Danzig vom Adlercrest – Von Forell

                              Jago v. Beelen, SchH 2, Angek. 1A (ZVA), Int. + Ger. Ch, Multi-Sgr Winner, b/r, HD-2

                   Egor v.d. Eland, SchH 1, Ger. Ch.      (06-04-1978)
                              Cristel v.d. Eland, SchH 3, Ned-Work Ch., Int. + Ger. Ch., DV-Sgn      (16-01-1974)
          Ebo v.d. Groote Maat, SchH 1, IPO 3, ZTP-V1A, Int. + Ger + Sp. Ch., Bdsgr, IDC-Sgr      (3-03-1982)
                              Alva v. Franckenhorst, SchH 3, Angek. 1A (ZVA), Multi-Ch., Welt-Sgr, FCI Ch.

                   Baroness Eva v. Rensloo, SchH 2, Int. + Ned. Ch.      (29-02-1976)
                              Bryanstam’s Gräfin-Graziedotter, S48535/73

Danzig v. Adlercrest, SchH 3, IPO 3, CD, PC, TT, WAC, Int. + Mex. Ch., SKC Ch., OFA Good      (07-02-1987)

                              Guy’s Hilo v. Norden Stamm, SchH 3, ZTP-V1A, Multi-Ch., Bdsg, Euro-Sg, HD-1
                   Ali v. Langenhorst, SchH 3, FH, AD, Angek. 1A (ZVA), Multi-Ch., Multi-Sgr Winner, HD-2
                              Biene v. Niederkessel, SchH 3, brown, HD-1      (05-03-1975)
          Amida v. Flandrischen Löwen, SchH 3, AD, CD, ZTP-V1A, VDH Ch., HD-2 (29-03-1984)
                              Bronco v. Zenn, SchH 3, Angek (ZVA), Int. + Ger. Ch, Multi-Sgr Winner, HD-1

                   Alexa v. Heiderhof, SchH 3, Int. + Ger. Ch., VDH Ch., Bdsgr, HD-1      (09-01-1980)

                              Eicke v. Stadtwald, SchH 3, HD-3      (05-07-1976)

Danzig vom Adlercrest, otherwise known as Ali, was a large, impressive red male and was a result of his breeder, Linda Calamias’ interest in breeding dogs which were competitive in schutzhund and showring events. Danzig was one of the first dogs produced to fullfill this goal.

He has won Best of Breed and Group, and also earned himself an International Championship title, which now under the FCI rules also incorporates a compulsory working certificate and character test. He passed his schutzhund 3 with much ease and also gained other working titles. A sound, harmonious body and his no-nonsense working abilities made him an excellent breeding prospect and generated much stud work, both in America and throughout the rest of the world.

Both his parents were Champions with schutzhund titles, and his mother Amida v. Flandrischen Löwen, was considered by her past owner (Dobermann specialist Ottmar Vogel) to have an outstanding character. Danzig incorporates some of the best German and Dutch bloodlines in his breeding.

[J.M.v.d. Zwann: In the beginning…A history of the Dobermann]

Linebreeding: 3 – 4……………. Jago v. Beelen
  4 – 5……………. Chico v. Forell
  4 – 5……………. Dascha v. Forell