About our dogs
German Shepherd: Our GSDs are second to none in terms of health and temperament. Our GSD bitch comes from imported Eastern European (Slovak, Czech Border Patrol and DDR) working lines and includes:
Hank vom Osterfeld http://www.pedigreedatabase.com/german_shepherd_dog/dog.html?id=574166
Nick vom Heiligenbösch (WUSV 1999, 3*BSP, SCHH3, FH1) http://www.pedigreedatabase.com/german_shepherd_dog/dog.html?id=443
Ernest Bono Campo (IPO1) http://www.pedigreedatabase.com/german_shepherd_dog/dog.html?id=573023
Enny Tur-Lad (SVV1) http://www.pedigreedatabase.com/german_shepherd_dog/dog.html?id=692470)
Cezar z Jasenskej doliny (IPO3,SVV3, SPS, SPO) http://www.pedigreedatabase.com/german_shepherd_dog/dog.html?id=430155-cezar-z-jasenskej-doliny
Car z Kostolianskej cesty (IPO3, SLP3, SVV3, PZ2, SZP1, CACIT) http://www.pedigreedatabase.com/german_shepherd_dog/dog.html?id=409044-car-z-kostolianskej-cesty-cs
Gabi z Pohranicni straze (ZVV2, ZM) http://www.pedigreedatabase.com/german_shepherd_dog/dog.html?id=95548-gabi-z-pohranicni-straze
There are some very influential dogs in our GSD Sally's lines and they have produced some top progeny.
The SVV (Slovakian) and ZVV (Czech Republic) titles are 'real life' situation titles i.e. NOT in a stadium. For many generations the Eastern Bloc GSDs were made for war and they had to function on their own. Eastern European GSDs (like our bitch Sally) are heavy, strong boned with huge heads.
Belgian Malinois: Our Malinois's come from exceptional lines and include the oldest Belgian Malinois lines - des Deux Pottois. The father of our Malinois bitch (Ruth Van Peck) is a general purpose security working dog who works for a prestigious security company in London; her mother is narcotics trained. Ruth is a trained PPD and search dog. Ruth's lines reads like a 'who's who' of exceptional Belgian Malinois's over many years and includes:
Chucky van de Schemmersberg (her father, LOSH 937175) (see http://www.pedigreedatabase.com/belgian_malinois/dog.html?id=734940).
Arco (LOSH 889126) and Zita Van Kempens Glorie (LOSH 871901)
Utamarou des Deux Pottois (IPO 3 and FMBB 99-3, Winner of 3 Belgian Championships in IPO, all breeds; Winner of 2 Belgian Championships in IPO, Belgian Shepherd).
Sim des Deux Pottois (LOSH 733812, French and Belgian Ring lines)
Elgos du Chemin des Plaines (French Ring III; Mondio Ring III; 6 times World Competitor)
G'Vitou des Deux Pottois (French Ring III; Belgian Ring I)
G'Bibber ALSH 34996 (Belgian Ring I, FIN-87-1)
and the equally famous Cartouche (Ring I, NVBK 82-1, 83-1)
Ruth comes from a very old line of Belgian Malinois that can be traced back to the 1890's and it interesting to see how the breed has developed, becoming much larger in size. If you follow the line of Utamarou des Deux Pottois for example, it includes: Rachid de la Fraternitie (LOSH 110997) born in 1942; Goliath du Chalet des Glycines (LOSH 39848) born in 1930; Deivet (LOSH 6466) born in 1901 and Vos des Polders (LOSH 5847) born in 1897. Similarly, the G'Bibber line includes Sirol (LOSH 114301) born in 1944 and Tomy Segers (LOB 138) born in 1896.
Dutch Herders: Our Dutch Herder Stud Dog, Nipper Van Peck, BRN 24058, comes from the Tommy Luijken line http://www.pedigreedatabase.com/dutch_shepherd/dog.html?id=1625286 and our female is Judy Van Peck BRN 24059. Unlike the Belgian Malinois that can have traceable lines back to the 1890s, the Dutch Herder lines are traceable to the 1960s (e.g. Tommy Luijken's line). This is because the Dutch Herder (which according to latest evidence is a naturally occurring dog) came out of a Dutch farming environment where dogs were bred for function and purpose. This tradition continues with the KNPV breeders and those in Holland and elsewhere that breed dogs for health, temperament and athleticism rather than conforming to a breed standard. Whilst KNPV lines do keep records now there are still other unregistered dogs that are bred to work for real - reality dogs. Our Dutch Herder stud dog and bitch are from KNPV lines and are what we call reality dogs, with very high drives, good health and sound temperament.
Our Dutch Herder stud dogs lines include:
Tommy Luijken BRN 2541 (KNPV PH1)
Rocky Van Leeuwen BRN 1676 (KNPV PH1, PH2, OBJ, Surveillance Dog)
Duco II BRN 60 (KNPV PH1) 'Duco II was a very complete dog with excellent drives. A very tough dog which made him excellent for police work. This is what he produced in his descendants - very strong dogs with big heads'
Robbie Van Leeuwen BRN 835 (PH2, Diensthond 499).
The Kelly line (our Dutch Herder female) which includes:
Roy KNPV Policedog I 438 with Honor
Arras Pegge BRN 122 PH I 433 CL, PH II 457 CL, 4e Dutch Championships PH II 1996 (467). 'A very famous Dutchie known for hard hitting on the suit and taking people off their feet'.
Robbie BRN 795 (KNPV Policedog I 415 with Honor (without Recall), Obj. 340 + 23 with Honor
Rocky Pegge BRN 129 (KNPV Policedog I 435 with Honor, Dutch Champion KNPV Policedog I 1996 (435), Overall Champion 1996 (433), Winner National Trial KNPV Policedog V at the Haag (414, ZW) October 1996. Interestingly, Rocky Pegge is the great, great grandfather of our Judy and also Berry II (BRN 13062)
Ringo BRN 506 (PH I 433 CL, PH II 438 CL)
Pecco Pegge BRN 100 PH I 419 CL, PH II 463 CL, Obj. 351+25 CL, Overall Champion 1995 (433 pt) 'Pecco Pegge was an excellent stud dog and produced many great dogs. Indeed, Pecco and Catro Janssen BRN 124 (see below) are great, great grandfather's of Boris Doeze BRN 16086'.
Kitty BRN 123 (PH I 411 CL)
Catro Janssen BRN 124 (PH I 428 CL, PH II 463 CL) 'Catro is behind many of the good Dutchies in the KNPV. He produced dogs with good health and looks and an excellent character. He also threw the trait of high hitting flyers as seen in Arras and Rudie Pegge.