We are planning another exciting litter!! We breed for excellence in the whole dog - temperament, structure and working ability. Contact us for more information on upcoming litters.
CH Skyview's Aloysius in March 2018
Aloysius taking Breed in Florida
We are planning two litters this spring! GCH Skyview's Aloysius and Bryngyld New Boots of Skyview ("Boots"). Puppies are expected late February 2019. More litter updates coming soon!!! Stay tuned!!!!
Aloysius is Skyview's third generation. His hips are OFA Fair (normal) and elbows normal. Boots was a full-time goat guardian in Maryland until she came back to be bred at home. She is OFA excellent, elbows normal and thyroid normal. The co-efficient of inbreeding on this cross is 0.014, which is low. Please click on their pages for more information. We expect fawn pups and a few brindles from this cross.
Please call Catherine at 804-263-6270, or e-mail email@example.com for more information and to reserve your Skyview puppy!
We sometimes have adult Anatolians available. Please contact me for more information!
A few puppy updates...
Blair hiking in the mountains
Nisah in the snow
Nisah and her chickens
Bentley at 5 months
Nola (Count x Pie) and Bentley (Rootie x Maggie)
Turk (Cinder x Count) with his new mom
Reina (Count x Cinder) at 13 weeks
For even more new pictures from owners - see link below for page 4 just created!
Nisah and her kids
Bey and Sawyer
Titan and Declan
Jake and his kids doing homework. Jake guards a horse 90 acre horse farm and has two coyote kills under his belt. His owner said they haven't had a deer or coyote around the farm in three years. Jake is a Duke son, 6 years old. He watches over all children.
Bey and Sawyer
Bo and El - siblings now guarding a horse farm
Kingston graduating puppy class!!
Kingston by the fireplace
Nisah doing laundry. She helps her mom around the house. However, she won't fit in that basket anymore.
Juno in December 2014. Juno is a sister to Angel, who won BOS at Westminster KC in February 2015.
Juno at 21 months.
Orion (Grey x Count) at 10 months
Oz (Inci x Prowler) with his girl ... the picture has a neat effect like it has been painted
Galen (Duke x Pie)
enjoying a fall day.
Duke doesn't look at you - he looks in you.
Past litters below
"It is hard to be this cute all the time..." - Pie x Count Puppies
Pictures below are from Miss Grey's 2012 litter:
Pictures below are from Miss Grey's 2013 litter:
Pictures below are from Tessa's 2014 litter:
Pictures below are from Markie's 2014 litter:
Pictures below are from Maggie's 2015 litter:
Funny story - I was in the barn and one of those HUGE spiders descended from the rafters and jumped on me (or either I walked into it while it was hanging there) and I started screaming and hopping around like any normal person would do. The Border Collies that were with me cleared out - whatever had me - well it could have me. The horses didn't budge as they are used to me flailing about. However, Pie comes charging out of no where - hair standing on end, teeth bared, growling and she started circling me looking for what was after me - because whatever it was she was going to take care of it. Pie earned a lot of points with me that day. She had no idea what the threat was - but she heard me screaming in distress and came to my rescue ready to take action. What a girl! By that point I had forgotten about the spider.
Ruya and Inci (at 11 weeks
old) playing with Uncle Duke!
Some of the kids...
Bosca, a Hilda daughter, with her chickens (over 900 of them.)
...she enjoys her job!
Ayla - a Sally daughter with one of her charges!
Bedia - a Duke and Sally daughter with one of her charges!
Ayla at the County Fair in August 2011
Elwood - A Duke and Sally son Oct 2011 - 140 pounds at maturity.
The big male on the left is a Duke x Sally son, Rainie. The puppy in the middle is another Duke son, Gunnar - they live in the same neighborhood!
Our puppies are sold with a contract only and they come with a health guarantee. Hips are guaranteed to 30 months old and if your dog does not receive an OFA rating, you get part of the purchase price refunded to you.
Our puppies are socialized from birth. It is our experience that puppies who are happy and comfortable with humans become confident, well-adjusted adults.
Each Anatolian we use for breeding has correct conformation, has hip evaluations and their temperaments tested. Litters planned at Skyview are for improving and continuing the breed. Our goal is to raise versatile and high-functioning dogs and pair them with the right owners. Puppies will be temperament tested and we will strive to make suitable placements for each one. We will ask questions of prospective owners to determine the best fit for the owner and puppy. Visitors are welcome by appointment to meet the dogs and talk Anatolian! (There are very nice hotels, wonderful restaurants and one of the largest open-air shopping malls on the East Coast about 20 minutes from the farm.)
Breeder support is available for the life of your puppy.
Puppies are AKC registered.
Puppies can be picked up in person after 8 weeks of age. We enjoy seeing our pups off with their new owners! If you can't easily drive to us, our farm is convenient to Richmond International Airport and puppies can fly with new owners on most airlines.
If for any reason in the future you can’t keep your puppy (dog) then you may return him. I don’t want any of the Skyview dogs ending up in a shelter, rescue or pound.