UKPets found the following Central Asian Shepherd For Sale in the UK. Read more about this dog breed on our Central Asian Shepherd breed information page.
Blackpool | 3rd Oct 2023 | Dogs For Sale by Mickey Leigh
I have a central Asian shepherd dog who through no fault of its own needs rehoming. I feel awful about this but I have recently been diagnosed with fibromyalgia and it was supposed to be my 18 year old daughter caring for this puppy but she has done nothing and I can't cope with him on my own because he needs a family who will not just love him but will train him and walk him and do things with him. He's going to be an amazing dog he learns so quickly and he already knows how to sit. He's a gentle giant and loves love. He needs people with energy. He's a central Asian shepherd and they can grow to 6 foot on their hind legs. They are very rare in our country and are more often seen in Central Asia which is where the name comes from they are also known as an alabai. They are best known for protecting their people and are therefore guard dogs. This is going to be very upsetting for me as I've grown attached to him so I'd be grateful if it could be quick and also that he is going to someone that is going to keep him and look after him well. He's had his first injection and we'll give you the date of his next one. He will also have other things like toys, food, bowl, harness. He's had a wormer been deflead and been vet checked. I'm asking for £700 to cover costs.
Colchester | Dogs For Sale by Lucian Huhulea
Two 8 months old males Central asian shepherds,natural look not cropped or docked. Very tall and thick for their age,natural guard instinct,loyal. Please do your own research about the breed as they can be a handfull for not experienced owners. They preffer to stay outdoors and they need a purpose. If interested please call the add number
Rhyl | Dogs For Sale by Suzanne Ms
Marley is a Central Asian Ovcharka. He hasn’t been neutered. He was born on 4/1/20 Marley is a big lad and sometimes forgets just how big he is when he jumps around. He is a very lazy boy and mostly sleeps but he loves going for walks and he loves food even more. If any rattling goes on, guaranteed he’ll be the first one there. He is not fussy with food. He loves everything! He is very protective and if he hears a noise he will bark until he’s happy everything is ok. No chance of any intruders! Marley is a very loving boy who will let you know if he wants your attention by giving you his paw or nudging you with his nose. Our reason for having to give up Marley is because We’re having a baby and If somebody comes near the house he aggressively barks. Also Marley is very strong so I can not walk him anymore and my partner works. It isn’t fair for him to have to suffer because of this. Also I think looking after a newborn baby and him will be too much for me. I would love for Marley to have a loving forever home. I’m devastated to have to give him up but I know it’s the right thing as he is only young and won’t get the attention he wants, deserves or needs. Ourselves or poor Marley cannot afford to have time wasters, also please make sure you know where Marley is before you reply. Thank you