Home Grown

All of the puppies I breed are raised inside the house around people, other dogs, and normal household noises. They are all well-socialized before leaving my care.
Dirk and Dora v Bergweiler

Bergweiler babies go on frequent trips to town or to the homes of friends, exposing them to a variety of other dogs, people, and living environments. Any pup remaining in my home after eight weeks of age is started on housetraining, sleeps in its own crate in the house, and is introduced to fun, motivational obedience and tracking fundamentals. Structured play encourages their natural food, toy, and prey drives.

A Lifetime Match

Aldo v Bergweiler
Bergweiler German Shepherd Dogs attract people who want a life-long commitment to their dog as a member of their family. People who want a dog who will give them their all. Read what some folks have to say about their Bergweiler puppies.

The Bergweiler family continues to grow with people willing to commit to their dog and stick by them even through their tough times, knowing that they have the potential to be "stars."
Aare vom Bergweiler aka "Rizzo"


Every Bergweiler puppy goes to its new home with a full health, hip, and elbow guarantee. We remain available for follow-up care, behavior, and training advisory assistance for the lifetime of your Bergweiler puppy.

When a Bergweiler puppy goes to its new home, it doesn't leave our family; it extends our family to include yours. If you would like to join the Bergweiler family, please contact Annie Weiler for information about available puppies and upcoming breedings.

Bergweiler German Shepherd Dogs
Annie Weiler, Proprietor

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