Both breeding dogs and producing high quality puppies are taken very seriously at Sarron Belgians. My dogs
are more than just a hobby to me, they are a passion.
For each breeding, I take into consideration the dogs' physical and mental characteristics and also the
pedigree that will be created. I ask questions of other breeders and exhibitors and seek guidance from
those with experience in the lines that I seek.
I feel a good breeder is one who will be honest about their lines, provide education and support throughout
the life of the dog and be there to cry with the owner at the end. A good breeder always takes their dogs
back - no questions asked.
A very wise dog breeder once said:
"Let's not measure a breeders success by the amount of winning their dogs do in the show ring, but by the
number of dogs that stay with the family that purchased them as a pup and that die in the arms of that same
family 14 years later. In that case, we have three winners, the breeder, the family and most importantly,
If you are interested in a Sarron Belgian Sheepdog puppy, please understand that we do place greater requirements
on our puppy owners than many other breeders. We ask that ALL of our puppies have their Hip, Elbow and Eye certifications
completed between 2-3 years of age. This will be an additional cost to the owner. We ask that ALL PUPPIES -
COMPANION and SHOW - complete these health clearances because we all want healthier dogs! And, as a concerned breeder
I need ALL of my puppy owners to help me learn from my breedings to improve future breedings. Please visit our Health Table page
under the Previous Litters page to view health clearances and other health information from our past litters. We are very transparant
about health concerns and issues - and if you have a SARRON BELGIAN that I do not have health information updated on -
please email me and let me know.
All of the Jules X Bluie puppies have gone off to their homes. To read more about that litter, visit their puppy page.
We are planning our next breeding for late 2020 or early 2021. Once we have finalized that breeding, we will post information on this page.
If you are interested in finding a quality puppy sooner, please visit the Belgian Sheepdog Club of Americas' Breeders Directory for other