Please Breed To The Standard
For what I see, the question was a general one about if it is a good pedigree or not. The poster said they wanted a puppy. At first, it just seemed like they wanted to learn what they were looking at.
As I read more, I realized that the posters intention was to breed. Sooner1468, keep in mind you are asking a board of germen shepherd experts if you should breed that dog. Expect an honest reply Ė we have been breeding for some time and as mentioned the absolute definition of a backyard breeder it someone who doesnít breed to improve the breed. There are standards for a reason. Itsí so very important!
If you go a couple generations back, you see a couple SCH3, but we have to go back to 1989 to find that! From a visual, its not the ideal conformation. Have you seen the puppies movement? Yes, those dogs seem way too tall and we all breed to the standard. Its not a slam, itís a fact. Not to offend, but youíre going to have to get thicker skin if you want to learn about breeding.
Please learn more before you decide to breed. None of us see anything amazing there worth it, Iím sorry to say youíre better of going to volunteer at a rescue and some shows to learn what you are looking at and the difference. It takes years and its all about the journey. What everyone (I think!) is trying to say is please donít breed any dogs that donít meet the standard and improve the breed. Once you have worked with some experienced people and learned more, you will develop an eye for it. Please be patient it takes years. Never ever ever be in a hurry to breed anything, especially when you don't know what you're looking at as compared to what the standard is.
Welcome to the board, we all hope you will stick around and learn more if this is your passion.