|Today 11:52 AM|
|lhczth||Irmus is over 6. His d.o.b. is 7-1-2007. I actually thought he was a year older than that.|
|Today 09:54 AM|
|MrsFergione||Yeah he's only about 4 now? She he SHOULD still be available when my female is of age. I really like the combination of the two. She has Falk lines on the sire side as well|
|Today 08:58 AM|
|cliffson1||I think that Bomber and Drago are not great dogs for most WGWL females, maybe in short term but I think it helps bottleneck issues. I think they are great matches for Czech/West lines that have the nerves to handle the drives coming from sire. As for Irmus, he is not going to be around forever, but a nice genetic base,IMO.|
|Yesterday 04:15 PM|
I want a male out of the Drago x Falk daughter or bomber daughter breedings. A nice male from those lines would be fun to compete with and make a decent stud prospect if he turns out.
Also, pie in the sky now but if my current female(line contains Brawnson, Asko, Cordon) turns out well, Ill be looking for a potential stud. It would be interesting to see what Drago would bring to the match if I decided to outcross instead of line breeding.
|Yesterday 03:13 PM|
|MrsFergione||I've heard a lot about Drago as well. Irmus Galan Nalag is top prospect for us when my female is titled and hips certified and all that, have quite a bit of time until then which is good because I'd like to see how his progeny does over the next year and a half or so.|
|Yesterday 02:43 PM|
|Dosher Segen||I am a new breeder and as I am now, I have spent many hours of research to breed my Czech female. I have decided on Drago just because he is everything I want my puppies to be. My female is everything I want my puppies to be. I want to breed a well balanced dog not only for sport work, but for personal protection for my family. I want a dog that can be turned on and one that can be turned off! I also see a need to bring conformation back to the sport dog. I want the 4 wheel drive and a Cadillac chaste. Am I naive to want it all?? lol|
|09-17-2013 11:15 PM|
|doggiedad||my line but none of us are available.|
|09-17-2013 10:57 PM|
|09-17-2013 11:11 AM|
|Lilie||Well, that's disappointing. I glanced through the posts thinking I'd see my husband's name on the list. Apparently, he hasn't been all that truthful with me.|
|09-17-2013 11:01 AM|
2 of the top 4 dogs at the Northeast Regional were Bomber dogs....also the number 4 dog was High Female in Trial and High Protection....Imported from Germany, the winner was imported in uteruo...
Lots and lots of Bomber stuff titled - nothing rating super super high in the BSP - but nice consistant and decent percentage of progeny titled in Europe....heard of a nice young female at a club in Arkansas that a friend is in...so he has probably produced fairly well....just not at the level that some of the PR/Hype that was being pushed....
Drago is also popular....good looking dog and nice work from what I have heard....
Looking at the BSP results, his sire NOX del Lupo Nero, had several higher placing dogs in the results.....there is a litter mate to Nox here in the States, who has done very well competitively, Nick del Lupo Nero....has not been pushed and pimped for stud, but the few people I know of who have bred to him have been terrifically pleased with his progeny! I did one litter with him and my partner in the female kept back a male for a competition prospect...expect to see him do very well.
Irmus Galan Nalag is used an awful lot....haven't really seen or heard of much of his pups yet. I did a nice litter with a dog with same mother lines, but Orry on top, Gaston Galan Nalag and am pleased with them....they have all their teeth as well...the mother lines have produced super well....
And another dog that has been used sparingly is Max ze Stribrneho kamene and I have liked the pups I have seen out of him alot.....am actually thinking about taking a pup from him and Furious W. which will be a 3 - 3 linebreeding on Tom Leefdalhof. though Elute and Gringo....have seen full and half siblings and am very pleased at the way they have been.
Chuck Dorneberger Bach is producing pretty well with limited litters....a 4 time world level competitor, don't know why he is not used more either. Owner is really not as into breeding as competing, just like with Nick del Lupo Nero....I think breeders are missing a great opportunity with those two dogs.
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