German Shepherd Dogs & Puppies – Litter C

German Shepherd Puppies – Litter C – Jemma X Ozzie

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Name: Jemma
DOB: October 2009
Breed: German Shepherd
Pedigree: Jemhund Zita at Vaneldurk

Sire
Name: Ozzie
DOB: August 2008
Breed: German Shepherd
Pedigree: Omen Vom Drei Birkenzwinger 

Description:
This breeding brings a 5 – 5,5 line breed on VA1 Ursus von Batu, as well as combining some fantastic showing dogs. Ozzie’s showing career was short lived, but very impressive. His overall stature and size, mixed with Jemma’s size and shape will produce some excellent sized puppies with great proportions and a desirable mixture of calm character with working ability.

Ozzie is a VA Tino von Godalis son, Bred by Herr Hans Karl and imported by Carol & Alyson from Antilli Gsd’s. Ozzie was shown 3 times prior to the Sieger show in Germany, gaining 2 x VV1 and 1 x VV6. Ozzie was graded SG at the BSZS 2009 at just 12 months old, he has now completed his SCHH 1.Ozzie is absolutely correct size and a true 64cm male, black and rich red in colour, with a correctly angled forehand and the correct desired hind angulations with true soundness of hocks. He has an outstanding temperament with the correct drives for working.

Jemma is a fantastic brood bitch, with all the correct qualities they should possess. She has a fantastic temperament around children and adults, with great poise and a gentle nature. She has good drive and a mature, steady nerve. She is a large female, mostly deriving from her father Balko vom Gleisenauer Schloß (Hips: A-fast normal Achieved KKL1, SCHH 3). Balko’s KOER REPORT: Large one, strong, very strong head, very beautiful expression, remarkably strong, expressive stud type building body structure. Very good building harmony, very beautiful line, proportioned brisket. Masculine structure firmness, correct front, pronounced withers, correctly stored, sufficient long croup. Very well angulated in the forehand and hind angulations; particularly free, vital gait with strong hind thrust.

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