KNPV German Shepherd Femke Hornhutte female powerfull attack - Page 1

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by BlackMalinois on 24 August 2020 - 09:08

Powerfull attack KNPV German Shepherd Femke Hornhutte female



by Hired Dog on 24 August 2020 - 11:08

A very fast, powerful little dog BM, I like her. Now, I will get my pop corn and wait for the naysayers....


by Koots on 24 August 2020 - 11:08

Nice take-down! Have you seen or better-yet, worked this female, BM?

Is she a litter-mate to this dog? van de Hornhütte

Nice ped on Fulkan.


by BlackMalinois on 24 August 2020 - 14:08

@ Koots

  F Litter
Yes same litter that whole litter was great never seen such quality litter GSD like that over those years here many females certified in KNPV here.  

Fenna Hornhutte   same litter






by Koots on 24 August 2020 - 16:08

Thanks BM! Nice of you to let us know about the great GSD over there! I really like the ped & wonder if they repeated that breeding - didn't find any full siblings from other litters on working-dog site.


by BRADY BEE on 24 August 2020 - 17:08

Pretty sure there is /was a bitch from that litter in the uk. Fabi ?

by GSCat on 24 August 2020 - 23:08

@Hired Dog

Could you please pass the salt?

I agree - - very nice 😊


by Koots on 25 August 2020 - 00:08

BM - is Hornhutte kennel breeding dogs like this consistently that you have seen or heard of? May have to keep that breeder on my radar.


by BlackMalinois on 25 August 2020 - 05:08

Is not a comercial breeder, more than 30 years in the game , knowledge what he,s  doing and bloodlines
bred over the years many good dogs,, same breeder as Collin Hornhutte


Here a Nick Heilgenbosch granddaughter


by hexe on 25 August 2020 - 22:08

Gawd, I love fierce bitches like these girls!!

BRADY BEE, you're right, Fabi is shown as being in the UK. Another litter sister, Faaske, shows up as being in the US with David Kiewel, and there's also sister Faith that went to Hilton Head, NC, so it would seem the genetics are also available in North America.

Did notice that one of the males in the litter, Faas, died just two months' shy of his second birthday. BM, do you know anything about what happened to that dog? How heartbreaking that had to be for his owner! I've heard about several young [under 6 years of age] dogs being lost to cancers in the past few years, and that's among my worst nightmares...

The kennel's breeding program looks to be very consistent in type...medium-sized dogs with moderate bone and very good structure, all the way back the the late 80's, with strong emphasis on working ability by the looks of the breeding choices they've been making through these years.


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