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VA3 (US) Jaguar von der Mäusespitz 


SchH3, IPO3,
 Kkl 1 

Sire Born: 31. December 1999

VA3 (US) Jaguar von der Mäusespitz

SZ  2034161
Hip: SV: HD a-fast normal (a2) - Elbows: Not known

Breed report

Groß, kräftig, sehr gutes Verhältnis, sehr guter Ausdruck, sehr gutes Gepräge. Hoher Widerrist, sehr gute Rückenlinie, gut gelagerte Kruppe. Gut gelagerte Schulter, sehr gute Hinterhandwinkelung. Die Unterbrust sollte etwas länger sein, Vorbrust einwandfrei ausentwickelt, gerade Front, korrekte Trittfolge, ausgreifende Gänge, die kraftvoll vorgetragen werden. TSB ausgeprägt; läßt ab. V. Sehr viel Temperament und Ausstrahlung - überzeugender Schutzdienst!

Linebreeding


     

Pedigree

SCHH3

VA1 Ursus von Batu SCHH3 male

1995
SZ 1932624
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
Sire
VA1 Ursus von Batu

Groß, sehr typ- und ausdrucksvoll, sehr guter Kopf, korrekte Gebäudeverhältnisse, trocken und fest. Hoher Widerrist, sehr gute Ober- und Unterlinie, gute Kruppe. Sehr gute Winkelungen der Vor- und Hinterhand, korrekte Brustverhältnisse, gerade Front, geradetretend, sehr raumgreifende, kraftvolle Gänge mit freiem Vortritt und sehr gutem Nachschub. Wesen sicher, Härte, Mut und Kampftrieb ausgeprägt; läßt ab.

SCHH3

VA1(I) Hobby vom Gletschertopf SCHH3 male

1993
SZ 1859356
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
Sire
VA1(I) Hobby vom Gletschertopf

SCHH3, FH

VA1 Jeck vom Noricum SCHH3, FH male

1987
SZ 1705812
HD-SV: HD a-noch zugelassen (a3)
Sire
VA1 Jeck vom Noricum

SCHH1

V Quitta von der Ehrenfeste SCHH1 female

1990
SZ 1773647
HD-noch zugelassen
Dam
SCHH2

V Verena von Batu SCHH2 female

1992
SZ 1834230
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
Dam
SchH3

VA1 Zamb von der Wienerau SchH3 male

1987
SZ 1696277
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
Sire
VA1 Zamb von der Wienerau

SCHH2

V Maxi von Batu SCHH2 female

1988
SZ 1736991
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
Dam
V Maxi von Batu

SchH2

V Live vom Felsenwehr SchH2 female

1993
SZ 1870080
HD-normal
Dam
V Live vom Felsenwehr

Groß, kräftig, ausdrucksvoll, gehaltvoll, hoher Widerrist, gute Länge und Lage der Kruppe. Sehr gute Winkelungen der Vor- und Hinterhand, gut entwickelte Vorbrust, lange Unterbrust. Normale Front, Sprunggelenke noch nicht ganz gefestigt, vorne bodenengtretend. Aus guter Gleichgewichtslage ausgreifende Gänge mit wirksamem Nachschub und freiem Vortritt. Sicheres Wesen, Härte, Mut und Kampftrieb ausgeprägt; läßt ab. V. Substanzvolle Zuchthündin mit harmonischer Ober- und Unterlinie. WA 98: In sehr guter Verfassung,lebensvoll und frisch.

SCHH3, FH

VA6 Odin von Tannenmeise SCHH3, FH male

1984
NHSB 1374024 (SZ 1655056)
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
Sire
VA6 Odin von Tannenmeise

SCHH3, IPO3, FH, BHP2

2X VA1 Quando von Arminius SCHH3, IPO3, FH, BHP2 male

1981
SZ 1547134
HD-SV: HD a-fast normal (a2)
Sire
2X VA1 Quando von Arminius

SCHH1, VH2

V Häsel von Tannenmeise SCHH1, VH2 female

1981
NHSB 1177079
HD-SV: HD a-fast normal (a2)
Dam
V Häsel von Tannenmeise

SchH2

V Sana vom Lerchenwald SchH2 female

1988
SZ 1730924
HD-normal
Dam
V Sana vom Lerchenwald

SchH3

V22 Berry aus dem Haus Zygadto SchH3 male

1984
SZ 1633505
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
Sire
V22 Berry aus dem Haus Zygadto

SchH2

V Lexa vom Lerchenwald SchH2 female

1985
SZ 1641591
HD-normal
Dam


User comments



JessieLeighBee
Comments: 2
Joined: Thu May 24, 2012 07:44 pm
I own a male out of Jaguar's 2005 breeding with Haifa. Just wondering if anyone else has a pup out of this amazing litter.
VonIsengard
VonIsengard
Comments: 27
Joined: Tue Feb 01, 2005 03:48 pm
I notice his hip rating is listed now on the database as a3. I have a bitch from him, her PINK PAPERS clearly state Jaguar is a2.
Luc B
Comments: 14
Joined: Mon Dec 27, 2004 10:46 pm
Yes , Jaguar produced a lot of great dogs. For example SG 3 Intra von Langenbungert and James vom Turkenkopf.My female is also a daughter of Jaguar. You can see her picture on www.vonrenderau.be
Luc
renoo
Comments: 1
Joined: Wed Mar 21, 2007 02:29 pm
Baffi is a daughter of Jaguar also, she's our dog. She was born four years ago, we live in Latvia. Her mom had nine puppies from Jaguar. Baffi has very good character; and she has done quite OK in some shows - even though she hasn't been trained very seriously, as we are no professional dog breeders. As much as I have seen from Jaguar, he seems excellent dog.
VonIsengard
VonIsengard
Comments: 27
Joined: Tue Feb 01, 2005 03:48 pm
My Jaguar daughter Uzi (call name Tigra) is being bred to Immos vd Freiheit Westerholt (Hill Farbenspiel son) this week. I'm excited to see what she produces; we had some bad luck with her previous breedings, absolutely nothing wrong with Kerry, just bad timing with Uzi.

If you like Jaguar, look at I think his name is Zeckel Mausepitz, his mother is Ulana, full sister to my Uzi.

Beth, I bet the Jaguar/Espe litter will be great, Espe's mother Teiga is also Uzi's mother, awesome female.

BTW, Mike, thanks for the nice words. You should see her now, her bitework has matured. Good to "see" you!
Baksi
Comments: 3
Joined: Sat Dec 11, 2004 06:11 pm
I love this dog! He looks super! Great colour.He had a very great pedigree also.
If this dog have born a new litter(he's father again),then I just wan't his pup.
Please tell me here:
daendi@hot.ee

I hope this letter born in Finland or Baltic, because I live in Estonia.
bcoats
Comments: 8
Joined: Thu Jul 31, 2003 12:50 pm
I would love to see a picture of your Jag Grandson! You can send it to gsdpups@msn.com

Good Luck at the show!! Keep us posted!

Beth Coats
Proud owner of VA Jaguar v.d. Mausespitz
www.gsdpups.com
mike griffin
Comments: 3
Joined: Sun Aug 22, 2004 01:07 pm
as for kellys dog ;tigra; i have seen this dog grow up from a pup, and i can say this is a exceptional female for the breed, i have a grandson from jag. out ou his son james, he will be at the 3-6 class in madison wi. this sept. lokk forward to see you there [kelly/leslie]
bcoats
Comments: 8
Joined: Thu Jul 31, 2003 12:50 pm
We have several wonderful Jaguar litters coming up this spring and summer. Below is a list of upcoming litters and planned breedings.

VA Jaguar v.d Mausespitz x V Ursa v.d. Zenteiche, SchH2, Kkl1 (Due to whelp in May)

VA Jaguar x SG Haifa vom Schlicher Hof, SchH I, kkl1 (V Hoss vom Larchenhain ) Due to Whelp in May

VA Jaguar x V Verona vom Osterberger Land, SchH 1, Kkl1

VA Jaguar x VA Gunnie vom Fichtenschlag, SchH3, Kkl1 (Will be bred in June)

VA Jaguar x V Boa von der Zenteiche, SchH1, Kkl1 (Will be bred in May.)

VA Jaguar x V Espe v.d. Mausespitz, SchH2, Kkl1 (Will be bred in June)

We are taking deposits for these litters now so if anyone is interested in placing a deposit let me know as soon as possible. Ursa's litter is almost Sold Out!

Credit Cards now accepted!

Sincerely,

vom Eichen Hugel German Shepherds
Beth Coats
828-738-3606
www.gsdpups.com
Dyanesh
Comments: 86
Joined: Thu Jun 12, 2003 09:08 am
Hello Dog1,

Thanks for the explanation.

Dyanesh
troll
Comments: 16
Joined: Sun Sep 14, 2003 04:36 pm
I really like the dog and I really am impressed with his progeny but I am totally against comments like the last post from Dog 1 (who may have been instrumental in his importing) glorifying politics as an excuse or credidation for a dog's value.
This dog stands on his merit and needs no excuses. He is an awesome dog in his own right and now he proves himself as a producer. END OF SUBJECT.(we should all try to end the politics and get back to quality being the number one issue with our breed).

Dog1
Dog1
Comments: 58
Joined: Tue Jun 10, 2003 08:29 pm
One judges opinion of the dog is the reason most of the time. Check out Fritz. Spectacular animal in many respects. Lots of breeders like him, lots of judges like him. He has a lot to offer.

One judge in particular didn't. The reasons were all legit, by the book, no one disputed them. So in this judges eye, it was not his type of dog. This opinion surfaced in the shows prior to the sieger show. So Fritz along with many others in the same situation, went to the show, showed their stuff, became ill and left the show letting the breeders in Germany decide the popularity of their dog based on what they saw.

So for a quick evaluation of a dog, consider three things.

Sieger show placing. It's a good general indication of the dogs quality give or take. Show placings are important to a lot of people, after all it's probably the most accessable piece of information available to the public.

Second, look at the results from the shows overall. Most dogs have been shown enough times to get an overall feel for it's quality. See what judges it was shown under also. If it's the same judge over and over it may be a good dog in only one judges opinion. If it is 6 times SG1 and 2 SG2, 3 times V1` and one V3 under 10 judges, Chances are it is a solid dog. This information is available on the SV CD's of the sieger show.

Third examine the opinion of the breeders across Germany. This may be a little more difficult. The SID has this information. Find out which dogs are going to which males. If a male has 3 VA females, the best dogs owned by the best kennels going to him and a large number of breedings. Chances are the breeders like the dog.

It's not a perfect system, but it's a whole lot better than looking at a picture and listening to a sales pitch.
Dyanesh
Comments: 86
Joined: Thu Jun 12, 2003 09:08 am
Hello Dog1, you mean to say that the judge was the reason for the owner not to let his dog complete the show?
Dog1
Dog1
Comments: 58
Joined: Tue Jun 10, 2003 08:29 pm
I throw in a general comment under Jaguar to respond to Dyanesh's question. It's a question that has appeared on the message board a few times on various dogs so there must be some interest.

The answer applies universally to dogs in the sieger show that receive the EZ rating.

This rating is given when a dog is pulled from the competition after the bitework but before the gaiting. A dog can be pulled without penality if there is a health issue and the dog is taken to the show vet for an evaluation and excuse.

There are dogs that have been shown throughout the season that have done well and the owner wants the dog shown at the sieger show. The owner knows the dog is not the type or the bloodline or whatever the sieger show judge likes through his placings before the sieger show. Nevertheless the owner want the public to see his dogs performance under pressure on the field for the sieger show protection phase. The dog is presented for the work, does the work, crowd sees the dog and the dog gets sick. Dog goes to the show vet and is not required to complete the show.

Many of the dogs are not really sick. The owners know they will not get the place they feel their dogs deserve so they take the dog to the vet.
Dyanesh
Comments: 86
Joined: Thu Jun 12, 2003 09:08 am
A great looking male. He has shown that he can produce. But I am curious why he was certified EZ in the Seiger Shows.
JanisNovak
Comments: 17
Joined: Thu Jun 12, 2003 01:07 am
Brittany, you don't even have a breeding female yet, how can you be thinking of using anything for a stud service?

Jag is undoubtedly a VERY fine dog, I've watched his entire career with great interest. But not every male is right for every female. I'm looking forward to seeing Jag's progeny groups here in the US because I think he will be getting breedings to more correct phenotypes here.

JDN
Brittany
Brittany
Comments: 167
Joined: Wed Jun 18, 2003 06:20 am
tjg, Do you have current pictures of your litters thats sired by Jaguar? If so can you either email them to me privatly or uploade their pedigree with picture on here and let know what kennel you are.
tjg
Comments: 2
Joined: Sun Aug 31, 2003 04:03 pm
I have used Jaguar as stud for my females and really like what he is producing. The litters I have seen from Jag are very uniform, big boned, good conformation,
rich color, and excellent temperments.
I would definitely recommend Jag to anyone who might be considering using him. Beth Coats (Jag's Owner) is great to work with and is very helpful to make all of the arrangements both before and after the breeding.

TOMMY
Brittany
Brittany
Comments: 167
Joined: Wed Jun 18, 2003 06:20 am
Im planning on getting a bitch puppy from a friend of mine, lets just hope that the bitch is preggers, which im sure she is. I would like to ask some questions. Why wasn't Jag shown or excuse from 2001 and 2001 sieger show? I am thinking of using Jag for stud service but would like to learn more about him.
bcoats
Comments: 8
Joined: Thu Jul 31, 2003 12:50 pm
Thanks! Can you send me a pic of Kerry? His pic is not showing up on the pedigree data base.
Send to gsdpups@msn.com

Thanks
Beth
KellyCzaja
Comments: 12
Joined: Sun Jun 15, 2003 01:31 am
Uzi is bred to VA Kerry vom Torberg- and we are very excited! Kerry is a very masculine male, beautifully structured and has super bitework.
bcoats
Comments: 8
Joined: Thu Jul 31, 2003 12:50 pm
Aw...Thanks! Who are they breeding Uzi to??
Thanks for the info!!

Beth Coats
Proud Owner of Jaguar!!

Leslie Wooldridge
Comments: 6
Joined: Sun Sep 14, 2003 03:13 am
Hey! I'm a good friend of Kelly's & am also the handler of "Tigra". The bitch out of Jaguar that belongs to Kelly Czaja that you were inquiring about is Uzi von der Mausespitz, @ home she's called "Tigra". I believe you met her, myself & Kelly w/ her family @ the Sieger show in North Carolina. It was good to see Wolfgang again and Jaguar. The two of them together is an awesome site. In any case, there's your information that you were looking for. And do know there is a photo of Uzi on this web site.
p.s. her first breeding is taking place this week! XOXOXO~
bcoats
Comments: 8
Joined: Thu Jul 31, 2003 12:50 pm
Kelly,
Is your Jaguar bitch, Angelina vom Faehnrich? I tried to find a picture of her on this site but it showed no results. I am the owner of Jaguar and am collecting progeny photos. Would you be so kind as to send me a pic of her to gsdpups@msn.com .
Thank you so much and congrats on your V6!!

Sincerely,

Beth Coats
www.gsdpups.com
gsdpups@msn.com
828-738-3606
CUFFZ118
Comments: 3
Joined: Sun Sep 28, 2003 12:52 am
VA Jaguar is a Well Put Together German Shepherd. I have seen his Protection work up Close at Various shows here in the USA. It is among the Best!!! He is so Well Mannered at shows and at Home when Breeding!! In my opinion he is by far the Best Example of a 100% West German Show Dog of his Breed. No Doubt anyone who Breeds there Dam to him will have the Best looking Pups!
Good Luck JAGUAR!!
Wade H. Walker,III
Lawgermanshepherds.com
828-432-9770
Dog1
Dog1
Comments: 58
Joined: Tue Jun 10, 2003 08:29 pm
Check out the Urma picture we found of him.

http://www.gsdpups.com/stud.html

It should be posted on this site soon.
KellyCzaja
Comments: 12
Joined: Sun Jun 15, 2003 01:31 am
I want to post to anyone who is interested in a Jaguar pup- I have a Jaguar daughter who is just spectacular. She just made V6 at the NASS. She is strongly pigmented, sound, typey bitch with a gorgeous head, a1 hips, and most important, an outstanding temperament. I have seen many Jagaur progeny, and the majority of them also carry these traits. Best of luck to Jaguar in the states.
bcoats
Comments: 8
Joined: Thu Jul 31, 2003 12:50 pm
For everyone who has been asking. Jaguar is now living in North Carolina, USA.

We have a couple of Jaguar litters due to whelp in December and January 2003 and we are taking deposits on these litters now.

We appreciate all the wonderful compliments we have been receiving in regards to Jaguar so we would to thank you all!

You can keep up to date on Jaguar and his upcoming litters at www.gsdpups.com

Sincerely,

Beth Coats
www.gsdpups.com
gsdpups@msn.com
828.738.3606
Dog1
Dog1
Comments: 58
Joined: Tue Jun 10, 2003 08:29 pm
Jaguar is settling in his new home in the US. He attended the Northeastern Regional Conformation show this weekend and placed V1.



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