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post #1 of 37 (permalink) Old 02-21-2015, 10:53 AM Thread Starter
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Czech vs DDR bloodlines

Is there any noticeable difference in the drives and temperament of czech and DDR bloodline gsds?
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There is huge variation within each.


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There is huge variation within each.
Not really though, Czech dogs descended from DDR dogs. The differences are minimal and if you see the Czech dogs, they always have DDR descendants.
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Not really though, Czech dogs descended from DDR dogs. The differences are minimal and if you see the Czech dogs, they always have DDR descendants.
I said there is variation within each bloodline. You don't agree that there are higher-drive Czech dogs and lower-drive Czech dogs, higher threshold DDR dogs and lower threshold DDR dogs, more and less civil DDR dogs and more and less civil Czech dogs? In my experience there is a wide variety of personality, drives and temperament in each line. There is enough variation within the two bloodlines to render it pretty pointless to say, "Czech dogs are like X and DDR dogs are like Y."
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I see a distinct difference in the two....but that's only based on owning and researching them for past twenty years.
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Btw Emoore, I will be in Austin from 27th to march 1st. PM me if you would like to touch base, I would like to see your dogs.
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LOL Cliff!!!!!!!!


I also think that while there are variations in each (subtype) and even to different bloodlines....what is being bred as pure DDR today has distinct differences from other types....but is invaluable to bring out/forward the qualities that are associated with the DDR type - Lord G in particular is quite often seen in the WGR and Belgian breeding - particularly via Manto .....from my miniscule experience of 17 years....I definitely can see why.

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I am very impressed by the beauty of the pure DDR type gsds in Zwinger-vom-Parchimer-Land kennel.

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Zwing...Parchimer-Land

I fins them more appealing than WGSL dogs
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Not pure DDR any more - that latest litter is all West German working lines

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Btw Emoore, I will be in Austin from 27th to march 1st. PM me if you would like to touch base, I would like to see your dogs.
I'ts just Kopper now. But I would like that.


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