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Willow vom Tiltonhaus CGC, SPOT-ON

Tiltonhaus German ShepherdOwner: Thomas TiltonWillow Tiltonhaus German Shepherd

Registered with AKC and UKC

Color:  Black and Red

Hips and Elbows: Pending

DNA Health Test Results: Pending

Sire: V4 (SHZ-PL) Toshy vom Bad Waldle TP, BH, IPO-1 son of VA1 (USCA), VA2 (BSZS-2x Vice World Champion) Nino von Tronje SCHH3 Kkl. 

Dam: Lady vom Tiltonhaus, daughter of VA1(NL), V4(BSZS-World Championship) Xentos von der Wilhelmswarte IPO3, Kkl, and granddaughter of World Champion VA BSZS Mentos vom Osterberger-Land SchH3, Kkl,

My husband (Tom) has always been in love with my son’s (Trevor) dog Lady, so he decided to keep a puppy from Lady which he named Willow. From the time Willow was born Tom has had a special place in his heart for this pup, which has turned into an incredible bond between the two of them. Willow is a very active and friendly dog that loves spending her time playing with her best friend (Tom) and playing fetch is on the top of that list.  

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Willow’s accomplishments:

Willow earned her Canine Good Citizen (CGC) Title from the American Kennel Club (AKC) in 2019. The dog and handler have to successfully complete ten components of an evaluation. The purpose of the evaluation is to recognize those dogs who have been trained to be good citizens in the community.

Willow earned her Socialized Pet Obedience Test (SPOT-ON) Title from the United Kennel Club (UKC) in 2019. The SPOT test consists of 10 separate stations. At each station the dog must perform a basic exercise. These exercises are used to demonstrate that the dog is capable of exhibiting desired behaviors that the general public would expect to see in a well-behaved dog. The dog will receive a rating at each station, varying from “Outstanding” to “Needs Practice”. A dog that completes the test with an Outstanding rating at each station will be considered a “SPOT Outstanding Neighbor” or “SPOT-ON” dog.

Willow earned her AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy and her name is listed in the AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy records at AKC in 2019. AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy is the puppy level of Canine Good Citizen. Dog owners must complete the class and the dog pass the AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy manners test at the end of the course.

Annie vom Ursi CGC, CGCA, CGCU, SPOT-ON, TKN

Annie vom Ursi Tiltonhaus German ShepherdsOwner: Tammey TiltonAnnie vom Ursi Tiltonhaus German Shepherds

Registered with AKC and UKC

Color:  Black and Red

Coat Length: Long

Hips and Elbows: Pending

DNA Health Test Results: Pending

Sire: VA1 SIEGER Ursus vom Welsetal Sch3 (IPO3), KKL son of VA1(NL 2016), V4 BSZS’ 15 Xentos von der Wilhelmswarte IPO3, KKL (Xentos is also the sire to our dogs’ Lady and Lexi) and the grandson of 2X VA1 Remo vom Fichtenschlag SCHH3, IPO3, KKL  

Dam: V2 Gracie vom Faehnrich IPO2, KKL daughter of VA Leo von der Zenteiche IPO3, KKL and 3X VA2 Hulda vom Polarkreis SCHH3 KKL

Annie is gorgeous, with a wonderful sweet temperament and is fantastic with all people. She is a super friendly, outgoing female, that loves to bathe people she meets with kisses. Although, she knows when her service dog vest is on it is time to work and not the time to visit. If you are looking for a puppy to train to be a service dog, I believe Annie’s puppies just might fit that bill.

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Annie’s Accomplishments:

Annie earned her AKC Novice Trick Dog (TKN) Title from the American Kennel Club (AKC) in 2020. The dog must performs 10 skills from the Novice Trick list. If a dog has a Canine Good Citizen (CGC) certificate or title on record at AKC, it can do 5 Novice tricks (CGC + 5) to earn the Novice Trick Title.

Annie earned her AKC Urban CGC (CGCU) Title from the American Kennel Club (AKC) in 2019. The goal of AKC Urban CGC is to test the dog’s skills in an urban (city) setting. Dogs must, enter/exit doorways with no pulling, walk through a crowd on a busy sidewalk and cross streets under control, react appropriately to city distractions (horns, sirens, etc.), Ignore food and food containers on sidewalk, safely negotiates stairs and elevators, ride dog-friendly transportation (car, subway in a carry bag, cab), 3-minute down-stay in lobby of dog friendly building, and more.

Annie earned her AKC Community Canine (CGCA) Title from the American Kennel Club (AKC) in 2019. AKC Community Canine is the advanced level of the AKC’s Canine Good Citizen Program. Whereas Canine Good Citizen tests are most often tested in a ring and situations are simulated (3 helpers serve as a “crowd”), the AKC Community Canine test is done in real situations including at shows, classes, and in the community. Annie’s AKC Community Canine test took place at River Park Square Mall in Spokane, WA.

Annie earned her Canine Good Citizen (CGC) Title from the American Kennel Club (AKC) in 2019. The dog and handler have to successfully complete ten components of an evaluation. The purpose of the evaluation is to recognize those dogs who have been trained to be good citizens in the community.

Annie earned her Socialized Pet Obedience Test (SPOT-ON) Title from the United Kennel Club (UKC) in 2019. The SPOT test consists of 10 separate stations. At each station the dog must perform a basic exercise. These exercises are used to demonstrate that the dog is capable of exhibiting desired behaviors that the general public would expect to see in a well-behaved dog. The dog will receive a rating at each station, varying from “Outstanding” to “Needs Practice”. A dog that completes the test with an Outstanding rating at each station will be considered a “SPOT Outstanding Neighbor” or “SPOT-ON” dog.

Annie earned her AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy and her name is listed in the AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy records at AKC in 2019. AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy is the puppy level of Canine Good Citizen. Dog owners must complete the class and the dog pass the AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy manners test at the end of the course.

INFO

Tiltonhaus German Shepherds is a family run, fully licensed business in the state of Washington. We are inspected regularly by Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service and Spokane County Building and Planning Department.

How We Raise Our Tiltonhaus Puppies

Our dogs are fed a high-quality kibble, healthy toppings and supplements throughout their pregnancy to help them stay in top shape and to ensure healthy puppies. About a week prior to our dog’s due date we set her up in a quiet room that consists of a comfortable whelping box with calming music playing in the background.

We use a Vetbed in our whelping box, which is a very thick fleece padding that allows liquids to move through onto a washable pee pad which we put underneath the Vetbed to soak up any liquids. The puppies stay very warm and dry this way. The Vetbed also provides an excellent grip to promote healthy muscles and joints. We also have pig rails in our whelping box to help prevent our dog from rolling on the puppies.

There is always someone in the whelping box at the time of delivery to assist with removing the sack, aspirating fluid, tying off cords and so on. All of the puppies are identified with different color collars shortly after they are born and given a physical exam. We record the time of birth, sex, weight, and other important details. This allows us to keep track of each puppy’s growth and health. Delivery can go for as long as 24 hours or more and we must stay awake so we are ready to help our dog or her puppies if needed. After our dog is done whelping her puppies she will receive extra calcium to help her with her milk production. When all puppies are nursing well and everyone is looking healthy; We will try and get some well-deserved sleep somewhere nearby the whelping box so we can assist quickly if needed. There is a great deal of care that goes into supervising a litter of puppies and it can take several days after helping with a delivery for us to catch up on our sleep. So please be understanding if it takes us a little bit longer to answer your emails and phone calls (We will be able to get back with you sooner if you email us).

From birth to around 3 weeks of age, one of us here at Tiltonhaus will sleep in the whelping room at night. We also have a camera set
up in the room so we can keep an eye on our dog and her puppies when we are unable to be in the whelping room. We spend a lot of time touching and loving on our dog and her puppies throughout the day. When puppies receive consistent handling, they become more outgoing and friendly and show less inclination to be fearful when they are older.

Each puppy here at Tiltonhaus has had Early Neurological Stimulation (ENS) starting from the time the puppies are 3 days old until 16 days old. The benefits of ENS include: stronger heart, greater endurance, stronger immune system, promote greater resistance to disease, faster recovery from and tolerance for stress, among others.

We also incorporate many of the Puppy Culture principles into our puppy raising. The puppies are exposed to different types of surfaces and textures, play with different types of objects, experienced different locations, meet different types of people, are exposed to different challenges, puppies are exposed to a variety of sounds from indoor and outdoor environments, including a desensitizing CD playing thunder, fireworks, rain, lightning, etc. Our puppies have ridden in a car and slept in a crate. This starts teaching them at a young age that new things are fun to explore and play with and helps them develop into an emotionally balanced mature dog.

When the puppies are 3 weeks old we add a potty area to the whelping box so the puppies can learn that there is a place for sleep/play, and a place for potty. They naturally do not want to soil their bedding so this is the window of opportunity for success, and they all seem to catch on fairly quickly. We also add a crate to the whelping box at this time. We remove the door of the crate so the puppies can freely enter and exit the crate as they please.

We delay the introduction of solid food until the puppies are around 4 weeks of age if at all possible. We believe that the early introduction of solid food and dairy products can result in skin allergies later in a dog’s life.

We start them off by soaking kibble in hot water (not boiling as this removes vitamins that were added). We also add goat’s milk when it is available, which is a great supplement to their diet. We reduce the amount of water over the following weeks and add other healthy toppings and supplements to their kibble. We feed them four meals a day until they are around 6 weeks old, then we change them over to 3 meals a day.

The puppies are brought up into our living room on a regular basis so they become accustomed to family life and noise around them. We add new toys and obstacles regularly for the puppies to crawl into and on top of. They have gentle encounters with our other dogs (with supervision) and a lot of family and friends are invited to our home to interact with the puppies. The puppies are provided time outdoors so they can explore and go on short hikes in our woods with us, weather permitting.

At 7 weeks old the puppies will be given a physical exam by our vets and given their vaccinations. They are not fully immune so you must be
careful in choosing where to go and what to expose your puppy too! You will need to follow up their shots with another 2 boosters, these should be spaced 4 weeks apart.

At around 8 weeks old, puppies can experience a “fear period”. During this time be very careful introducing any new situations or experiences.

Our goal is to bless others with this amazing breed that God has given us such a love and passion for. So we want to do everything we can to help these puppies grow into confident dogs that will love people and that people will love back.

If you are interested in putting down a deposit on a Tiltonhaus puppy please fill out our “I’m Interested” page and we will get back
with you as soon as possible. Since we only offer a limited number of puppies each year, we do recommend reserving a puppy in advance.

Our dogs are fed a high-quality kibble, healthy toppings and supplements throughout their pregnancy to help them stay in top shape and to ensure healthy puppies. About a week prior to our dog’s due date we set her up in a quiet room that consists of a comfortable whelping box with calming music playing in the background.

We use a Vetbed in our whelping box, which is a very thick fleece padding that allows liquids to move through onto a washable pee pad which we put underneath the Vetbed to soak up any liquids. The puppies stay very warm and dry this way. The Vetbed also provides an excellent grip to promote healthy muscles and joints. We also have pig rails in our whelping box to help prevent our dog from rolling on the puppies.

There is always someone in the whelping box at the time of delivery to assist with removing the sack, aspirating fluid, tying off cords and so on. All of the puppies are identified with different color collars shortly after they are born and given a physical exam. We record the time of birth, sex, weight, and other important details. This allows us to keep track of each puppy's growth and health. Delivery can go for as long as 24 hours or more and we must stay awake so we are ready to help our dog or her puppies if needed. After our dog is done whelping her puppies she will receive extra calcium to help her with her milk production. When all puppies are nursing well and everyone is looking healthy; We will try and get some well-deserved sleep somewhere nearby the whelping box so we can assist quickly if needed. There is a great deal of care that goes into supervising a litter of puppies and it can take several days after helping with a delivery for us to catch up on our sleep. So please be understanding if it takes us a little bit longer to answer your emails and phone calls (We will be able to get back with you sooner if you email us).

From birth to around 3 weeks of age, one of us here at Tiltonhaus will sleep in the whelping room at night. We also have a camera set up in the room so we can keep an eye on our dog and her puppies when we are unable to be in the whelping room. We spend a lot of time touching and loving on our dog and her puppies throughout the day. When puppies receive consistent handling, they become more outgoing and friendly and show less inclination to be fearful when they are older.

Each puppy here at Tiltonhaus has had Early Neurological Stimulation (ENS) starting from the time the puppies are 3 days old until 16 days old. The benefits of ENS include: stronger heart, greater endurance, stronger immune system, promote greater resistance to disease, faster recovery from and tolerance for stress, among others.

We also incorporate many of the Puppy Culture principles into our puppy raising. The puppies are exposed to different types of surfaces and textures, play with different types of objects, experienced different locations, meet different types of people, are exposed to different challenges, puppies are exposed to a variety of sounds from indoor and outdoor environments, including a desensitizing CD playing thunder, fireworks, rain, lightning, etc. Our puppies have ridden in a car and slept in a crate. This starts teaching them at a young age that new things are fun to explore and play with and helps them develop into an emotionally balanced mature dog.

When the puppies are 3 weeks old we add a potty area to the whelping box so the puppies can learn that there is a place for sleep/play, and a place for potty. They naturally do not want to soil their bedding so this is the window of opportunity for success, and they all seem to catch on fairly quickly. We also add a crate to the whelping box at this time. We remove the door of the crate so the puppies can freely enter and exit the crate as they please.

We delay the introduction of solid food until the puppies are around 4 weeks of age if at all possible. We believe that the early introduction of solid food and dairy products can result in skin allergies later in a dog’s life.

We start them off by soaking kibble in hot water (not boiling as this removes vitamins that were added). We also add goat’s milk when it is available, which is a great supplement to their diet. We reduce the amount of water over the following weeks and add other healthy toppings and supplements to their kibble. We feed them four meals a day until they are around 6 weeks old, then we change them over to 3 meals a day.

The puppies are brought up into our living room on a regular basis so they become accustomed to family life and noise around them. We add new toys and obstacles regularly for the puppies to crawl into and on top of. They have gentle encounters with our other dogs (with supervision) and a lot of family and friends are invited to our home to interact with the puppies. The puppies are provided time outdoors so they can explore and go on short hikes in our woods with us, weather permitting.

At 7 weeks old the puppies will be given a physical exam by our vets and given their vaccinations. They are not fully immune so you must be
careful in choosing where to go and what to expose your puppy too! You will need to follow up their shots with another 2 boosters, these should be spaced 4 weeks apart.

At around 8 weeks old, puppies can experience a “fear period”. During this time be very careful introducing any new situations or experiences.

Our goal is to bless others with this amazing breed that God has given us such a love and passion for. So we want to do everything we can to help these puppies grow into confident dogs that will love people and that people will love back.

If you are interested in putting down a deposit on a Tiltonhaus puppy please fill out our “I’m Interested” page and we will get back with you as soon as possible. Since we only offer a limited number of puppies each year, we do recommend reserving a puppy in advance.

   Pictures Showing How We Raise Our Tiltonhaus German Shepherd Puppies.

Tiltonhaus German Shepherd Puppies get a lot of snuggle time.

My son's German Shepherd visiting with our puppies.

One of our puppy areas in our home.

Puppies in their cozy whelping box.


Our dog showing off her puppies to our grand-kids.

Puppy snuggling with our cat.

Children and grandchildren spending time with the puppies.

Taking the puppies for an outing to the dollar store.

Tiltonhaus German Shepherd Puppies get a lot of playtime with my family.

One of our younger dogs playing with a puppy.

Mother and puppies in our living room

  Videos Showing How We Raise Our Tiltonhaus German Shepherd Puppies.

Peace of Mind & testing at Tiltonhaus German Shepherds

Lexi, DNA Test Results: Anhidrotic Ectodermal Dysplasia – normal, Degenerative Myelopathy – normal, Hemophilia A (German Shepherd Dog, Type 2) – normal, Hyperuricosuria – normal, Leukocyte Adhesion Deficiency, Type III – normal, Mucopolysaccharidosis VII (Shepherd Type) – normal, Multidrug Resistance 1 – normal, Renal Cystadenocarcinoma and Nodular Dermatofibrosis – normal, Von Willebrand Disease 1 – normal, D Locus (Dilute) – Non dilute, L Locus (Long Hair/Fluffy) – Shorthaired (carries longhaired).

Lady, DNA Test Results: Anhidrotic Ectodermal Dysplasia – normal, Degenerative Myelopathy – carrier, Hemophilia A (German Shepherd Dog, Type 2) – normal, Hyperuricosuria – normal, Leukocyte Adhesion Deficiency, Type III – normal, Mucopolysaccharidosis VII (Shepherd Type) – normal, Multidrug Resistance 1 – normal, Renal Cystadenocarcinoma and Nodular Dermatofibrosis – normal, Von Willebrand Disease 1 – normal, D Locus (Dilute) – Non dilute, L Locus (Long Hair/Fluffy) – Shorthaired

Ursula, DNA Test Results:  Anhidrotic Ectodermal Dysplasia – normal, Degenerative Myelopathy –  normal, D locus (Dilute) – normal, L locus – normal, Hemophilia A – normal, Hyperuricosuria (Urolithiasis) – normal, Leukocyte Adhesion Deficiency Type III – normal, Mucopolysaccharidosis VII (Shepherd type) – normal, Multidrug resistance 1 –normal, Renal cystadenocarcinoma and nodular dermatofibrosis –normal.

Ace, DNA Test Results: Anhidrotic Ectodermal Dysplasia – normal, Degenerative Myelopathy –  normal, D locus (Dilute) – normal, Hemophilia A – normal, Hyperuricosuria (Urolithiasis) – normal, Leukocyte Adhesion Deficiency Type III – normal, Mucopolysaccharidosis VII (Shepherd type) – normal, Multidrug resistance 1 –normal, Renal cystadenocarcinoma and nodular dermatofibrosis –normal, Von Willebrand Disease 1 – normal, and L locus (Long Hair) – carrier.

Paisley, DNA Test Results:  Anhidrotic Ectodermal Dysplasia – normal, Degenerative Myelopathy –  normal, D locus (Dilute) – normal, L locus (Long Hair), Hemophilia A – normal,  Hyperuricosuria (Urolithiasis) – normal, Leukocyte adhesion deficiency type III – normal, Mucopolysaccharidosis VII (Shepherd type) – normal, Multidrug resistance 1 –normal, Renal cystadenocarcinoma and nodular dermatofibrosis –normal.

Ella,  DNA Test Results:  Anhidrotic Ectodermal Dysplasia – normal, Degenerative Myelopathy – carrier,  Dilute (D-locus)  – normal, L locus – normal, Hemophilia A – normal, Hyperuricosuria (Urolithiasis) – normal, Leukocyte Adhesion Deficiency Type III – normal,  and Multidrug resistance 1 – normal.

Titan, DNA Test Results:  Anhidrotic Ectodermal Dysplasia – normal, Degenerative Myelopathy – carrier, D locus (Dilute)– normal, L locus (Long Hair), Hemophilia A – normal, Hyperuricosuria (Urolithiasis) – normal, Leukocyte Adhesion Deficiency Type III – normal,  and Multidrug resistance 1 – normal.

Kira, DNA Test Results:  Anhidrotic Ectodermal Dysplasia – normal, Degenerative Myelopathy – normal, D locus (Dilute) – normal, Hemophilia A – normal, Hyperuricosuria (Urolithiasis) – normal, Leukocyte Adhesion Deficiency Type III – normal,  and Multidrug resistance 1 – normal.

Toshy, DNA Test Results: Degenerative Myelopathy – normal.

Bomba, DNA Test Results: Degenerative Myelopathy – normal.

Bred with H.E.A.R.T.

AKC BRED WITH H.E.A.R.T. PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS:

An AKC BRED WITH H.E.A.R.T breeder makes an on-going commitment to the health and well-being of purebred dogs by committing to these program requirements:

HEALTH
Certifying that their breeding stock is health tested in accordance with the recommendations of their breed’s AKC Breed Parent Club.

EDUCATION
Promising that they will pursue AKC provided or AKC approved continuing breeder education so that they stay current on the best breeding practices, including advances in canine health.

ACCOUNTABILITY
Agreeing to comply with the AKC Care and Conditions Policy, including inspections by the AKC, and promising to share with AKC health testing and continuing education documentation.

RESPONSIBILITY
Accepting responsibility for the health and well-being of the puppies they produce and for complying with all laws regarding the ownership and maintenance of dogs.

TRADITION
Upholding the AKC’s tradition of breeding purebred dogs that are happy and healthy.

THE FOLLOWING MUST BE MET IN ORDER TO BE ACCEPTED INTO THE PROGRAM:

  •  Have registered at least one AKC litter within the past 5 years
  •  Be in good standing with the AKC
  •  Certify that applicable health screens are performed on the breeding stock as recommended by the respective AKC Breed Parent Club and be prepared to supply proof of such compliance upon request
  • Must agree to comply with the AKC Care and Conditions Policy, including inspection(s) by the American Kennel Club or its duly authorized representative
  • Must agree to comply with all applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations regarding the ownership and maintenance of dogs
  • Must agree to complete AKC-approved and/or AKC-provided continuing breeder education courses annually.

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Please contact us for available dogs.  

Check out our “Puppies” page for upcoming puppies available.

 

SG-1 Miss Ella von Morgen Haus IPO 1, BH, AD

 

Click here to see more of EllaDSC_0175 (2) (1024x684)Owner: Tyler Tilton

Registered with AKC

Color: Black and Red

Hips and Elbows Certified

DNA Test Results for Six Genetic Diseases Ella is not at risk for any of these genetic diseases tested for.

Coat Length DNA Test Results Ella can not produce long hair puppies.

Sire: VA3 (CAN) Griff vom TeMar (WUSV 2012)  SchH3, IPO3, FH, KKl1. Griff received a special reward for his protection performance at the 2011 NASS. He is a son of VA3 Dux De Cuatro Flores SchH3, FH1 and USA UNIV. SIEGERIN V Ule v TeMar SchH3, FH1.

Dam: V Hazel Vom Nobelos SchH1. Hazel has great German bloodlines and is a daughter of VA (USA) Kerry vom Torberg SchH3 and a granddaughter of VA1 (CN) V14 Whisky vom Bierstadter Hof SchH3.

 

Ella is a very strong and determined young lady. She has great ball drive, she is crazy about the water, and she loves people. If she had her way, she would always be by my son Tyler’s side (her master and best friend!).

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Ella’s Accomplishments:

Ella came in first place and was awarded the show rating SG1 (Very Good) in Germany in 2016.

Ella earned her IPO1 (International working) title in Germany in 2016. The dog must pass an initial temperament test by the judge. Heel on the leash and off, demonstrate the walking sit, the walking down, and the stay tests, as well as, the send-out. It must retrieve on the flat and over a hurdle. In tracking, it must be able to follow a track laid by its handler at least 20 minutes earlier. For the protection phase of the test, a dog must search for the “helper,” who plays the role of a “villain” to be warded off, hold and bark, attack the “helper,” and pursuit him or her before withdrawing on command.

Ella earned her BH [Begleithund] title in Germany in 2016. It’s a Traffic-steady companion dog test which tests the dogs temperament in and around people. It includes basic formal obedience – heeling on and off leash, sits, downs and recalls – as well as practical tests of the dog’s character in everyday situations. These include reaction to normal situations involving crowds of people, strange noises, joggers, cars and other dogs.

Ella earned her AD title (Endurance Test)  in Germany in 2016. The Endurance test is designed to prove that the German Shepherd is capable of performing physical exercise of a prescribed nature without tiring.

Ella earned her AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy and her name is listed in the AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy records at AKC in 2012. AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy is the puppy level of Canine Good Citizen. Dog owners must complete the class and the dog pass the AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy manners test at the end of the course.

SG-1, VP-2 Ursula von Morgen Haus CGC, NC, NI, NE, AC, AI

Owner: Trevor Tilton

Registered with AKC, UKC and SV/USA

Color: Black and Red

Hips and Elbows Certified

DNA Test Results For Nine Genetic Diseases:  The results are normal/normal, Ursula is not at risk for any of these genetic diseases. In addition, she is not a carrier for any of the mutations studied.

DNA Test Results For Long Hair: Ursula can not produce long hair puppies.

Sire: V Geronimo vom Frankengold AD, IPO 1, Kkl 1a, hips/elbows-normal, D.M. – clear, and his heart and eyes are OFA certified. He is a West German show line, imported from a top kennel in Berlin Germany. Geronimo’s pedigree is packed with many top VA and V rated German Shepherds.

Dam: V (CN) Larissa V Bullinger, AD, IPO 1, Kkl  hips/elbows normal, D.M. clear. She is from German  bloodlines with an outstanding pedigree including 9 VA champions in the past 4 generations behind her.

Ursula is a fun loving dog that is full of life! She is always ready to have some fun, rather it be going on a walk with us, running along side Trevor (Ursula’s owner) on a bike ride, or taking a swim. She is ready and willing do whatever it be, as long as it is fun!

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Ursula’s accomplishments:

Ursula earned her Advanced Interior (AI) nosework title from UKC (United Kennel Club) in 2017. The dog must find the hidden odor (Anise) in the search area within 3 minutes. The search takes place indoors, in a area that is between 150 square feet to 300 square feet in size. In order to receive this title the dog must earn two passing scores at two different trials.

Ursula earned her Advanced Container (AC) nosework title from UKC (United Kennel Club) in 2017. Twelve containers are arranged in a pattern on the floor with the odor (Anise) hidden in one of the containers. The dog must locate the odor and the handler must call alert within 3 minutes to earn a passing score. In order to receive this title the dog must earn two passing scores at two different trials.

Ursula earned her Canine Good Citizen (CGC) title from the American Kennel Club (AKC) in 2016. The dog and handler have to successfully complete ten components of an evaluation. The purpose of the evaluation is to recognize those dogs who have been trained to be good citizens in the community. Congratulations Trevor and Ursula!

Ursula came in 1st place and received her Very Good (SG-1) show rating in the Youth Dog Class Females: 12-18 months at “Treasure Valley Working Dog Club” Conformation Show, July 10, 2016 in Middleton Idaho.

Ursula earned her  Novice Container (NC) nosework title from UKC (United Kennel Club)  in 2016. Twelve containers are arranged in a pattern on the floor with the odor (birch) hidden in one of the containers. The dog must locate the odor and the handler must call alert within 3 minutes to earn a passing score. In order to receive this title the dog must earn two passing scores at two different trials.

Ursula earned her  Novice Interior (NI) nosework title from UKC (United Kennel Club) in 2016. The dog must find the hidden odor (birch) in the search area within 3 minutes. The search takes place inside one of the rooms on the interior of building. In order to receive this title the dog must earn two passing scores at two different trials.

Ursula earned her Novice Exterior (NE) nosework title from UKC (United Kennel Club) in 2016. The exterior area search takes place outside, often it contains grass, dirt, cement and/or gravel. These searches can be especially difficult for the dogs as there are a number of new smells (trash/food, animals, etc.) the dogs are working in all weather conditions and the dogs may be tempted to mark or eliminate. The dog must find the hidden odor (birch) in the search area within 3 minutes. In order to receive this title the dog must earn two passing scores at two different trials.

Ursula came in second place and was awarded the show rating Very Promising (VP-2)  at the USCA PNW Regional Conformation Show in 2015.

Ursula earned her AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy and her name is listed in the AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy records at AKC in 2015. AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy is the puppy level of Canine Good Citizen. Dog owners must complete the class and the dog pass the AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy manners test at the end of the course.

VA2 (EG), V5 (BSZS), Bomba vom Legends Team IGP3, IPO2, IPO1, BH, AD, KKL

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Registered with AKC , SV/Germany, and German Shepherd Dog Club of Egypt

Color:  Black and Red

Coat Length: Long 

Hips, Elbows, and LÜW Certified

DNA Results: Bomba was DNA tested for Degenerative Myelopathy, The results are normal/normal, Bomba is not at risk for this genetic disease. In addition, he is not a carrier for the mutation studied.   

Sire: VA1 & VA2 (BSZS), 7 X VA Bellamie vom Praester Land IPO3 KKL, Normal/Normal DM Clear. Bellamie is not only the world’s most VA1 titled long coat GSD in the world, but also in all of history! 

Dam: V Zenzi von Oasis IPO1 Kk1, daughter of VA1 (USCA), VA2 (BSZS-2x Vice World Champion) Nino von Tronje – SchH3, AD, BH, KKL1″a”. Nino was rated the second best German Shepherd Dog in the world.   

Words cannot expense how excited I'm to have this excellent German Shepherd that was imported from Europe. Thanks to Sherif Sewilam (Legends Team) for selling me this beautiful dog and to Amber Crystal for helping me purchase Bomba so that we could have another amazing long coat stud dog in the USA.

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Bomba’s Accomplishments:

12/02/2019 - Bomba earned his KKL (KoerKlasse) or Breed SurveyFor this rating the dog must compete for titles in Germany or other countries under the rules of the SV (Verein fur Deutsche Schaferhunde, the club for German Shepherd Dogs in Germany). To meet this world standard each dog must pass a companion dog temperament test (BH), a minimum of a SchH1/IPO1 working degree, certified hips ("a" stamp or OFA) a 12 mile endurance test followed by an examination for physical soundness. The dog must also compete at a show to achieve a conformation rating of at least a SG or better. These requirements make the dog eligible to enter a Koerung/ Breed Survey (qualify for breeding). At the Breed Survey the dog is carefully evaluated for correct structure, temperament and courage. These requirements are only guidelines for our breed, sometimes recommendations are given to who the dog should be bred with to produce excellent offspring, also sometimes certain bloodlines are not bred together as the two bloodlines do not work well together.

05/26/2019 - Bomba earned his IGP3 (International working) Title.  For the dog to earn this title it must pass all the Advanced level Tracking, Obedience and Protection tests required for the IGP3 degree.

02/28/2019 - Bomba earned his VA2 (Vorzuglich Auslese or Excellent Select) show rating at the Egypt Sieger ShowThe highest attainable award by a German show dog and only granted at the annual National Sieger Show. VA title awarded to the top couple of Champion dogs at the Sieger show each year. VA2 is the Vice-Sieger.

10/28/2018 - Bomba earned his 1PO2 (International working) Title. For the dog to earn this title it must pass all the Intermediate level Tracking, Obedience and Protection tests required for the IPO2 degree.

09/06/2018 - Bomba earned his V (Vorauglich or Excellent) show rating at the Sieger Show in Germany (BSZS). In order to earn the V the dog must be entered in the working classes meaning it must have a Schutzhund title. The V is reserved for dogs with excellent conformation and movement. It is the highest conformation rating that can be awarded in a local or regional show.

09/30/2017 - Bomba earned his IPO1 (International working) Title. For the dog to earn this title it must pass all the Tracking, Obedience, and Protection tests required for the IPO1 degree.

08/31/2017 - Bomba earned his ​SG (Sehr Gut or Very Good) show rating at the Sieger Show in Germany (BSZS). It is the highest rating a dog can get in a show until it has met all the requirements listed to receive a V rating.

05/31/2017 -  Bomba earned his AD (Ausdauerprüfung "Endurance Test") Title. A Certificate awarded for approximately 12 mile run followed by a short obedience test.

05/14/2017 - Bomba earned his BH (Begleithund) Title. It's a Temperament and Obedience test required before advancement to SchH/IPO/IGP Titles.

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Bomba at the 2019 Sieger show in Germany (BSZS) where he earned his V11 show rating:

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Breed Survey Comments:

German: Groß, kraft- und gehaltvoll, satt pigmentiert, sehr guter Ausdruck, guter Kopf, hoher Widerrist,
gerader Rücken, die Kruppe sollte bei guter Lage eine Nuance länger sein. Vorne gut, hinten sehr gut gewinkelt, ausgeglichene Brustverhältnisse, gerade Front, kraftvoller, dynamischer Bewegungsablauf. Sicheres Wesen, TSB ausgeprägt. V.
Korrekt aufgebauter, ausdrucksvoller Rüde mit intensiven Schwarzanteilen.

Translate to English: Large, full of strength and richness, richly pigmented, very good expression, good head, high withers, straight back, the croup should be a nuance longer if a good location. Good at the front, very good angled at the back, balanced chest ratios, straight front, powerful, dynamic movement sequence. Safe being, TSB pronounced. V. Correctly constructed, expressive male with intense black parts.

Show Events:

Date: 05.09.2019 Event: Bundessieger-Zuchtschau SV 2019 Location: D-Nürnberg Show: LSH Gebrauchshundklasse Rüden
Pred: Place: 11 Judge: Robert Lang

Date: 28.07.2019 Event: LG-Zucht- und Nachwuchsschau (LG 15) Location: D-Plattling Show: LSH Gebrauchshundklasse Rüden
Pred: Place: Judge: Robert Lang

Date: 21.07.2019 Event: LG-Zucht- und Nachwuchsschau (LG 12) Location: D-Viernheim-Hessen e.V. Show: LSH Gebrauchshundklasse Rüden
Pred: Place: Judge: Robert Lang

Date: 17.07.2019 Event: Belgische Siegershow 2019 Location: B-Andenne, Petit-Waret Show: LSH Gebrauchshundklasse Rüden
Pred: Place: Judge: Robert Lang

Date: 14.07.2019 Event: LG -Zucht- und Nachwuchsschau (LG 14) Location: D-Kronach e.V. Show: LSH Gebrauchshundklasse Rüden
Pred: Place: Judge: Joachim Stiegler

Date: 13.07.2019 Event: Zucht- und Nachwuchsschau (LG 15) Location: D-Laufen Show: LSH Gebrauchshundklasse Rüden                                                   Pred: Place: Judge: Jochen Prall

Date: 12.07.2019 Event: Nederlandse Kampioenschapsclubmatch 2019 Location: NL-Roermond Show: LSH Gebrauchshundklasse Rüden
Pred: Place: Judge: Harald Hohmann

Date: 12.05.2019 Event: Zucht- und Nachwuchsschau (LG 14) Location: D-Schweinfurt e.V. Show: LSH Gebrauchshundklasse Rüden
Pred: Place: Judge: Marco Oßmann

Date: 28.02.2019 Event: Egypt Sieger Show V & M.East & N.Africa Location: ET-Eastwind Facility, Giza Show: LSH Gebrauchshundklasse Rüden
Pred: VA Place: Judge: Harald Hohmann

Date: 16.12.2018 Event: Southwestern Regional Conformation Show Location: US-West Coast Show: LSH Gebrauchshundklasse Rüden
Pred: Place: Judge: Lothar Quoll

Date: 06.09.2018 Event: Bundessieger-Zuchtschau SV 2018 Location: D-Nürnberg Show: LSH Gebrauchshundklasse Rüden
Pred: Place: Judge: Ulrich Hausmann

Date: 05.08.2018 Event: LG-Zucht- und Nachwuchsschau (LG 03) Location: D-HannoverMitte e.V. Show: LSH Gebrauchshundklasse Rüden
Pred: Place: Judge: Fried. Gerstenberg

Date: 01.07.2018 Event: Nederlandse Kampioenschapsclubmatch Location: NL-Roermond Show: LSH Gebrauchshundklasse Rüden
Pred: Place:Judge: Ulrich Hausmann

Date: 17.06.2018 Event: LG-Zucht- und Nachwuchsschau (LG 01) Location: D-Bardowick Show:LSH Gebrauchshundklasse Rüden
Pred: Place: Judge: Hans-Peter Schweimer

Date: 04.02.2018 Event: Zucht- und Nachwuchsschau (LG 07) Location: D-Lothe/Westf. e.V. Show: LSH Gebrauchshundklasse Rüden
Pred: Place: Judge: Ulrich Hausmann

Date: 31.08.2017 Event: Bundessieger-Zuchtschau SV 2017 Location: D-Ulm Show: LSH Junghundklasse Rüden
Pred: SG Place: Judge: Ulrich Hausmann

Date: 13.08.2017 Event: LG-Zucht- und Nachwuchsschau (LG 07) Location: D-Schloss-Neuhaus/Westf. Show: LSH Junghundklasse Rüden
Pred: SG Place: Judge: Ulrich Hausmann

Date: 15.06.2017 Event: LG-Jugendliche HF JLG-Zuchtschau (LG 06) Location: D-Hamm/Westf. Show: LSH Jugendklasse Rüden
Pred: SG Place: Judge: Ulrich Hausmann

Date: 11.06.2017 Event: LG Jugendschau - Jeugd Clubmatch 2017 Location: NL-Hoogeveen Show: LSH Jugendklasse Rüden
Pred: SG Place: Judge: Nancy Herms

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