Hello! I am so excited to announce that I am working with Alta-Tollhaus to provide puppy training for new puppy parents! Let me get your puppy off to the best possible start. What you will get is a solid, confident puppy who loves to learn! Your puppy will be housebroken and crate trained. You new puppy will learn house manners and also be exposed to as many sights and sounds as possible in and around the home. Our ultimate goal is a solid, confident, happy, friendly puppy that you can take anywhere.
A huge portion of our puppy program is socialization! This should be an ongoing part of your dogs life, that being said, there is an optimal socialization window where it is imperative that your puppy has exposure to many places, people, sounds and experiences. In addition to all of this, your puppy will be started in basic obedience to include sit/stay, down/stay, recall (come command), beginning heeling, nail trimming (clipper and Dremel), grooming, handling and to top if off, your puppy will even learn how to walk on a treadmill!
So, how does this all work? I offer four and eight week packages depending on your ultimate goals. I prefer to get your puppy directly from Alta-Tollhaus and begin right at the eight week mark. You are more than welcome to visit your puppy during training and if you are local I will include a mid-way and a go-home lesson with your training package. You can choose to get your puppy at 12 weeks or at 16 weeks.
I will be with you every step of the way to make sure you feel confident to continue the training at home. With an Alta-Tollhaus puppy, you are already getting the best of genetics – let me help you add in the training component. Pictured is my current puppy client, Layla from the Tao and Alfa litter born in early August, 2019.
Uschi vom Tönsbrock recently finished up her IGP1 title just in time to make her date with the handsome Jacksen vom La’ Mirage. Uschi is A-Normal Hips and Elbows, with strong character, solid temperament, and excellent drives….and so pretty!
I am proud to introduce Jacksen vom La’Mirage to the LDT blog readers. Jacksen, not a well-known dog….yet…2020 will be the year GSD fanciers will be buzzing about this exciting young male as he becomes more and more known.
Jacksen has a correct well-laid back shoulder and upper arm, high whither, good bone, big masculine head, correct angulation, strong back, super hair, great temperament, A-Normal Hips and A-Normal Elbows. Jacksen has earned his IGP1 and KKL. He is currently in training for his IGP 2 and 3 and will be shown in Germany and the World-sieger show. He is currently with Team Aurelius near Munich Germany.
I am excited to announce our next litter will be sired by the world-famous BSZS V1 Kampus vom Drei Birkenzwinger IPO2 KKL. Kampus was awarded the highest show rating possible at the BSZS – V1 – for a young male not old enough to present a progeny group. November 3rd, 2019 Kampus turned three years meaning his oldest progeny will be eligible to compete at the 2020 BSZS making him eligible to be awarded a show rating of VA. It will be exciting to watch this rising star reach even greater heights.
Google translation of 2018 BSZS Judges Report:
The youngest dog of the year 2018 is a medium-sized, medium-strong, very full-bodied, dry and strong, very well-pigmented, typical male, equipped with excellent building conditions male. He has a strong, very well formed head with very good mask formation, dark eye and correct ear position. Kampus has a high long withers, a solid straight back with very good length and position of the croup. The upper arm is also of very good length and location. He has a correctly angled hindquarters with very good stability. The front is straight, he has a very balanced forechest and a commendable subline. Kampus is already equipped with a commendable closure in the forehand. The male shows in all required gaits very spirited, sublime courses, with praiseworthy equilibrium position, with absolutely straight tread. The aisles are presented with a lot of power and space. He has taken a very positive development from the beginning of the year to the winner’s show. He was already very convincing at the biggest national breed show, which he won sovereignly. Kampus is bred without inbreeding. He leads in his ancestors Vegas and Upper and offers itself as a balance partner for the desired medium size, especially for the Remo and Hill line.