by casualfornow on 07 April 2017 - 03:04
Is there any advantages to having a GSD from z Pohranicni straze lines?
Yes, I know there are a ton of variables. But all things being equal, does
this old Czech border patrol line bring anything to the table?
by vk4gsd on 07 April 2017 - 04:04
by ValK on 05 October 2017 - 01:10
sadly as of today z PS more a commercial trademark than exceptional quality. but if you can find "old school" breeder, who has descendants of z PS and does the breeding because devotion, rather than quantity for sale, then definitely such dogs is worth to have.
by duke1965 on 05 October 2017 - 08:10
generally speaking, their dogs were bred for other purpose than scoring points, different level of drives,so if todays breeder is simply having some names way back in the pedigree or is still looking for said balance of drives and selecting on that makes a big difference,
but some breeders still do breed old style dogs based on old lines but they are not the ones with the famous sport names on the pedigrees
by Koots on 05 October 2017 - 15:10
I have 2 GSD's - my female is from sport lines and is almost purely prey driven, never would have counted on her to protect me from anything other than an attacking deer, lol. My male is from Cz lines, including z PS, and he is both our property protector and my personal protector. When I go outside in the bush (especially at night to close our gate - we have acreage in the sticks of wild BC), he is the one that I take to keep me safe from the wandering bears, etc. (big bears lately going to neighbours fruit trees through our yard to fatten up for winter).
by casualfornow on 05 October 2017 - 20:10
I appreciate it.
Mostly for property protector and personal protection.
I don't need to score any points. Smile.
Looking for some solid lines for this rather than a
training that "defensed" a dog until he appeared
by ValK on 06 October 2017 - 19:10
plenty of dogs could serve as deter factor against property break-in.
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