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What are the highest scores ever achieved in SCHH3/IPO3?

What's the highest score ever achieved by a German Shepherd?
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100-100-100 300p

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SG1 Deja IPO3 AWD1 KKL1 B/HOT, SG Elena IPO1 KKL CGC B/HOT, LB (the ugly little sable) IPO2 KKL B/HOT, Jarka (up and coming) BHOT, and gone but not forgotten,
Vala SchH3 AWD1 FH2 CGC B/HOT, Donovan IPO1 TR2 AD, Nike SchH1 OB1 TR3 AD CGC HOT, Treue SchH3 CD CGC HOT



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100-100-100 300p
lol...ok who was the dog-and trainer-and did the trainer have OCD?
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300 is the potential

Enno Antrefftal BSP 299 (Fritz Biehler)

Drigon Fuhrmannshof BSP 299 (Fritz Biehler)

they got there because Biehler understood the dog's heritage , Enno being a Frei son -- knew how to bring the dog up , lots of active aggression (fight drive) , yet very trainable and a thinking dog. This is what current sport neglects .
Same with Enno's son Drigon . This was not training . This was their genetic inheritance , Frei passed it on , Enno passed it on , Drigon passed it on.
Another Enno son Falk Eichendorfschule BSP 298

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Mutz Kosakenwald at a club trial. Handler Rainer Kölblin

One of the Staatsmacht dogs did several years ago. Can't remember which one.

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SG1 Deja IPO3 AWD1 KKL1 B/HOT, SG Elena IPO1 KKL CGC B/HOT, LB (the ugly little sable) IPO2 KKL B/HOT, Jarka (up and coming) BHOT, and gone but not forgotten,
Vala SchH3 AWD1 FH2 CGC B/HOT, Donovan IPO1 TR2 AD, Nike SchH1 OB1 TR3 AD CGC HOT, Treue SchH3 CD CGC HOT



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300 is the potential

Enno Antrefftal BSP 299 (Fritz Biehler)

Drigon Fuhrmannshof BSP 299 (Fritz Biehler)

they got there because Biehler understood the dog's heritage , Enno being a Frei son -- knew how to bring the dog up , lots of active aggression (fight drive) , yet very trainable and a thinking dog. This is what current sport neglects .
Same with Enno's son Drigon . This was not training . This was their genetic inheritance , Frei passed it on , Enno passed it on , Drigon passed it on.
Another Enno son Falk Eichendorfschule BSP 298
Wow, that's extremely impressive

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Is that dog Enno a Showlines dog? I really like his looks
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Club trials don't count. But yes all good IPO handlers and trainers have OCD.
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well Mutz did well at the BSP as well - SG I believe third place - score maybe 196?

Hey Cliff , you would appreciate this .
Back in the day , a friend who had my dogs and did co-operative breeding - good for her needs, good for mine , had many opportunities to hang out at Paul Hombach's place . Paul had Fritz Biehler there - selling him Enno Antrefftal . I actually did a breeding to one of the very last Enno sons -- the "thing" with Biehler is that he knew dogs and could train a hard dog and could train a softer dog.
Enno powerful powerful dog -- hard bites.
This friend of mine also took the dogs out with her when she hung out with the Vollrath family. Great decoys . Lots of wisdom gained.

Now they want this hyper speed . A GSD is not a malinois.
I love a good working dog no matter what breed . I love a good malinois and had the opportunity to be in close training contact with several - super-top French ring competitors . I love a good beauceron - have seen them .
But each breed is distinct and should not become the other.

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well Mutz did well at the BSP as well - SG I believe third place - score maybe 196?

Hey Cliff , you would appreciate this .
Back in the day , a friend who had my dogs and did co-operative breeding - good for her needs, good for mine , had many opportunities to hang out at Paul Hombach's place . Paul had Fritz Biehler there - selling him Enno Antrefftal . I actually did a breeding to one of the very last Enno sons -- the "thing" with Biehler is that he knew dogs and could train a hard dog and could train a softer dog.
Enno powerful powerful dog -- hard bites.
This friend of mine also took the dogs out with her when she hung out with the Vollrath family. Great decoys . Lots of wisdom gained.

Now they want this hyper speed . A GSD is not a malinois.
I love a good working dog no matter what breed . I love a good malinois and had the opportunity to be in close training contact with several - super-top French ring competitors . I love a good beauceron - have seen them .
But each breed is distinct and should not become the other.
Amen to that.
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