How Much Does a Shiloh Shepherd Cost?

The Shiloh Shepherd, developed in the early 1960s, looks very similar to a German Shepherd as it shares its temperament, abilities, and energy.  The distinct difference will be the size and calmer personality.  Some types of dogs are bred to be a companion and are mostly indoor dogs, while other dogs, like the Shiloh Shepherd, are active dogs who love the outdoors.  They are perfect for people who like to be outside and love to exercise.

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How much is it?

Type of QualityDescription of the QualityAverage Price
Orange (ORA)This is considered to be the exceptional standard of the breed and will be potential future champions. The best specimens, according to, are sold on co-ownership agreements.$2,000 to $2,500
Black/White-Upgradeable (B/W-U) PaperedThese are considered pet quality puppies but will be non faulty at the time of sale. While they may be upgraded to the Orange paper status, provided they meet certain conditions, these conditions can affect the cost.$1,650~
Black/White (B/W) PaperedThese puppies will have minor faults, making it unstable for breeding, but it's believed it shouldn't be passed onto future pups. Faults may include an over/under bite, heavy/lowset ears, long muzzles and more.$1,650~

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  1. Sophie (Dewitt,  Iowa) paid $0 and said:

    My Shiloh was a rescue, adopted free of charge. By far the best dog I’ve ever owned.

    Was it worth it? Yes

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