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by hexe on 20 April 2018 - 02:04

Daniel Berneuil is a French breeder of GSDs whose dogs have been competing in Ringsport for 50 years: Le Val des Hurle Vents


Msr. Berneuil most definitely does export, both pups and adults. If I were considering getting into Ringsport with a GSD, I'd give very serious consideration to a pup or young adult from his kennel. 


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by Baerenfangs Erbe on 20 April 2018 - 04:04

I've got a few dogs in Ringsport actually. It's super fun. I've got to say, the scaling wall is the one thing that worries me the most with Shepherds. I wish they'd approve a ramp already... :/

by apple on 20 April 2018 - 11:04

I have heard that a fair amount of Malinois breeders breeding for ring sports don't x-rays their dogs hips, but just wait and see if they hold up climbing the high scaling walls over time before they breed them.

by Bundishep on 21 April 2018 - 19:04

I got some pups that will prob make good ring sport type dogs but will test more as they age the only thing is they will likey be on the small side and legs might be on the shorter end meaning not sure how well they will do going over a wall, they have some Staatsmacht and some strong Karthago producing females in bloodline.

by GSCat on 22 April 2018 - 10:04

Pardon my ignorance... can't the dog just jump the wall and then there's only the landing, but no climbing to worry about?

I had a GSD puppy jump a 6 ft privacy fence (and clear it easily) at 3 months (chasing a rabbit)... she also climbed chain link fences/exercise pen panels since she was 2 months old.

So I'm guessing climbing/scaling or jumping would both be feasible.

by Koach on 22 April 2018 - 11:04

I've done and titled GSD in French Ring. Dog did well. I would still be doing FR ring with GSD however the 2 sided wall was just too risky to ask a dog to do in my opinion. One bad landing and a dog's career can come to an end. French Ring clubs are few and far apart. Be ready to travel a lot if trialing. G.

by Juno on 23 April 2018 - 17:04

Here is another one

by Tobi on 05 May 2018 - 04:05

Should we be making the jumps easier for dogs or be breeding Geman shepherds with good health that can compete for at least 6 years.
How many Malinois have 'crashed' from competing in ringsport?

As for good GSDs in ring, "Flambeau des Legendaires Lanova" is arguable the best GSD in ringsport in the past 20 years at least. I've not seen a better GSD in ring. His object guard is better than most of the malinois at the top

This is one of his last performances i think. The crowd was pleased.

by Centurian on 05 May 2018 - 12:05

I have met and talked with Mr. Daniel Berneuil 2O years ago . He came to our area when we had a French Ring trial. I liked this man ,he seemed to be a very very nice man . He had brought with him some nice working GS that he owned . I thought seriously about purchasing some GS pups from his next breeding . Not trying to plug for him here , simply sharing my experiences .

However , I didn't get any GS from him because I had at some SV Judge friends and one placed a GS puppy from their breeding with me . I wanted at that time a GS that I could compete in both Bundessieger Shows in Germany [ trial and show ] . And that was a whole lot to be asking for !! Today , that would just about be impossible. So no knocking Daniel , my aspirations were way beyond only doing French Ring , as I have been doing my with other GSs.

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