Denali Kennels is a small kennel / German Shepherd breeder
located southeast of Colorado Springs, CO concentrating
on temperament, health, trainability, and beauty with
working ability. Our German Shepherd Dogs are of mostly
European stock, either directly imported or from
imported parents. Our breeding goals are to
produce the "golden middle" with dogs that are able to
do any job required of them without being so driven that
one cannot live with them in the home environment.
We want to produce dogs that are not only a joy to look
at, but also a joy to live and work with daily. We
strive to produce moderately angulated dogs with the
ability to do what the breed was designed to do in the
beginning - work.
Letter from the President -
It is with a heavy heart that I must announce
that as of April 15th 2011, Denali Kennels will
be taking an extended break from breeding after
12 years of producing some of the best dogs,
pets, buddies, service animals and sport dogs
Denali Kennels will remain available to honor
our commitment to our clients and owners to
provide telephone support and advice for the life of the
We are currently placing our remaining dogs, if
you are interested in purchasing one of our
babies, please visit our available dogs page and
contact us at
firstname.lastname@example.org for purchase
information and price.
We appreciate all of those who have been a part
of our lives for so long, we love hearing from
you after all these years and your emails mean
the world to us. Thank you. Please keep in touch
and let us know how your little monsters are
doing we still love pictures!
Thank you again,
President and Chief Operating Officer
Denali Kennels, Inc.
What's new to Denali Kennels - German Shepherd Breeders
We have 2
dogs available for adoption - 11 year old
Fassa and 4 year old Iggy,See them HERE
Our health record so far:
out of over 200 pups we have 3 with any CONFIRMED form of Hip Dysplasia; 2 with non-genetic cancer, 1 with
elbow dysplasia, 2 that experienced bloat (and the bloodline has been removed), 4 with pano (wandering lameness
that is outgrown),
and 1 with perianal fistulas (and the bloodline has been removed) and now 1 pannus. We have had
NO KNOWN cases of bleeding disorders, DM, or epilepsy.
[dogs] never talk about themselves but listen to you
while you talk about yourself, and keep up an
appearance of being interested in the conversation."
--Jerome K. Jerome
German Shepherd Breeder, German Shepherd Breeders, German Shepherd Kennels
Updated:July 03, 2011