The German Shepherd is the 2nd most popular dog in the US
and the 3rd smartest dog in the World is the German Shepherd
The German Shepherd is most versatile dog in the entire world.
We are Licensed and Inspected by the US Department of Agriculture
Walt Sr Bach (Pops) & Kelly Ann Bach (Daughter) & Walt Jr Bach (Son)
Friends & New Friends
Teresa’s plush coat girl from the “T” Litter “Remi“ at 7 weeks old
Nakia & Family and their proud female “Vader“
Lisa, Anthony & Family’s “Rozie“
Mike’s “Emma“ at the beach
Jess with “Storm“ at 13 weeks of age
Bruce’s 75 pound Puppy “Ariel“
Attila’s daughter “Raina“ at 13 weeks of age
Attila’s son “Maximus“ at 6 months of age
Our mission at von BachHaus Kennel is to breed only the finest adult German Shepherd dogs available. Whether you are looking for a show dog, breeding dog, working dog, or even a personal family companion, we have the perfect German Shepherd for you.
Here at von BachHaus Kennel, when we mate a pair of German Shepherds, we look for the male that is sure to meet all of our standards and is a Titled Champion. We always use stud dogs that have earned a Championship title and also excel in IPO1 and Schutzhund Training.
Our females are also from championship German Lineage.
All of our German Shepherds are bred with proper Temperament, Drive,
Superior Health, Train-abilityand Intelligencein mind.
We are also a breeder with sound health a primary factor for our breeding requirements. You can rest assured that you are getting one of the finest German Shepherds available when you get your puppy from
Our 2013 von BachHaus Kennel Truck.
Our 6 week old male Puppy “Attila“
Kindness Rather than Predator
This is our female German Shepherd
Akita von Lotta
Akita is nursing a newborn doe in our home
after a motorist had hit and killed the mother
on Highway 211 in Raeford.
We brought the little buck home with us and
Akita nursed him for over a month.
At night he stayed in the field behind our house;
then in the morning Akita would go get the little buck
and he would stay in our back yard and follow Akita around.
The little Buck stayed for over three months until one
day some deer were out in the field
grazing and the little buck left with them.
Early on we named the doe Lucy until the little horns appeared.
Then we called him “Mr Lucky”.
von BachHaus Kennel