We Support American Veterans
The owners of Bluegrass Country German Shepherds are proud to support American Veterans, Military Personnel, Police and First Responders. To show our appreciation, Bluegrass Country German Shepherds offers a 10% discount to the afore mentioned American Heroes. Verification of eligibility is required. In addition we "DONATE" one AKC-registered German Shepherd puppy from each litter to a veteran, first responder, or active service member.
Pictured is our "A" litter donation AJA with his handler Walter Belden. Walter Belden is a disabled USMC Vietnam veteran. Walter and AJA started training at Duffy's Dog training facilities in Jeffersonville Indiana. Walter and AJA were accepted by Dogs Helping Heroes to continue AJA's training as a mobility service dog. AJA obtained his CGC (Canine Good Citizen) title and has since completed his training as a mobility assistance service dog.
Our current list of donated puppies include:
"A" litter (2) - certified service dogs
- AJA von Bluegrass Country CGC (Mobility Assistance Service Dog)
- Archer von Bluegrass Country CGC TKN (Medical Alert)
"B" litter (2) - First Responder and active Military
"C" Litter (1) - Military Recipient
"D" Litter (1) - Military Recipient
- Dolly (training medical alert service dog)
"E" Litter (1) - Disabled Veteran
- Eastwood von Bluegrass Country CGC (Mobility Assistance Service Dog)
"F" Litter (1) - Veteran/First Responder
Congratulations to Justin and Eastwood von Bluegrass Country CGC.
Justin was the Veteran recipient of our E litter. He chose Eastwood von Bluegrass Country. Eastwood started his obedience training with Justin immediately and passed his CGC test at 7 months of age. Eastwood is right on track to do amazing things with his veteran companion.
Thank you, Justin for your service.
Dogs Helping Heroes is a not for profit organization that helps restore lost freedom and peace of mind to wounded veterans and first responders. For more information on how you can help America's heroes please visit: www.dogshelpingheroes.org