I'm not sure I believe most of it, if any at all, but was more surprised about the story so early on a Sunday morning (9am, 30 deg F). The pup was cute (what 4.5 month old pup isn't?) and since it was a sable I did assume it being some type of working line.
He got into the pedigree dropping a number of names with 'von' in it but unfortunately I'm not well verse in it with my limited knowledge to engaged the guy into a conversation. Wish someone from the board was there with me this morning! Here are additional things that didn't make sense to me that I may need insight on:
-- 'von', isn't that a German word/particle? Wouldn't a Czech dog or one with Czech parentage use a different word?
-- his mention of his parents as MWD dogs and then being bred. I know from reading males are intact but females are spayed. Maybe I'm wrong?
-- if they were bred, wouldn't the bitch and sire be older? How old can a bitch be when being bred?
-- 130lbs for the sire and 100 lbs for a bitch? I thought MWD dogs tend to be on the leaner side to navigate the field or homes or cars or wherever?
-- maybe Czech GSDs are larger? Are they considered DDR?
An off topic question for GSD breeders...Czechoslovakian wolfdog and GSDs? What is the relationship/history there? Checked the Wikipedia entry but would love insight from everyone.