About Dogs – Caucasian Shepherd Dog Puppies

Our Caucasian Shepherd dog, Bassa, has safely delivered her puppies. The first pup was born just after midnight on 8 October 2013 and, by the morning, Bassa was the proud mom of 7 plump and healthy puppies.

Bassa's Puppies

Bassa’s Puppies

This lovely dark colored male was born first.

First Puppy 1 min past midnight October 8, 2013.

First puppy born 1 min past midnight October 8, 2013.

Bassa is very patient as her pups line up for milk!

Caucasian Shepherd Dog Puppies Feeding

Caucasian Shepherd Dog Puppies Feeding

2 day old Caucasian Shepherd Puppy

2 day old Caucasian Shepherd Puppy

Sleeping Caucasian Shepherd Dog Puppy

Sleeping Caucasian Shepherd Dog Puppy

2 Day Old Caucasian Shepherd Dog Puppies

2 Day Old Caucasian Shepherd Dog Puppies

New born Caucasian Shepherd Dog Puppies

New born Caucasian Shepherd Dog Puppies

Bassa is well and doing a great job looking after her new family.

Bassa, our Female Caucasian Shepherd Dog and Mother of 7 Beautiful Puppies

Bassa, our female Caucasian Shepherd Dog and mother of 7 Beautiful Puppies

Congratulations Bassa!

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8 Responses to “About Dogs – Caucasian Shepherd Dog Puppies”
  1. Congratulations Bassa! well done, you have a beautiful family. She looks very proud of herself 😉

  2. Lidia says:

    Congratulations Momma Bassa! 😀 They look super cute!

  3. Stephanie says:

    Awww I want one!

  4. Ruso says:

    Hi! First of all, please accept my compliments – what a beautiful girl you have there! I was wondering if you know anything about the transportation rules/requirements of the puppies from Georgia to UK? Always wanted one of these, but quarantine period in UK used to be so long and unfair that had to give up on idea. Any comment would be highly appreciated. And also, how much approximately are good quality puppies nowadays?

    • Bassa's Blog says:

      Hi. Georgia is classified as a high incidence of rabies country. This means there is usually a protracted process for exporting puppies. At 3 months old, a puppy has to have a rabies injection and a blood test is required 1 month later. Many countries then require a minimum of 3 months before a puppy can be imported without quarantine. If you are serious about importing a puppy I suggest you check out the regulations that cover the importation of dogs from a high incidence of rabies country into the UK. It would likely be much more straightforward if you were able to find a breeder in the UK. There are not many though. With regards price, expect to pay up to £2,000 for a puppy with a good pedigree, possibly more. If you were importing, the price would probably be less but there would be transportation costs. I hope this information is helpful.

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