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Indiana: Greater Swiss Mountain Dog Breeders
Below is a sample search of our Greater Swiss Mountain Dog breeders with puppies for sale. The search tool above returns a list of breeders located listings located nearest to the zip or postal code you enter. From there you can see photos of their pups, find out detailed information on their web page and contact them by email, phonoe or even get driving directions.
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Additional Information: We have companion and show puppies available occasionally. Health guarantee and micro chipped. All our dogs are AKC registered and OFA certified.Champion stud service available. Members of the GSMDCA.
100 Acre Swissies
Additional Information: Located in WNY and member of GSMDCA and SouthboundGSMDC since 2003. 100 Acre Swissies are breed for health, temperament and working ability. Summer litter planned. Serious inquires are always welcome!
Dufenhof Greater Swiss
Additional Information: Devoted to Swissies since 1992! Breeding happy, healthy, handsome GSMD for families. GSMDCA member/AKC Breeder of Merit. Male pup avail/winter 2014/15 litter www.dufenhof.com email@example.com
Greetings... If you are considering adding a Greater Swiss Mountain Dog to your family please take a moment to get to know the breed -- the... ...
Nox Greater Swiss Mountain Dogs
Additional Information: AKC Breeder of Merit. GSMDCA member since 1994. Founding member of Chesapeake & Potomac GSMD club. Health,temperament, and working ability are priorities in my breeding program.
Dear Perspective Puppy Buyer, Please visit my web page at www.noxgsmd.com to see photographs, read blogs, and meet the Swissies... ...
Additional Information: CKC/AKC Greater Swiss Mountain Dogs. Champion bloodlines. Health clearances on all breeding stock. Puppies available occasionally. Wonderful companion/family/farm dogs.
Additional Information: Well socialized puppies available to approved family homes, All parents on site to meet.... retired adult dogs available occasionally ...litter of pups born Feb 2015...available early April 2015
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