Super ball, tug, prey drives on both girls. Very solid females - doggy bitches for sure - always mistaken for males. Massive heads, heavy bone, imposing females. Deep pigment and good color. Drives are intense and they are bite monsters. No handler aggression and very easy to train if drives are focused correctly. Have to take care and channel it so drives don't overwhelm the task.
I showed the sable out of the Sid daughter at the USA Sieger show and she went VP - only working line in a class of about 25 show dogs. She has prelimed ok for hips/elbows - will take her in for a-stamps soon. I have worked her on several helpers - excellent genetic grips, super aggression, and very fast to the sleeve for such a big bitch. Comes out of the trailer ready to work - no priming necessary - come out ready for the fray. Very vocal and had a bark/hold down at 5-6m of age. Super obedience - very ball/food driven and a joy to train. Extreme food drive makes tracking both a challenge and a joy - the intense drives have to be directed and focused - I have to give her a full breakfast before a track for example - otherwise she pulls me off my feet going after the track. With age, she is starting to mature but very slowly - she will have to be 2-3y before she truly matures and comes into her own. Very fast, agile, and body aware for a big female - surprising so because she is built like a horse and one wouldn't expect her to be as quick as she is. Will go SG or G in conformation depending on the judge (PM me why if you wish). I see her excelling in obedience and protection. If channeled correctly, her tracking will be high as well, but again, she must mature and settle down.
The baby out of the Falk daughter is my bicolor 2mo Barracuda aka "Bear"
. Already has intense ball and tug drives. Full mouth genetic grip, bites only with her back molars, and she will tug with my adults like it's nothing. Does not take her eyes off the flirt pole and grips without release even with body contact/helper leaning over her, hands around her face. Fearless, curious, inquisitive, social, and vocal. Deep bark for such a little thing. Good on slick surfaces, new environments, and situations. No issue with a 7-8h car ride - came out of the crate and played ball - does not get fazed. Very clean in the crate and kennel - picks up new routines very quickly. Heavy bone and big head. She is a solid girl - build like a tank. She will mature to have SG to V structure. Some other pups out of the same mother:
- Bear will develop similarly in structure imo