Current & Upcoming Litters
Isis vom Wildhaus
IPO1, OB1, TR1, CGC,
OFA H/E/C/DM, CERF
V Ike von der Donauvorstadt
SchH3, IPO3, FH, BSP, KKl1
a1 Normal H&E
Isis has been bred to Ike and puppies are due early January. We will perform an ultrasound in early December to confirm pregnancy and get a count of puppies.
Isis is an outstanding daughter of our own Caliber v Wildhaus, aka "Raven", and Hannes Spadener Holz. For more detailed information on Isis' temperament and working ability, as well as the bloodlines from which she hails, please visit Isis' Page.
For her first litter we have chosen to breed Isis to BSP Competitor Ike vd Donauvorstadt. Ike is a powerhouse of a dog who combines exceptional structure with exceptional working temperament and exceptional nerve. Ike is the sire of our N litter with Eris, a half sister to Isis' dam, and this breeding of Ike and Eris has been hands-down one of the nicest litters we have ever had. Puppies from that breeding are excelling in everything they have been asked to do; from SchH/IPO to family companions, and a variety of AKC venues in between including tracking, obedience, agility and nosework. We feel very fortunate to have been able to utilize Ike for breeding during his short stay in the US, and we have been so impressed with his production that we have also purchased a young Ike son from the Czech Republic for future use in our breeding program.
The quality we have seen in Ike's offspring is no surprise as Ike himself is an exceptionally strong and balanced working dog who has proven himself to be a great producer of the same, and who hails from a pedigree packed with dogs who like Ike were not only highly successful in their own right but who also were proven producers of excellent dogs both on the sport field and in a variety of working venues. While we certainly appreciate the strong, balanced working temperament Ike has produced, we place even higher value on the absolute stability of nerve that we have seen in his offspring. His pups are practically bombproof, with absolute confidence (and sometimes cockiness!) in all situations. They are bold and outgoing and will tackle anything put before them without a moment's hesitation. Nothing fazes them, either on the field or off the field, and they settle easily in the home during down time.
We expect pups from this O Litter breeding of Isis and Ike to have similar results. They should be correct medium size, with robust, athletic structure and bold, confident and outgoing personalities. Drives will be strong and balanced, but by no means extreme, coupled with clear headedness, resiliency and very high degrees of biddability and trainability. These pups will be excellent candidates for most any working/sporting endeavor and for family companions in experienced, active homes.
- Sables and Solid Blacks.
- Preference given to experienced GSD owners and working/sport homes.
- Early reservations recommended.
- Reservations only accepted from individuals who have completed our interview/screening process. Contact us for more information.
Eris vom Wildhaus
SchH3, IPO3, AWD1, P1,
FO, RN, OA, AXJ, NF,
CGC, TT, OFA H/E/C/DM, CERF
Quart Aritar Bastet
ZVV1, 0/0 H&E
Eris will be bred for what will probably be her last litter in 2014. For this litter we will be using our own fantastic young male, Quart Aritar Bastet, aka "Colt". More information about Eris and Colt can be found on their individual web pages. Just click on their names underneath the photos above.
As Colt is a son of Ike vd Donauvorstadt, out of the outstanding Czech female Zendy Aritar Bastet, this litter will be 3/4 the same pedigree as our exceptional N litter breeding of Eris and Ike. Our N litter is one of the nicest litters we have ever had in terms of nerve, working temperament, health and structure. All puppies from that litter are showing great promise and are progressing very nicely in a variety of venues including SchH/IPO, French Ring, AKC Obedience, Agility, Tracking and Nosework. We expect no less with this litter and puppies will be excellent candidates for training in a variety of disciplines as well as wonderful family companions for experienced and active owners.
To learn more about our puppies' first weeks here with us, please read our article on How Wildhaus Pups Are Raised.