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German Shepherd Dog - maleMale

VA1(DK) Karat's Yoker 

 Kkl 1 

Sire Born: 28. October 2001

VA1(DK) Karat's Yoker

DKK  18981/01 (SZ 2128019)
Hip: SV: HD a-fast normal (a2) - Elbows: Not known
Tattoo: T 30497
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Breed report

Large, medium-strong, definitely typey and expressive dog, Very good body proportions, harmonious overline with well sloped croup. Very good angulation. Correct chest proportions with straight legs as seen from the front. Straight, correct moving (coming and going), harmonious gait with effective drive and free reach. Sure confident nature. TSB pronounced; lets out. Special advantages: Very expressive, very well-pigmented dog, anatomically correct. Advice for breeding: Suitable for the improvement of the body anatomy and pigment.





VA1 BSZS 2001 Ursus von Batu SchH3 male

SZ 1932624
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
VA1 BSZS 2001 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.


VA1(I) Hobby vom Gletschertopf SCHH3 male

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


VA1 Jeck vom Noricum SCHH3, FH male

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


V Quitta von der Ehrenfeste SCHH1 female

SZ 1773647
HD-noch zugelassen

V Verena von Batu SCHH2 female

SZ 1834230
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)

VA1 Zamb von der Wienerau SchH3 male

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


V Maxi von Batu SCHH2 female

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


VA3 VA1(DK) Karat's Olly SCHH3, IPO3, BHP3 female

DK 03607/97 (SZ 2015361)
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
VA3 VA1(DK) Karat's Olly

Over middelstor, udtalt harmonisk, ædel og velbygget, typefast, udtryksfuld tæve. Smukt, udtryksfuldt hoved, mørke øjne, korrekt forløbende overlinie, velansat høj manke, fast ryg og lænd, velformet kryds af særdeles god længde. Særdeles godt vinklet for, fortrinligt vinklet bag, særdeles gode brystforhold, lige for. Bevægelsen er langtrækkende og kraftfulde med fortrinligt fraskub og effektivt og langt fremgreb. KMH udpræget, slipper. Særlige bemærkninger: En tæve med megen udstråling og udtalt harmoni med et korrekt bevægelsessystem og udtalt fasthed i alle forhold. En tæve, der bør tilføres de allerbedste hanner for at fastholde egne kvaliteter.


V Yoker vom Lechtal SCHH3 male

SZ 1911557
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
V Yoker vom Lechtal


2X VA2 Karly von Arminius SCHH3 male

SZ 1829910
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
2X VA2 Karly von Arminius


VA3(I) V14 Randi vom Lechtal SCHH3 female

SZ 1811000
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
VA3(I) V14 Randi vom Lechtal


SG Karat's Ronda SCHH3, IPO3, BHP3 female

DK 28364/93
HD-SV: HD a-noch zugelassen (Dänemark)
SG Karat's Ronda


VA1 Ulk von Arlett SCHH3 male

SZ 1769704
HD-SV: HD a-fast normal (a2)
VA1 Ulk von Arlett


VA2(DK) Karat's Jenka BHP3 female

DKK 02880/91
HD-FCI: A 1/2
VA2(DK) Karat's Jenka

User comments

Posted: Mon Sep 07, 2009 03:55 pm
This Is a fantastic GSD
Posted: Wed Feb 13, 2008 04:04 am
Gorgeous GSD!

I happen to own a dog from one of his litters! :)
Posted: Tue Oct 23, 2007 02:08 am
Are there any Yoker puppies available?
Posted: Sun Mar 18, 2007 09:20 am
Does karat yoker progeny second generation have good bone? i have a odin puppy in karat yoker line , He seems to be heavy bone and slightly longer than usual. Is it the karat yorker of odin holtkamper?
Posted: Fri Dec 15, 2006 05:00 pm
very bad photo of Karat's Yoker
Posted: Mon Sep 11, 2006 11:10 pm
V Karat's Yoker will go to China for China Siger show

this male about stp .16th 2006.into CHina
Posted: Sun Sep 10, 2006 11:17 pm
Ask her, how VEGAS is doing in China!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted: Sun Sep 10, 2006 07:14 pm
Hi Racheal,¿are you sure? For me this is the Top GSD.Hope he comes back soon.
Posted: Sun Sep 10, 2006 09:10 am
V Karat's Yoker come to China now !!!this male stand stud in CHina
Posted: Mon Jul 31, 2006 04:38 pm
This yr chances of Yoker in VA catagory r more. what u think?????
Posted: Sun Oct 10, 2004 08:59 pm
This Is a fantastic GSD.
In my opinion he is one of the best good looking GSD in the world.
Beautiful colour, strong head good in construction..
Posted: Tue Jun 15, 2004 04:49 pm
You can see some puppys son of him in:
Posted: Fri Jun 04, 2004 12:19 am
I would say the best thing to do would be to contact the kennel Karat.

Jimmy B & Heidi R Rasmussen.
Mølledraget 3, 8653 Them, Denmark.
Tlf & Fax +45 86 84 84 95
Cellular: +45 22 23 49 00

Posted: Thu Jun 03, 2004 11:37 pm
I am very interested in learning more about this dog. I saw his mother in the US at a USA show in Washington state in I think it was 1997. As a AKC show breeder of quality dogs (bred the 95 US GV and 96 US GV), when I saw her, well, I just thought she was excellent.

I am very pleased to see that it appears she's produced several nice progeny as a brood bitch.

Anyway, does anyone know if it is it likely this dog will ever come to the US or does anyone know the web address of his owner?

Thanks in advance,
Kathaleen Strong
Posted: Thu Jun 03, 2004 12:53 am
do you know e-mail or fax of his owner?
Thank you.
Double B
Posted: Fri Jan 30, 2004 07:00 pm
No he is in Schloß Holte Stuckenbrock at his co-owner Ralf Jürgens.
Posted: Fri Jan 30, 2004 04:43 pm
Where is Yoker located at the moment. Is he in Denmark, with his breeder?
Posted: Thu Jan 29, 2004 08:30 pm
this dog looks better and better by day
Posted: Tue Jan 13, 2004 03:58 pm
Welcome Leri Hudson !
Now here is a very nice representation of Yoker's future producing ability from one of his first litters. Best of luck to Hudson and his owner Francois, may he realize his full potential. http://www.pedigreedatabase.com/gsd/pedigree/392116.html
Posted: Mon Dec 22, 2003 04:01 am
Good answer Solo - objective and pertinent and especially useful, as long as you've REALLY seen the dog and you can explain your opinon. Why do some get these comments so personal and become so defensive? This is supposed to be a constructive disscution on dogs - pointing out their defects is a way of learning more and helping breeders make better choises.
I don't think what Solo said brings any prejudice to Yoker - he's a great dog, not perfect, as there is no such thing as a perfect dog, but beautiful and breeders will use him as a stud minding his little faults, that's all.
Posted: Mon Dec 22, 2003 01:56 am
I have seen this dog, and been around him, I also watched this beautiful dog VERY carefully at the Sieger Show, I watched him do the STAND, I watched him in his class for almost half an hour. I did this because I liked this dog so much, I may want to use him. I have also read ALL the comments on this dog, on this site. Those who enjoy 'selective' vision, well just carry on, don't mind me, I will hopefully be at next years Sieger Show, and continue assessing prospective studs, as I also do on my many visits to Europe, and also following up on this years Young hopefuls, of which many never re-appear.
Chad, Why don't you tell us who you are?
Solo is David Payne - now that is not difficult is it?
Posted: Sun Dec 21, 2003 07:09 pm
To take it one step further.......
How many people actually have seen the dogs they comment on in person?
A picture is not always better than a thousand words!
Pictures are a wonderful introduction for those of us not fortunate enough to see a dog in person, but before commenting on a dog you should pay close attention to the observations and critiques of those who have actually been around the dog.
You can not ascertain the dog’s movement, structure in natural environment, nor its temperament and character from a photo.
I find it exciting to see a possible up and coming star and imagine the positive impact he or she may have on the breed. That’s what makes our hobby so much fun. Everyone is entitled to their opinions, and used correctly this forum is a wonderful place to have many open and honest exchanges.
Put aside the negativity unless you can state any problems or things to be aware of from your personal observations and experiences.

Posted: Sun Dec 21, 2003 06:33 pm
Why would solo question the showing in the future Sieger Show "Yoker", and why mention "will he pass the protection" ? Why not ask this question of all the Young Males this year?? When someone states they have made a mating or puppies are due,there is always someone who wishes to throw some question mark over the parents possible weakness.When someone mentions any possible fault in dog the owners feel they are being subjected to some kind of witch hunt,just like the comments made at one of the UK shows when a certain dog was down placed because the judge was critical about the dog, this SV judge was then taken to task by the Owner,even to the UK kennel Club. So think twice in making comments which could put a question mark over a dog there is no need for this type of gossip.
Posted: Sun Dec 21, 2003 06:00 pm
Is it any perfect dog? If Yoker stands a little "east-west", then so what. Isn`t this a problem that a good breeder willl have to look out for, when decideing wich male he will mate his bitch with?
And isn`t it so, that there is something you can "point your finger at" on every dog.
So i think Yoker is a very betifull dog, that deserves to be given a fair chance. But i also think that it is a good thing, that there is a discussion going on, when there are well known dogs.
Posted: Sun Dec 21, 2003 01:34 pm
Why so negative and pesimistic?? ;)
Big B
Posted: Sun Dec 21, 2003 10:47 am
A superb dog out of fabulous parents.Should be easily within the top Vs next year.
Posted: Sun Dec 21, 2003 09:33 am
We should wait and see if this superbly constructed male is entered in next years Sieger Show at Karlsruhe, and see if he participates in the Schutzdientest, and if he passes.
Posted: Sun Oct 19, 2003 03:12 pm
If he can produce his type then I believe that he will be a TOP future VA Dog. I saw him in Ulm....He moves like a dream and immediatly makes a "WOW" impression. Not to take anything away from the rest of the field....but IMO leaps & bounds above the rest. Awsome Dog! He has some prodgeny just hitting the ground. I will purchase a female out of him.(Wish Me Luck)
The site listed below shows a more recent photo of him. You can see how well he has matured since the last photo posted here. fhttp://www.karats.dk/engelsk/Engelsk.htm
Posted: Fri Oct 03, 2003 12:06 pm
Sorry, but one time it is not right. This beautiful dog failed two times in his bite-work. That can sometimes be the result, if we put to much pressure on the dogs, in a very young age.
Posted: Wed Oct 01, 2003 03:30 pm
He failed once in Denmark
Posted: Wed Oct 01, 2003 09:35 am
Is it true that the dog failed two times the bitework for breedsurvey in Denmark before he made breedsurvey in Germany ?
Louise M. Penery
Posted: Wed Sep 17, 2003 09:07 pm
"Yoker is a pretty young male for sure, with beautiful expression, but he stands east-west in the front. This is a common problem from Ursus."

This is a minor imperfection if he comes at you cleanly and has tight feet. Even Ursus stood east-west as a young dog. You can see this in many of his pictures. Some (obviously, not all) dogs stand a little east-west in order to maintain better static equilibrium.

Do this test with YOURSELF. Try to stand with your feet fairly close and pointed straight ahead of you. If someone pushes against your shoulder, you may tend to lose your balance. Try the same test with your feet a little further apart and a tad east-west. See what I mean?

Louise M. Penery
Posted: Wed Sep 17, 2003 03:59 am
Yoker is a pretty young male for sure, with beautiful expression, but he stands east-west in the front. This is a common problem from Ursus.
Posted: Tue Sep 16, 2003 01:00 am
It will be very interesting if he appears in the working dog class at next years Sieger Show.
Posted: Mon Sep 15, 2003 11:30 pm
Super Dog!!! Excellent in construction.
Posted: Mon Sep 15, 2003 09:22 pm
The photo is Yoker I put it here myself.
Posted: Mon Sep 15, 2003 08:08 pm
This is for sure Karat¿s Yoker!
Posted: Mon Sep 15, 2003 07:27 pm
the same, exact picture appears attached to Zamp Thermodos's pedigree - which one is it?
Posted: Sun Sep 07, 2003 07:58 pm
SG2 ;) Not too shabby. Gorgeous male.
Posted: Sun Sep 07, 2003 02:34 pm
nummer ein
Posted: Sat Sep 06, 2003 05:48 am
Awesome site...... has the makings of a REAL winner, at least by the looks ;)!!!
Posted: Fri Sep 05, 2003 07:54 pm
this is one of the most balanced dogs that one gets to see! he's a stunner.
Double B
Posted: Wed Sep 03, 2003 12:23 pm
I promise this will be the 18-24 months sieger this year.
Posted: Wed Sep 03, 2003 11:58 am
This dog is so pleasing to the eyes, harmonious construction, This is the kind of Dog Id love to have with me.

This is a dog pedigree, used by breeders and breed enthusiasts to see the ancestry and line-breeding of that individual dog. The pedigree page also contains links to the dogs siblings and progeny (if any exist). For dog owners with purebred dogs this is an excellent resource to study their dog's lineage.


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