|11-26-2013 12:27 PM|
My understanding is the same - Connie's line influences from gens back and is quite strong. She was a great producer and produced better than herself.
|11-26-2013 12:15 PM|
Thank you Wild Wolf.
I just came across thread where Connie was mentioned. It was said tha Tysons motherline was very strong as well as his sire's motherline.
I need to find out more about Tysons traits. ..good & bad
|11-26-2013 12:22 AM|
Tyson's dam Connie was a huge piece of the bloodlines out of Staatsmacht kennels. I have a Connie great grandson (mother/motherline), and when I spoke with Staatsmacht kennels he said that bloodline brought him the intense sportiness he loved. Connie's blood produced a tremendous amount of sportiness from what I've learned.
I wish I knew more about Tyson, but I am a huge fan of what his sister Orla produced (my male included).
|11-25-2013 08:13 PM|
|Ace952||Anyone with any info?|
|09-04-2013 02:13 PM|
Tyson von der Schiffslache
I am looking for for general terms as I know it does depend on the dogs in question in the pedigree and other factors of course.
What are the pros and cons to linebreeding on him?
say a 3-4?
Is he one of those dogs you really only want to see once and not doubled on? Or if he is doubled on do you want it further back in the ped? I can't say that I have seen linebreeding on him but I haven't looked much either. He seems to reproduce himself very much when close up.