V Major vom Schlos Rugland IPO3 Kkl1

Major will be coming soon from Germany after the BSZS 2017 show! We are very excited about this boy because he has great pigmentation, a very nice expression, good bite work and is the brother to 2 VA males in his litter.  We cannot wait to see how he does at the show in Sept. He will be available for stud to approved females who have certified hips/elbows and a current brucellosis test.

What is important to you in a stud? For me I first check the Pedigree and I look for a Titled IPO male with great temperament, pigmentation, and clear head.

The conformation rating of the dog is high on my list also. I of course want him to have certified hips and elbows. A good history of producing puppies that resemble him is important also.

The drive of the dog will mostly be passed onto the offspring so if you want high drive then look for that in your stud and female both.  If you are looking for a puppy for just a family pet or service dog then you probably want one with a lower drive.  The purpose of the dog should be kept in mind foremost.

We research bloodlines carefully to ensure that we breed the healthiest dog possible.  All dogs will come with a veterinarian exam and their first few wormings and shots that are due at 6 weeks.  For first pick of the litter a deposit is required and you must select your choice before the litter is 8 weeks old.  In the event we do not have a certain gender you selected, your deposit will be refunded or you can select another puppy.  You must take the puppy to your veterinarian within 72 hours of receiving him. If anything is wrong with him health wise we will take the puppy back and replace it with another one.  We strongly suggest having your dog spayed or neutered if you are not a breeder by SV standards.  We also suggest having your dog microchipped.

We breed by the rules set forth by the German Shepherd Dog Club of Germany (SV) meaning our dogs have met all of these requirements:

  • Conformation Show rating of SG (Youth), V or VA
  • Hip and elbow certifications
  • Obedience Test (BH)
  • Endurance Test of 12 miles  (AD)
  • Breed survey by a German judge
  • IPO1 title for females, IPO2 title for males
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V (BSZS 2013) Jever von den Oher Tannen

Jever is a very masculine, confident male who is very comfortable on the tracking field or at home playing in his pond. His bitework is excellent. He was awarded a 5,5 (BSZS 2013 TSB) score in Germany  and he was rated V3 at the North American Sieger Show in 2013.  He is a strong, powerful male and has an excellent temperament. He even lets his Yorkie family member eat out of his dish at home! Jever has no problem covering females naturally and has a great sperm count. His progeny get their temperament and great pigmentation from him as well as intelligence. He is a very clear headed dog and has no problems meeting new people when introduced. His favorite toy is the ball and his food and prey drive is very high. He is available for stud to approved females who have certified hips/elbows and a current brucellosis test.

What is important to you in a stud? For me I first check the Pedigree and I look for a Titled IPO male with great temperament, pigmentation, and clear head.

The conformation rating of the dog is high on my list also. I of course want him to have certified hips and elbows. A good history of producing puppies that resemble him is important also.

The drive of the dog will mostly be passed onto the offspring so if you want high drive then look for that in your stud and female both.  If you are looking for a puppy for just a family pet or service dog then you probably want one with a lower drive.  The purpose of the dog should be kept in mind foremost.

We research bloodlines carefully to ensure that we breed the healthiest dog possible.  All dogs will come with a veterinarian exam and their first few wormings and shots that are due at 6 weeks.  For first pick of the litter a deposit is required and you must select your choice before the litter is 8 weeks old.  In the event we do not have a certain gender you selected, your deposit will be refunded or you can select another puppy.  You must take the puppy to your veterinarian within 72 hours of receiving him. If anything is wrong with him health wise we will take the puppy back and replace it with another one.  We strongly suggest having your dog spayed or neutered if you are not a breeder by SV standards.  We also suggest having your dog microchipped.

We breed by the rules set forth by the German Shepherd Dog Club of Germany (SV) meaning our dogs have met all of these requirements:

  • Conformation Show rating of SG (Youth), V or VA
  • Hip and elbow certifications
  • Obedience Test (BH)
  • Endurance Test of 12 miles  (AD)
  • Breed survey by a German judge
  • IPO1 title for females, IPO2 title for males
Download Stud Contract

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