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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-03-2013, 05:41 AM Thread Starter
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What is your opinion on this breeding (lot of Kirschental blood)

Hi,

I'd like to know what temperament and behavior predispositions, let's say personality you would expect from the litter of


V Amanda Ludo Zrut

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V Fanjo vom Haus Kirschental


I trust this breeder as I am sure he does what he does to add to he breed's quality but still, I'm just too curious not ask here. Of course you can post replies about anything regarding this breeding that you might think is relevant, my priority is health and as I said above: temperament and behaviour predispositions.

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-03-2013, 08:56 AM
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I would think you would get good solid temperament with moderate drives. Seems nice for the lines.
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I would think you would get good solid temperament with moderate drives. Seems nice for the lines.
Sounds great Thanks.

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Hi everyone

So, are there any other people wishing to express opinion on this one?
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Havoc, my GSd, has a lot of Kirschental lines and Yasko Vom Farbenspiel. He's gorgeous and has a pretty solid temperament. We did a lot of classes and socializing his first year but due to health matters we were not able to continue through his second year. Without constant training, he's more leash reactive than we would like but we've resumed formal sessions and he's improving.

I think that it speaks well for his temperament that at a little over a year, his world was changed completely and he took it in stride. We've had countless visiting nurses and therapists in and out of the house. My husband was in a wheelchair for a time and on I.V nutrition with an open belly wound. We have never had to worry about Havs misbehaving and he's been at my husband's side throughout a difficult time.

He is also great on vacation. The leash reactivity almost vanishes so I think that it's related to territory. Our world got pretty small for a while. During this time we acquired a pit bull puppy and Havoc's attitude toward her is best described as "benevolent." She's a shy, sharp girl but has absolute trust in Havoc. They are a fine pair.
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Havoc, my GSd, has a lot of Kirschental lines and Yasko Vom Farbenspiel. He's gorgeous and has a pretty solid temperament. We did a lot of classes and socializing his first year but due to health matters we were not able to continue through his second year. Without constant training, he's more leash reactive than we would like but we've resumed formal sessions and he's improving.

I think that it speaks well for his temperament that at a little over a year, his world was changed completely and he took it in stride. We've had countless visiting nurses and therapists in and out of the house. My husband was in a wheelchair for a time and on I.V nutrition with an open belly wound. We have never had to worry about Havs misbehaving and he's been at my husband's side throughout a difficult time.

He is also great on vacation. The leash reactivity almost vanishes so I think that it's related to territory. Our world got pretty small for a while. During this time we acquired a pit bull puppy and Havoc's attitude toward her is best described as "benevolent." She's a shy, sharp girl but has absolute trust in Havoc. They are a fine pair.
I think it could have been worse than just some "more leash reactivity". Impressive post, thanks.

I hope your husband got better since then.
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Hi,

seems like there's been a change, that instead of Fanjo the sire will be

V Faustoo Dlha Roven

The dam is the same, V Amanda Ludo Zrut

So once again I'd like to know what your opinion is:

- on the Dlha Roven kennel Dlha Roven
- on Faustoo, the sire
- on the outcome of their mating Line-breeding for the progency of V Faustoo Dlha Roven and V Amanda Ludo Zrut

Any opinion is appreciated.
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