We are very excited to announce that we will be breeding Gandhi & Zina.
Gandhi is a KNPV PH 1 & PH 2 German Shepherd import from Holland. He has earned the coveted KNPV PH 2 degree in July of this year with a near perfect score of 418 points.
Aesthetically Gandhi is stunningly beautiful to look at, he is a big robust dog with a head like a lion, with a straight back, he walks straight on his toes, and NOT on his hocks like you see in so many German Shepherds in the world today. Gandhi’s bloodline is very interesting staring with his direct mother Nastja, and his direct father, famous Germany stud dog, Vito.
Zina is a young German Shepherd that we had bred, she was the pick of the female litter. Zina is a very large female with very strong nerves. She is doing amazing in her training at such a young age. In fact there isn’t anything that she cannot do. You just show her something one time and she will do it right the first time.
This is a video of Troy, just one of the many KNPV Dutch Shepherds that we have imported. Troy is a very strong nerved female Dutch Shepherd. In this video Troy demonstrates the stick attack that is done within the KNPV program. As one knows the KNPV PH 1 program is the most difficult and hardest dog sport in Europe. Very few dogs can handle the difficulty of KNPV, and even though German Shepherds, Dutch Shepherds, and Belgian Malinois are very strong nerved dogs it is even hard for some of them to pass this hard sport. In fact only 800 to 1000 dogs are certified per year. The KNPV program is the closest sport to represent a true protection dog.
This is a video of Max, one of our KNPV German Shepherd stud dogs doing the gunshot exercise in the KNPV program. Max is a KNPV PH1 German Shepherd that we imported from Holland in 2006. Max is a very hard German Shepherd with very strong nerves but at the same time very social and great with children.
We were very fortunate to be in a position to purchase Spanky. Spanky is a 3 year old KNPV PH 1 Belgian Malinois import from Holland. Spanky earned his coveted KNPV PH1 degree in May of this year with a perfect score of 440 points, which gave him a bye to go to the Dutch National Championship in September, were he came in 2nd with 435 points. The K.N.P.V. program is the most difficult dog sport in Europe. As one knows, there are only 800 to 1000 dogs that earn this difficult title each year, and the only place where one can title their dog for a PH1 is in the Netherlands. Out of the 1000 dogs entered only ten dogs received a perfect score of 440 points got invited to the Dutch National Championship. To have a dog at this level, this young for sale is almost unheard of.
Spanky is a strikingly beautiful Belgian Malinois, he is definitely a head turner when walking him down the street. He has a ton of confidence with a great personality. Spanky is a very social Dog and is calm in every day life. In his protection he is a typical Malinois when doing protection work, he has no reservations to leave the ground to get at the decoy. In his bite work his bite compression is absolutely devastating, he comes in fast and hard with a bone crushing bite. Spanky will now go through our Elite Family Estate Protection Dog Program. He definitely was a phenomenal find, and we are definitely fortunate to have him as part of our team.
We were very fortunate to be in a position to purchase Gandhi. After one year of negotiating we finally got a yes to purchase Gandhi.
Gandhi is a KNPV PH 1 & PH 2 German Shepherd import from Holland. Gandhi earned his coveted KNPV PH 2 degree in July of this year with a near perfect score of 418 points.
Gandhi is also the father of our newest German Shepherd puppy Sting, who is turning out to a amazing Dog. Aesthetically Gandhi is stunningly beautiful to look at, he is a big robust dog with a head like a lion, with a straight back that walks straight on his toes, and NOT on his hocks like you see in so many German Shepherd in today’s world. In his protection he is absolutely devastating, he comes in fast and hard with a bone crushing bite. Gandhi is a very head strong dog, with nerves of steel, but at the same time he can be very sociable, affectionate, and loves to hang out with children. He is very calm in every day life and great in the house.
Gandhi will now go through our Elite Family Estate Protection Dog Program. This is a one in a million opportunity, he definitely was phenomenal find.
A happy dog is a dog that is physically and mentally stimulated. Your Personal Protection Dog needs to work and be exercised on a daily basis. I don’t know how many times I seen or hear about someone with a good working dog that only takes them out of the run twice a week to their local club to stimulate the dog. To me this is definitely not enough. We work our Protection dogs seven day a week. In fact a relaxed day for us would be to walk our dogs five miles, three time a day. I personally walk my talk, I will literally walk five miles a day, and it is not an uncommon sight to see me walking with four or six dogs in the city.
One of the best ways to stimulate your protection dog is to have him follow you on a bike, you can cover a long distance at a very fast-paced, in a short amount of time. It is important however when riding with your protection dog that you have him on the curbside, for the safety of the dog. The following is a video that we shot in Holland with a experience KNPV handler and his Dutch Shepherd at a local KNPV club on a bike.
This video is a demonstration of the basic obedience exercises within the KNPV PH 1 Program. Note that handler must do a series of turns through pylons, first on lead, then off lead on examination day.
We filmed this video on one of our many trips to the Netherlands in one of the Local K.N.P.V Clubs. The handler in this video is an experienced KNPV handler, notice that when he is handling his Dutch Shepherd that he exercises the three main points of doing obedience, calm assertive energy, communication, and a loose lead.
Rocky is a KNPV Belgian Malinois import from Holland. Rocky holds the coveted tiitle KNPV PH1. In this video Rocky is demonstrating guarding the article exercise within the KNPV program. This video of Rocky was literary filmed four hours after we picked him up from the airport. Rocky is just another example of one of the top quality protection dogs that we deliver to all our clients.
Zina is a KNPV German Shepherd puppy that we had bred. She is only six months old in this video but we have been training her since she was five weeks old.
The work that we do is very special and different, much different then what you would see in the sporting world. In the KNPV when they do the article search they have their dogs find the article and bring it back to the handler, to me this makes no sense at all, why would you allow or train your dog to pick up an article that you may need for evidence.