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by txarkoeta on 01 September 2020 - 07:09

Hello In December I want to travel to Germany to do a fall with my dog, with Hercules Vom Grossen Ex, he is a dog that transmits a lot. I may not be able to go for the Corona, so I have the option of artificial insemination. Which one would you choose? Gero Berounske Basty, Qvido Vepeden, Urri Z Kurimskeho Haje, Fesak Barnero?

by Hired Dog on 01 September 2020 - 08:09

What are you trying to produce will determine the best suited male, however, what is your female like? That plays a bigger role in a breeding then a male does. Without knowing the strengths and weaknesses of each dog, plus what you are trying to produce, its hard to simply spit out a name...


by Sunsilver on 01 September 2020 - 11:09

What HD says... Breeding is much more than throwing together a male with lots of fancy titles, and a female. Know your dog's strengths and weaknesses, and do your best to pick a stud that compensates for her weaknesses and reinforces her strengths.

by txarkoeta on 01 September 2020 - 13:09

Hercules vom Grossen Ex, he has no titles, he does not compete, he is grade 3 but he transmits a lot, he is a good player, right now he is one of the biggest players. I am looking for a dog without fear, balanced, I believe that what we all look for. My dog ​​has aggression but she is somewhat insecure, she has prey but she is not a crazy fighter

by Hired Dog on 01 September 2020 - 14:09

I am not sure what being a "player" means or one of the biggest "players". Does that mean he is bred a lot?
Explain what insecure means, because if it means what I think it means, and she is aggressive on top of that, I am not sure you should be breeding her.
Since you will most likely get more then one dog out of the litter, what are your plans for them, are you keeping any, are you going to do any training?
Are you trying to get a guard dog out of this breeding, a sport dog, a personal protection dog, a dog for police work or to guide the blind?

ADD: What do you mean the dog has no titles? He is an IPO III...

by txarkoeta on 01 September 2020 - 14:09

Hercules does not have championship titles, he has Ipo3, he is a great breeder, he transmits a lot, yes, he is breeding a lot. My dog ​​has aggression in front of the helper but when she sees the stick or the whip backwards, two trainers have told me that the head coach was hard on her from a very young age ... now we have to fix that. At home and on the street he is sociable. What do you think of Qvido Vepeden, Urri Kurimskeho Haje, Gero Berounske Basty and Fesak Barnero?

by Hired Dog on 01 September 2020 - 15:09

As far as who to breed to, I will differ to those with much deeper pedigree knowledge and depending on your goals for the litter. Please be careful with what you are doing in terms of your female's temperament because genetics are EVERYTHING when it comes to sound dogs. Best of luck to you.

by ValK on 01 September 2020 - 15:09

there are important moment of dog's testing which very much dismissed/ignored by majority of breeders and handlers- pup/dog ability to recover from stress.
it's innate ability and cannot be trained.
unfortunately seems your dog is lacking that ability and great chance this fault will pass to descendants irregardless of stud dog been used.


by bladeedge on 02 September 2020 - 04:09

I have a Hercules grand son. One of the best all round dogs iv ever owned. Confidence, courage perfect drive, size, colour pigment all perfect, power is unstoppable chrushing grips, Athletic, suitable for search, pp, ploice, ipg, nerve on this dog is unbeatable. This dog is honestly a serious man stopper. And to top it off he is really good on the eye. If your bitch is right I would go to no other dog.


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