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FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

At Canine Extreme we pride ourselves on customer service and assisting our customers with as much information as possible prior to selecting the "right" puppy for you family home. Below please find some of the most common questions regarding our German Shepherds. If you don't find the exact answers your looking for in this section we encourage you to Contact Us with any questions. We are also happy to speak with fellow German Shepherd Enthusiasts.
  • Pricing - How Much Are Your Dogs?

    Puppies- (8 wks to 6 months) $2,500 to $3,500. 

    Young Dogs (6 to 12 months) - $5,000 to  $8,500

    Adult Dogs (12 months and older) - $10,000 to $45,000

    All dogs sold through Canine Extreme come with an extensive vet check and Health Guarantee.  If the dogs are imported they will come with their AKC reg. as well as German FCI/SV Pink papers. If the dogs are born in the USA they will come with their AKC registration.

    All puppies that are born in the USA arealso eligible for our C.E. Champions Program.

  • What Is The C.E. Champions Program?

    Basically our Champions Program gives you the opportunity to earn money from Canine Extreme for titles earned.  We want to reward our customers for the hard work and dedication that it takes to obtain titled in SchH, IPO, Confirmation and BH.  Our incentives range from $50- $250 depending on the level of title that you earn.  In order to qualify for this program you must have purchased a Canine Extreme puppy from us that has "Canine Extreme" in his name.

  • How much is your C.E. K9 Boot Camp and what does it include?

    Our C.E. K9 Boot Camp runs about a month long and is $2,500 ($1,500 for dogs purchased from Canine Extreme) per month. This includes boarding, food and daily training of the dog.

  • Do You Recomend Dog Health Insurance?

    Healthy Paws Pet Insurance and Foundation.
    Vet bills can get pretty costly over the lifespan of a dog and just like most families we at Canine Extreme always want the very best for our dogs and our extended dog families!  This is why we are pleased to announce that Canine Extreme has partnered with Healthy Paws Pet Insurance & Foundation.

    As featured on ABC News, Healthy Paws Pet Insurance & Foundation is the leading and number 1 ranked pet insurance company for 2013 and expected 2014.  Here is a brief overview..

    • - Consistently #1 in Customer Satisfaction by Dog Parents & 3rd Parties
    • - Customize your reimbursement and deductible levels to fit your budget
    • - Most comprehensive choice for dogs & puppies
    • - Unlimited Lifetime Benefits + Annual Deductible
    • - Includes Emergency Care, Alternative Treatments, advanced testing, surgeries, hospital stays and prescription medications
    • - No claim caps period
    • Healthy Paws Pet Insurance covers everything that matters including injuries, illnesses, genetic conditions, and emergency care. With unlimited lifetime benefits, protect your pet with the #1 customer-rated pet insurance plan! Get a free quote and let Healthy Paws pay your vet bills while you care for your pet.
  • Are All German Shepherds Born With Floppy Ears?

    Yes, all German shepherd puppies are born with floppy ears. As they grow the cartilage in the ear will begin to strengthen and the ear will slowly start to stand up.  This can happen anywhere between 6 weeks on up to months.  Normally you will get one ear to stand, then the other and your puppy will go through a growth spurt and they will both flop down again. You will also see your puppies ears both up in the morning and then as they get tired the ears begin to fall again.  This is a normal process that takes place over several months in the beginning of your pups life.  To entourage the ears to be strong it is of course recommended that you try your best to avoid rubbing them ruff or consistently petting them backward.  The more you leave their ears alone in the beginning the easier it will be for the cartilage to grow strong and for the ears to erect.  Exercising the dog with the ball or toy will also help the ears to stand up.  It's the excitement that encourages the ears to come up nice strong.