by ColeCO on 22 April 2022 - 12:04
Hi I recently got my newest pup and I have been looking through the pedigree, but was hoping someone could give me a little more insight based on the info I have.
Here are his parents. Appears he comes from west German show line, but holding someone could take a look and explain it all to me.
by Klossbruhe on 22 April 2022 - 14:04
Re Father: Kappenberg is a known Austrian show lines breeder near Villach. The breeder is Johann Koller. Some big dogs in pedigree are Ober 2010 Sieger, Sabaat, Furbo and Orbit.
Re Mother: Do know breeder. Only a few impt dogs in pedgree Illiano and Kanto
Father's line is stronger.
by Diamondgal on 22 April 2022 - 14:04
Now. That's just one half of the pedigree. Let's take a look at the other half of the pedigree. https://www.pedigreedatabase.com/german_shepherd_dog/dog.html?id=725754-oklahoma-padaroko?_v=20190906141734. Ursus appears 5-4 (once in the 5th generation, once in the 4th generation), through his grandson, (https://www.pedigreedatabase.com/german_shepherd_dog/dog.html?id=399629-quenn-vom-loher-weg?_v=20141111200629) and his grandson, (https://www.pedigreedatabase.com/german_shepherd_dog/dog.html?id=389915-orbit-vom-huhnegrab?_v=20180220212917).
Now. On the dam's side, Davina also has (https://www.pedigreedatabase.com/german_shepherd_dog/dog.html?id=399629-quenn-vom-loher-weg?_v=20141111200629) 4-4. So, Ursus appears in this half of the total pedigree too. She also has Remo, (https://www.pedigreedatabase.com/german_shepherd_dog/dog.html?id=575327-remo-vom-fichtenschlag?_v=20211019142225) in her pedigree.
by charlie319 on 23 April 2022 - 10:04
A more important development is that both carry the great dog Timo vom Berrekasten. Usually found these days in 8 or 9th generation.
Both pedigrees have dogs that "work", like Kevin v Murrtal, most of the Bad-Boll, Arlett dogs and their ancestors, like Bad-See tend to produce good temperaments.
Another thing is the female tail lines. Breeders usually keep females. If you have a long line of females from a good kennel, they usually represent "the plan" of that breeder.
Like I said... Worth looking at in some detail.
by Rik on 23 April 2022 - 12:04
Charlie said: "Another thing is the female tail lines. Breeders usually keep females. If you have a long line of females from a good kennel, they usually represent "the plan" of that breeder."
really, this is as well put as I have ever heard. a good generationtions breeder will do this and hopefully weed out the faults as they go.
sadly, there are also breeders who only breed what wins, let the next guy worry aboult the consequences.