and will achieve more with positive reinforcement training rather than training that employs harsh methods, choke or shock collars.
Being with your GSD is completely different than playing with your GSD. Walking your GSD may not seem exciting to do every day, however it is a necessity. They need to be continuously stimulated regardless of the weather and your motivation levels.
Keep in mind that the average cost of ownership of any German Shepherd Dog for a year is $1,600 – $2,000.
Call: +61 456 822 091
Copyright Tèarmannair © 2022 All rights reserved