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Rumpelstielzchen 05-13-2014 07:11 PM

Watertown Sturmfalken Breeder?
 
does anyone have information on sturmfaklen breeder in watertown new york?
i heard good things from people that have boarderd there dogs with them and would like to get some more information.

wolfstraum 05-13-2014 07:24 PM

Sandra grew up in one of the top breeding kennels in Germany...she has only had one small litter and the female is going back to Germany so her parents can pick up on their breeding with some of their own lines again....

She seems to be able to handle dogs pretty well in a pack setting....

Lee

Rumpelstielzchen 05-13-2014 08:22 PM

she wants another litter, from what i herd. do you think it is a good choice for a schutzenhund beginner? i always wanted to do it.

Xeph 05-13-2014 10:53 PM

She's planning a repeat, and a breeding with Drago Patriot down the line

Jax08 05-13-2014 10:59 PM

If you are able, you should go see the dogs work. What's right for one person is wrong for another. Go see if you like how they work.

Rumpelstielzchen 05-14-2014 12:26 AM

whaat breeding would you recommend for a beginner handler?
i am not new to the breed but i am new to schutzenhund.
can you explain the lines she is planning to brede.

there is no titled on the dogs so are there questions i should ask?

JakodaCD OA 05-14-2014 07:53 AM

you should be asking HER these questions as she knows what she's breeding, the reasoning and what she should get out of them.

LoveEcho 05-14-2014 07:59 AM

Ask Sandra these questions. She knows the breed and knows her dogs... She will be the one with the best idea of what to expect and who they would be a good fit for.


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martemchik 05-14-2014 03:05 PM

Yup...ask the person that's done the breeding and is trying to sell you the dogs. It's the most objective and unbiased opinion you can get.

Jax08 05-14-2014 04:20 PM

Everyone seems to be tip toeing around this because people know Sandra thru the internet. So I'll say what everyone would be saying if she were an unknown.

Here is a link for a responsible breeder.
http://www.germanshepherds.com/forum...e-breeder.html

Personally, the child of a person who has experience doesn't really impress me. I'm a plumber's stepdaughter. Doesn't mean I should be fixing your toilet. And anyone can tell you I'm not a fan of Sandra's but I'm trying to give you an unbiased opinion.

I believe Sandra has her parents input on this breeding so there is some decades of experience behind it. There was some thought behind this breeding by people with decades of experience in breeding.

When I was looking for a breeder for sport, I went and watched the dogs. I found a dogs I really liked, some I didn't, and some I loved. I highly suggest you go meet these dogs. Go meet the breeding pair. They are both on site so won't be hard. Watch them work. That's the best advice anyone can give you. Go see what you like and ask questions.

As far as I know, not a single person on this forum has seen her dogs work so I don't think anyone can answer your question on whether they would be good Schutzhund dogs.

You may get more input by asking for the pedigrees and having Cliff give an opinion on what the breeding may produce. And Marcus Hampton used to work Nala so you may get some information on her working ability from him. Talk to the people on her SAR team on Nala's ability in that venue.


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