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4 IS PLASTIC SAFE IN DOG BOWLS There are a wide variety of dog bowls on the market - plastic ones, slow down eating ones, silicon ones, stainless steel ones, ceramic ones, stoneware ones, and yes, even paper ones and ones made of sugar cane. But how do you know if your dog bowl is safe? We've done a bit of research on the different types of dog food bowls on the market...here's what we found: PLASTIC Some of the most popular dog bowls on the market are plastic. But unknown to many, they can be the most dangerous bowls with which to feed and water your pet! There are a couple of reasons for this: One reason is that plastics scratch and those little crevices can harbor unhealthy bacteria, that even a good safe cleaning can't deter. In addition, there are many reports in the news that plastics can emit chemicals like Bisphenal A, or BPA. Every few years, articles regarding the safety of plastics hit the news headlines most recently in the form of reports of a chemical found in baby and sports bottles: Bisphenal A, or BPA. What is BPA? The EWG says, "bisphenol a (BPA), a synthetic estrogen used to harden polycarbonate plastics and epoxy resin, is the focus of a growing number of research studies and legislative actions, reflecting mounting scientific evidence that it causes serious and sometimes irreversible damage to health, even at the low doses to which people are routinely exposed." The Environmental Working Group also goes on to say..."in laboratory tests, trace BPA exposure has been shown to disrupt the endocrine system and trigger a wide variety of disorders, including chromosomal and reproductive system abnormalities, impaired brain and neurological functions, cancer, cardiovascular system damage, adult-onset diabetes, early puberty, obesity and resistance to chemotherapy." So if they are having this kind of effect on humans, imagine what they are doing to our little dog bodies! Plastics can also emit dangerous Phthalates, according to the EWG. "These chemicals, called plasticizers, are a group of industrial chemicals used to make plastics like polyvinyl chloride (PVC) more flexible or resilient and also as solvents. Phthalates are nearly ubiquitous in modern society, found in, among other things, toys, food packaging, hoses, raincoats, shower curtains, vinyl flooring, wall coverings, lubricants, adhesives, detergents, nail polish, hair spray and shampoo." In addition, HealthyStuff.org, an organization who tests many pet products for levels of lead, chlorine, arsenic and more, indicates that even though some plastic pet bowls may be BPA free and certified as FDA food safe, some may contain medium levels of lead. And these chemicals can leach from plastic containers into your dog's food, potentially exposing them to dangerous chemicals with harmful side affects. There are some safe food plastics, and generally speaking most human plastics containers can be identified by their recycling codes that can help you find the safe ones. But the pet industry is slow to add this helpful id tool to pet products, so we are left not knowing what plastic pet dish is safe and which is not, or taking the word of the manufacturer. Yes, there are some safe plastic bowls, but how do you know for sure, without having them tested in a trusted lab?
5 STONEWARE According to HealthyStuff.org some stoneware pet bowls may contain medium levels of dangerous lead that could be harmful to your dog. In 1973, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency began phasing out leaded gasoline, a process that was to drag on until Lead was banned in household paint in As a result, according to the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, lead levels in the blood of American children have dropped by 86 percent since the late 1970s." The EWG says..."the insidious symptoms of slow lead poisoning -- impaired intellect, memory loss, mood swings, infertility, nerve, joint and muscle disorders, cardiovascular, skeletal, kidney and renal problems and possibly cancer -- were not fully recognized until the late 20th century. Some manufacturers tout their stoneware bowls as lead free. But, while HealthStuff.org is sharing a lot of research about stoneware pet bowls, they have yet to test every bowl on the market. So why potentially expose your dog to such a dangerous chemical? SILICONE Lately we've been seeing several silicone based pet food bowls hit the market. While they are deemed made of FDA approved food based silicone, we are with the the 'jury is still out,' pack on this new method of feeding. According to Wikipedia, silicones are largely-inert, man-made compounds with a wide variety of forms and uses. Typically heat-resistant, nonstick, and rubber-like, they are commonly used in cookware, medical applications, sealants, adhesives, lubricants, insulation, and breast implants. Over the years, we've read about the problems women have had with silicone breast implants, (the same stuff used to create food safe silicone bowls). So many dangers have been found with the various methods we use for feeding, that I'm of the 'better safe than sorry" set. Time will tell... CERAMIC Many ceramic dog bowls can be a good choice if you do your homework and select carefully. Some glazes used to coat the dog bowl could contain lead and other chemicals. So if you decide to use a ceramic bowl make certain it is intended for food use and that it is coated with a lead free glaze. And also be certain to check the bowl often for little cracks in the glaze, that can not only harbor bacteria, but can also potentially be ingested if cracked or chipped. SUGAR CANE AND CORN Many disposable pet bowls made of sugar cane and corn are hitting the market. Patterned after human disposable paper plates and made from sugar cane or corn, these pet bowls are touted as being very eco-friendly and green, as well as safe for dogs. Many say after several uses, you can put them into your compost pile to biodegrade, which would cut down on added waste to landfills, and the inability to actually biodegrade when buried under all that trash at the landfill. Since sugar cane and corn in very low ingestion levels is not toxic or dangerous for dogs, we feel these dishes would be a nice emergency or travel option for dogs. We would keep a watchful eye on my sis, Gracie, however, since she would perhaps be apt to eat something like a bowl made of sugar cane...she's like that you know :) And we know that anything like this in large proportions wouldn't be good for her intestinal tract. STAINLESS STEEL Over many years, stainless steel has be proven to be the safest material for making and storing foods. It is durable, sanitary, rust-free, and non-leaching. And the best part is that they can last a lifetime, and save you money! In their tips to avoid certain chemical exposure, the EWG recommends in many instances to replace non-safe plastics with stainless steel. WHAT TO USE! So what's a dog to do? We recommend going stainless steel. It is widely believed to be the absolute safest dog food and water dispensing bowl. It's what we use for all our meals and water, whether at home or on the road, for us pups and our kittie bros. You can purchase many sizes and types of stainless steel dog bowls, including slow down eating and non-skid, small or gigantic! Properly cared for stainless steel pet bowls won't harbor dangerous bacteria, and they don't emit dangerous chemicals. Be sure to clean your stainless steel bowl after every use to ward off potential illness from bacteria, and don't clean it with any abrasive material like steel wool. Just use a safe eco-friendly dish soap and hot water, or better yet, do what we do, clean with a nice mixture of vinegar and water.
9 Veterinarians, health officials and dog owners are alarmed by the mysterious recent deaths of four dogs in Ohio. Some experts suspect the dogs may have died a few days after exposure to a virus that's normally found in pigs. Three dogs in the Cincinnati area and a fourth dog near Akron died in August after exhibiting symptoms that included vomiting, bloody diarrhea, weight loss and lethargy, according to the Columbus Dispatch. "We feel obligated to make sure pet owners are aware this is happening," Erica Hawkins, communications director for the Ohio Department of Agriculture, told the Dispatch. "Supportive therapies can be helpful if started early enough." [10 Deadly Diseases That Hopped Across Species] The three dogs from Cincinnati died last month after staying in the same kennel. The Akron dog that died was one of several in the Akron-Canton area that showed the same symptoms. A stool sample from the Akron dog tested positive for canine circovirus, a recently isolated virus. A new virus emerges Circoviruses are spherical viruses (grouped within the family Circoviridae) that are commonly found in birds, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) publication Emerging Infectious Diseases. Until recently, the only mammals known to carry circoviruses were pigs. But in 2012, a 1-year-old dog in California was brought to the University of California, Davis, Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital after being kenneled for three weeks. The dog had bloody diarrhea and was vomiting; because of the poor prognosis, the dog was euthanized and its tissue was sampled to determine the cause of death. The tissue analysis showed that the dog had a new type of circovirus named DogCV. "Our results indicate that circovirus, alone or in co-infection with other pathogens, might contribute to illness and death in dogs," the report stated. Not all infected dogs died, and the virus has been seen in dogs that appear healthy, indicating that some dogs may have an immunity to the virus. Zoonosis: Making the jump Viruses and bacteria that commonly infect just one animal species can evolve and "jump" from that species to another; this process is known as zoonosis. Medical experts believe that influenza, HIV, Ebola and dozens of other zoonotic diseases once only infected pigs, apes or other animals, but these viruses are now common among humans. Bats, in particular, are known as carriers of viral infections: Recent research suggests bats are reservoirs for more than 60 viruses that can also infect humans, and host more viruses per species than even rodents do. The Ohio Department of Agriculture is continuing to investigate the death of the four dogs in the state. "The laboratory confirmation [of circovirus] is important because the virus is newly isolated, however we are not prepared at this time to confirm that canine circovirus is the cause of the dog illnesses," state veterinarian Dr. Tony Forshey said in a statement. "Because the symptoms being exhibited can also be linked to other known illnesses, additional analysis and information is needed to determine if this virus alone or in co-infection contributes to illness and death in dogs." Dog owners are advised to take normal precautions with their pets such as watching for signs of any disease and to contact their vet if they notice any symptoms of illness. "The most important thing dog owners can do is call their veterinarian if they have concerns about the health of their pets," Forshey said. "Your veterinarian is the best person to help determine if your animal is ill and what steps should be taken to help them recover."
11 DANGEROUS FOOD If you witness your pet consuming material that you suspect might be toxic, do not hesitate to seek emergency assistance, even if you do not notice any adverse effects. Sometimes, even if poisoned, an animal may appear normal for several hours or for days after the incident Alcoholic beverages Can cause intoxication, coma, and death Avocado Contain Persin, which can cause vomiting and diarrhea in dogs Chocolate Coffee Fatty foods Macadamia nuts Mouldy or spoiled foods Toxic levels possible with the ingestion of 1 ounce per 1 pound of body weight Toxic and affect the heart and nervous systems Can cause pancreatitis. Can negatively affect multiple systems due to an as-yet-unidentified substance Contain multiple toxins causing vomiting and diarrhea Onions, onion powder Can lead to a severe case of hemolytic anemia whereby the blood doesn't carry enough oxygen to all parts of the dog's body Raisins and grapes Can lead to kidney damage and death if consumed in a large enough quantity Pure Salt If eaten in large quantities it may lead to electrolyte imbalances Raw Yeast dough It will expand and produce gas in the digestive system, causing pain and possible rupture of the stomach or intestines Garlic Any sugar free product Can damage red blood cells and cause anemia Might contain xylitol and can cause liver damage and death Bones Pose a choking risk or can become lodged in the digestive tract Mushrooms Contain toxins, which may affect multiple systems in the body, cause shock, and result in death.
13 ADRK breedings APRIL 2013 KOMBISGR'12 HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG III IPO III BH AD Gek.b.EzA Leistungszucht BONITA VOM SOFIENBUSCH HD-Frei ED + SchH/VPG I BH Heinz-Walter Räcke Altenhausen Tel: /6697 ALEXANDER VOM LEUCHTTURM KOMBISGR'12 HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG III IPO III BH AD Gek.b.EzA Leistungszucht NATACHI VOM ERXESPRING HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG I BH Lothar Becker Westoverledingen Tel: 04955/8441 ARRAS VON DER PUPPENSTUBE HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG III FH II IPO III BH AD Gek.b Leistungszucht DIXI VOM KREUZGANG HD +/- ED-Frei SchH/VPG I BH Heike Neubert Flöha Tel: 03726/ ATZE VON DER HOLZHAUSSIEDLUNG II DT.JGD.(ADRK)-/DT.JGD.(VDH)-CH VDH-EJS'10 HD- Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG III BH AD Leistungszucht VIPER VOM GODEWIND HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG I BH Uwe Petermann & Kerstin Hjort Albersdorf Tel: 04835/8196 BALOU VOM NORDERDIEK DT.JGD.(ADRK)-CH KJS'12 HD-Frei ED + IPO I BH Leistungszucht KAYA VON NESSAJA HD +/- ED-Frei SchH/VPG I BH Thomas & Heidi Thiede Nordholz Tel: 04741/ CHIWAS VOM KINZIGTAL HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG III IPO III BH Leistungszucht DONNA VOM HÄRDTENBÜHL HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG III IPO III BH AD Gek.b Karl-Heinz Reisner Beuren Tel: 0173/ EKKO VOM KÜMMELSEE HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG I BH Leistungszucht JOSY VOM PFÄLZER MICHEL HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG II BH Paul & Jan Wittemann Stutensee Tel: 0172/ ELCH VOM HELTORFER FORST HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG III IPO III BH AD Gek.b Leistungszucht CIRA VOM KINZIGTAL HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG I FH II BH AD Torsten & Stefanie Pöller Velbert Tel: 02051/ ELVIS VON DER MÜHLBACHSTRASSE INT./ÖSTERR.JGD./DT.JGD.(ADRK)-/DT.JGD.(VDH)-CH HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG III BH AD Leistungszucht DONITA VOM WOLFERT TURM HD-Frei ED + SchH/VPG I BH AD Frank Hedtke Dortmund Tel: 0231/ ELVIS VON DER MÜHLBACHSTRASSE INT./ÖSTERR.JGD./DT.JGD.(ADRK)-/DT.JGD.(VDH)-CH HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG III BH AD Leistungszucht ISY VOM SCHWAIGER WAPPEN DT.JGD.(ADRK)-CH BJS'07 HD +/- ED +/- SchH/VPG I IPO III BH AD Heiner Pellenwessel Damme Tel: 05491/8487 GERO VON DER SACHSENBURG HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG III BH AD Leistungszucht INKA VOM SCHWAIGER WAPPEN II HD-Frei ED + SchH/VPG III IPO III BH AD Dagmar Sturdza-Dilling & Peter Dilling Lauf an der Pegnitz Tel: 09123/81117
14 HARRY VON DER SACHSENBURG HD +/- ED-Frei SchH/VPG I IPO III BH Leistungszucht CIM VON DER TONBERGER HÖHE DT.(ADRK)-/DT.VDH-CH HD-Frei ED + SchH/VPG I BH Uwe Müller Mühlhausen Tel: 03601/ HARRY VON DER SACHSENBURG HD +/- ED-Frei SchH/VPG I IPO III BH Leistungszucht ANTONETT VOM SCHWARZEN MILAN HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG II IPO III BH Ralf & Marion Hirschmann Berlin Tel: 030/ HEKTOR VOM WACHBERG HD-Frei ED-Frei IPO I BH AD Leistungszucht FLOH VOM HELTORFER FORST HD-Frei ED + SchH/VPG I IPO II BH Eric Joseph & Jessica Padberg Moers Tel: HERO VON DER TONBERGER HÖHE DT.VDH-/DT.JGD.(ADRK)-/DT.JGD.(VDH)-CH HD-Frei ED- Frei SchH/VPG I IPO II BH Leistungszucht WALLI VON DER CROSSENER RANCH HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG I BH Mike Litzbach Zwickau-Crossen Tel: 0375/ IRWISH AUS DEM GROSSTADT-DSCHUNGEL HD +/- ED +/- SchH/VPG I BH AD Leistungszucht YOY VOM UHUSTEIN HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG III FPr.3 BH AD Roland Schwarze Ingolstadt Tel: 0178/ KAMARO VOM KÜMMELSEE DT.JGD.(ADRK)-/DT.JGD.(VDH)-CH BS'12 VDH-EJS'12 HD-Frei ED-Frei IPO I BH Leistungszucht EMILY VOM KÜMMELSEE HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG I BH Ramona & Hans-Jürgen Radtke Treuenbrietzen Tel: /10641 KAMARO VOM KÜMMELSEE DT.JGD.(ADRK)-/DT.JGD.(VDH)-CH BS'12 VDH-EJS'12 HD-Frei ED-Frei IPO I BH Leistungszucht ELFI VOM NIENBURGER LAND DT.JGD.(ADRK)- /DT.JGD.(VDH)-CH HD-Frei ED +/- SchH/VPG I BH AD Erwin Holtorf Rohrsen Tel: 05024/1403 KAMARO VOM KÜMMELSEE DT.JGD.(ADRK)-/DT.JGD.(VDH)-CH BS'12 VDH-EJS'12 HD-Frei ED-Frei IPO I BH Leistungszucht ORNELLA VOM VILSTALER LAND HD-Frei ED-Frei IPO I BH Harald Grossmann & Michael Stuckenberger Essenbach Tel: 08703/8627 KARO VON DER CROSSENER RANCH HD-Frei ED-Frei IPO I BH Leistungszucht BRITTA VOM NIXSTEIN HD +/- ED-Frei SchH/VPG I BH Heinz Mehlan Strehla Tel: /92020 LENNOX VOM WEISSEN SCHWAN DT.JGD.(ADRK)-/DT.JGD.(VDH)-CH VDH-EJS'11 FCI-JH- JSGR.'11 HD-Frei ED-Frei IPO I BH Leistungszucht RITA VOM OBERHAUSENER NORDEN HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG I BH AD Ralf & Ingrid Palzer Südlohn Tel: 0177/ LENNOX VOM WEISSEN SCHWAN DT.JGD.(ADRK)-/DT.JGD.(VDH)-CH VDH-EJS'11 FCI-JH- JSGR.'11 HD-Frei ED-Frei IPO I BH Leistungszucht ARANKA VOM LAUBERG HD +/- ED-Frei SchH/VPG I BH AD Josef & Sigrid Mosch Malchin Tel: 0172/
15 LUI VON DER BLOCKHÜTTE DT.(ADRK)-/DT.VDH-CH HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG III BH AD Leistungszucht WONDRA VOM RÄUBERWEG HD-Frei ED-Frei IPO I BH Marco Rabsch Pegau/Kitzen Tel: 0177/ ODIN VOM KLOSTERWAPPEN HD-Frei ED ++ SchH/VPG I BH Leistungszucht XINDY VOM TEUFELSBERG HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG I IPO III BH Wolfgang Arnold Gumpelstadt Tel: 03695/84359 PEDRO VON DER SÜDPFALZ HD-Frei ED-Frei IPO I BH Leistungszucht XANADU VOM WILDEN WESTEN HD-Frei ED-Frei IPO I BH Wilhelm & Edith Schäfer Hanau Tel: 06181/ PIT VOM HIRTENPLATZ DT.(ADRK)-CH HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG III BH AD Gek.b.EzA Leistungszucht GRACY VOM NÜRNBERGER LAND HD-Frei ED- Frei IPO I BH AD Jörg Mastenbrock Nordkirchen Tel: 02596/2391 PIT VOM HIRTENPLATZ DT.(ADRK)-CH HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG III BH AD Gek.b.EzA Leistungszucht DIVA VOM TANNENECK HD +/- ED-Frei SchH/VPG I IPO II BH AD Uwe & Kirsten Haack Quickborn Tel: 04106/ / QUANTUS VON DER URBACHER HÖHE HD-Frei ED +/- SchH/VPG I BH Leistungszucht LAURA VOM MAULBEERGRABEN HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG I BH Markus Viehmann Frielendorf Tel: 0174/ RAMBO VOM TWEELBÄKER-SEE HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG II BH Leistungszucht WICKY VOM SCHWAIGER RATHAUS Ö-BJS'10 HD-Frei ED-Frei IPO I BH AD Rudolf Dietz Ebelsbach Tel: 09522/6855 TILL VON DER WEINREBE HD-Frei ED + SchH/VPG I BH Leistungszucht EMMA VON DER RASPEBURG HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG I BH Gerald Rosenberger Naumburg/Janisroda Tel: /71150 TYLER VOM WILDEN WESTEN DT.VDH-CH HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG II IPO III BH AD Leistungszucht DONKA VOM FINDBERG HD-Frei ED-Frei IPO I BH AD Andre Lau & Jana Dreyer Aschersleben Tel: 0176/ VASCO VOM ELBSCHLÖSSCHEN HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG III FH II IPO III BH Leistungszucht NEXA VON DER KUESTERGASSE HD-Frei ED +/- SchH/VPG II IPO III BH AD Klaus-Peter Fischer Ragow Tel: /20140 VRANJO VOM RÄUBERWEG DT.VDH-CH HD-Frei ED-Frei IPO I BH Leistungszucht CLEO VOM KUCHENBERG HD-Frei ED-Frei IPO III BH AD Stefan & Gerlinde Göllner Bingen Tel: 06721/309434
16 VRANJO VOM RÄUBERWEG DT.VDH-CH HD-Frei ED-Frei IPO I BH Leistungszucht KIM VOM WEISSEN SCHWAN HD +/- ED +/- SchH/VPG I BH Dietmar & Peggy Milewski & Lienhard Beyer Rothemühl Tel: WASCO VOM RÄUBERWEG HD-Frei ED +/- IPO I BH Leistungszucht XENA VOM KRESSBACH DT.JGD.(VDH)-CH EJS'06 HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG I BH AD Mike Litzbach Zwickau-Crossen Tel: 0375/ WASCO VOM RÄUBERWEG HD-Frei ED +/- IPO I BH Leistungszucht TINA VON DER CROSSENER RANCH HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG I BH Mike Litzbach Zwickau-Crossen Tel: 0375/ WASCO VOM RÄUBERWEG HD-Frei ED +/- IPO I BH Leistungszucht OSCHI VON DER GOLDQUELLE HD + ED-Frei SchH/VPG III BH Andrea Oschkenat & Thomas Gobien Schiffmühle Tel: 03344/ / YAVIER VON DER BURG WEIBERTREU DT.JGD.(ADRK)-CH KJS'11 HD-Frei ED +/- IPO I BH Leistungszucht OPHELIA VOM RANGAU HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG III IPO III BH AD Friedrich & Kathrin Hofmann Nürnberg Tel: 0911/ ARKO VOM LIPIZZANER WAPPEN ÖHZB ROTT 5936 ADRK HD +/- ED-Frei IPO I BH Gebrauchshundzucht AYLEEN VON DER RASSELBANDE HD-Frei ED- Frei SchH/VPG I IPO II BH AD Werner Amann Hüttisheim Tel: 07305/7345 JACKY VOM AACHENER TOR HD-Frei ED +/- SchH/VPG I BH AD Gebrauchshundzucht MYRA VOM HAUSE ANIN HD + ED-Frei SchH/VPG I BH Udo Greffin Kalkar/Wissel Tel: 0171/ ANGELO VOM REINHARDSSITZ HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG III IPO III BH AD Einfachzucht DINA VOM KREUZGANG HD-Frei ED +/- BH AD Christa Eisele-Lohmer Meitingen Tel: 08271/41808, 0172/ ASTERIX VOM LUISENHOF HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG I IPO III BH AD Einfachzucht EVITA AUS DER ESPENSTÄTTE HD-Frei ED-Frei BH Karsten Vogt & Kay Rostalski Merseburg Tel: 0177/ BALOU VOM NORDERDIEK DT.JGD.(ADRK)-CH KJS'12 HD-Frei ED + IPO I BH Einfachzucht VINJA VOM RÄUBERWEG HD +/- ED-Frei BH Mario & Claudia Müller Wandlitz/Lanke Tel: 03337/41816 BULLWEIH VOM SCHANDPFAHL HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG I IPO II BH AD Einfachzucht USCHI VOM AMTSBACH HD-Frei ED-Frei BH Jörg Schmietendorf Crivitz Tel: 03863/
17 DOC VOM BLUEDINO II HD-Frei ED-Frei BH Einfachzucht XELLENT VOM BLUEDINO HD + ED + SchH/VPG I BH Markus Viehmann Frielendorf Tel: 0174/ EKKO VOM KÜMMELSEE HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG I BH Einfachzucht IRA VOM HAINGRABEN BJS'09 HD-Frei ED ++ BH Karsten Vogt & Kay Rostalski Merseburg Tel: 0177/ EKKO VOM KÜMMELSEE HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG I BH Einfachzucht AIDA VOM BELZEBUB HD-Frei ED-Frei BH Peer Schmidt Vorwerk-Dipshorn Tel: 0162/ ELVIS VOM HAUS ROSENBERGER HD-Frei ED-Frei IPO I BH Einfachzucht ARWEN VOM EVERSTAL HD-Frei ED-Frei BH Melanie Mütze Dortmund Tel: 0231/ ELVIS VON DER MÜHLBACHSTRASSE INT./ÖSTERR.JGD./DT.JGD.(ADRK)- /DT.JGD.(VDH)-CH HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG III BH AD Einfachzucht FAYNA VON DER BLEICHSTRASSE HD +/- ED-Frei BH Manuel Kohn Merzig Tel: 06861/ ELVIS VON DER MÜHLBACHSTRASSE INT./ÖSTERR.JGD./DT.JGD.(ADRK)- /DT.JGD.(VDH)-CH HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG III BH AD Einfachzucht JACKY VOM BRUCHGRABEN HD +/- ED + BH Bernd Hartmann Böhl-Iggelheim Tel: 06324/ FARUS VOM HAUSE NEUBRAND SCHWZ.JGD.-CH HD +/- ED-Frei BH Einfachzucht ILEA VOM HAINGRABEN links tätowiert HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG I BH Karsten Vogt & Kay Rostalski Merseburg Tel: 0177/ GARRY VON DER TONBERGER HÖHE HD-Frei ED-Frei BH Einfachzucht JENOLA VOM MAULBEERGRABEN HD +/- ED +/- SchH/VPG III FPr.3 BH Günter Friedrich Borkheide Tel: / HATSCH VOM WOLFERT TURM HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG I BH Einfachzucht CARA VON HAUS KRIEGER HD +/- ED + BH Astrid Weller Barth Tel: /82320 LEON VOM KRESSBACH HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG I IPO III BH AD Einfachzucht ANGEL VOM ZAUBERWALD HD-Frei ED + BH Wolfgang & Sonja Eiköter Korschenbroich Tel: 02161/ / LEON VOM KRESSBACH HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG I IPO III BH AD Einfachzucht ZETA VOM SPITZBUBENBERG HD-Frei ED-Frei BH AD Bärbel Wolf Förderstedt Tel: /94941, 0151/
18 VRANJO VOM RÄUBERWEG DT.VDH-CH HD-Frei ED-Frei IPO I BH Einfachzucht CHANTY VOM GLOCKENTURM HD-Frei ED-Frei BH B. Wittemann & M. Sälzler Phlbg.-Huttenheim Tel: ANCO VOM BELZEBUB HD-Frei ED-Frei IPO I BH Auslandsdeckakt CROSS DE CHATOISILLON LOF 74632/10816 Annick Willkomm 23 Rue Mirlandaise F Sarcus ASTERIX VOM LUISENHOF HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG I IPO III BH AD Auslandsdeckakt USCHKA VOM KÜMMELSEE ROI Simona Sponchia Montebelluna I-Via Calmaggiore ASTERIX VOM LUISENHOF HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG I IPO III BH AD Auslandsdeckakt CALL GIRL DE L'ENCLOS DU FEU SACRE LOF 75006/10790 Geraldine Lacharme Les Noirattes F St.Jean de Tholome ATOS VON DER MATTESBURG HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG III IPO III BH AD Gek.b.EzA Auslandsdeckakt CHARLOTA Z KORALKY CMKU 12507/09 HD-Frei ED-Frei Zdenek Sedlacek CZ Nove Mitrovice 85 ATOS VON DER MATTESBURG HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG III IPO III BH AD Gek.b.EzA Auslandsdeckakt VICA VOM HAUSE ANIN LOF 76061/10323 HD-Frei ED-Frei Philippe Lacroix 60 Rue Jean Jaures F Fenain ATZE VON DER HOLZHAUSSIEDLUNG II DT.JGD.(ADRK)-/DT.JGD.(VDH)-CH VDH- EJS'10 HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG III BH AD Auslandsdeckakt ISABELL VOM NIXSTEIN HD-Frei ED +/- BH Tawatchai Amornnarumit 112 Kritsada Village 31 Soi Rutsamee 14 THA Bangkok ATZE VON DER HOLZHAUSSIEDLUNG II DT.JGD.(ADRK)-/DT.JGD.(VDH)-CH VDH- EJS'10 HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG III BH AD Auslandsdeckakt JACKIE VAN DE KOLONIENHOEVE LOSH Stoian Mihaylov Bronnsgt 5 N-1610 Fredrikstad BOSS VOM KRIEGSDAMM HD +/- ED + SchH/VPG III IPO III BH AD Gek.b Auslandsdeckakt WOLFBASS BUBBLES KC AK A.Panting Four Acres London Road Balcombe GB-Haywards Heath RH17 5AG West Sussex CAMILLO VON DEN NIBELUNGEN HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG III BH AD Auslandsdeckakt AMY ANOUSCHKA V.'T HAGERBROOK NHSB A. Vercoulen-Jacobs Ganzenstraat 23 NL-5912 PE Venlo CEN VOM HAUS ROSENBERGER DT.VDH-CH HD +/- ED-Frei SchH/VPG I BH Auslandsdeckakt UNIQUE VOM STORCHENGÄSSLE HD-Frei ED-Frei Fanny Goergler 86 Rue de Molsheim F Urmatt
19 ELCH VOM HELTORFER FORST HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG III IPO III BH AD Gek.b Auslandsdeckakt CLOE VOM ERPENSTEIN NHSB A. van Erp-van Poelgeest Schiermonnikoog 98 NL-1506 ZR Zaandam ELCH VOM HELTORFER FORST HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG III IPO III BH AD Gek.b Auslandsdeckakt HYRA DEL CASATO REALE LOI 09/ HD-Frei ED-Frei Bruno Raffaele Corso Piemonte 2/A I Venaria/TO ELVIS VOM HAUS ROSENBERGER HD-Frei ED-Frei IPO I BH Auslandsdeckakt GLENN VAN HERCHALO LOSH HD-Frei ED-Frei Herman van Loon Aarle 13 B-2382 Poppel ELVIS VOM HAUS ROSENBERGER HD-Frei ED-Frei IPO I BH Auslandsdeckakt BRITTA VOM BRAUNAUER-WAPPEN ÖHZB R 5769 ÖSTERR./ÖSTERR.JGD.CH Ö-BJS Christian Bernbacher Bogenhofen 36 A-4963 St. Peter ELVIS VON DER MÜHLBACHSTRASSE INT./ÖSTERR.JGD./DT.JGD.(ADRK)- /DT.JGD.(VDH)-CH HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG III BH AD Auslandsdeckakt FEELING DU DAUCHANT LOSH HD-Frei Chantal Delafontaine Rue Omer Lison 178 B-6220 Lambusart ELVIS VON DER MÜHLBACHSTRASSE INT./ÖSTERR.JGD./DT.JGD.(ADRK)- /DT.JGD.(VDH)-CH HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG III BH AD Auslandsdeckakt ASSY VOM CALIBRA MEOE 269/09 HD-Frei ED-Frei Janos Volyka Klauzal u. 37 H-1205 Budapest GERO VON DER SACHSENBURG HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG III BH AD Auslandsdeckakt JOY VON DER MERCH NHSB HD-Frei ED-Frei MAG-Test H. Thijssen Hoorenpost 1B NL-5954 CA Beesel HERO VON DER TONBERGER HÖHE DT.VDH-/DT.JGD.(ADRK)-/DT.JGD.(VDH)-CH HD- Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG I IPO II BH Auslandsdeckakt AISLEY VOM HUNDEGLUCK LOF 68829/11056 Cyril Delanoue Petite Route de Maillane F Remy de Provence HERO VON DER TONBERGER HÖHE DT.VDH-/DT.JGD.(ADRK)-/DT.JGD.(VDH)-CH HD- Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG I IPO II BH Auslandsdeckakt KENDY EARL ANTONIUS JR ALS'09 Ö-KS'10 VDH-EJS'07 HD +/- ED + IPO I BH AD Ljuba Latinovic Brace Tatica GA4 2/18 SER Kikinda HERO VON DER TONBERGER HÖHE DT.VDH-/DT.JGD.(ADRK)-/DT.JGD.(VDH)-CH HD- Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG I IPO II BH Auslandsdeckakt LOONA VOM KÜMMELSEE HR links tätowiert HD-Frei ED-Frei M. Modrusan & P. Kovacic Modrusani 1E HR Zminj
20 HERO VON DER TONBERGER HÖHE DT.VDH-/DT.JGD.(ADRK)-/DT.JGD.(VDH)-CH HD- Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG I IPO II BH Auslandsdeckakt QUEEEN DELLE ABBADESSE ROI 11/57209 HD +/- ED-Frei Mirko Bisson Via Scuole Ahtonetta 92 I-Vicenza HERO VON DER TONBERGER HÖHE DT.VDH-/DT.JGD.(ADRK)-/DT.JGD.(VDH)-CH HD- Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG I IPO II BH Auslandsdeckakt ASI VOM HAUSE EDELSTEIN HR Ö-BJS'12 SCHWZ.KJS'12 HD-Frei ED-Frei M. Modrusan & P. Kovacic Modrusani 1E HR Zminj LACKY VON DER SÜDPFALZ DT.VDH-CH BJS'09 HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG I IPO III BH AD Auslandsdeckakt ADINA VOM KRESSBACH LOE ALS'10 HD +/- ED-Frei SchH/VPG I BH Javier P. Gonzalez C/ Berti n.33 Urb. The Miranda E L'Ametlla de Valles (Barcelona) LACKY VON DER SÜDPFALZ DT.VDH-CH BJS'09 HD-Frei ED-Frei SchH/VPG I IPO III BH AD Auslandsdeckakt JARA VOM KÜMMELSEE HD-Frei Sophie Guilloton Ls Desportes F Melleroy LENNOX VOM WEISSEN SCHWAN DT.JGD.(ADRK)-/DT.JGD.(VDH)-CH VDH-EJS'11 FCI- JH-JSGR.'11 HD-Frei ED-Frei IPO I BH Auslandsdeckakt HERA DAREL PKR II Rafal Nowak Kornik PL-Aleja Flensa 30 LENNOX VOM WEISSEN SCHWAN DT.JGD.(ADRK)-/DT.JGD.(VDH)-CH VDH-EJS'11 FCI- JH-JSGR.'11 HD-Frei ED-Frei IPO I BH Auslandsdeckakt ARZADON VENEZIA DKK 09492/2011 ED-Frei Nicki Nice Jensen Engestoftevej 110 DK-4990 Sakskobing PEDRO VON DER SÜDPFALZ HD-Frei ED-Frei IPO I BH Auslandsdeckakt EUDHI VOM FALKE KONIGLICH LOF 79203/11122 HD-Frei ED-Frei Lionel Husson 55 Rue de Chadelle F Longwy UTZ VOM HAUSE ANIN DT.(ADRK)-/DT.VDH-CH KS'09 HD-Frei ED + SchH/VPG III BH AD Gek.b.EzA Auslandsdeckakt QUINCY V. NEERLANDS KRAAL NHSB HD +/- ED-Frei G.C. Lendering Ellenbroek 4 NL-5512 NE Vessem VRANJO VOM RÄUBERWEG DT.VDH-CH HD-Frei ED-Frei IPO I BH Auslandsdeckakt WAI VON DER ALTEN FESTUNG HR DKK 22312/2009 HD-Frei Lasse Lynge Jensen Engestoftevej 110 DK-4990 Sakskobing VRANJO VOM RÄUBERWEG DT.VDH-CH HD-Frei ED-Frei IPO I BH Auslandsdeckakt KESSY VON DER HASELAUE Tawatchai Amornnarumit 112 Kritsada Village 31 Soi Rutsamee 14 THA Bangkok WASCO VOM RÄUBERWEG HD-Frei ED +/- IPO I BH Auslandsdeckakt BLACK ROTTHMANS PUMA COR-A /147 Calin & Ioana Petrisor Aleea Micus Nr. 2/49 RO Cluj-Napoca
21 BELGIUM JUNIOR WINNER DEICHSTADT YOUNG CHAMPION 2013 Dr. KONRAD ADENAUER YOUNG CHAMPION BRABO WINNER 2013 SÜDPFALZ YOUNG CHAMPION BADEN YOUNG CHAMPION 2013 HARDT YOUNG CHAMPION DOMSHOW YOUNG CHAMPION 2013 GOLDEN WINNER ADRK AUSLAND JUGEND SIEGER 2013 Father : Maik Buoso Da Dovara Mother : Fabelle v.h. Falconsnest An interesting pedigree combining German/Belgium working and conformation lines Web:
23 JUDGING THE JUDGES. By Bo Bengtson We ve all done it. We may know it s not exactly fair, but it s frankly too much fun to abstain. It doesn t matter if you re an old hand or a rank novice as soon as you plop down at ringside and start watching the dogs, you re magically transformed into a judge. Not just any judge, either, but one with powers far superior to those of whoever happens to be handing out the ribbons in the ring that day. You don t have to be bothered by anything as mundane as trying to balance faults and virtues; you can make snap decisions in a matter of seconds. You may say with absolute certainty, even without an up-close view of the dogs, that this one is much better than that one. You know absolutely that the famous dog that s done so much winning should be placed in a pet home, and you are convinced, without a moment s doubt, that the judge puts up all those professional handlers simply because he or she is a total crook. Best of all, since you re not actually making the decisions, you can t be held accountable by anyone: not the exhibitors, not the club and sometimes not even to the breed standard. Your word is your law, and that s all that matters. As Alice Roosevelt famously said, If you ve got nothing nice to say, come sit by me. It s much more fun to make snarky comments than utter sweet platitudes, we all know that, and as long as you re aware that the spectator sport of judging the judges doesn t necessarily reflect what s happening in the ring, go ahead and indulge. Just be a little careful who overhears what you re saying, and remember that one day you may be standing in the ring yourself, making actual decisions and subjecting yourself to the same ringside scrutiny. You will find, as so many have done before you, that the middle of the ring is a lonely place to be and that the responsibility of awarding the ribbons can be a heavy one. Envied, Admired and Deplored No position in dogs is as hotly envied, admired and deplored often nearly simultaneously, by the same people as that of the judge. Yet far too little has been said about the practical side of dog show judging, so let me tell you a little about it. I don t judge that much, and I mostly stick to a few chosen breeds where I m confident enough in my experience that I can live with whatever anyone else may think. Frankly, after more than 35 years of judging, I m pretty ambivalent about the whole experience. If, after you ve read this, you wonder why on earth so many people are so anxious to become judges, then you ve reached the point where I am. To begin with, as an AKC judge you re always watched, and you always have to be on your best behavior. An offhand remark, a word to the wrong person at the wrong time, applauding any dog while you re sitting at ringside, even helping a friend hold a dog by the leash for a minute it can all be misconstrued and result in action from AKC or worse, in the belief among exhibitors that you re not playing by the book. For many of us, that we re not able to relax and function the way we normally would among friends, not even when we go as spectators to a dog show, can be enough to make us quit judging. And of course, if you re a judge who also shows your own dogs, any win you take will be automatically suspicious even though at the same time many complain about the judges lacking hands-on experience. A judging appointment, for me, usually begins by getting up at 3 a.m. to catch a morning flight at LAX. Living in California and judging in the eastern or central time zones means starting early and arriving late. This is a big country, usually there s a layover, you may lose two or three hours time difference, and in case you miss your connection you ve got to make sure you still reach your destination that night. I love California, but it s not a good place to live if you want to judge out of state. Most trips take at least 10 to 12 hours from door to door. Active judges are used to airports and flying. I don t mind either: give me a good book and a seat in an emergency row with plenty of leg room, and I won t join the crowds who complain about flying. The fact that the airlines usually get us where we want to go a lot faster at a lower cost than anyone could reasonably have expected in the past is something I m profoundly grateful for. And if you re lucky, there s a shuttle and an air-conditioned hotel room waiting when you land. So far, so good. Too Hot for Judging? Getting up to judge at what s 3 or 4 a.m. at home isn t that bad either, once you get used to it. What I find difficult to accept, however, is the idea of judging 150 to 175 dogs, maybe for three or four days in a row, in humid and/or hot temperatures. This is, at least in my book, a serious reason for not wanting to judge dogs at all. Is there any other activity where the participants, many of them no longer in their first flush of youth, are expected to stand, walk and bend over for six to eight hours per day, often in blinding sun, while wearing at least the male judges long pants, a buttoned-up shirt, a tie and preferably a jacket, even when it s hot and muggy, all the while trying to stay focused, make crisp decisions and project an air of cool detachment?
24 Of course I can t speak for the women judges. At least they can have bare arms and legs, but I m sure I ll hear from some of them telling me their judging outfits are far more uncomfortable than those of any man. In any case, neither men nor women can wear hats with a wide, shading brim because of the concern that some dogs or exhibitors might object. (We don t have the chutzpah of the late, great judge Mary Nelson Stephenson, who simply asked each class of exhibitors if anyone minded her large straw hat. If anyone was dumb enough to admit they did, they were promptly excused from the ring.) Sure, the handlers are in the same position, but if they are professionals they get paid to do this, and if they are not they can simply decide to sit out the day in the shade with a cool drink if they feel like it. Most judges don t get paid, and even those who do generally earn less than an average-level salary. Many of us, in fact, are out of pocket due to the many small travel expenses you feel embarrassed to bill the host club for. The only other activity I can think of in which the participants are as unsuitably dressed as we are would be certain equestrian events. Reportedly even the dressage riders formal, archaic uniform is up for redesign, but if you ve visited, for example, the Santa Barbara Horse Show, you may have watched with amusement as the female judges try to navigate the arena s tanbark in high heels and evening gowns. That s a different kind of discomfort, however, and frankly I don t think horse show judges are nearly as active physically as dog show judges. Dangerous for Your Health When the temperature creeps close to three digits, it s actually dangerous for the judges health. We all take great precautions for keeping our dogs out of the sun, and rightly so, but they are in the ring just a few minutes, so spare a thought for the poor judge who has to be out there for several hours at a time. It s surprising that we haven t come up with a comfortable, cool, yet smart outfit especially for dog shows on hot days. If the golf pros can look the way they do, why can t we? (And they make a whole lot more money than anyone in dogs!) I m not sure I m ready to see judges wearing shorts, but certainly short-sleeved shirts, open at the neck, with or without a loose tie, should be OK, and of course no jacket unless it s required for warmth or unless the show is inside a properly air-conditioned building. Maybe the casual outfits worn at dog shows in Europe are one reason the sport seems to be so much more popular than over here? It s a thought. I m not going to complain about rain and cold. I m a hot-weather guy (why else would I live in California?) but you can protect yourself with extra layers and rain attire when necessary, and moving around while judging keeps you warm. However, you can most emphatically not take off enough clothes to make you comfortable when it s hot! So if there s so much to deal with a merciless ringside, an ever-watchful AKC, complicated travel arrangements, jet lag and frequently great physical discomfort why do so many want so badly to become judges? It really beats me. There s the ego trip, certainly: it s nice to be officially recognized as an expert on anything, and being asked to adjudicate is for that reason always a compliment. (It might be humbling for those of us who are judges to realize that we re often asked more for practical reasons than because anyone necessarily thinks we re brilliant, however.) But yes, being elected by the membership to judge a specialty really is a great honor, no question about that. Certainly everyone appreciates receiving compliments on their judging. At least the winner will always think you re great, and usually tells you so. My least favorite compliment, however, is the one that comes from a certain kind of exhibitor who jumps in the air and shouts, Finally, an honest judge! You just know that this dog doesn t usually win much, and honesty probably had nothing to do with it. If someone who didn t win offers a kind word, it s welcome, of course. On occasion some novice who was just watching may come up and tell you he or she was not really sure what this dog show thing was all about, but now they think they re getting it. That s nice. Looking for Hidden Gems For me, just being allowed to put my hands on a good dog is a pleasure, and trying to determine which of a number of really good dogs should win is a fascinating challenge. Still, I think a friend of mine who judges almost every weekend put it best. When I expressed amazement at his willingness to so frequently put up with all the discomforts I outlined above, he described what he does as looking for hidden gems. That fantastic dog that will stun you with its quality and charisma may not be in your next class, or the next one after that, but sooner or later you will find it and that makes it all worthwhile.
25 DOG ACTUALLY Don't waste your time calling my name I'm far too busy to play your game I'm sniffing a dog's bum and it's doing the same Cos I'm a dog: and that's what dogs do I'm very excited when it's time for my walk The peg where my lead hangs I watch like a hawk I'd shout 'Take me walkies! ' if only I'd talk Cos I'm a dog: and that's what dogs do I run down the garden chasing after my ball I leap on my hind legs so I look rather tall When food's being offered I'll respond to your call Cos I'm a dog: and that's what dogs do I'm quite young and active and love to play And when evening comes by the fire I'll lay I'd like to sleep on a bed but in my basket I'll stay Cos I'm a dog: and that's what dogs do I'm a big labrador and my friends call me Billy I'm soft and I'm gentle and just a bit silly When I'm not eating biscuits I'm licking my... paws Cos I'm a dog: and that's what dogs do By Kevin Crinks
27 76 Rottweilers Found Living in "Deplorable" Conditions Authorities in an Orange County town are searching for new homes for 76 Rottweilers found living in what they called one of the most disturbing cases of animal abuse and neglect they've seen. The ground had nails sticking out in some parts, and the animals were eating and sleeping in white huts, according to officials. The dogs were fed stale bread. When officials cleaned out the yard, they discovered two of the animals had serious injuries: one Rottweiler had to have its leg amputated, and another lost an eye. Rescuers say Panetta was breeding the dogs to sell them, but did not have a kennel license. Fifteen to 20 dogs in immediate danger were removed.
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29 2013 ROTTWEILER SPECIALTY SHOWS Club State Date Judge Rottweiler Club of Victoria Victoria 23-24th Feb Mrs N Window (UK) West Coast Rottweiler Club of WA Western Australia April Brooke Turner (Aust) Rottweiler Club of NSW New South Wales 23-24th March Northern Districts Rottweiler Club of NSW Rottweiler Club of SA Rottweiler Club of Queensland West Coast Rottweiler Club of WA Northern Districts Rottweiler Club of NSW New South Wales South Australia 29th March-1st April ** NATIONAL** 14-17th June Mrs K Pinches (Hungary) Herr S Trebschuh (Gmy) Herr A Spindler (Gmy) Queensland 13-14th July Mr W Peters (Ned) Western Australia August Mrs A Raftis (Vic) New South Wales September KerryOsbourne Rottweiler Club of NSW New South Wales October Mr S.Knezevic (Seb) Rottweiler Club of SA South Australia October Ms B Turner Rottweiler Club of Victoria Victoria Oct/Nov Mr M Svaljek (Aus)
31 Rottweiler Club NSW Proudly Presents Kris Kotsopoulos 19 th & 20 th October 2013 About Our Weekend Together From our observation, the average owner or trainer spends most of their time fighting long term unwanted behaviours. Some of these behaviours can be traced to your dog s genetic predisposition. However, for the most part they are learnt behaviours that have been reinforced time after time. In other words, they are training problems that may have been taught. It is from these unwanted behaviours, whether it be in a show, competitive training or simply at home, that many tricks and gimmicks seem to spring into the dog world. These methods in general do not correct the problems but merely mask them. In addition these quick-fix solutions only add to the problems in training. Once the undesirable behaviours have developed, training is never as simple as it could have been and is often very frustrating. At this point a very promising young dog has become nothing but a horror to work and live with. When did it all start? Was it as early as the first sit command?
32 Besides the fact that the dog will learn what behaviour to perform when it hears the word sit it simultaneously learns how to learn (classical conditioning the feeling associated with it). This is where foundation training begins. What the dog has learnt during its foundation training will have a lasting effect on its performance, for better or worse. During stress or problem solving the dog will always attempt to access its foundation training as a point of reference. It is at this point in time where the dog and trainer learn to speak the same language or not! This critical stage of training requires firsthand knowledge of animal learning, patience and specifically taught exercises. Von Forell K9 Education offers you complete training opportunities for any promising young dog. We will show you how to reinforce the genetic potential in your dog with the soundest training systems available. Our seminars and workshops are specifically designed to bring about positive and permanent shifts in your quality of training. They are designed to help you view the training of dogs with complete new possibilities. Finally we will cover the current state of global breeding practices and the impact on behaviour, what the breeder must know about proper trait selection, developing their puppies and what they should be teaching their puppy owners, how this impacts the type of dogs we end up in our community. On a Personal Note For any families, competitors or Law Enforcement Officers that wish to attend one of my seminars / workshops, the information below is designed to provide you with some understanding as to the overall structure and focus of the event. Firstly I will commence with a general opening statement, the history and current global position of the working dog world. I will discuss its belief systems, my philosophy on training dogs, my position on positive and negative training systems, and all the possibilities it creates. Then we shall discuss how to create and develop a proactive puppy or adult. I will illustrate the advantages of establishing why this active training component is so important and how to achieve it, as it is the underlying theme in my system. We will cover the importance of the reinforcement of self-recovery, teaching the dogs how to learn to learn and how they can manipulate their environment to access reward. We will cover conditioned passive and active reward techniques and show you why one technique creates concentration whilst the other creates motivation. Shaping puppy behaviour is a vital part of the program but what is most important is the teaching of active and passive states and the three essential behaviours. This set the dogs up for a successful and obedient career. The entire system is about creating a very strong basic foundation which is all possible within your own home, providing a distraction free environment for optimum learning. My strong opinion is that group classes are detrimental to canine learning in the initial stages and the only way to teach a dog properly is to create a quality distraction free environment at home. Once that is established, I will then teach you how to allow increasing distractions to enhance and solidify your dog s target behaviours, and lock them in. An exciting aspect of this system is that it rapidly improves your relationship with your dog and maintains harmony throughout his life. A system that is to a large degree maintenance free because the behaviours are thoroughly understood by the dog. I will also show you the use of prompts and containment fields to assist the concept of errorless learning, and how modern training aids only amplify your dog s responses, with thoughtful application. The learning systems are designed for people who want to establish a great working relationship with their dog, control their family pet, compete at a high level or improve and manage their tactical Police Dog.
33 Kris Kotsopoulos Von Forell Instinctive Training Systems About the Presenter Kris Kotsopoulos has been involved in breeding and training dogs since He has worked with firsttime dog owners through to the most demanding Law Enforcement Canines and their handlers, and World Championship Competitors. Kris and his wife Tonia are breeders of Dobermanns and German Shepherds under the kennel name Von Forell. His dogs and training philosophies have been incorporated into many training systems by competitors and Law Enforcement Agencies worldwide. Kris s workshops are designed to give you a clear directive of how dogs learn, what drives them, how to improve learning due to purposeful directives, and how to shape behaviour for a dynamic, focused and harmonious performance. This is an opportunity to learn the latest cutting edge training systems to deliver spirited, obedient animals on cue. Having devoted the last 32 years of his life to research, development and education of the working dog, paired with extensive work in the area of animal welfare, Kris has now expanded his professional horizons by sharing his knowledge with the community as a consultant for a range of government agencies, breed clubs and animal welfare groups. Over the past three decades, Kris has travelled the globe in order to learn from the world s best international trainers, breeders and animal behaviourists. As a result of his enthusiasm and dedication for greater knowledge, Kris has acquired an in-depth understanding of raising, developing and training dogs for a variety of purposes. Through the skills and successes he has achieved, Kris has gained a sound understanding of what motivates animals to behave the way they do and just as importantly, how to apply this knowledge to achieve specialised goals. Kris currently shares this knowledge by operating both national and international training programs, seminars and workshops, each individually tailored to meet the needs of the general community, other trainers and government agencies globally. Kris has implemented a variety of learning systems ranging from basic family obedience, to the most demanding competition, police, prison and professional security animals with an emphasis on true, open and uncomplicated behaviour with stimulus control. He is truly committed to breaking down barriers that exist for dogs and dog welfare in our community, and believes that consultation with breed clubs, animal management officers and animal welfare groups will help achieve this goal. Purposeful, meaningful relationships between handlers and their dogs to create extraordinary dogs and extraordinary handlers. Kris s commitment to the dog world is further highlighted through his companies: Von Forell Kennels An international provider of working dogs Dobermanns and German Shepherds, training equipment, premium dry dog food (Performadog) and cutting edge training technologies. The company s primary focus is the breeding of highly driven animals that are genetically orientated to be working service dogs and excellent family companions. Detector Dogs Australia A specialised consulting service that focuses on providing explosive and narcotic detection dogs, specifically trained to meet the individual needs of government, business, private enterprise and the education sector. Detector Dogs Australia has been appointed to provide explosive detection services for the Port of Melbourne since
34 K9 Security Service A specialised security and consulting service that focuses on providing security dogs trained to meet the specific needs of government, business, private enterprise and educational sector assets. How To Achieve Precision Tracking With Your Dog Kris is the author of this internationally acclaimed manual for teaching dogs the specialised skills of Competitive Tracking, Police Canine Tracking and Search and Rescue. Kris is also a co-founder of the National Dogs Trainers Federation - a representative and educational organisation for the dog training industry, which has now become the national representative body in Australia for dog trainers from all fields. The NDTF offers Australia s only Government accredited nationally recognised dog trainer certification course. By using Kris s strong links and networks with other animal organisations, both nationally and internationally, Kris is able to assist with the development of formal policies, contribute to ongoing research in the area of canine training and behaviour, and further build on the necessary educational programs required to assert positive influence and bring about permanent change. Some of the topics covered in this seminar held at Glendenning NSW Australia On the 19 th & 20 th of October. Appropriate relationship between a dog and his handler Criteria of the Leader Positive reinforcement and how it relates to drive Clicker training - do s and don ts Kris has been an active supporter of clicker training since 1994 Nurturing and development of your puppy 0 7 weeks by the breeders Puppy development for success from 7 weeks to 12 months The necessary drives and their utilization and development for obedience True focus, recall, stand, sit, down, return to heel all before any heeling is ever done and why The proper association of a competition dog to his training field The basic components that form all the exercises in obedience Strengthening the components and the locking of positions Introduction of negative reinforcement by leash direction Developing each exercise by linking the basic components back chaining Balance of expression, speed, attention, and precision
35 Balancing motivation and concentration Obedience basics to a high level of control Problem solving in training Importance of preparation, organization, structure and discipline in training Questions and answers all weekend and ongoing for all seminar attendees. COURSE DETAILS WHEN: 19 th & 20 th October 2013 START: 9am to 5pm Sat & Sun WHERE: NSW Rottweiler Club - Blacktown Canine Centre, Owen St Glendenning WHAT TO BRING: Notebook, pen, seasonal training clothes, dogs & an open mind. COST: $440 per person Previous Von Forell Participants, ANKC, NDTF Students, receive a 15% Discount $370 $100 Deposit required with application. Dobermann, Rottweiler, German Shepherd & Kennel Club Members $370 ADDITIONAL: Catering $30 - Please advise of any special dietary requirements. Expressions of interest, bookings or questions to be made to Kris Tonia Kotsopoulos or Neville Bennett Payment options are on the booking form Looking forward to meeting you at this exciting event. To book your participation please for your application form and either or fax it back with your deposit of $100. Balance due 21 days before the seminar date. Telephone from Australia Fax from Australia International Calls International Faxes Postal PO Box 419 Greensborough 3088 Melbourne Australia Internet Personal Advice: By telephone, or at our facilities, our specialists will answer any questions what ever they may be, and guide you in your choice of products and services. All rights reserved. Copyright - Kris Kotsopoulos - Von Forell International
37 The following dogs services to prospective bitches is completely at the discretion of their owners. All dogs and bitches must hold all NRCA Certificates. WASKO vom TURNLEBERG. BH(Imp Gmy) Hips: 3/1 Elbows: 0/0 eye&mouth Cert. Sire: Quando v. Turnleberg. SchH 1 BH Dam: Josie v. Turnleberg. SchH 1 BH Paula Cochrane Ph.(03) SVAWILL NORRIS Hips: 2/9 Elbows: 1/B Eye&Mouth Cert. Sire: NRCA & Aust Ch, Slv Ch Wenno of Nicolas Lion IPOI (Imp Croatia) Dam: Svawill Ivy Contact: Mick Svaljek Phone: Web: Australian Ch. OSCELLY STAR ATTRACTION Hips/ Elbows: Mouth/Eye Certificates Sire: Multi V-Rated Nazeem Ash's Image [A] Dam: Multi V1 Rated Aust. Ch. Oscelly Superstar Cameron & Glenice Miller. Phone : (03) Web: oscellyrottweilers.com VORHERSCHAFT CHAN (AI) Hips 1:3 Elbows 2:2 Eye&Mouth Cert. Sire: Tough vom Hause Neubrand Dam: Fee von der Konigskanzel Contact Troy Kovacs Phone: Web: Aust.Grnd Ch. ZALAPA SON of a GUN Hips: 2/1 Elbows: 0/0 Eye&Mouth Certified. Sire: Multi V1 Rockdalestar Champ E.T. Dam: Multi V1 Rockdalestar Inka Mat & Donna https://www.facebook.com/#!/donna.borg.587 Oz Rottweiler Review does not personally recommend any breeders or the use of any dogs advertised, therefore accepts NO responsibility for the consequences of any private stud or purchase contracts entered into by its readers with advertised breeders or dog owners.
38 NRCA. Ch.&Aust. Ch.OBERSCHOEN BLACK ASH. Hips: 3/3, Elbows: 0/0 Mouth/Eye Certificate Sire: Aust Gr Ch Blickscharf Ashke CD ET Dam: Aust Ch Oberschoen Absolute [A] Contact: Anthony Gennari & Tracey Vernon Web: Aust. Ch. STOLZSEIN CANNON BOLT Hips 1/1 Elbow 1/2 Eye, Mouth, DNA Certificate, Sire: V rated Stolzsein JQ Urthe Bosch, HT Dam: V1, Multi V rated, Ludendorf Imogene Contact Web : NRCA & AUST.CH. AYERSROTT BRAVE ARTUS Hip/Elbow Eye&Mouth cert. Sire: Aust.Ch.Dreistleigh Famed Fargo Dam: Nottrott Wilde Dolli Contact: Web: Aust.Ch. SCHWARTZHUND ARAMIS Hips 2/2 Elbows 0/0 Eye, Mouth Cert. BS. Sire : NRCA.Aust.Ch. Hanbar Wizard (Imp UK) Dam : Multi V Rated Aust.Ch. Schwartzhund Einzelkind Frozen semen available to Aust.Ch JOBRINI IMAGE of BLUE Hips: 1/1 Elbows: 0/2. Eye&mouth Cert. Sire: Aust.Ch. Oberschoen Black Ash Dam: Aust.Ch Jahzorn Blue Street Girl Web: darkciderottweilers.com
39 ALLERHOCHST JACK SPARROW Hips: 1/1 Elbows: 0/0 Eye & Mouth Certificates. Sire: Multi V1 Rated Gr.Ch.Blicksharft Ashke CD.ET. Dam: Allerhochst Ynka Goddess. Contact : John and Jeanine Belbin Phone: (03) allerhochstbigpond.com.au Web: ROCKDALE STAR GILL Sire :Rockdalestar King Macedon (Exp USA) Dam: Rockdalestar Lady Eva Contact Ph Multi V rated NORIS OF NICOLA'S LION (Imp Seb) Hip/Elbow Eye&Mouth cert. Sire; Swen of Nicolas Lion Dam: Nella Crni Vitez Contact: Zak Angelevski Mobile : Web: NRCA.Ch. DANDI VON DER MAXI ROTT (Imp Cro) Hip/Elbow Eye&Mouth cert. Sire: Aky von der Maxi Rott Dam: Bony von der Maxi Rott Contact Zak Angelevski Mobile : Web: BULLET SERGEETVROT Hips:A Elbow: O. Eye and Mouth Certificates SIRE: Osc Ch.O-BS,KJS Gringo v Gruntenblick DAM: Kash Crni Lotos Web: dsrotts.com
40 NRCA &Aust Ch.Slv Ch WENNO of NICOLAS LION. IPOI (Imp Cro) Hips 2/2 Elbows 1/1 Eye&Mouth cert. Sire: Int Ch, Wld Ch, Hung Ch, Yuhg Ch Bronko od Dragicevica IPO III Dam: Yug Ch Herta Mar-Ub IPO I Contact at - NRC(A). GR.CH. ROTTELN BUNDY BEAR. ET Hips 1/3 Elbows 0/0 Eye and Mouth Certificates Sire : NZ CH Kormeister Zorric Ch Verwildern Cita Contact L&S. Fletcher Web: rotteln.angelfire.com/rottweilers Aust Ch ECLIPSEN LLEWELYN the BRAVE Hips: 2/3 Elbow: 2/2 Eye and Mouth Certificates Sire : Allerhochst Stone Dam : Bohmerwald Ebby Contact J. Bristow. Web: YANOSCH vom hause EDELSTEIN (Imp Sweden) Hips: 1/0 Elbows: 2/0 Eye&Mouth Cert. Sire: Ger.Ch.Lacky von der Sudpfalz Dam: Loona vom Kummelsee Contact: Mick Svaljek Phone: Web: NRCA & Aust.Champion UBERSEIN VENI VIDI VICI Hips 3:3 Elbows 0/0 Eye&Mouth cert. SIre: NRCA, Slo. Aust. Ch. Wenno of Nicola's Lion IPO I Dam: Dual Ch. Ubersein Pucker Up CDX TSD Owner : Karen Mather contact : Web:
41 RASMUS vom TURNLEBERG (Imp Gmy) Hips: 1/1 Elbows: 0/0 Eye & Mouth Cert. Sire: INT.CH King v. Schwaiger Wappen SchH 111 AD FH1 BH IPO 111 Dam: Farah v. Turnleberg. SchH 1 BH Paula Cochrane Ph.(03) NRCA. Ch.&Aust. Ch.OBERSCHOEN BLACK ASH. Hips: 3/3, Elbows: 0/0 Mouth/Eye Certificate Sire: Aust Gr Ch Blickscharf Ashke CD ET Dam: Aust Ch Oberschoen Absolute [A] Contact: Anthony Gennari & Tracey Vernon Web: Multi V Rated NRCA & Aust Ch. LUDENDORF JAEGER Hips/ Elbows: Mouth/Eye Certificates Sire: Ludendorf Ferro (AI) Dam: Ludendorf Evie Contact Tracey Lane Phone : Web: dogzonline.com.au/breeds/profile.asp?dog=43209 SCHWARZBEAR O So TOUGH Hips:1/1 Elbows: 0/0 Mouth & Eye Cert. Sire: Multi V Rated Tough von Hause Neubrand Dam: Schwarzbear Isabella Contact: Janine Web: rynberg.com.au Ch.KIMURA'S MURPHY (Imp Norway) Hips:FCI..A Elbows: FCI. 0. Mouth & Eye Cert. Sire: Int. Nord Ch Kimura's Harry Potter SCHH3 IPO3 DamZuma's Fantaazia Contact: Jo-Anne Or Roberta Web:
42 NRCA & Aust.Ch. UBERSEIN GET UP AND GO. ET [A] Hips: 1/2 Elbows: 1/1 Mouth/Eye Certificates. Sire : Multi V Rated Aust. Ch. Satinapride My Macka [A] Dam : Aust. Ch. Ubersein Coy O Corrie [A] Cameron & Glenice Miller Phone : (03) Web: oscellyrottweilers.com Australian Ch. OSCELLY WORKING CLASS MAN. Hips/ Elbows: Mouth/Eye Certificates Sire :NRCA & Aust Ch, Slv Ch Wenno of Nicolas Lion IPOI (Imp Croatia) Dam: Multi V Rated Australian Champion Oscelly Sahara Cameron & Glenice Miller Phone : (03) Web: oscellyrottweilers.com DIABOLO vom AGRAM BERG (Imp Croatia) Hips: A Elbows: O Mouth/Eye Certificates Sire : Osco von Hause Edelstein Dam : Ayke od Vadanora Contact Jaqui : & Tracey (03) Australian.Ch. OSCELLY STONE COLD Hips/ Elbows: Mouth/Eye Certificates Sire : NRCA & Aust Ch, Slv Ch Wenno of Nicolas Lion IPOI (Imp Croatia) Dam: Multi V Rated Aust. Ch.Oscelly Sahara [A] A Tzanetatos & S Ware. Phone : (03) Web: oscellyrottweilers.com V Rated OSCELLY STAR MAGIC Hips/ Elbows: Mouth/Eye Certificates Sire : Multi V-Rated Nazeem Ash's Image [A] Dam: Multi V1 Rated,Aust.Ch. Oscelly Superstar Phil & Michelle Castaldo. Phone : (03) Web: oscellyrottweilers.com
43 V1 Rated CONNALPIE SHIRAZ BLACK Hip: 1/1 Elbow: 0/0 Eye&Mouth cert. Sire: Aust Gr Ch Blickscharf Ashke CD ET Dam: NRCA & Aust Ch Ubersein Running on Faith Contact Sue Kruzenga Web: ashkevronrottweilers.com FANTASTIKROT BURNING BLACKJACK Hip: 1/2 Elbow: 0/0 Eye/Mouth/DNA cert. Sire: Wld Ch. Burning Des Princes D Aragone Dam: Fantastikrot FBI Agt Kaos Contact Sherri Web: Aust Ch NATUCKA QUATRO Von QWANI (A) Hips: 1/1 Elbows: 0/0 Eye&Mouth Cert. Sire: Iwan Kov-Rot (Imp Slov) Dam: Aust Ch Natuska Mystery N Mayhem Contact:K.Pearson Phone: Web: natuskakennels.webs.com Aust. CH MONTERREZ ONE STEP CLOSER (imp UK) Hips: 1/3, Elbows: 0/0 Eye&Mouth Cert Neil Curwen & Graham Cruse Phone : Web: Aust. CH. KARLSTEIN AHLERICH Hips: 3/2, Elbows: 1/1 Eye&Mouth Cert. Sire: NRCA / Aust. ch Ludendorf Erik Dam ; Austr. ch. Dellahar Cruzn On In. Malcom and Yarka Legan Web: karlsteinrottweilers.com
44 Aust Ch. SAHNE RAVE On BLUE GENES (Imp NZ) Sire : Multi Int,Can,Am.Ch. Wittz Simon Sez CD,RN,RA,GCG,TDI,NDD (USA) Dam : Sahne Rave On Starshine. Owned by : N. Hughes & J. Wallom Phone : Web: dogzonline.com.au/breeds/profile.asp?dog=36109 YOUR ADD CAN APPEAR IN THIS SPACE LUX. Ch.TER WAELE BLIX. IPO III.BH.(Imp Ned) Hips: 4/3 Elbows: 0/0 Eye&Mouth Cert. Sire: Ulix v. Turnleberg. SchH 111 BH Dam: Ter Waele Vrekje. BH, IPO I Paula Cochrane Ph.(03) WILLEMSTADT RICK Hips: 1/1 Elbows: 2/2 Eye&mouth Cert. Sire: Opersage Ayre Dam: Westholz Call Me Satchi Contact Marg Shaw Web: NRCA &Aust Gnd Ch. UBERSEIN PRINCE of TIDES Hips: 1/1 Elbows: 2/2 Eye&mouth Cert. Sire: NRCA Aust. Grd Ch. Ubersein Geronimo Dam: NRCA/Aust. Ch. Ubersein Masquerade Contact Kate Valk Phone : Web:
45 Von ZENNITH CALLE Hips: 3/3 Elbows 0/0 Eye&Mouth cert. Sire: Vom Hause Zillas Arkon (Denmark) Dam: Simmy Vom Baeckerhaus (Yugoslavia) Contact Marg Shaw Web: BLACKMANNER LOYAL BRUMM Hip/Elbow Eye&Mouth cert. Sire: Rasmus vom Turnleberg (Imp Gmy) Dam: Aust Ch Berewulf Bold Lori Contact Web: DARKSUPREME COLONEL CZAR Hip/Elbow Eye&Mouth cert. Sire: Zion from House Hertog (Imp Swd) Dam: Darksupreme Angel HT, ET Contact Web: DREISTLEIGH WAGS MAMBO Hip/Elbow Eye&Mouth cert. Sire: Darksupreme Colonel Czar Dam: Dreistleigh Wags Yindi Contact Web: Multi V1 Rated SVAWILL QUADE Hip: 1/1 /Elbows B1. Eye&Mouth cert. Sire: Svawill Logan Dam: Svawill Mani Contact: Mick Svaljek Phone: Web:
46 Aust.Ch. WESTOBRI LURI CHASE Hip/Elbow Eye&Mouth cert. Sire: Rottbaron Leathal Weapon Dam: Westobri Zali Zyca Contact: J&k O Brian ph Web: westobri.com Multi V rated VonZENNITH DANTE. ET Hip/Elbow Eye&Mouth cert. Sire: NRCA.Ch. Vom Hause Zillis Arkon (Imp) Dam: Muck vom Tweelbaker See (Imp) Contact Vic Web: valsam.com SIEGERTAL GRAF Hips: 5/7 Elbows: 1/2 Eye&Mouth Cert. Sire: Rasmus vom Turnleberg (Imp Gmy) Dam: Siegertal Zanadu (Imp Gmy iid) Paula Cochrane Ph.(03) In. Ch. Adult & Young Ch. Serbia, Romanian, Hungarian. Multi Ch.FELIX CRNI LOTOS (Imp Serbia) BH, IPO1, NRCA Breed Survey 'Pass' Hips: A Elbow: 1 Eye/Mouth/DNA cert. Sire; Python Crni Lotos Dam: Dela Crni Lotos David McKeown. Web: NRCA & Aust Ch. LUDENDORF JAEGER Hips/ Elbows: Mouth/Eye Certificates Sire: Ludendorf Ferro (AI) Dam: Ludendorf Evie Contact Tracey Lane Phone : Web: dogzonline.com.au/breeds/profile.asp?dog=43209
47 ROTTGEMS VIDSAMS KYRAN Hips 0/0 Elbows 0/1 Eye, Mouth & Heart Cert. Sire : V1 Rated Res.Ch. ISS Parvenu Odin Fra Norsk (Imp UK) Dam : Multi V Rated Voneiffel Circle of Life Web:Rottgems.webs.com Multi V Rated ROTTGEMS TYR Hips: 1/3 Elbow: 1/0 Eye, Mouth and Heart Cert SIRE: Nico Crni Lotos (Imp Port) DAM: Parvenu Yana (Imp UK) Contact Sue on Web:Rottgems.webs.com Multi V Rated UK. ROTTSDALE STOP and STARE Hips: 2/4 Elbows: 0/0 Ireland. Sire: CH Chan Von Der Bleichstrasse Dam: Crina Von Bel Mondo at Rottsdale Currently standing at limited stud in Oz. Contact Debbie Web: blakesimsrotts.net/default.asp V1 Rated KORMEISTER GIL Hips: 4/3 Elbow: 1/1 Eye and Mouth Certificates SIRE: Dandi Von Der Maxi Rott (Imp Crotia) DAM: Ch Just Ask Frankie (Imp Sweden) Contact Danny on (08) or Web: NRCA. Ch. LUDENDORF FRODO Hips:3/3 Elbows: 1/0 Mouth & Eye Cert. Sire: Multi V Rated Utz v Hause Miles SCH III.BH. Dam: Bailifscourt Aboss Aria Contact: Michael McMahon Phone : Web: dogzonline.com.au/breeds/profile.asp?dog=56608
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