German Shepherd Dog > Czech Boarder Dogs (88 replies)
Czech Boarder Dogs
by Rogerpodger on 15 November 2011 - 11:19
|Is anyone into Czech Boarder Patrol Dogs ? does anyone have one ?|
by ronin on 15 November 2011 - 13:50
|Firstly you mean Border, as in boundary, not boarder as in plank!|
If you're interested then start with researching Pohranicni Staze, I've added an old link that you might like to read to get you started;
by weberhaus on 15 November 2011 - 15:01
|Yes i am and very much so. I love them. Malinda Weberhausgsd.com|
by LSU mom on 15 November 2011 - 17:10
|Thanks Ronin, your post helped me also. My dog has PS in his background but not sure about all the other names. If you get a chance can you look at Argo daisynina dvora and give me a overview of what you think? I just got him six weeks ago and have little to no knowledge of bloodlines.|
by jreid on 15 November 2011 - 19:40
by Schaferhunden on 15 November 2011 - 22:33
|Argo daisynina dvora Has more west german blood then Czech|
by Border11 on 15 November 2011 - 23:00
Jreid & Gang;
Thanks for the Link "Hyro" is Beautiful good Luck with him. When I spoke with
Jiri from Jinopo Kennels in Cz last I asked whom was his favorite Dog of all time. Which dog was a dog he
would wish he could have back. After some thought He said without hesitation "Grim" , whose in "hyro's" Pedigree. As for Border Patrol dogs
I have two they are extremely intelligent and are great in protection (both have "Grim" in the pedigrees)
these Dog where bred to be good trackers/loyal and great police dogs their so much to I love about them
they are dependaple watch dogs and protectors when in the right hands.
Anyone whom has/had the prividege of owning one will tell you how great they are, most
German shepards are all good protectors but something about the Border Patrol Dogs has fascinated many
a handler an I have also been bit by the Bug. Google... Border Patrol dogs to find out more or Hopefully Prager
will see this thread and add some additional Information :-).
by Chaz Reinhold on 16 November 2011 - 02:15
|I've never had a border patrol dog, but I have owned dogs with some in their pedigree. And what's weird, is that genetically, they just knew to tie themselves up to a post and wait for a bad guy to drive up and agitate the 5#!+ out of them. I know people that know people that have Hitler dogs in their pedigrees.|
by elisabeth00117 on 16 November 2011 - 04:31
|I am very fond of the PS 'lines'. My girl is half czech and I can honestly say that I will continue learning and gravitating towards these dogs.|
My girl is only 7 months old but is already showing great promise (and a tone of attitude..lol). ;)
by Chaz Reinhold on 16 November 2011 - 05:30
|Elisabeth, not saying it isn't, but how do you know which half is contributing what? Have you noticed that it is becoming harder and harder to find an all Czech dog? Many of you are pretty stoked about jiri. Please go look at all the pedigrees on his site. Most, if not all of them are mixed with other lines. The best GSD I ever had was a mix of Czech, ddr, and west.|
by Chaz Reinhold on 16 November 2011 - 06:06
|Also, have you ever noticed how an athlete looks different ten years down the road? They no longer spend countless hours in the gym. Same can be said for breeding. When one is trying to make a living at selling dogs, and your customers are mostly new to sport and the breed , in general, what do you think you're gonna sell them? Do you think it is going to be a highly defensive/reactive dog, or a dog that won't be returned in 6 months? Trust me. Everyone thinks they want a "real dog", but they don't really know what that entails. At least with a gun, you can holster it and nobody gets hurt. With a dog that will actually do damage, you have to have your head on a swivel. I know, training cures all, right? So if the dog is trained, he knows not to jump the fence and bite the jogger that's shadow boxing and yelling, "get some"? No. You have to have upgraded fencing that can't be jumped, be aware of your settings, your dogs reactions, etc, etc. It's a.pain in the ass. I'd rather have a happy-go-lucky doodle and a .40, and you know what I'd do with the .40, right?|
by Pirates Lair on 16 November 2011 - 07:11
|Everyone thinks they want a "real dog", but they don't really know what that entails.|
ps; I want all of my equipment back Chaz....I knew it was you....you broke my heart!
by LSU mom on 16 November 2011 - 07:19
|he knows not to jump the fence and bite the jogger that's shadow boxing and yelling, "get some"?|
This is my biggest fear
by judron55 on 16 November 2011 - 11:55
|well, I'm going to agree with Chaz when it comes to current Czech breedings....alot of West German mixing going on. Not saying it's a bad thing but, they must be realizing something!|
by j haynes on 16 November 2011 - 15:58
|this is my boy...he also has some WG mixed in on the bottom...my favorite dog I have ever seen or owned. |
by Jyl on 16 November 2011 - 17:56
I like your dog too... and LOVE his pedigree. I also like his brother, Boomer, too! I am a big fan of Cordon An Sat.
Here is my female... she is a mostly Czech with a little bit of west german workinglines...
by GSDPACK on 16 November 2011 - 19:18
I like my all czech dog... with some German blood about 6 generations ago. there is not such a thing as pure this pure that.. but I preffer czech dogs however the mixes with west german dogs produced better sport dogs.
by cphudson on 16 November 2011 - 20:00
|LSU mom, your dog Argo's sire line is all West German working lines & his dam line is a mix of WG & Czech lines.|
Really like your dogs pedigree, a lot of my favorite dogs are in his pedigree. Good luck with him.
Chaz I agree with you about real dogs. Your other post cracked me up.
J Haynes of course I like Luc, he is a very nice dog with just as nice pedigree. But you already know that ;)
Jyl your girl has an very nice pedigree as well. I love Orry & Erri offspring.
I really like good working dogs with stable temperaments & nerves, no matter what lines they come from.
The best dogs I've seen lately have been Czech mixed with West German lines for sport, police & SAR.
I prefer majority of WG lines with a little Czech mixed in the pedigree.
by duke1965 on 16 November 2011 - 20:28
|I have and breed czech lines without bringing in the famous flavour of the day dogs , breeders who run to whatever male sells the puppies best are not contributing anything to the breed in my opinion|
I wish there were some more highly defencive/reactive studs around to use
by GSDPACK on 16 November 2011 - 20:33
|Duke there is plenty of them, but you have to know where to look.|