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German Shepherd Dog - Male
V Claudius vom Hain
Sire Born: 11. March 1944
Hip: Not known - Elbows: Not known
No breed report has been submitted
V Cerno von der Achensmühle SchH31937
V Hektor vom Schachengrund ZPR1928
V Rex du Chatelot SCHH31923
Aida vom Sonnheim1925
Elsa vom Bülowstein SchH1933
Erhard vom grünen Steg ZPr1931
Aurora vom Bülowstein1929
Treue vom Hain HGH1942
Stern vom Lutherwald SchH21936
CH., ROM (US) Chlodulf vom Pelztierhof PH, ZPR1933
SZ 446895 (AKC 158004)
Leda vom Lutherwald SchH1931
Knolle vom Hain SchH3/HGH1938
Worad vom Saaletal HGH1933
Gerda aus der Hermannstadt SchH11931
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.
Posted: Thu May 10, 2018 07:26 pm
"Claudius was born in 1944 in a litter of 6 all gray puppies. It is possible that Claudius was dominant for the colour gray, as I have no indication that he produced anything other than this colour. There is a strong belief among the German working breeders that there is a strong correlation between the dark gray original colour and working characteristics.
I spoke to some of the old time breeders about Claudius, as I was most interested in why they should include this unusual dog with almost untraceable bloodlines in their plans. I got mixed reactions: The working dog breeders such as Alfred Hahn and Josef Wasserman stressed the working ability from the progeny from this line. When I spoke to some of the conformation- oriented breeders, their reaction was, "they felt he was vicious, too aggressive, and produced a similar type of animal as himself". At the time of Claudius they had just come out of the war, they certainly had wanted the dogs aggressive. When doing the attack work, they spent little time in trying to get the dogs to let go of the padded arm. They concentrated on getting dogs to bite and hang on. It would seem that Claudius and his get excelled in the bite work.
Even though there was much judging on aggression, it is also apparent that the Claudius stock, were structurally desirable animals "
Author of German Shepherd Dog History
V Claudius vom Hain SCHH3 by Jessejones on 10 May 2018 - 19:05
Posted: Thu Sep 17, 2009 09:45 am
very good dog indeed agreed
V Claudius vom Hain SCHH3 by Vikram on 17 September 2009 - 09:09
Posted: Thu Mar 31, 2005 06:04 pm
This was one of my favourite dogs!!
V Claudius vom Hain SCHH3 by Gemmel on 31 March 2005 - 18:03