Olex vom True Haus
SchH BH, FO, P1, OB1, CGC
AKC # DN31739702
Avid chip # 074 036 832
Date of birth: 8-16-2011
height 26 inches
weight 90 pounds
You can find information on Olex's sire Esko on this page page here
You can find information on Kalli, Olex's dam on this page here
Olex is a carbin copy of his sire Esko.
Stunning black sable color with fantastic pigmentation. A magnificent broad and substantial head with loads of character and wonderful expression.
Strong bones and substantial build with fluid movement.
Olex, is not easily stressed with well developed desire to please.
Calm and steady, social temperament. Shows an excellent relationship with his handler in obedience with quick and reliable reactions to the commands.
Strong drive in protection demonstrating full, hard grips. Launches and hits with full commitment on the long distance courage test. Calm and secure inside the home.
Top working ability and ready for any challenge. Great drive for the toy or food, easily switches between the two.
SchH BH, CGC, CD, GN, FO, OB1, OB2, P1, PD1, PD2, P2S, P2,OB3, P3S, P3
call name "CAT"
OFA Good, elbows normal,
Black & Red
AKC # DN19422101
Date of birth 10/16/2005
height 24 inches
weight 70 pounds
Strong broad head with alert and outgoing expression.
Absolutely rock solid temperament with nerves of steel. Can go anywhere, anytime,
day or night and never be nervous, totally self-confident in all situations.
Great drive and awesome power in all aspects of working. Very good protection work
showing full and hard grips along with powerful intensity in the guarding phases.
For more pictures of Cat click here
Sire: Boban V.'T Heukske, SchH3, VH3 for more info on Boban click here
Dam: Hajen O'Snuske.
Jim and Cindy
Hope this email finds you well. I wanted to give you an update with our Bergen. Heís almost 14 months old now and so smart.
We have been taking him to On Command for training with Barry here in Reno.
He has gone thru basic obedience. Sitz, Platz, Bleib, Hier, Fuss, Hopp, Aus, Ruhig, Pass Auf, Such, Leave it, watch it, Look and between.
On and off leash with hand signals also.
We have been working on his Bite Work for about 6 Months now. Working once a week and he just LOVES it.
So much so that we have moved to an E-Collar to help with his focus but I donít think Iíll have to use it much.
He is such a quick learner and a joy to train.
Hereís a picture of our boy. 88 Lbs. and still such a puppy.
Henry and Donna HOME
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