The German Shepherd Dog Club of South Australia (GSDCSA) advises that the details listed in the Breeders Directory, Stud Dog Directory, Puppy and Older Dog Listing are authorised for publication by the breeders/owners concerned. The GSDCSA offers no warranty of any kind in relation to:
- any puppies offered for sale by a breeder through the Breeders Directory and/or Puppy Listing;
- any older dogs offered for sale by a breeder/owner through the Breeders Directory and/or Older Dog Listing; and
- the use of Stud Dogs listed in the Stud Directory.
The GSDCSA has been advised that any breeders contained in this listing have/will abide by the Regulations as set down by the GSDCSA. The GSDCSA does not enter into any negotiations between the Breeder and buyers and remains an independent entity. The Committee of the GSDCSA reserves its rights to decline or withdraw any listing or cancel this site without prior notice.
Breed Affairs Committee
The Breed Affairs Committee is headed up by the 2nd Vice President and meetings are held throughout the year.
Members of this committee look after areas such as:
- Breed Survey
- Conformation Training Classes
- Conformation Shows
- HD/ED Control Scheme for SA
- Identification of GSD’s for SA
- Youth Affairs
The Breed Standard can be found on the GSDCA website at http://www.gsdcouncilaustralia.org/breed-standard/
Articles relating to the Breed
Articles can be found on the GSDCA website at http://www.gsdcouncilaustralia.org/articles-of-interest/
Genetic Basics of Colour Inheritance by Herr Lothar Quoll. Translated to English. CLICK HERE
Breed Improvement Schemes
For further information relating to the German Shepherd Dog Council of Australia Naitonal Breed Improvement Schemes go to http://www.gsdcouncilaustralia.org/breed-matters/
Forms for Breed Survey and Hip & Elbow schemes are available in Forms.
German Shepherd Health and Welfare
The GSDCA has set up a GSD Health and Welfare Subcommittee to monitor, investigate and recommend remedial action on emerging disorders that may affect breed development. Through these initiatives, the GSDCA and its affiliate members have built up much knowledge and resources on the veterinary aspects of many disorders/conditions which may affect the German Shepherd Dog.
Over the years, many articles have been published by the GSDCA in its National Review Magazine to inform GSD enthusiasts of topical veterinary and health matters.
To report disorders, conditions and health matters observed or diagnosed in German Shepherd Dogs or Puppies to the Hereditary Diseases Scheme, please forward information to the GSDCA so it may gather all available data to better understand what may be occurring and affecting breed development. Information on the GSD Council Australia Health & Welfare reporting program can be found here.
Inherited diseases, conditions and disorders
The German Shepherd Dog is known to suffer from a number of conditions and genetic diseases and disorders. The link below will take you to the page on the GSDCA website which is dedicated to articles which will inform and educate regarding the conditions which have been known on occasions to affect the GSD.