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  • Gender: Male
  • Born: 09/29/2019
  • Certifications: WB, AD, BH, IGP1, IGP2
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Bo Dark Venoom

Top of the line German Shepherd Family Protection Dog

Large black and tan male with strong bones, a broad head, and fantastic expression. Bo bonds strongly to his handler and is easily guided, he will respond to commands with just barely a whisper. Completely unshakable with nerves of steel. Superior bonding capability within the family, along with the inherent ability to protect if needed. Totally comfortable inside the home and with children, neutral towards other animals. He will alert to strangers with strong barking and is always aware of his surroundings. In protection work his barking is intense and strikes quickly to the sleeve with a full grip. Pedigree is from consistent top performing schutzhund dogs from both East and West Germany. Hips and elbows certified a1.

To learn more about our home protection dogs and to help make the best decision based on your needs, lifestyle, environment and purpose please call us at 360-273-6125 or text us at 360-623-0898.

All our working line German Shepherds are in front of international licensed judges that certify their trained abilities and capacity to perform.

AD: This title denotes a dog who passed an endurance test by gaiting for 12.5 miles at around six miles per hour with a ten minute rest at the halfway point, followed by a light obedience exam to finish. A requirement for a breed survey. 

BH: Begleitungshund translates to “Companion Dog”. The BH is a companion dog test and the first step towards pursing Schutzhund titles. A dog must earn the BH before competing for the Sch1, IPO1, IGP1 titles (All the same exam, just new acronyms as times change). The principle focus of a BH is the temperament test; however, the dog must pass obedience before proceeding to the temperament portion of the BH exam.

IGP: This title is for dogs who have passed obedience, protection, and tracking examinations. Titles 1, 2, and 3 denote how advanced the training tests were. A minimum of SchH 1/IPO 1 is required to be breed surveyed.