Rykkah vom Haus Hutfeld

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Rykkah vom Haus Hutfeld 


Dam born: 07. May 2009

Rykkah vom Haus Hutfeld

AKC  DN24743306
Hip: OFA-Good [12/2012] - Elbows: OFA-Normal [12/2012]
Tattoo: BE9KCR6

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Linebreeding


     

Pedigree

SCHH3, IPO3, FH2

V13 VA3(USA) Andrjuscha van Noort SCHH3, IPO3, FH2 male

2003
SZ 2135544 (DN115750/02 06-06)
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
Sire
V13 VA3(USA) Andrjuscha van Noort

Sehr typ- und ausdrucksvoller, großer, kraft- und gehaltvoller Rüde mit sehr gutem Ausdruck und Gepräge. Hoher Widerrist, gute Linie, gute Kruppe, korrekte Winkelungen, ausgeglichene Brustverhältnisse, gerade Front. Korrekte Schrittfolge, sehr flüssige, geräumige und kraftvolle Gänge bei sehr guter Gesamtfestigkeit. Sicheres Wesen, TSB ausgeprägt; läßt ab. WA November 2007 , Körmeister Henning Setzer: In hervorragender Verfassung vorgestellt !

SCHH3

VA2 Hill vom Farbenspiel SCHH3 male

2000
SZ 2058265
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
Sire
VA2 Hill vom Farbenspiel

SCHH3

VA8 VA1(CN) Huppy von Arlett SCHH3 male

1996
SZ 1964660
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
Sire
VA8 VA1(CN) Huppy von Arlett

SCHH2

V Dasti vom Farbenspiel SCHH2 female

1994
SZ 1917706
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
Dam
V Dasti vom Farbenspiel

SCHH3

V Endrefalva Chicoletti SCHH3 female

2000
RKF 1103859 (SZ 2096558)
HD-SV: HD a-fast normal (a2)
Dam
V Endrefalva Chicoletti

SCHH3

VA1 Ursus von Batu SCHH3 male

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

SCHH1, IPO1

V Endrefalva Svitti SCHH1, IPO1 female

1996
RKF 83824
HD-SV: HD a-fast normal (a2)
Dam
V Endrefalva Svitti

SCHH1

V Babs vom Haus Hutfeld SCHH1 female

2005

HD-SV: HD a-fast normal (a2)
Dam
V Babs vom Haus Hutfeld

IPO3

VA7 (I) Arro Delori IPO3 male

2002
LOI 03/54364
HD-SV: HD a-fast normal (a2)
Sire
VA7 (I) Arro Delori

SCHH3

VA7 Marko della Valcuvia SCHH3 male

2000
LOI 01/53518 (SZ 2136091)
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
Sire
VA7 Marko della Valcuvia

SCHH1

V3(IT-S.A.S.) Nora del Rione Antico SCHH1 female

2001
LOI 01/86758
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
Dam
V3(IT-S.A.S.) Nora del Rione Antico

SCHH1

V Yule Allemania SCHH1 female

2002
SZ 2119469
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
Dam
V Yule Allemania

SCHH3

VA1 Bax von der Luisenstraße SCHH3 male

1999
SZ 2042606
HD-SV: HD a-normal (a1)
Sire
VA1 Bax von der Luisenstraße

SCHH1

V Ronja von der Wienerau SCHH1 female

1995
SZ 1942587
HD-normal
Dam
V Ronja von der Wienerau



User comments



Seeker of Truth
Seeker of Truth
Comments: 25
Joined: Fri Jun 06, 2008 01:31 am
The only comedy here bazza is you.
Have fun with your Blackberry, be sure to check your Face Book account. What a child...What an idiot!
bazza
Comments: 357
Joined: Sun Aug 24, 2008 05:50 pm
Very interesting louise, thanks for that. Seeks the truth, nice to see you do comedy as well as dull. Have you ever heard of mobile internet, no need to sit indoors at a computer nowadays, you should try it, go on don't be so DULL, lmfao. My Blackberry is an amazing thing.lol.
Louise M. Penery
Comments: 70
Joined: Fri Jun 13, 2003 03:23 am
Not a fake color--just perception of a color determined by color temperature in ambient lighting conditions in which the photo was taken.
el hombre gordo
el hombre gordo
Comments: 4
Joined: Sun Jul 11, 2010 02:12 pm
Fake color in this photo.
Louise M. Penery
Comments: 70
Joined: Fri Jun 13, 2003 03:23 am
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kelvin#Color_temperature

"The kelvin is often used in the measure of the color temperature of light sources. Color temperature is based upon the principle that a black body radiator emits light whose color depends on the temperature of the radiator. Black bodies with temperatures below about 4000 K appear reddish whereas those above about 7500 K appear bluish. Color temperature is important in the fields of image projection and photography where a color temperature of approximately 5600 K is required to match "daylight" film emulsions. In astronomy, the stellar classification of stars and their place on the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram are based, in part, upon their surface temperature, known as effective temperature. The photosphere of the Sun, for instance, has an effective temperature of 5778 K."

Even when I walk my dog during sunset hours, his reddish tan appears to glow. Sometimes, the black hair takes on a reddish tinge.
Louise M. Penery
Comments: 70
Joined: Fri Jun 13, 2003 03:23 am
I have a pictures of a dog taken under similar lighting conditions and appearing irridescent. Color is based on color temperature and is measured in Kelvin units.
Seeker of Truth
Seeker of Truth
Comments: 25
Joined: Fri Jun 06, 2008 01:31 am
Bazza, if you "Get Out" and see dogs this color then it's time for you to get out and get your eyes checked. It shows the level of your intelligence that you would relate my avatar to me having a very dull life....what an idiot you are! I don't live in a dull place, I live in the real world. As far as getting away from my computer you should heed your own advice, looking at the amount of posts you have you seem to live on this site, talk about getting out or getting a life... HA!
I only post when I see B.S. like this, only an idiot such as yourself would defend a picture like this as being the natural color of this dog. Wake up idiot, instead of defending your friends or attacking people that "Call Out" the B.S. artists try using the brain that God gave you to think intelligently for a change.
bazza
Comments: 357
Joined: Sun Aug 24, 2008 05:50 pm
Hexe, and what an excellent photo it is.
Seeker of truth??? NO DOG IS THAT COLOUR???? WTF, you obviously don't get out much or judging by your dull black and white avatar, live in a very dull place and have a very dull life with a very dull outlook on everything judging by all your dull comments. Shame.....try getting out more and away from your computer, get a bit of colour into your life, lmao.
Seeker of Truth
Seeker of Truth
Comments: 25
Joined: Fri Jun 06, 2008 01:31 am
Yea well in any event that is NOT the natural color of that, or ANY dog unless they live on 3 mile island. Very misleading original comment by you, I'm glad you clarified it.
hexe
Comments: 27
Joined: Sat Sep 27, 2003 02:31 am
Haven't been smoking anything. The photo was taken in the evening, with the setting sun to my back, and the camera automatically set the exposure. My point was simply that the picture hasn't been Photoshopped in any way, that's all.
Seeker of Truth
Seeker of Truth
Comments: 25
Joined: Fri Jun 06, 2008 01:31 am
What have you been smoking?????
The photo may not have been "retouched" as you put it, but the exposure of the picture is WAY off. You can tell by the dogs tongue and eyes and color of the grass, NO WAY that is the natural color of that dog!
hexe
Comments: 27
Joined: Sat Sep 27, 2003 02:31 am
Updated photo taken 7-9-10, and is NOT retouched in any way. She really IS that 'red'. I didn't believe it either, until I saw her for myself.


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