Welcome to Mymaremma! Explore this site to learn about the Maremma breed, to find out about past puppies and to connect with useful information about homesteading with guardian dogs. We are not breeding again until 2022. Click this link to view a video of previous years puppies and their farm.
Litter of 7 from 2019.
Here are last 2018 pups they all found forever farms!
Pups were $450 if reserved until 8 weeks and $600 at 12 weeks, 1,000 at 6 months and 1,200 at 8 months. All Sold except Piper now Vidar as we kept him.
Location: Virginia 22534
Breed: Maremma Sheepdogs
Registered: no (mom can be, dad line untraced) both working.
Date of Birth: June 5th 2019
Date ready to leave: 7/31/19 at the earliest (8 weeks) if acceptable farm with another guardian dog. 8/31/19 (12 weeks) or can stay longer if buyer would like for training from mom and dad with food and board expenses.
Breeder support for purchaser: yes
Written contract: no
Other: Parents are on site and are both excellent working dogs. Puppies were born out in the sheep pen and exposed to sheep, dairy cows, horses and chickens. They can be cable trained with chickens at buyers request.
Health testing of parents: Regular check ups for female. Male sees farm vet for shots, has not needed a vet since puppy time.
Worming schedule: 4, 6, 8, weeks, additional if here.
Vaccination schedule: 11 weeks, 14 weeks additional if here.
Microchipped: no, can be at buyers expense.
There was some breeder delivery available for East coast for a fee. Two pups went to upstate New York and one went to Massachusetts, and two went to North Carolina
Please explore this site for more info or email me at email@example.com:
This site was created to assist in determining if a Maremma is the right type of dog for prospective buyers farm or homesteading needs. Click the links to learn about the breed, why we breed, how to train the Maremma to guard your farm and to view currently available pups. We love our dogs and their pups and will do all we can to place pups in the best possible environments according to how they respond to exposure to animal kinds. We have a variety of live stock (sheep, chickens, chicks, horses, and cows ) and offer exposure to these animals through fencing or face to face depending on the kind and the age of the pup. We also have domestic dogs and cats as well as farm visitors and children that are part of the natural environment on our homestead. Pups are able to be cable trained after 10 weeks for individualized exposure to poultry.