Kangal Dogs are still very rare in the U.S., and the KCDA breeders involved in stewarding this wonderful breed are in agreement as to the importance of careful placement of puppies and dogs. We hope it will always be so. People who have vague notions of owning a “big, powerful, scary dog” can be found out through questioning and politely dropped from consideration. People who are interested mainly in making money by breeding a rare and beautiful dog that they know little about are easily discovered–and they tend to drop out voluntarily when they find that their new puppy will arrive spayed or neutered. But when Kangal Dog owners are well educated as to the historical function and temperament of the Kangal Dog, and when they are determined to train their dog so as to channel its protective and nurturing instincts appropriately, the dog/owner relationship is likely to be a successful one.
Credit; The Kangal Dog Club of America
When looking for a puppy to purchase it is highly recommended to contact any of the Breed Clubs we have listed for this breed since it is they who should be able to put you in touch with members who have bred litters according to their Club’s Code of Ethics.
BUYER BEWARE; Some breeders listed here may not be members of a Turkish Kangal Breed Club, there may be good reasons for this, but ask the question before you enter into any transaction.
ALBERTA ; “Wild Rose” Ron Grill email@example.com
ZAGREB ; “CROSIVKA” Dirk Emele 00385 1 33 26 360 DIRK@crosivka-kangal.com
Germany ; “SIVAS” Elisabeth v Buchwaldt +49. (0) 40th 86 98 36 firstname.lastname@example.org
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
CA , Clovis; Taylor Ranch Rocky and Allyson Taylor + (559) 323-1215 email@example.com
NC , Hendersonville; ” BANK MOUNTAIN” Bob & Stuart Richens +(828) 685-1170 firstname.lastname@example.org
TX ; “ASHKABAD” Nancy Rix +940-726-3555 email@example.com
TX ; ” MIKARMA ” Karen Affeld & Michael McKniff firstname.lastname@example.org