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L Litter 100% East German lines
3 males 5 females
Located in Oklahoma
1000.00 Full AKC rights
Sire: U-CH Vulcan von Huerta Hof
Hip: OFA Good prelim 20 mos - Elbows: OFA normal prelim 20 mos
Other health issues: Cardiac normal, DM Clear
Vulcan is another pure East German male, free of Sven/Sando, and going back to several dogs I have long admired. Vulcan's sire was INT/UKC CH Eik vom Clausberg, SchH3 TD IPO3, who was linebred on DDR-MS competitors Birko vd Wolfshohle and Dina v Gran Sasso. Vulcan is linebred 2-5,5 on Eik's sire, LGA competitor Tino vom Felsenschloss. Vulcans' dam side carries LGA competitors Aron vom Sachsentraum, Muchta v Schwarzhorn, Brando vd Marderklause, and BSP competitor & DDR-MS Sieger Irko v Peri-Hof. Vulcan's maternal Great-grandsire was Alk vom Osterburg Quell, a world-renowned Champion Police Dog and son of the legendary Lord vom Gleisdreieck, multiple DDR-MS Sieger and Europasieger. Vulcan's dam, the beautiful Noche von Kistha Haus is linebred 4,5,7,7 - 5 on Lord.
Dam: Int. CH Orsa vom Alt-Ostland
Whelped: 21. February 2014
Hip: OFA fair - Elbows: OFA normal
Other health issues: cardiac normal; DM CLEAR by parentage
Orsa is bred from some of the best East German working lines : linebred 4-3 on BSP/LGA Competitor Nando vd Gnitzer-Höhen (also 6-5 on his full older sister Dsheta and thus 7,5-4,6 on their sire Zorro v Laager Wall), plus 5-4 on Police Hündin Fee vom Templiner Eck. Orsa's pedigree also features the great working dog producer Don vom Haus Iris (sire of MANY BSP/LGA competitors), through his Multiple LGA competitor son Brain vd Sperlingsbucht. Brain's dam and granddam were both BSP/LGA Competitors. Orsa earned her INT CH title in Oklahoma City in June 2016, taking Best of Breed in one show. Here are some of the comments from the judges' critiques. Nice young bitch, excellent temperament, good type and expression; well proportioned.double coat with good texture and condition; cleanly chiseled head with good shape, strong scissor bite, full dentition, dark correct eye, ears of excellent length, shape and set; good chest, excellent front quarters with good bone and good angulation; very good rear assembly with good length of hock; correct tail with good set and carriage; nice strong topline moving; sound front and rear movement, long strides.