Home

We welcome you and thank you for your interest in our Anatolian Shepherd Puppies!

Our Kennels are tucked away in a quiet and private location in the Foothills of the Upcountry of South Carolina in Spartanburg County, overseeing the Blue Ridge Mountains within the boundaries of two creeks and a pond and a lake.

This area within Spartanburg County provides a tranquil, scenic and relaxing ambiance for raising our Anatolian Shepherd puppies, who become acclimated to our sheep, goats, chickens and other livestock at a very early age.  We also bring them to our home for periodic visits.

We are conveniently located within 1 mile of I-85 and 1.5 miles of I-26, and within proximity of the Landrum / Tryon areas, as well as the Greer, Greenville, Gaffney, and Woodruff regions.

Please feel free to contact us regarding our current litter at: (864)576-2983. We look forward to hearing from you!

Our Dam and Sire of Our Current Litter

Our Current Litter was whelped on January 21, 2017.  

SIRE:  KF Berk of Lady Glen Denning Stables and Kennels

 

DAM:  Clear Fork Creek Farm’s Guzel of Lady Glen Denning Stables and Kennels

 

 

 

 

 

About

Our Anatolian Shepherd Kennels are located in the Upstate of South Carolina, in Spartanburg County.  We are near Greenville, South Carolina as well as Landrum, South Carolina, and the Tryon, North Carolina area.

Our Anatolian Shepherds are show quality that also possess the talent and temperament that all livestock guardian dogs should have.  They live in the pasture with our sheep, goats and chickens.  We also however, bring them into our home occasionally for a visit as well as socialization with us.  Although some individuals believe that this is not good for their relationship with the livestock that they are intended to protect, we have found this position to be contrary. Rather, we have found that it is vital and very important to have this close, established personal relationship with the Anatolian Shepherd, as this will translate to your instructions to them while they are in the pasture with their protectorates.  This is not unlike the shepherd with his/her Anatolian Shepherd and their flocks of livestock in their native Turkey.

Our Dam and Sire of Our Current Litter

Our Current Litter was whelped on January 21, 2017.  

SIRE:  KF Berk of Lady Glen Denning Stables and Kennels

 

DAM:  Clear Fork Creek Farm’s Guzel of Lady Glen Denning Stables and Kennels