Current & Upcoming Litters




Born January 13, 2018
3 males (2 black/tan, 1 sable) and 4 females (1 black/tan, 3 sable)





Dam
Rogue vom Wildhaus
UPr1, FPr1, BH, CGC, ATD, HIC, FDC, a1 Normal H&E, DM Clear, MDR1 Clear
Sire
Nero vom Buchonia
IPO3, PD1, AD, CGCA, FDC, TKN,
a1 Normal H&E, DM Clear, MDR1 Clear


T Litter Pedigree

Many videos of Rogue and Nero training, trialing and doing all sorts of things can be viewed on this
YouTube Page

Links to Optimal Selection Genetic Profiles for Disorders and Traits:
Nero's Genetic Profile

Rogue's Genetic Profile


Rogue is a large, gorgeous black/tan female with lean, athletic structure and a fantastic temperament. She was our pick female from our R litter breeding of Isis and Miky Tresnaku. Unfortunately we were not in a position to keep another puppy ourselves at the time so we placed her on a breeding contract into a home where we knew she would get worked and titled and, most importantly, have a great life. Like other litters out of Isis, and our L litter breeding of Eris to Miky, our R litter has proven to be outstanding with excellent health and great working ability across a wide variety of venues including IPO, tracking, agility, competitive obedience, herding and nosework. They are also proving themselves to be excellent family companions and protectors. Rogue is no exception. She has her BH, FPr1 (TR1) and UPr1 (OB1) and will be getting her IPO titles in the coming year. While her primary training focus is IPO where she shows great natural talent in all phases, she also possesses titles/certifications in herding, farm work and tricks.

Rogue has very high toy/prey and hunt drives and her food drive is off the charts. This combined with a very biddable, handler oriented personality makes for an extremely easy dog to train in any activity. She is very hard and resilient, especially for a female, and takes any corrections or negative experiences in stride with no loss of drive or attitude. She is completely environmentally sound with no issues with noise, strange locations, darkness, slick floors or anything else. She has traveled extensively, including a visit to Europe with her handler for some training, and is an excellent traveler with no problems in crowded airports, elevators, hotels or any other unusual environments that unnerve many dogs. No matter where she finds herself, when the crate door opens she pops out ready to work with no acclimation time required. She tends to be aloof with strangers, and at times suspicious depending on the circumstance, but never in an inappropriate manner. She is very friendly with people she knows and appropriately social with welcomed visitors at home. With her own family she is extremely affectionate, to the point of being downright silly about it at times.

Nero is a large, substantial male bred by a very dear old friend of ours who has incredible knowledge of the breed spanning many decades. The combination of sire and dam that produced Nero was repeated multiple times and dogs from all litters are excelling in a variety of working venues as well as serving as protective family companions. Nero is high drive, high hunt, and a very serious, powerhouse of a dog in protection. He is a tough dog with a work ethic that just doesn't quit and while he can be a bit of a butthead at times and would be a lot of dog for an inexperienced handler, he is very clear headed and resilient. Like Rogue he is totally environmentally sound and has also traveled extensively, always hitting the ground ready to work.

Off the field, Nero is a big, outgoing, friendly doofus. He is very social with very good judgement and self-control; knowing when he needs to curb his enthusiasm and be calm and gentle, such as with children or the elderly, and when it is ok to lose his mind with excitement over visits from more robust friends and family. He is very laid back in the house, settles well and is an affectionate, cuddly teddy bear with his family.

Both Rogue and Nero are excellent examples of working GSDs. They are strong in the work and versatile enough to tackle whatever sort of work their handlers set before them. Then when work is done they come home and settle in the house, cuddle on the couch in front of the TV, sleep in the bed, and provide tremendous love, devotion and companionship to their family. We expect nothing less from their offspring: strong dogs with balanced drives, excellent physical substance, and rock solid nerve and temperament. Pups will be suitable for a variety of work/sport endeavors as well as active companions for experienced GSD owners.

This breeding of Rogue to Nero has been planned since Rogue was just a puppy and we had originally intended for this to happen in the later part of 2018 after she was a bit more mature and had finished her IPO titles. However, unfortunately Rogue has had some unusually frequent heat cycles, which is a concern for her future as a broodbitch. Upon the advice of the veterinary reproductive specialists we consulted we made the decision to move up the timetable in hopes having a litter will help regulate her heat cycles and ensure a good breeding career. This litter will be whelped and raised at the home of Rogue and Nero's owners in Tennessee as it is much better for the welfare of a maiden bitch and her puppies to stay in their familiar home environment. We have no doubt that they will receive excellent care and will also experience an enriched environment with excellent socializing and early rearing. Once weaned we will bring the puppies here to raise them out for the last few weeks, evaluate them and place them in the best homes possible.







For additional information about purchasing a Wildhaus puppy, please visit our Purchase Information Page.

To learn more about our puppies' first weeks here with us, please read our article on How Wildhaus Pups Are Raised.