Assiduitas Dalmatians - the development of our kennel

This is my kennel:


I'm breeding Dalmatians since the year 2000, in the beginning in the "Deutscher Dalmatiner Club von 1920 e.V" (VDH/FCI) and meanwhile in the "DalmatinerZuchtGemeinscvhaft e.V." (VDH/FCI). For years now we are also members of the American Dalmatian Club DCA and the South African Kennel Club.

I think it needs a lot of love and knowledge to breed a dog and not only to "increase" the breed. So I spent a lot of time to occupy myself with breeding, the standard and the requirements for everything- and I still do so of course.

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Our house in the fields



 

 

 

 

 

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 The puppy house...outside...

 

 

Even when I'm planning the litters I start months before, sitting over studbooks and collecting information, and I try to choose the mating which seems most optimal to me. That means not only to breed a dog, which fits in the standard- here I like to breed a dog with a strong bone structure, but still athletic and elegant- but also a dog with great temper who will be a good companion. This is from great importance for me, too.

 

The puppies are raised in our house. When they start to be more active (with about 3-4 weeks), they move into our puppy house with big outside area. Here they can find many opportunities to play and climb, to investigate things and learn.
To get them used to drive in a car is as natural as taking a walk together at the beach or in the town in small groups.

They are raised with our other dogs, kids, cats, bunnies and are used to other people. We strive to prepare them as good as possible for their future lives as reliable and friendly companions.
Adjusted accordingly to their age they are made familiar with the common everyday life situations. They will be used to traveling by car as well as walking on a leash.

 


 

 

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...and inside
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A big run for playing and running -

but we are also around in the garden for quite a few time

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We are visiting the zoo, restaurants, our local kindergarten, the vet or take a walk with the "adult" pack. We do all have lots of fun with those activities.

 

My puppies leave the kennel with 8 weeks. They are treaten against worms regularly. Of course they're vaccinated and microchipped, too. With 6 or 7 weeks the complete litter is BAER tested.
They leave home with harness and leash and a comprehensive file with everything about the new family member as well as important information about things like food, education and healthiness.

 

 

It is very important for me to keep in touch with the owners and their dogs and of course I'm always willing to help with any question you have- a dog's life long!

 

 

 

Some shots from the "puppy training" with all puppies or single puppies.

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Me in 2000, when building the fence for my first puppy run

 

 

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