Why We Chicaletta
Chicaletta v Ottilienstein
Beautiful jet black German Shepherd female with a massive head! She has unmatched motivation to perform, always executing her commands one after another. Reliable in every situation with absolutely rock-solid nerve base. Perfect manners inside the home showing the highest of loyalty to her family. A great example of controlled power. Strong, pronounced working drive qualities. One of the best in protection with crushing grips on the sleeve and hits like a locomotive on the long distance courage test. Pedigree is an ideal combination of world-wide respected top schutzhund competitors and producers. Hips and elbows certified.The ultimate home/family protection dog.
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All our working line German Shepherds are in front of international licensed judges that certify their trained abilities and capacity to perform.
WB: The WB is a temperament examination performed between 9 and 13 months of age. This allows the licensed judge to see the true character of the dog before being influenced by training.
AD: Endurance Test, 12.5 Mile Run with two 15 Minute Breaks and an Obedience Test At the End.
BH: The BH is a temperament and obedience certification performed by an internationally licensed judge. The obedience test is performed on a public field where the dog must perform all obedience exercises off leash. The final temperament exam asserts the dog does not show avoidance or aggression and is stable and obedient in a public environment.
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.
Koerklasse (KKL): Our dogs have pink papers which means that every dog in the pedigree has earned the breed survey (KKL) which means especially recommended for breeding. In order to get the KKL, the dog must have certified hips and elbows, a BH temperament and competition degree, a conformation show title, as well as a working title (IPO/IGP) which requires a Tracking, Obedience, and Protection performance.