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Beach Waves

Available A Litter Puppies

Able to go home now!

These gorgeous girls were planned to go home with wonderful local families this past summer.  Unfortunately, after the devastating fires in Lahaina and Kula this summer, their planned families were no longer able to take them. 


They're still hoping to find the perfect fit for their forever families. 

Could they be the right puppy for you?


AKA Storm

German shepherd puppies on Maui

Purple is 10 months old.  She is very smart and learns easily.  She has shown good drive and eagerness to please.  


She will be your shadow, best friend, and guardian.  She has a lovely disposition.  She is being sold at a discounted rate due to her one floppy ear, though it does add to her charm. 

AKA Breeze

Happily Breeze has just found her family!  A little boy and three cats will be part of her new pack.

German shepherd puppies on Maui

Green is 10 months old.  She is already taller than her mother with excellent conformation.  Breeze enjoys car rides and going to the park.  She has been undergoing basic training with the family and has shown eagerness to learn.  


She is courageous, confident, and curious... and also a snuggler who loves giving cuddles every day.

Why an older puppy?

Adopting an older puppy (ages between 6 and 18 months) can offer a unique set of advantages compared to welcoming a younger puppy. Here are some reasons why choosing a slightly older pup might be the right fit for you:

  • They are already potty trained.  There will still be a learning curve in any new home environment, but these smart girls will learn the new routine quickly, meaning fewer accidents and less frequent potty breaks.

  • Head start on basic training.  These clever and eager pups have already learned some basic commands, giving them a head start on training. They’re ready to take on new learning opportunities!

  • Teething is over.  Puppies, like babies, explore the world with their mouths.  This means they can chew on things.  However, older puppies past the teething stage are much less likely to chew on things they are not supposed to.  It’s still important to make sure they get plenty of exercise, training, and have approved chew toys!

  • Socialization: Besides living in a loving multigenerational family home, these girls have already started socialization with trips to local parks and playgrounds.  Ongoing training and socialization is still important to the health and happiness of your new puppy.

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