Kennel Von Erz Hugel
Below are some questions we feel are important to know before we place
a puppy or an adult dog in a new home. Energy levels, personalities and
temperaments can vary from litter to litter and even within the same litter.
After many years experience we have developed a very successful
system of placing puppies and dogs in homes that are appropriate for
both the pup/dog and the new family. There is not one question that will
necessarily disqualify a new owner. We ask for
honesty and in return we
will help you choose a pup to suit your lifestyle.
Your information will not be shared with any other parties.
Street Address
State and Zip Code
Phone Numbers:
Who are the people the dog will live with or
have regular contact with?
Please list names and ages.
Any allergies to dogs among people that
will have regular contact with the dog?
Have all family members agreed to bring a
new dog/puppy home?
Please list other pets in your home,
including names, ages, species, breed and
how they will get along with a new
dog/puppy in their home.
Do you intend to add any other pets or
animals to your family?  
As an adult, have you owned a dog or
dogs?  If yes, what breeds?
Have you ever surrendered a pet?
If yes, for what reasons?
What activities do you intend to include your
new dog in?
How much time on a daily/weekly basis can
you commit to your new dog?
Will there be days, on a regular basis, when
your new dog will be left alone for more than
4 hours?
Please describe your home, including
aproximate size, land area, rent or own,
homeowners or condo associations, etc
Are there any restrictions regarding German
Shepherds with your insurance companies?
Homeowners/Condo associations?
City/Town? Any other?
Do you have a fenced area available for your
new dog?  If yes describe fence material,
height, any gaps?
How will you exercise your dog?
Please list your veterinarian including
address and phone.
What food will you feed your new dog?
Who will groom your new dog?
(Brush, bath, nails. etc)
Do you have experience training dogs?
Please describe any experience.
(None is OK)
Who will train your dog?  
Do you intend to compete in a sport such as
IPO, French Ring, Agility, Flyball, etc?
Do you intend to train your dog for work
such as Search/Rescue, Assistance Dog,
Therapy Dog or any other work/tasks? .
Please add any additional information you
would like us to know
How did you find EuroHund or were you
referred by someone?