German Shepherd Dog > Let's see whats in your favorites! (70 replies)
by live4schutzhund on 02 April 2012 - 18:44
|Back on topic, well the second topic on page two, THE TEST. Are we done or give it a little longer?|
Once again, if you have not read through all the posts. This thread started with me posting dogs out of my favorites which soon led to more familiar topics. I posted a test on the second page. Take a look and participate.
by Blitzen on 02 April 2012 - 19:08
|Sitasmom, you are my kind of GSD breeder. If I bred that would be my goal too. Back to the future........I love those dogs.|
by live4schutzhund on 04 April 2012 - 08:52
|Here is the info about the dogs on page two.|
7 and 8 are the same dog.
12 and 13 are the same dog.
Every dog competed in one or more of the following.
31 2011-08-07 SV LG-FCI (LG07) 2011
15 2010-08-28 SV LGA (LG07) 2010
105 2009-08-28 SV Bundessiegerzuchtshow (BSZS) 2009 Workingclass (Females)
129 2008-09-12 SV Bundessiegerzuchtshow (BSZS) 2008 Workingclass (Females)
17 2011-05-06 VDH IRO RH DM 2011
84 22.09.2011 SV Bundessiegerprüfung 2011
16 04.06.2011 SV Bundes FCI 2011
4 2011-08-20 SV LGA (LG08) 2011
79 2011-09-22 SV Bundessiegerprüfung 2011
7 2011-08-20 SV LGA (LG05) 2011
43 20.08.2011 SV LGA (LG06) 2011
16 28.08.2010 SV LGA (LG06) 2010
5 20.08.2011 SV LGA (LG08) 2011
22 2011-08-20 SV LGA (LG06) 2011
23 2011-08-20 SV LGA (LG06) 2011
53 2010-08-28 SV LGA (LG06) 2010
36 2011-08-20 SV LGA (LG05) 2011
54 2009-08-21 SV LGA (LG06) 2009
All of the dogs are sons and daughters out of Uno vom Stadtfeld.
For those show breeders that took the risk to bring stronger working dogs into their show lines with they are seeing Uno grandchildren like this.
Keep my outspoken opinions quiet for now and see what this stirs up lol.
by joanro on 04 April 2012 - 12:12
|Good job. Was that UNO dog Jan Kokx dog?|
by Blitzen on 04 April 2012 - 12:27
I'd really like to see the dams of these dogs and learn their accomplishments too. Uno didn't do it all by himself. Clearly there is not much consistency in type exhibited, but working ability is impressive. Also, how many total progeny did this dog produce when bred to SL females?
by Blitzen on 04 April 2012 - 12:48
Never mind the question about his being 100% WL's. I just looked at his pedigree.
by joanro on 04 April 2012 - 13:29
|Never mind, it wasn't. Blitzen, did you see uno's dam? I think that might be where the round top lines and rear angulation might come from?|
by Siantha on 04 April 2012 - 15:21
which head type do u perfer i just used these pictures as they are my dogs and the last time i posted someone elses dogs they crawled up my butt
by Smiley on 04 April 2012 - 17:27
|Who is number 7 and 8?|
by Gustav on 04 April 2012 - 18:45
|I take my hat off to these breeders that used Uno....because someone is finally getting it that the genetics of the show world needs to change. This is very very good. These dogs all have nice show structure though different types....but if I remeber correctly the breed has always had different types that were excellent. Furthermore, I assure you that by and large the temperament of these progeny will improve. Now if they really want to improve the conformation dogs, they should take these dogs to another nice structured working line dogs and keep the best out of that for the conformation ring....then you will really start diversifying the genetics, and you will see much improvement in drive, and nerve while still having the structure that is in the ring. Hopefully, they don't after one outside breeding go back to the same genetics that is so saturated in the first place....but I suspect they will....sigh!|
Anyway, I applaud them for what they have done as far as the conformation ring is concerned.
by Ibrahim on 04 April 2012 - 18:55
|Uno vom Stadtfeld comes from Marko vom Cellerland line which is almost lost in today's GSD|