This breeding combines two bloodlines that are known to
blend well together, both who go back to the super bitch Bleckie Kostar. In fact a very well known performer and stud
dog Emir Chabet is the best example of what these bloodlines can produce. Emir competed 6 times in the WUSV World Championships
and 5 times in the FCI World Championships. Emir's sire is Car z Kostolianskej cesty who is also Ema's grand sire.
Emir's dam is Ema Mat-Roz. Ema Mat-Roz is a littermate to 1997 FCI World Champion Erika Mat-Roz who is Zeppe's grand
dam. This litter is linebred 5-5 on the super
producing bitch, Bleckie Kostar. When breeding top dogs, it is always good to remember that history repeats itself.
Doing a linebreeding known to work so well is always good insurance when seeking to produce top level service dogs. We looked
to the numerous other world class working line kennels that have linebred on Bleckie and it is clear that Bleckie is a top
bitch that is known to produce exceptional drives. Here are some dogs linebred on Bleckie. You can see that many of the best kennels have done this and with
great results. Bleckie is titled IPO3, SPS, SZP1 as well and the hardest of all titles ZVV3.
Ema gave us one of our best working litters to date when
bred to Axel who also provided a linebreeding on Bleckie. With the proven mating of these lines and the working ability
of Ema and Zeppe, it is hard to see them producing a normal litter. We expect these will meet the standards of the most
discriminating GSD enthusiast. Super high and balanced working drives. Environmentally stable dogs that settle
down when not at work.
Puppies from this litter are priced at $1200 USD each. A $300 USD deposit will
hold a puppy from this very exciting litter.
All pups from this litter
come with the following...
Lifetime support by two professional
trainers as well as Klatolklin K9
Sold to Hallie & Daughter Hannah of Wasilla AK for Family
New as of Jan. 2009
Definitely! I LOVE him and so does
Hannah. It has been a little tough on him because the weather hasn't been the greatest for walking every day but I do it whenever
My friend's (Jordan Mahoney) Fiancé
says she trains with you in the summer. SO now I am excited to have someone to go with me!
quartz learns really fast, but he
has become a bit protective (although I guess that is normal) when people come over he won't lay down, has to sit either right
in front of me or in front of the door. Anyway I will send you some photos when I get home. Hannah and Sandy could not be
Sold to Sonja, Rob & Boys of Palmer AK For Personal Protection!
New as of August 2009
Just thought I would send you some recent pictures of Ekko and Forsberg.
I took these last week at Hatcher Pass when we were out picking blueberries.
Take care. Sonja
NEW as of Jan. 3rd, 2009
Happy New Year! Hope your family had a nice holiday break.
Just sending a couple pictures of the babies. You can see how
spoiled they are!
New updates as of Nov. 11th, 2008
Shaun and Brigitte, The babies are great!! I've
attached some pictures so you can see how big Forsberg is. He is such a good dog, and I don't know what Ekko would do
without him. Ekko still holds him down and bathes him -- even though he is now much bigger than her.
Forsberg still does not like riding in a car. Obviously, they are still part
of our lives every minute of every day, so they get lots of work. They love going for their long walks.
Rob and I have been very busy with work and hockey, but we'll give you a call sometime
and get together.
Neil, Shirley & Boys of Virginia for SchH Sport & Family Protection Dog.
NEW as of August 2009!
We are not members of the club at present. We are still networking and socializing folks to us and the dog.
We will definately put a BH and likely a Schh 1 on Asco..simply to do it because we know that he (and shirley) can.
Shirley is getting serious on the formal OB and we are starting to see good results. Beyond that we'll
see if Shirley wants to devote the time to do more. Our primary reason for having the dog is not Schh. His
primary purpose is to protect the family and I need to make sure that he has the training to effectively do that. I
do not want a sport dog that works in prey only or only on the Schh field.
Right now it seems that we have found a helper that can effectively work the dog and understands our
intent. Again. Asco has a loooong way to go, but the initial indicators are positive... and naturally
he remains a member of the family and a buddy to my kids.
Will try and get new pictures on Sunday.. but here are a couple more of him at 14 months that you may not have.
I don't know what the others are seeing in their dogs from this litter, but I can't help to think you're getting many
good reports. We don't hesitate to tell people where we got Asco!
As promised, a couple of pictures from this Sunday.
The Alexandria (VA) Schutzhund Group has been gracious enough to let us train with them. Ms. Peggy O'Callahan,
a club member and dog trainer for over 30 years has begun to work with us and Asco on obedience and tracking. Mr. Marty Segretto,
a club member and USA National Level and DVG certified Helper is doing wonders for Asco's development. Marty is pictured
working the dog. Asco continues to exhibit a good grip, full-bites, and a pronounced degree of seriousness in his
All the best,
Neil and Shirley
New as of Jan. 7th, 2009
Brigitte and Shaun, Here's an updated picture of Asco. Thought it was a pretty good one. Still doing great!
New as September 23rd, 2008
Hi! Another update. Back to the trainers today.
We're working with Wes Jensen of Arrowwood Shepherds of Woodbine, MD. That's Wes in the photos.
Asco had a great time. He likes to track, but he LOVES to bite. We
are not focusing on the out at this time because we don't in any way want to discourage his bite, but Shirley
outted him on command while he was on the sleeve just to prove that he'd do it.
We are working towards 1min of uninterrupted eye contact with our obedience
work. We practice sit and down-stays with distractions with regularity and are working on heeling. Already he is shaping
up to be a great companion dog. Took him to two youth football games and he was great. Still has puppy moments,
but he's no problem at all being amongst all the kids on bicycles, throwing footballs, running around etc..
We've not tracked him this past week but he is now regularly downing on the scent
articles without command. We regularly place them on the floor in the house without him looking and whenever he sees
one he'll down with it right between his paws waiting for a treat! If he sees you throw one down, he'll positively
belly-flop onto the floor after it.
Hope to have some videos to you shortly.
Neil and Shirley
August 10th, 2008
Just wanted to give you a quick update on Asco.
We've started puppy tracking with him and he's doing GREAT. So far, he's proven to have a good
nose and has a desire to work. We've had to make the tracks more difficult than we originally thought we'd have to at
this stage in his training. He has worked through 'S' curves and 90 degree turns without any problem and is doing much better
than we could expect from a puppy his age. We have started working with him on downing on scent articles and he is progressing
I'm not sure what it is, but first it was this dog wanting to crawl through tunnels, now it's the water.
Can't keep him out of it. You need to check to make sure that there isn't a duck somehwere in his lineage! The most amazing
thing is his complete inhibition to putting his head in the water to get somethign that he wants. We've counted him
putting his head in the water for a full 10seconds while looking for a special rock that he wanted to pick up (he
doesn't chew them, just picks them up). I don't mean his face, I mean his whole entire head up to his shoulders!
I've never seen anything like it.
Attached are some picutures. (I couldn't get a good one today of his whole neck in the water but I'll
get one eventually!)
What a great dog!
June 17, 2008
Pics of Asco at VA beach this past weekend. Kept an eye on the kids the whole time.
Tried to fight off all the waves but it was a losing battle.
Hi, Here's a pic of ASCO at 3.5 months. Shirley will send along more pics and a more detailed update
at some point, but suffice to say that he's really doing great! Along with his adult coat coming in, we're starting
to notice his behavior changing with more "adult" GSD behavior appearing. He's still a pup and acts like a pup, but
he is noticeably more settled and content/interested in staying with the family. He has definately become attentive
and watchful of activity outside the yard/house etc. but has not been interested in chasing. He's a
great pup! Neil
This puppy continues to amaze us daily!
Yesterday while he was out in the yard on the 20' leash, he started looking in to the little drainage culvert
that runs underneath our driveway. Shirley encouraged him to go in becasue she assumed that he would be afraid
of the small, dark, culvert. She turned away for a second and Asco ran inside all the way under the driveway...and then
proceeded to lay down in there an not want to come out! We finally went around to the other side and called him out
the other end!
Attached are pictures of him (with dirty nose) in the culvert.
Now the problem is when he sees that culvert he wants to get in there again! Last night he started
heading for a longer culvert that goes under a side-street next to our house... that one is twice as long!
Hope your're having a great day! neil
Thank you Neil and Family for the Updates!!
Asco at his new home in Virginia @ 8 Wks!
The pictures should tell you how he's doing...
However we continue to be impressed with his temperment. Very well mannered and settled. We almost don't need the baby
gates that we bought. Asco follows Shirley around and seems to be content to stay in the general vicinity of her and
play or simply sleep. No issues with house-training.
The vacuum cleaner didn't even phase him. He perked his ears up and watched it. Now the broom, that's another
story... take two swipes at the floor with the broom and he attacks that thing with tail wagging!
We took him to the vet today for a checkup as per the agreement. Shirley can send you the results. Neil
Shaun, We just got back home! The family voted and decided to call Quigley "Asco" in honor of our GSD "Max" who
we recently put down... Asco was his given name.
What a beautiful pup! I am amazed at how settled he was/is. At the airport when we took him out of his
crate, he was alert and not at all shy to explore his surroundings and get a good lick or nibble in on all of us.
We had a stuffed squirrel toy that we drug in front of him and he attacked it. Bit into that thing with a
full mouth, shoook it then stood on it trying to rip it apart. Then he figured that he'd hump it for good measure.
LOL Definately not a timid dog.
We couldnt' bear to leave him in his crate all the way home so we made an exception today and let him out. He was
GREAT in the van on the highway...contentedly biting on a rag or just laying on the bench seat in back between
the boys. Shirley put him in her lap...and I'm happy to say, he might just be a momma's boy. He
licked her face and then just layed there for the longest tim while she stroked his side and talked to him.
The boys are out in the yard with him now... Shirley said, "What a great dog" because they were laying in the grass
and Asco was sitting there between them watching everything.
Thank you for including the food. I was going to ask you about that, but forgot. You took care of it anyway.
It will make it easier to transition him to the raw diet that we will be feeding him.
We will keep you posted and send pics... I need to get off of this computer and watch the dog!
SOLD to Brian & Nicole from Fairbanks, AK For SchH/Family Protection Dog
Updated Sept. 11th, 2008
Hello Brigitte & Shaun, Quemada "Ali" is doing great. She is doing very well with
obedience on and off the leash. This girl has a huge bite drive. I wish we were a bit closer to one another to get her into
training. Her energy level is off the charts. She has been going with Brian on daily runs and usually beats him home
without looking fatigued. I tried to contact T by email, but haven't gotten a response back. I have about 2-3 more weeks
before the new baby is scheduled to arrive. After we all get settled in Ali will be attending classes to get her accustomed
to being around other dogs. She is very protective of our family along with our neighbors children. I will attached a few
pictures of her, she is getting big fast!
Ali was here at Alaska Dog Boarding & Training, Inc. while her family was on Vacation! I, Brigitte can't just have
our pups sitting for 3 Weeks.. So I would work with Ali daily.. This little female has so much potential. Look at her work!!
Here are some pictures of Aiden playing with Quemada, "Ali". He loves tugging with her! It wears both of them out! Kasey,
our other GS, has slowed warmed up to her. At first he wasn't too sure, but now they snuggle in the dog house outside,
and he lets her climb all over him. As soon as some of the snow melts up here we will send you some outside pics. In some
spots the snow goes up to Ali's chest. I didn't get any pictures of Brian with the sleeve, only video. I will make you
a CD of the videos and mail it off for you. Thanks again, Nicole
Hello Brigitte & Shaun, Ali, "purple girl", is doing great! We couldn't have
gotten a better dog! When we weren't making pit stops she slept really nicely in her kennel without wimpering. When we
got home and introduced her to Kasey she ran right up to him smelled him and started chasing him around. She isn't scared
of anything. Her personality is starting to come out as she is getting more use to us. Aiden has learned very quickley to
keep his toys picked up or she will get them, which works great to my benefit. When she plays, she plays hard and loves to
chew on everything. Aiden and I are going to go get her more chew toys today. The vet said that she is in perfect
health and that the hernia felt as if it was back in, but will continue to check her as she continues to get her shot updates. We
got more snow dumped on us this morning, another couple of inches, we are glad we made it back ok to Fairbanks
before it hit. Thanks again for such a great dog! Nicole, Brian, and Aiden
SOLD To Sandy & Family of Tok, AK for a Family Protection Dog.
New as of Jan. 2009
Hope all is well with you and your family. Went to your website the other day and it looked
great. Adra is doing great. She has been surviving the cold and loves to play in the snow. We love her very
The Boly Family
a lucky little girl.. That's a big bone!!
everything is going great and we are loving getting to know Adra. She is adjusting well and getting lots of love and
attention. She really behaves well. No bad reports. But its our puppy, a perfect puppy.
Adra and Turtle Turtle are getting along great also. Best friends to be.
This Girl is with Lynne & Uwe in CA for Schutzhund
I have received 3 puppies from Shaun and Brigitte at Lytle's K9 and have found
them to be extremely helpful. They truly care about the puppies they raise and the dogs in their care. All 3 of the puppies
I have ("H" litter, "L" litter, and "Q" litter) have come with the drives we expected them to have. Hawk "Healy Lytle vom
Klatolklin" came out of the crate at the airport at 8 weeks of age and immediately started playing tug with the towel I had
to clean him with, and hasn't stopped tugging with a full, hard, and extremely calm grip ever since. Phoenix "Larsen Lytle
vom Klatolklin" has quickly become my heart and soul dog. He loves everybody and has an excellent temperament, I love that
I can take him anywhere with me. His grip is very full and VERY calm, excellent. Heidi "Quandary Lytle vom Klatolklin" from the Q litter is
co-owned with a friend of mine and is showing excellent drives, and a fantastic grip for her age. Everybody who has seen all
of these dogs work have been impressed. All 3 are progressing quite well as sport/schutzhund dogs, as well as excellent family
companions. They have a little bit of a serious side to them, while still maintaining their temperament. I have been
extremely impressed with the help Shaun and Brigitte have given us, and with the quality of the socialization they give to
their puppies! These guys come out willing to take on the world, and I'm impressed that it didn't take too long for Shaun
and Brigitte to figure out exactly what we'd like and they've sent us just want we asked for. All 3 of these pups were by
Zeppe out of different females, Zeppe had been my first competition dog so originally I wanted these puppies for sentimental
reasons but I'm seeing many of the best of Zeppe's traits in his progeny, and Shaun and Brigitte are experts at bringing out
the best in all the puppies they raise. Again, I highly recommend and will continue to recommend them to anybody looking for
a quality GSD."
SOLD To Melissa From
Arlington, VA for OBD & Personal Protection Dog.
New as of Jan. 14th, 2010
I took some more pictures for you today of Riley, Kota, and Port playing in the house. Please disregarded the mess ...
we are packing a bit to prepare for the upcoming move and it was actually above freezing today so there is of course mud throughout
my house now. Most of the play is between Kota and Port and they can go for hours when they do ... Ri jumps in from time to
time. They all get along great and love each other so much. Thanks again for wonderful dogs.
Hope you all are well!
New as of Jan. 9th 2010
Here are a few more pictures of Dakota.
New as of Nov. 2009
Hi there! I just wanted to let you know that Dakota (& Riley) passed the Canine Good Citizen test today LOL. Really
simple 10 item test but they did wonderful. I did the test for fun and figured it would be good to have since the girls are
Porthos is doing good and getting big he is one smart little boy. I absolutely love his head and his color.
I saw the pictures you took of your new female; she looks like a lot of fun. Quincey looks really good in the pictures
on facebook; how is he coming along?
I hope you are all well and sad to hear about your husky passing ... 15 is a good age to celebrate.
Take care and talk soon
New as of August 2009
Hello again :) After much consideration I wanted to see if deposits for F Litter boys have been filled. I am really
impressed with Dakota and am ready to add another addition to our group. I would like a male that is a nicely balance
dog like Dakota; not over the top but enjoys working and has a 'switch' when its relaxing time.
I tell everyone where I got Dakota from without hesitation. I can't wait to add a third to the family.
Take care. Melissa
New as of August 2009!
Hi Shaun & Brigitte - I wanted to let you know that Dakota is doing well. She finished
obedience training a long time ago with a breeze; she is extremely flashy with it. We are still working through protection
training as she is in the tactical portion of it now. We will be moving into off leash protection in the next couple of months.
She does fantastic at protection training. Nothing phases this girl and she always has a clear head. We also are working on
narcotics training and she is doing well at that. She isn't as motivated with this training so she lets her attention wander
from time to time.
I ran Dakota through a mock gang attack with the trainers and she did fantastic. This was a group even and
Dakota took down the last aggressor after a long distance run and grabbing the base of the neck area of bite suit plowing
the trainer forward into the ground. She loves to run low and jump high at the 'bad guys' and she is not sleeve driven. She
would actually perfer to bit other areas than the arm but the trainers are enjoying it as she is a good challenge for them.
Looks like she is going to cap out at about 70lbs as she is currently 68lbs and still broadening; which
is a fantastic size. She has been extremely healthy with nothing more than routine vet visits; she still has her umbilical
hernia but this has not effected her at all. I took her in to have her hips certified with Pennhip so we can see where she
is. I received her results today and she is at LDI=.36 RDI=.40 and is in the 50th percentile; I have attached a scanned copy
for you. I was hoping for a better percentile but she was a perfect angel during the vet visit and they enjoyed her.
I saw the sledding pictures of Quincy and he is turning out nice. I hope you and your family are well.
Take care. Melissa
New as of Nov. 18th, 2008
Hope you and your family are well.
One of the trainers took pictures a couple of weeks ago of the dogs there. Hope you enjoy them.
Dakota is doing great. She is doing really well in off leash obedience, tracking, and is a monster in protection. She
was out of tracking for 4 weeks so we went to the last class session for this group just to watch. The trainers were doing
a 3 leg track and Kota found all three after just having 4 weeks off and just 3 actually session of lessons. Her confidence
is fantastic in protection tracking. The trainers and I are having a lot of fun with her.
Thanks again for a great pup.
Take care! Melissa
New as of Sepetember 14th, 2008
Hi there! Hope
everything is well with your family.
I just wanted to give you a quick update on Dakota. She is doing fantastic in every way. She is growing
nice and evenly without issues, not sure how much she ways as we haven't had a need for a vet :). She still has a slight umbilical
hernia but I plan on having that fixed when she goes for pennhip at a year old, it has not gotten any bigger or cause any
We started protection training this past saturday. Dakota and one other bitch (I do believe the other bitch
is around a year old) were having their first day saturday. The trainers had us with 2 other slightly started dogs. The trainer
started the aggitation work going down the line of 4 dogs. Dakota sat next to me looking as if to say 'what is that command
for?' until one of the slightly started dogs barked once. You could just see the idea click in Dakota's head, it was great.
She sat next to me and let out a couple of barks then wandered out to the end of the leash to bark at the trainer. The trainer
got to Dakota and she was wagging her tail and barking, she actually went to grab him. The other just beginning bitch was
extremely unsure of herself so when the trainer got to her Dakota lunged at him and pushed him off from her. I was thoroughly
impressed with her confidence and understanding, but then again I've always call her my 'super-puppy'. The training just smiled
at her and then we outed. They did one more short round with the group and Dakota behaved just the same going out to the end
of the leash without pulling to reach the trainer.
She is going to be a lot of fun as her confidence level is so much more than my other shepherd, it will
be a fun change of pace. There is also a SAR group one town over from me that I think I will look into come the new year.
I need to let this semester of master classes finish up before starting that.
I'll have to get more pictures of her for you soon! Take care.
Update August 16th, 2008
Oh one new update about Dakota. We just
graduated from the immediate class and are moving onto the off leash obedience class. She is just flying through and doing
outstanding. We will probably be starting protection in the near future since she has all of her adult teeth and is about
to turn 6 months.
Take care! Melissa
Update August 11th, 2008
Hope all is well with your family.
I finally took some new pictures of Dakota for you and I think she is looking fantastic. I took these while her and Riley
were out in the back yard enjoying the first cool day in a long while.
How is Quincy and the other littermates? I love the look of Seldovia ... to bad its not a year from now :) lol.
Take care and hope you enjoy the pictures....ones of these days I'll drag someone to training with me to get some of
Update June 19, 2008
Oh, Dakota is doing fantastic in training. I admit that I have not worked her as much as she should have been since we
started due to the move and work but we are doing great. That little girl picks up any command in just a couple of minutes.
Here's a list of the commands she currently knows.
On - Leash: Heel, down, sit, stay, come, finish heel, and almost have the concept of the stand command.
Off - Leash: Down, sit, stay, & come
She also knows the command 'kennel' to go to her crate, 'quiet' to stop barking, 'drop it' so that she empties her mouth,
'leave it' to ignore something, and 'off' to get off the furniture or person.
I have attached a couple of pictures of the girls doing off-leash commands and hope to have more of her with me working
through the on leash commands. We have had 2 private lessons with the trainer and will have a third this Saturday. After this
one she is being move into the beginner basic group class. As one of the trainers Kyle said 'I am thoroughly impressed with
this pup'. They are completely impressed with how quick she is picking everything up. Our last training session she did everything
perfectly so we moved onto so more advance commands and she had absolutely no problem doing those either. So, we did a long
down stay. She did a 2 minute long down stay 3 times without an issue.
I absolutely love this puppy!! I wish I could clone her. Don't be surprise in a year and half from now if I come asking
for another like her. The Zeppe Ema breeding produced one hell of a puppy.
Take care and sorry for the long email! Melissa
PS Oh yeah ..... The trainers had a new trainer they wanted to introduce to a bit suit. So they did a quick run with
one of the advance protection dogs and Kota wanted to jump right in and help the other dog. We will probably start protection
training after she finishes teething. She lost all of her front teeth at once and looked rather funny with just the canines
smiling at me. :)
Hi Brigitte and Shaun! Dakota is doing great. We went through out first week of
basic training each day. She is doing great and the trainers couldn't praise enough on how quickly she is catching on. Now
its onto private lessons once a week and practicing at home.
Here is a link to a video of her and Riley playing in my folks front yard (done with my digital camera so
not the best quality). I'm going to try and get some nice pictures her this weekend if I get the moment. She is getting big
and much darker ... her tail is almost all black now as well as her belly.
Hi! Hope all is well. I wanted to give you a couple of updated pictures of the baby girl. Dakota is such a great
puppy. She's letting me sleep through the night (99% of the time) and is becoming Riley's best friend. After visiting
family she has been nicknamed the 'Super Puppy'. She will attempt anything whether it is jumping off the stairs over
the babygate (I ended up catching her so she wouldn't land on the hard floor 3 feet below), attempting to take a bone from
my father's male shepherd, or taking on the cats to show who's incharge (she caught my mother's male cat and decided to hump
him to show who's boss).
She's been an absolute perfect addition. I received the puppy packet last saturday and Dakota is now registered with
the AKC. Oh! We are starting to work on basic commands here at the house and she starts her basic training classes when
she turns 12 wks old.
I hope all her littermates are doing just as well. I'll keep you posted. Melissa
PS - The pictures with the bandana are her at 9 weeks old and all others are her today. We have ears for the first time
today! It was cute to see her with her ears up for the first time.
She is here all safe and sound. She was so good on the ride back from the airport and she has no fear. She ran right
up to my older shepherd and played.
I think her name is going to be Dakota. I'll keep you posted! Thanks again. Melissa
I APOLOGIZE FOR TAKING SO LONG TO UPDATE IN WRITING, I THANK YOU BOTH FOR YOUR PATIENCE WITH ME AND
ALL OF MY PHONE CALLS, I CAN NOT HELP THROUGH MY EXCITEMENT THAT I WANT TO SPEAK IMMEDIATELY. MY GIRL HAS FAR EXCEEDED
ALL OF MY EXPECTATIONS AT HER AGE. OBEDIENCE WISE SHE IS ON CUE WITH HER HEELING, SIT, DOWN, RECALL, SIT OUT OF
MOTION, DOWN OUT OF MOTION,AND HAND SIGNALS. SHE HAS GRASPED ALL SO EASILY AND MAKES TRAINING A JOY. TRACKING
WAS THE TASK I WAS MOST CONCERNED WITH AND TROUGH YOUR HELP HAS BECOME SOMETHING I VERY MUCH ENJOY AND TAKE SATISFACTION
IN WITH HER DUE TO THE ACHIEVEMENT WE MADE SHE IS CONSISTENT AND DOES NOT MISS A TRICK THAT I THROW AT HER. THIS WEEK
I HAVE STARTED WITH ARTICLES AFTER STARTING HER IN THE HOUSE WITH THEM AND ALSO PLACING THEM AT RANDOM IN THE FIELD AND GIVING
HER THE COMMAND LOCATE SHE WILL LOCATE THE ARTICLES IN THE FIELD OFF OF THE TRACK. HER BITE WORK IS FANTASTIC , SOLID
FIRM GRIP, HOLD AND BARK AND AS OF THIS WEEK WILL SEARCH THREE BLINDS.
SCROLL DOWN FOR MORE BITEWORK PHOTOS!
WE HAVE ALSO STARTED HER ON BUILDING SEARCHES. AS FAR AS HER NARCOTICS WORK ATIA INDICATES MARIJUANA,
COCAINE, AND HEROIN, WE HAVE DONE BUILDING SEARCHES AND SHE WILL INDICATE ANYWHERE FROM THE CEILING DOWN. WE WILL START
VEHICLE SEARCHES SOON. OUTSIDE OF TRAINING AND WORK SHE IS A VERY LOVING MEMBER OF OUR HOME AND HAS STARTED TO SHOW
A DEFINITE SIGN OF BEING PROTECTIVE OF PROPERTY AND FAMILY, SHE IS EXCELLENT WITH THE CHILDREN AND DOING A LOT BETTER
WITH THE CAT. SHE AND ARLO MY DOBERMAN ARE VERY STABLE IN THEIR RELATIONSHIP OF THE PACK. TO SUM IT ALL UP SHE
LOVES TO DO THE WORK THAT SHE IS SUITED FOR AND HAS ALL THE DRIVE IN THE WORLD TO ACHIEVE, NOT TO MENTION THE NERVE TO WITHSTAND
ANYTHING THAT HAS COME HER WAY. IF THERE IS A FLAW AS TO THIS DATE I HAVE NOT SEEN A SIGN OF IT AT ALL THANKS TO YOUR
BREEDING PROGRAM AND GENETICS. I AM SO EXCITED FOR THE BREEDING OF INKA AND AUSTIN TO BRING ANOTHER ONE OF THE PRODUCTS
OF YOUR PROGRAM INTO MY HOME, I JUST HOPE I DO NOT SET THE BAR TO HIGH FOR THE NEXT BASED UPON THE ABILITY OF MY GIRL.
AGAIN THANK YOU BOTH SO VERY, VERY MUCH FOR ALL OF YOUR PATIENCE, TIME , AND FRIENDSHIP WITH THE TOTAL EXPERIENCE. THE
TWO OF YOU ARE OUTSTANDING PEOPLE AND I HOPE FOR ALL THE BEST FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY!
THANK YOU, GEORGE AND FAMILY.
KEEP UP THAT GREAT WORK GEORGE AND ATIA!
THANK YOU FOR THE UPDATES AND PHONE CALLS ALL THE TIME.. WE REALLY ENJOY HEARING HOW OUR PUPS
I AM INTERESTED IN STARTING TO INPRINT TRACKING DID SOME READING ON THE INTERNET LOOKING TO YOU GUYS FOR SUGESTIONS
AND ADVISE ANY READING OR VIDEO'S THAT MAY HELP. AS A SIDE NOTE I HAD A BALL IN THE CARGO POCKET OF MY BDU'S AND
DID NOT REMEMBER COULD NOT FIGURE OUT WHY AS I WAS LAYING ON THE FLOOR WITH MY GIRL WHY SHE WAS GOING SO CRAZY ATTACKING MY
POCKET, AMAZING. EVERY DAY I GROW MORE FOND OF HER , SHE HAS REALLY DEVELOPED A STRONG BOND TO ME I THOUGHT THAT
MY ROTTIE WAS THE BEST DOG THAT I WAS EVER GOING TO OWN , HARD TO ADMITT BUT I MAY HAVE BEEN MISTAKEN GOD REST HIS SOLE.
LOTS OF WORK TO DO BUT REALIZING HOW MUCH FUN IT IS AND HOW MUCH I DID MISS WORKING WITH AND LEARNING DAILY. BESIDES
IT IS GOOD THEARAPY FOR MY PATIENTS , WAY MORE WITH ANIMALS THAN PEOPLE. THANKS AGAIN GEORGE
HELLO BRIGITTE AND SHAUN,
I HOPE THE PICTURES CAME THROUGH OK, IF THEY DIDNT LET GEORGE KNOW SO I CAN SEND THEM
AGAIN. I JUST WANTED TO THNK YOU FOR SUCH A CUTE PUPPY, SHE IS SO BEAUTIFUL , NO MATTER WHO HAS SEEN HER CANT BELIEVE HOW
BEAUTIFUL SHE IS. OUR FAMILY JUST LOVES HER TO PIECES , AS YOU CAN SEE IN THE PICTURES, I WENT AND BOUGHT HER A PINK BED AND
TOYS, A DIAMOND COLAR (NOT REAL OF COURSE HA HA ) THAT IS PINK . SHE IS DOING WELL, VERY VERY PLAYFUL , SHE SLEEPS WELL
AT NIGHT , ALWAYS AT GEORGES FEET , JUST FOLLOWS HIM AROUND EVERYWHERE SHE ALSO FOLLOWS OUR 10 YEAR OLD SON AROUND
ALOT TOO. WISH YOU COULD OF SEEN GEORGES FACE WHEN THE PUPPY DIDNT COME DOWN OFF OF CARGO WITH THE OTHER PUPPIES, BOY
DID HE PANIC ( HE HE HE HE ) I THOUGHT HE WAS GOING TO HAVE A HEART ATTACK, HA I ALSO WANTED TO THANK YOU FOR OFFERING
THIS PUPPY FOR OUR FAMILY, THAT WAS VERY KIND OF YOU TO DO SO. I HAVE NEVER SEEN MY HUSBAND THIS EXCITED EVER !!! IT
WAS LIKE HE WAS EXPECTING A NEW BABY. SHE WILL BE VERY MUCH LOVED AND CARED FOR . GEORGE STARTED HER IN PUPPY SCHOOL, AND HER POLICE TRAINING WILL BE UPCOMING. I
ALSO WANTED TO TELL YOUR WEB SITE IS REALLY REALLY NICE, YOU GUYS SHOULD BE PROUD OF THE WORK YOU DO. I WOULD HIGHLY RECCOMEND
YOU TO EVERYONE!!!
ONCE AGAIN THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR OUR NEW LIL GIRL WE JUST LOVE HER!!!! WE GREATLY APPRECIATE IT!!! I'LL
SEND YOU NEW PICTURES AS SHE GROWS AND UPDATE ON HER TITLES!! ONCE AGAIN A BIG THANK YOU
ROBIN AND FAMILY
By the way Destiny said, "Atia is spoiled roten."
Thanks for the updates and Photos, we love them and so do our kids.. Our kids are a big part of raising all
of these litters.
Tiny is a strong little girl.. She holds her own with her littermates. She will
also Tug all day long .Quill is Great with kids/cats/dogs/Car rides & Kennel Training. She is also being imprinted in
Puppy Bite Work, Sit, Down, eye contact & Come the clicker way.
Alaskas Working German Shepherd Pups!! Breeding Goals Production of dogs
for service jobs and high level sport competition. Special attention on hard working temperament. Genetically full and crushing
bite. High prey fight and hunt drives. ...