We are unable to recommend one breeder over another as we, the International Shiloh Shepherd Dog Club, represent all our breeder members.
Have you had a chance to look at the ISSDC puppy page, which lists current and future litters, as well any older pups/adults that might be available? It is found in our puppies section. Our list of breeders will help you find a breeder. We have breeders spread all over the US and in other countries. Be sure to tell the breeder exactly what you wouldd like to do with your Shiloh, as different lines excel at different activity levels. Some are ready to hike, do SAR or herding, and some excel at less rigorous jobs (like holding down the sofa while you read!). Even puppies within the same litter will differ, and the breeder will know best how to match up puppies with new owners.
If you think an adult might suit your family, please check out the rescue page. Occasionally we have Shilohs available that find themselves needing a new home.
We recommend potential puppy buyers acquaint themselves with the breeder and establish a rapport with that breeder, meet the “parents” of the litter when practicable, confirm that recommended health testing for the parents has been completed, and be honest with the breeder about the goals the buyer has for his new Shiloh.
The breeder listings on our ISSDC Breeders’ Page are simply a “perk” of breeder membership in the ISSDC. It is not an endorsement nor a comment on the breeders listed or not listed. Some breeders choose not to be listed, for a variety of reasons.
Membership in the ISSDC implies acceptance of the ISSDC Code of Ethics.