PLANNED PUPPY LITTERS
VonBIOS has produced and adopted to suitable families and handlers, the following German Shepherd Dog females. All of them have Breeding Agreements with VonBIOS. Each of these females has been, or will be, assessed for appropriate Hip and Elbow Displasia and given a full DNA profile to identify, utilise or negate potential health issues, as well as identify attributes and influences on the genetics of any progeny to be produced.
Each litter has on average eight (8) puppies per litter. It can be assumed that the gender mix is 50/50. However, as per Litters "F" and "G", this numbers were low, like, 3 for litter "F" and 1 for litter "G". In the case of litter "C", there were 10 in the litter, consisting of 5 males and 5 females. For Litter "E", there were 10 in the litter, requiring on this occasion, a Caesarean section. 2 puppies died in utero resulting in 4 females and 4 males.
German Shepherd Dog females generally have a season every six (6) months (twice yearly), though this can be vary to every four (4) months.
From the list below, it would appear that VonBIOS might have eight (8) litters between April 20 and May 18, 2021. The puppies would be available from about June 6, 2021 to August 10, 2021, based on best guestimates, influenced by some reasonable record keeping by the owners of the VonBIOS females in question.
We have about 20 persons approved (Detailed Application, Video chat, Deposit Paid and Drving Licences copy swapped) and on our Puppy Waiting List. Based on the females below and the anticipated puppies per litter, we might have available 72 puppies. If this is the case, VonBIOS may not produce puppies where the demand and the quality of prospective handler families does not warrant such numbers. Of course, as VonBIOS has about 65% of our approved applicants wanting all black males, this may influence the litters to be planned for and produced.
If you feel that you may be interested in a VonBIOS German Shepherd Dog puppy, complete the Puppy Adoption Inquiry form to initiate further exploration of mutual interest.