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2011 Dutch Shepherd Dogs:
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New Dutch Shepherd Dogs:
The Dutch Shepherd was used on farms to herd and guard sheep. Towards the end of the 1800s, the Dutch Shepherd breed was almost extinct. The Dutch formed the first Dutch Shepherd club in 1898 to increase the breed’s population. At this point, the Dutch Shepherd became a family pet and continued to do some work activities. The Dutch Shepherd today is used for police work, guarding, rescues, herding, and as a family pet.
2011 Dutch Shepherd Dogs:
“Van De Tijgergeest” Dutch Shepherds offer working quality puppies from proven imported working Dutch Shepherds. Our puppies will excel in Police Service and sports such as French Ring, Mondioring and Schutzhund. Health checks are done on all breeding stock and all puppies come with a written health guarantee. Van De Tijgergeest Dutch Shepherds Our Breeding dogs are all trained and tested in many different venues to offer maximum information on temperament so that we can choose the correct sires for the females. This allows us great success in our litters with excellent turnout in our puppies. Our Breeding stock are from KNPV and SchH/IPO titled parents.
Dutch Shepherd Dogs Image:
The Dutch Shepherd is a breed of dog that traces its roots to the Netherlands dating back to the 1800 century.Due to its versatile nature it was used for guarding and in the police service.Furthermore, in the olden days shepherds and farmers used them for their versatility, being gifted with quick reflexes and great efficiency and able to survive harsh conditions and meager life, with almost no demands,they also strong cart-pullers.The Dutch Shepherd is a rare breed,thus difficult to find in North America and its home grounds i.e. the Netherlands.
Selection and Training of Dutch Shepherds:
Command Control K-9 only purchases and trains the top 1% of Dutch Shepherds, the smartest and best of the breed. We buy from owners, not wholesalers, who have correctly socialized their dog’s right from puppy hood. These animals have received daily training that includes: obedience, protection, agility, article retrieval, and scent tracking.
And our personal protection dogs can be trained to respond to commands in the language of your choice plus perform many other customized protection skills. This is where the intelligence and trainability of Dutch Shepherds really shows itself!
The Dutch Shepherd comes in three varieties: long-haired (long, straight, flat and harsh), short-haired (fine and dense) and wire-haired (medium length and wiry). Show dogs should not display much white on their chest and feet. Although the coat types vary, the color possibilities remain the same for each: various shades of brindle, including gray, yellow, silver, red or gold brindle, and blue. The short-haired variety is very widespread in Holland, while the wire-haired is less common and the long-haired is very rare. The body is muscular and symmetrical. The muzzle is long and the teeth are strong and regular. The eyes are dark and slightly slanting and the relatively small ears are stiffly erect. The tail is slightly curved. The chest and belly are deep and not too drawn up. The feet are relatively small and do not have dewclaws. The toes are well arched. The nails and pads are black. Protective hair grows between the toes.