We run this company together with my wife Tess. We were born in Poland and we spent our childhood and part of our adult life there. From early childhood, we have always been accompanied by animals, dogs, cats, birds, aquariums with fish. We were brought up with a sense of responsibility and love for our companions. And it has remained so until today. In our home there is and will always be a German Shepherd and a cat, always treated as family members. Some time ago we decided to register a company that will import purebred German Shepherd puppies. Our goal was to bring to the Canadian market typical German Shepherds from Europe, beautiful, purebred and very intelligent, dogs that always stand out among other dogs. Everyone gets their attention seeing these dogs on the street walking with their proud owner. We work only with proven, well-known breeders of German Shepherds on the Polish market. All imported puppies are registered in the Polish Kennel Club and at the same time in the FCI. Having an FCI pedigree allows you to register with the CKC in Canada.To be able to import puppies to Canada, we must have a current Import Permit issued by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Goverment of Canada.
The multi-page Permit specifies the exact conditions that must be met for the import of puppies to be safe and checked.Each puppy is accompanied by a signed certificate of a veterinarian that clearly identifies the animal. The dogs being presented for importation and those in the kennel of origin must be certified as healthy and free of all clinical evidence of contagious orinfectious disease and, as far as can be determined, exposure thereto. The dogs must be presented for inspection at the first Canadian port of entry within48 hours of the time of inspection by the certifying veterinarian in the country of origin.No cases of distemper, hepatitis, parvo virus, or parainfluenza must have occurred in the kennel of origin for ninety (90) days preceding the date ofshipment. The puppies must have been vaccinated for distemper, hepatitis, parvo virus, and parainfluenza, no earlier than six weeks of age, with vaccinesapproved for that purpose by the federal veterinary service of the country of origin. At the time of examination for health certification, the puppies musthave been not less than eight weeks of age at the time of examination. Dogs entering Canada under permit must be identified by an electronic microchip. Each puppy must be certified to be fit to be transported without undue suffering by reason of infirmity, illness, injury, fatigue or other cause duringthe expected journey. They may be ordered removed from Canada if the manner of shipping is found to be in contravention of transport regulations underthe Health of Animals Regulations.
Puppies must be accompanied by a declaration by the certifying veterinarian or shipper in the country of origin stating: When transport is byair, transportation of the puppy is in accordance with the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Live Animal Regulations, approved by theOffice International des Epizooties (OIE). For all forms of transport, suitable arrangements have been made for the feeding, watering and care of thepuppies during transportation, as far as can be determined. Young puppies being shipped without their dam have been fully weaned prior to export.
Documentation for importation must be presented to a CFIA inspector at the first point of entry. The shipment of puppies must be presented to aCFIA inspector designated under the Health of Animals Act at the first point of entry.
All documents are always available to the potential buyer. Each puppy has a health book with proof of all vaccinations and is dewormed.
Come to Brockville, see for yourself these beautiful, healthy and happy puppies. We have the opinion of many happy owners of our puppies. You can check it in the gallery and their testimonials.
Greetings and we look forward to a possible meeting with you .......
Tess & Jack M.