4X VA1 Champion Lines German Shepherd Female Puppies
German Shepherd Puppies National Champion Lines - for additional information please see the link below.To help you choose and understand what you are looking for, I have gathered a few terms that will allow you to understand the excellent blood lines our puppies come from . Our 2 female puppies are now 2 weeks old and will be ready for new loving homes on January 9th 2013. Deposits of $400 are now being accepted to reserve your puppy. Non-refundable deposits are accepted, please see link for more information or message me . Each of our two beautiful female puppies has a black/red coat, and as you will see for yourself when you examined their pedigree, they come from extensive lines of several times National Champions.Pictures show the father (Sire), the mother (Dam) and the two female puppies at 9 days old. For more information please email me, only serious inquires please! emails without contact information and full names will not be replied to.We own the Sire and the Dam and we can provide additional pictures of both parents (additional to the ones listed on the pedigrees.)Here is the direct link for their pedigree:http://www.pedigreedatabase.com/german_shepherd_dog/dog.html?id=2090354-lexas-puppy1;http://www.pedigreedatabase.com/classifieds.viewad?adid=204431Understanding German Pedigrees......All dogs have a pedigree. That is, all dogs have ancestors! The pedigree is the 'family tree' that lists the names and accomplishments of the ancestors of your dog. Some dogs have a great pedigree, while others have a poor (or even unknown!) pedigree. Why should a pedigree matter?Each puppy is a result of the genetics represented in it's pedigree. The better quality, smarter, prettier adults generally produce the better/smarter/prettier puppies! The more that is known about the ancestors and their accomplishments, the less likely your puppy will develop into a disappointing adult. Of course, by then you will love the dog, but you will have to deal with it's problems it's whole life. Start right...with a well bred dog from a good pedigree!Awards for beauty (Championships) are listed before the dog's official name. Awards for training accomplishments (Working Titles) are listed after the dog's official name.German Pedigree TermsSieger: The Sieger is the Male winner of the National Championship Conformation (Beauty) show, therefore it is the best Champion for the entire year. The German Sieger typically beats hundreds of other Champions to attain this coveted title. The only higher accomplishment possible is to be the World Sieger...the top German Shepherd in the world. The Sieger show is held every year in Germany at the beginning of September. The Siegerin is the Female winner in this Championship.Universal Sieger: This as an annual competition to find the dog that has the best structure (beauty) and the best working (SchH) combined characteristics. The dog must compete in a National level Conformation (beauty) show and a National level Schutzhund competition all on the same weekend. The dog that is the best in the combined event is the Universal Sieger. The 2nd place dog is the Vice-Universal Sieger.VA: Select Champion: Awarded to the top few Champion dogs at the Sieger show each year. VA-2 is the Vice-Sieger, etc. (note: VA dogs are worth well over $100,000.00, so getting a breeding to a VA dog is a BIG deal!)V: Champion Vorzuglich (Excellent): This is the standard Championship for excellence of quality. No dog in Germany can even TRY for it's Championship until it is at least 2 years old, has passed a hip x-ray for Dysplasia, has passed a Temperament Test, has a working Schutzhund degree (tests the dog in Tracking, Obedience, and for Courage), and passed a 12 mile Endurance test...then you can show the dog to see if it is ALSO pretty!SchH and IPO (1, 2 &3): Schutzhund: Schutzhund is a test of the dog's trainability and talents in Tracking (following a person's trail similar to Search work), Advanced Obedience (includes working under gunfire. Dogs that are afraid of gunfire are also afraid of thunder and lightening...a real problem. If you've ever had a dog that is afraid of loud noises, you'll understand why it is important), and the dog is tested for it's Protection abilities. A Schutzhund dog must work off leash in a crowd of people with out endangering any one. They are the 'cream of the crop' when it comes to trained dogs!KKL 1A and KKL 2A : KKL= Koerklasse. Before a dog can be bred in Germany it must pass all the above tests, and then it must also be evaluated by an official of the German Shepherd Club of Germany (Schaeferhund Verin) called a Koermeister to further test and evaluate the dog's temperament and structure. Every part of the dog is described in a report called a Koerreport. Dogs that are considered to be prime quality breeding prospects will be graded KKL1, dogs considered acceptable for breeding, but with some warnings of what to watch out for, such as being oversized, etc.will be graded KKL2. Dogs considered "not suitable for breeding" will not earn a KKL rating, and they can not be bred in Germany. The "A" means the dog has passed it's hip certification for Hip Dysplasia in Germany.
December 6 2013 on Oodle