This breeding has proven to be something really special. All the puppies
from the first litter are biting machines and many at 6 months of age were on a hard sleeve. Extreme drives for those
that demand the absolute best working prospect they can find. Sable and Bi-Color puppies that mature at the upper end
of the standard for size. Pups will be good looking and excellent examples of the breed. Really nice working structure
that is created for performance and longevity.
We had considered keeping this whole litter as we were totally blown away by the first breeding. However,
we have one female from the first litter and plan to keep some from future breedings with these two instead. So, we
are offering these puppies to serious working homes only! These pups will thrive in any working environment.
While there is no linebreeding in the first 5 generations, the litter
does have back massing on V-Greif zum Lahntal. Greif was know for producing very hard and aggressive working dogs.
Norma's sire, 2xWUSV Kinte vom Sickinger Moorwerk is linebred 4-5,5 on Greif. Axel's dam, Setti vom Leerburg is linebred
4,5-3,5 on Greif.
Puppies from this repeat litter are priced at $1200 USD each. A $300 NON refundable deposit will reserve
a puppy from this breeding.
Here are some new pictures of Turbo at about 5 months. Turbo is coming along very nicely. He has just finished his basic
obedience in which he past his final tests off leash without food rewards. In reality he is way past basic commands in what
he knows. Turbo is not only showing that he is very intelligent dog but also shows a incredible amount of drive and courage
for a dog his age. The only thing holding us back now is his age as I don't want to start any strong corrections until
his is at least 6 months old. Until then I will just keep imprinting what he knows and lengthening his tracks which I am already
putting corners in.
His trainer has had other clients observe while I am working Turbo to show them what a good working prospect should look
like and has recommended your kennel to several people including local LE.
Turbos food and prey drive are crazy. His favorite reward is being able to hit the sleeve after training. He has a good
full bite on the puppy sleeve and hit the sleeve on a bite coat the first time he ever saw it.
In short, everyone who has seen Turbo working is impressed and this includes handlers and trainers who have been working
with dogs for twenty years and more. Turbos primary training will be in protection and tracking but I almost feel obligated
in titling him as everyone wants to see how far he can go.
Thanks again for what is shaping up to be a great dog.
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Photos at 3 1/2 Wks
Photo at 1 Week
SOLD: Tyonek Lytle vom Klatolklin
Sold to MELISSA & FAMILY of CA for SPORT & PROTECTION!
Update Nov. 24th 2008
Ty is doing good. He is growing so fast!! He went to the vet last week and weighs 45.5 pounds
already. He is probably about 50 lbs now. We have just started doing some bite work with him and his obedience
is good. He is very stubborn but does great when he is focused. I have sent a couple pictures. When I get a chance
I will send a video of him on the bite pillow. He loves people and wants to say hi to everyone.
Update August 9th, 2008
We are sending a couple pictures of Tyonek or 'Ty' as we are calling him.
He is doing good and very healthy according to our vet. Our dog Sasha loves him and has come out of her shell since
he has arrived. We are very happy with him!
Melissa and Jason
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Tazlina Lytle vom Klatolklin
RESERVED for Catherine of Kalskag, AK for Personal Protection Dog.
Bella is doing great. She's learning things I don't even remember teaching her.
She never fails to amaze me in that. On the little bit of fuss training we do I never introduced right or left turns,
only about turns to keep things easy. I tried right and left this morning just for the heck of it and she acted like
she already knew how to do that. She acted like she had been doing that for weeks, yet I had just thrown that at
her for the first time this morning. I'm going to ask my parents to film her a little tonight when I go over there.
I took her tug with us when we went for a walk the other day. Right before we turned to come
back I played with her a little. I figured she'd drop the tug at some point on the way home, but she never
did. She carried it all the way home and into the house. I had to make her food before she decided there
was a good reason to drop it. I think she would sleep with her tugs in her mouth if I let her.
I've mentioned before that I can walk out to the desert from my house in about 2 minutes. I think people used to use
it as their personal junkyard. There are pile of wood and tree branches and broken TVs and pallets, haystacks, logs,
you name it. You don't really notice it unless you go walking around out there. Well I look Bella out there to
walk on some interesting surfaces (not the broken TV of course lol). I did take video of her walking through branch
piles and wood. I found a sheet of metal and a paint can and I threw the paint can at the metal. She didn't even
flinch. She actually ran over to check it out. I came to the conclusion she will walk on anything. She is
very enviromentally sound. It was really cute. I found a bucket out there and I started kicking it. Bella
was just sitting next to me watching me. I told her "go play with it" and she walked over and touched it with her paw
and sat back down and looked at me like "was that it? Did I do good?" I have that little trip on video. I don't
know if you want to see her run through piles of junk or not lol. The bucket thing is on there too. Maybe I'll
take parts from it and make a little video. I don't think I will be selling this one to anyone :)
I attached a couple pictures that one of the club members took of Bella when she was out at the club. That one
picture freaks me out. I can't tell where her head is supposed to be lol. Well I have to get ready. I'm
going to gym with my mom. I'm going to bring Bella with me (to her house, not the gym haha) and try to get
someone to film her when we get back. Talk to you later.
New as of September 21st, 2008
Hi. How are things going? Bella is doing great. I can't believe how smart she is.
I still don't have a digital camera but my parents let me borrow their camcorder. She's doing great in obedience.
I still need some bite videos. She excels in anything I throw at her. Here's some videos of her.
This is her doing article indication. I started working on it separate from tracking and
that's what she is doing in this video. She knows what to do when she finds it in the track now. I don't have
a video of her on an actual track though because I was filming this one by myself by propping the camera on a chair,
but maybe I'll get one soon. She even lies down when she doesn't see it. I tried burying it a little
and she still found it. I tried putting it up on the couch and she nudged it with her nose, sat down and looked
at me. When I didn't do anything she barked at it then hopped on the couch and lied down. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N6eGgF2gbDs]
I'm having so much fun with her, and she seems to be having fun too.
I couldn't have asked for a better dog and I have never in my life met a dog that was so smart. I can't thank you enough
for her. Hope things are going good on your end.
Updated August 9th, 2008
She is doing great. I am calling her Bella. She went to the vet yesterday and he said she looked
like a healthy pup. Not that I had any doubts. I spend a lot of time at my parents house around the weekends,
so she's taken a few trips there already. They have one of those tiny plastic pools for their dogs to play in.
I would splash my hand in the water and she would put her front feet in. I stood in the pool and called her and
I was kind of expecting her to step all the way over, but instead I got a leap and a splash. It was so funny.
She'll try anything.
I haven't gotten bitten up yet. She loves to bite and tug and chase, but she
hasn't been chewing me up like I thought she would. I probably jinxed myself. Oh, I'm sure it will come.
She's such a smart, sweet girl. When she got out of the crate after the flight she was licking my face with her tail
wiping. I thought she'd be pretty wiped out after 12 hours, but she was fine. The flight didn't seem to affect
her at all. She's not afraid of anything. If she hears anything that catches her off guard, she runs over to check
it out. I took her to the store I work at to show her to some of the people that have been hearing about her for months.
One of the ladies that works there leaned down to see her, holding a paper and a wallet (see where this is going lol).
The paper was waving around and she was trying to bite it so she set her stuff on the ground. I told the lady to
watch her wallet. A couple seconds later Bella grabbed the wallet and shook it. Her credit cards flew out.
Luckily she likes dogs and has a sense of humor. She had a very nice full mouth grip on it too lol. She picks
up everything and shakes it.
She's doing really good with crate training. She did a lot of screaming
the first day, but she rarely makes a peep in there now. She hasn't had any accidents. She goes potty right
away when I take her out. She does whine a little when she needs to go out in the middle of the night, but it's different
from her "get me out of here!" yell, which I ignore, and it's stopped for the most part.
ear (her left) started standing yesterday. Today it's all the way up.
I can't believe the focus
she has on the rag. My mom had her shepherd pup outside at the same time as Bella (they were both on leash and on opposite
sides of the yard). Her puppy is kind of nervy and she was barking because Bella was back there. Bella played
with her toy and dug in the water dish, like the other pup didn't exist. No matter how big the distraction is, she will
not walk away from the rag. I think she is going to be a very fun dog to train. I have a lot to work with.
I think she is going to turn out to be a great dog. She's a great pup after all. :)
I'll send you
pictures of her and maybe video, once I get them from my parents. I was using their cameras because mine broke.
Here's one of her from the first day. I'm sure I'll talk to you later. Thanks again for a great pup! I love
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. ...