What we want in our breeding, is a beautiful dog that fits in the modern family as a pet, a friend and as a working companion.
All dog with FCI and DKK pedigree.
Crunch says Hallo
Uniwar and Turka on vacation 2004
All puppies in this house are born inside my house - (in my office :-) When they are 3 weeks old we move them to another room so that they are free to run outside whenever they want. It give more easy, ‘toilet trained’ dogs, and they get used to all the noise in a normal (? :-)) house. All my dog live in the house together and get well along.
All puppies are subject to a ‘mental’ test before we hand them over to their new owner. The test is acknowledged by Dansk Kennel Klub (DKK). I use this test because I want the new owner to fit the dog and vice versa. Because of this precaution we have in 8 litters not seen any puppies move away from their family because they didn't fit in.
I try to keep my number of dogs to a minimum - it is difficult when I want to breed but also want to do something with the dogs. I go training with all my dogs. Therefore we have chosen to have 5 dogs "in house" and 3 dog "out of house". The dog "out of house" live in her own families as pets and are only used a few times for breeding. In this way I hope to work with the breed in the best way - so that the dogs are happy family dogs and not "just" kennel dogs.
All Migthy in the woods
Uniwar, Crunch and Turka Spring 2005
Turka spring 2006 in the garden