V Dachs v. Bern

V Dachs v. Bern
SZ# 429017
Breeder: Mr. F. Schorling (Hanover)
Born: December 6th, 1931





V Harras v. Glockenbrink HGH ZPR

V Alex v. Ebersnacken SchH III

Frigga v. Hils
V Dachs v. Bern

Utz v. Haus Schutting

Viki v. Bern

  Olle v. Bern
 

"Dachs was whelped on Dec. 6, 1931 in a letter of 8 (5 males, 3 females), which included Dolch. The breeder was Mr. F. Schorling (Hanover). Dr. Roesebeck examined Dachs at the age of 22 months. From his report we can recontruct the following picture. Dachs was a tan colored dog with black muzzle and saddle and a tan and grey stripe at the withers. He was strong and of medium size, a good representative of the standard, with noble expression, good temperament and good gait. He is described as lively, alert and fearless. Dachs had strong jaws and strong, healthy teeth which met in a scissors bite. He had the harmonious proportions of a trotter, strong, medium-heavy, substantial and covered plenty of ground on standing. His forechest had good depth, his front and rear angulations were good. The shoulder blade was long and well placed and he had strong shoulder ligaments. The upper arm was long and well placed, the lower arm long and straight. The pasterns were well coupled and the paws were arched and compact. The croup was good, he had strong thigh muscles and a long upper thigh. The hind leg ligaments were strong. He had a fleeting, spacious and elastic gait and good rear drive, transmitted through a strong back."

Report in the November, 1956 issue of the Shepherd Dog Review

"Beautiful dog, but no hero... today he would not pass any (temperament or character) examination, would not be approved, or entered in the special book (Koerbook) as most suitable for breeding."

~Herr Alfred Hahn
breeder of Odin v Busecker Schloss

 

  Most Important Progeny:
Dams
1937 & 1938 GV Ch. Pfeffer v Bern
1937 GVX Ch. Percha v. Bern
Ch. Odin v. Busecker Schloss
Gerda v Busecker Schloss
Devise v. Haus Schutting
Dolly v. Rehkolk