Berlin & Karlos

Zwinger vom Hochland

Whelped February 19, 2021
7 Puppies: 4 female (2 black, 2 liver), 3 male (2 liver, 1 black)

Berlin vom Hochland 0856/18
(Payton von Kings Crossing x Jinx vom Keljer)

D1, AZP l (All 4’s), FW: SG, HD-Frei (HD-A2), 61cm, 58 lbs.

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Berlin is a striking elegant female DK. She is best described by her sensitive nose. She is oft found pointing coveys several hundred yards off. Her ability to find and locate game in all situation is a strong suite. In the home she is quiet and calm and loves to play with my two boys. She is the definition of drive and cooperation in one package. She is exactly what I was trying to produce in a breeding female. In her AZP she scored all 4s with no corrections. We are lucky to call her ours.

Karlos vom Klepelshagener Forst 0244/16
(Gerry KS vom Donauland x Gundi vom Klepelshagener Forst)

D1, VJP 70, HZP 185, AZP 1, VGP 1/336, CACIT reserve, VStP 56B, HN, LN, SJ, VBR, FW: V1- CAC (Answartschaft deutscher Champion VDH), HD-Frei (HD-A2), OCD Frei, 68 CM, 87lbs

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Karlos is an impressive V1 male, the sort of dog that commands your eye and your total attention. He has the WOW factor. He is a big, tall male weighing in at 81lbs. He is calm in everyday life and is unmatched in temperament as a family dog. In Utah he lives with 5 kids, 2 female DKs, and a male miniature schnauzer. He is a total gentleman in the home with all big and small including visitors.

Karlos is very easy to handle. He spent the first 4 years of his life hunting nearly every day in Germany. Rudiger Stilgenbauer, owner of the vom Klepelshagener Forst kennel in Germany has noted “everything is easy with Karlos. He is always there when you need him.” Karlos has been described as one that will go into the water in any weather and reliably chokes all predators in the field. He works with a high nose, always in contact with his handler. Here in the US from Utah to South Dakota, it’s noted that Karlos enjoys working in total lockstep with his handler and other dogs as team. Karlos has a very dense coat, strong and correct bite, and true form. He has been bred by the Germans and has proven to produce correct and promising puppies.

Karlos has spent many days in the field and is proven across land and water including fur, waterfowl, upland game, and blood tracking. He will gladly dispatch varmin and actively hunted wild boar in Germany.

For additional information on this breeding, contact Tyler Smith at 801-420-8076, email kurzhaar.v.hochland@gmail.com or visit www.vomhochlanddk.com.

Berlin & Karlos
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