Highland Mist King Shepherds is an independent breeder of the King Shepherd and has no affiliation or association with any King Shepherd club or organization.

For more information please contact Anne Pierson at (610)266-6034.

Now accepting deposits for the 2014 fall/winter litter of CH. Highland Mist's Rambo & Highland Mist's Sadie Alexandria of Royal Majesty.

 Call Anne at 610-266-6034 for more information on these “Fabulous” King Shepherd Puppies



The King Shepherd Dog is large, rugged, powerful and impressive, possessing great endurance and agility. These wonderful dogs were selectively bred to be large, loyal and loving family companions and protectors. Despite their size, they are remarkably athletic, having incredible ability and endurance. They are also extremely intelligent and easy to train. While Kings can be protective, they are nonetheless quite gentle and loving with their families and friends. King Shepherds are very handsome dogs that turn heads wherever they are seen. The owners of this fantastic breed tend to be fiercely loyal to their breed of choice. 

for required puppy request forms, please contact Anne Pierson at 610-266-6034


MBIS, MBISS, AKSC Supreme Grand Monarch Champion(2005,2006 & 2007), Rarities Int. & Supreme Grand Champion, & ARBA Champion Sabre
AKSC Champion "Ember"
AKSC Champion & Rarities Champion  "Sorcha"  
AKSC Champion, Grand Monarch & Rarities Champion "Tinkerbell"

AKSC Champion & Rarities Champion "Thunder"


Tinkerbell  received  her AKSC Championship at our Summer show in 2009 and also received her Grand Monarch Championship in 2009. 

Thunder received his AKSC Championship at our Spring show in 2009, and also has his NAKC/Rarities Junior Puppy Championship in 2009.

Sorcha now has her AKSC championship and her Rarities championship

Sabre achieved his Rarities Supreme Grand Championship for 2007

Sabre received his  AKSC Grand Monarch Championship in  2005 & 2006

Sabre now has Multiple Best In Shows from:
Rarities in New Jersey on February, 11 2007
Rarities in Virginia on March 25, 2007

A King Shepherd resembles a large German Shepherd Dog. The breed was originally developed on the East Coast using American bred German Shepherds, crossed to flock guardians, which were then crossed with European bred German Shepherd dogs. The intent was to develop a superior family companion. What makes a breed a "rare breed"? Typically in the US, a rare breed is classified as a breed which does not have AKC recognition; a breed which is newly developed or is still in the process of being refined; a breed which is in development; a breed which has very small numbers; a breed which may be AKC recognized, but does not conform to the AKC standard of said breed or a breed that is developed by breeding certain deviant characteristics of an otherwise known AKC breed.

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which may include punitive damages