there clearly is deliberate planning . The main thrust is conformation oriented .
If you go back you can see a starting point with all the usual suspects expected from the west German show lines of the 80's .
You also see some lines which ankered the working lines, Marko Cellerland, D Lierberg (Vello x Betty) Pirol Kirschental.
Trienzbachtal was a show kennel that put importance on temperament.
Here is a quote from Fred Lanting while visiting Leo Bucher's Trienzbachtal kennels "I can recall visiting Leopold Bucher’s kennels in Mossbach and being amazed at the remarkable uniformity of his stock. I was also struck with the excellent temperaments of the animals, especially with the Siegerin “Ute”. She was an animal that was completely calm and imperturbable in normal circumstances. I had personal evidence of this! While speaking to Leopold Bucher he suddenly picked “Ute” up and threw her into my arms to demonstrate how placid the animal was. However, a few minutes later when she was suddenly given the command to “guard”, “Ute” was transformed into a lioness! "
---- which is how it is supposed to be.
I think people were non responsive to your question because the names are not familiar to those swimming in the SV pool. Many of the dogs have taken a detour and represent Danish and French breedings .
How is your female ? That is the most important consideration . The actual living , breathing, dynamic animal you deal with on a daily basis.
If you want to delve into the pedigree open a discussion with the breeder . Ask them why they made this pairing , what their plans are. I am sure they would appreciate feed back on your Cleopatra !!
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