If you have been directed to this page it is because we were impressed by you Expression of Interest form in which you provided your details and information about yourself, your family and home and lifestyle you can offer a Tèarmannair puppy and would like to take this opportunity to invite you to join our waiting list for our exciting up and coming litter:
TATABEN HADES x GIPFEL FREYJA BURTONExpected due date: Early May 2023
We expect a combination of sable and/or black/tan puppies with a possibility of both Stock Coats (SC) and Long Stock Coats (LSC) as well. In 2022 this mating produced SABLES only and both SC and LSC puppies. See previous litter images and information here.
Your Tèarmannair puppy will cost AU$3,500 on the Limited Register which means they are not eligible for breeding or conformation showing. They able participate in all canine sports such as obedience and agility.
Main Register puppies are sold only to Registered Breeders for the purpose of show/breeding. These puppies are selected for their exceptional temperament, conformation and bloodlines and are priced accordingly. Please contact us for specific litter pricing.
Your Tèarmannair puppy comes with ANKC Certified Pedigree papers. All ANKC breeders must abide the Code of Ethics outlined on the ANKC and the Dogs NSW, Code of Ethics website. Therefore, Tèarmannair as a member is bound by this code of ethics and are not permitted to sell puppies without papers under any exception, so please do not ask. For more information click here.
All Tèarmannair puppies are microchipped and registered with the NSW Companion Animals Register and also with the Australiasian Animal Registry via a prepaid form (to be completed and posted by new owner) provided in your puppy pack.
When Tèarmannair Kennels agrees to part with one of our puppies, it is in the understanding that it will be to a “forever home“. Having said that, if for ANY reason your circumstances change and you can no longer keep your dog we will endeavour to take back any puppy/dog we have bred or assist you where possible to find the the perfect home for them.
At Tèarmannair Kennels we strive for excellence therefore each mating is the culmination of research and consideration in regards to improving ours lines. When we breed our animals consideration is taken in how we can improve form, function and temperament of our breeding lines. Our breeding stock are all DNA screened for known issues within the breed, guaranteeing that we never produce pups that are “affected“. We keep the best prospect of the litter to enrich our lines with the remainder of the puppies offered as pets to suitable homes.
Tèarmannair puppies will have had their 6 weeks vaccinations which cover Distemper, Hepatitis, Parvovirus, Bordetella and Canine Parainfluenza immunisations prior to leaving. A second vaccination will be required at the age of 9 weeks or age and a third and final vaccination at twelve weeks of age. These vaccinations will maintain protection against Distemper, Hepatitis and Parvovirus for up to twelve months.
The most common intestinal worms that affect dogs in Australia are roundworm, hookworm, whipworm and tapeworm. Loss of appetite, vomiting, diarrhoea and in severe cases even death are just some of the symptoms a dog can experience from a worm infestation.
Common worms are controllable with a routine worming treatment for puppies. Tèarmannair puppies are wormed every two weeks until twelve weeks of age. You will need to continue worming your puppy monthly until six months of age. After six months all dogs need to be wormed every three months for effective protection.
A dog affected by Heartworm will have an infestation of long thin worms (up to 30cm in length) lodged in the heart and vessels that feed on surrounding blood. Immature stages of heartworm are spread by mosquitoes when they bite dogs. Prevention is possible through a monthly or annual preparation. Puppies should be started on prevention from 12 weeks of age – talk with your vet for the best prevention treatment for your puppy. Click here for more information.
Most vets will tell you that the optimum time for desexing is five to six months of age, when the animal is approaching sexual maturity but before they come on heat. We do not support this recommendation.
Whilst desexing reduces the number of unwanted puppies and in females significantly reduces the risk of uterine infections and mammary cancer and in males, cancer of the prostate gland we recommend that you research for yourself to enable you to make an informed decision.
All Tèarmannair puppies are guaranteed NOT AFFECTED by parentage and come with copies of their parents DNA profiles. Further information on Degenerative Myelopathy can be found here.
Puppies come with a Puppy Pack containing:
Adding a puppy as a new member to the family is an exciting time and requires a great deal of consideration, research and planning. If you have decided on a Tèarmannair GSD and have completed our Expression of Interest, the next step is to understand the process, terms and conditions of purchasing a Tèarmannair puppy.
At Tèarmannair we want you to have the best experience in the process of purchasing your puppy with clear communications and expectations of the process and what to expect. Therefore, we have a clear step-by-step process that we adhere to, thus avoiding any unnecessary misunderstandings or disappointment by either party.
Therefore we request that you carefully read through and if agreeable to Tèarmannair’s processes, terms and condition of sale, submit the below form to be placed on the Tèarmannair Waiting List.
Please contact Dogs NSW via email email@example.com to verify my membership.