Available Date: JUNE 24, 2019 (More info, please click picture).
|Date Bred||Date Born||Litter Size||Available|
JUNE 24, 2019
*We'll send puppy pictures @ 10 weeks old. M=MALES & F=FEMALES
IBERO (STUD - Father), is "2ND RANKED IN THE WORLD" fully titled SchH3/IPO3/Kkl1/A1/A1, Gunbil bred stud (IPO3/KKL1/A1/A1/83/SG) from our German Kennels in Germany. Large, full-bodied, very strong head, strong body, masculine structure, very good type and expression, harmonious, dry and firm, correct front, pronounced withers, straight back, correct positioned croup, well angulated in the forehand, very well and correctly angulated in the hindquarters, straight powerful free movement. Excellent stud-like head, the mask is pronounced with superior and desired "black and red" pigment! Temperament, nerves, gun sureness, drives, self-confidence. Confident, self-assured dog, "Clear in the head" with stable nerves and safe nature stud!
ZW = 82 (Excellent - Healthy Hip Value) Learn More - Click Here
DORI (DAM - Mother), is from our world class breeding in our German kennels. Sstrong female, confident, courageous with correct type and good drive, very nicely pigmented, strong head, build in correct proportion, substantial, dry and firm, good movement with, safe in nature, secure temperament, clear in the head, excellent genetic health from both parents. Her father is SG3 Tyson vom Köttersbusch, 3RD ranked in the world in 2007. Her grandfather is WORLD CHAMPION VA1 Pakros d'Ulmentals in 2007. Her grandfather is TWICE World Champion" SG1/VA1 Zamp vom Thermodos (2003/2006). She's a perfect family dog with strong desire to work, ready to play and ready to please attitude. this is a gorgeous female, correctly bred.
ZW = 81 (Excellent - Healthy Hip Value) - A LOWER ZW number is much better in producing healthy hips for generation to come. A ZW number greater than 100 means a dog produces (HD - Hip Problems) more often that the breed average. - Learn More - Click Here
A responsible breeder should strive in lowering the ZW score for lower values not only in their current select litter but future generations to follow.