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01-13-2014 05:19 PM
G-burg Gerry's a cool dog... with a nice temperament... Nothing phases him in life!
01-13-2014 02:12 PM
wolfstraum OP got a dog from Gerry Morfelder Land - likes it alot

Lee
01-13-2014 01:33 PM
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Contemplating adding another Shepherd this spring as another elderly dog passed on. My trainer is pushing to go through my Sch 3 w my male first but I think puppy would be a year away from hard core training. Anyway my male will be going for his Sch 2 in the spring. Saw several tempting litters posted and wondered what peoples thoughts might be. Priorities:good nerves and biddability. Would prefer strong nerves and less reactive as I come from a rottie background. No screamers, spinners etc. My current male is a house pet w a good on/off switch, very clear in the head. I do have 3 kids but all teenagers, 2 move out to college soon but a very sharp dog not a good fit.
Litter 1
Gucci van Esblokhof

Kato van Zieta's Hof
Litter 2
Iron von den Wolfen
Zascha ze Stribrneho kamene
Would appreciate help. Seriously spoiled by current shepherd

From either litter the key would be pup selection, do you know your pick# for each? Both are capable of producing a VERY serious dog, you need to make sure training resources are available to you and time. It may be a very good idea to complete the Ipo3 level with your current male before going in deep
01-13-2014 09:52 AM
Ajones143 Love both litters.

I'm partial to Gucci since I've had a litter by him before and he's coming to live with me in March. Very hard, serious dog and exceptional producer. He generally crosses very well with a more social sporty female. Not for the faint of heart. .lol.

I love Eros as well. Wished I could breed my female to him but it's too tight of a linebreeding so bred her to Irmus instead which is due soon and cant wait.



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12-16-2013 06:40 PM
MrsFergione Ohh the second option has a ton of the same dogs my female has on her sire's side. I would for sure go for another line like her personally. She's 7 months and already doing excellent in tracking and has great drive. She is also great in the house and does not bark in the house. She gets hyper but she's a puppy and as long as I take her outside to "work" for a few minutes she calms down.
12-16-2013 04:25 PM
G-burg I'm going to shoot you a PM since I train with the the bitch from the 2nd litter you have posted.. And I really like her..
12-16-2013 04:07 PM
antiquelover Thanks everybody. Will keep looking. Spoke to my breeder and he likes his Drago puppy and suggested talking to Gary. I think if it was just me it be easier but my 14 year old will be helping w housebreaking and training when I work. Obviously I don't want this to be too much for us although she has been around rotties since 3-4 yrs.
12-16-2013 11:55 AM
wolfstraum looking at Lisa's comments, the dam's pedigree further on that litter - I probably would not think either litter highly likely to give you the dog you want to live with ....work yes...live with, no

Lee
12-16-2013 11:51 AM
antiquelover Thanks for the info. A lot to think about. I grew up w rotties but the rest of the family is less experienced.
12-16-2013 11:31 AM
lhczth I train with two Gucci kids. They suit their handlers well, but are not for the faint of heart. They have a lot of go, go, go all the time and also a lot of "tude" where they don't take corrections well. Gucci himself is not an easy dog to handle. Of the two litters, I would probably look at the second one.
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