Odin von Forell

                              Alf v. Hagenfreund, SchH 1, Angek.     (09-06-1948)

                   Lump v. Hagenstolz, SchH 1, Welt-Sgr 1954     (30-01-1954)
                              Dina v. Klockenhof      (03-02-1950)
          Falko v. Hagenstolz, SchH 1, Bdsgr 1963     (26-12-1958)
                              Amor v. Haus Bormes     (16-01-1948)
                   Kitty v. Hagenstolz    (26-07-1952)

                               Dina v. Klockenhof     (03-02-1950)

Odin v. Forell, SchH 2, Int. + Ger. + Mon. Ch. (22-04-1964) (Germany)

                              Muck v. Hagenstolz     (30-05-1954)

                   Dirk v. Goldberg, SchH 3, Bdsgr, Int. Ch.    (10-01-1958)
                              Nette v. Hagenstolz, SchH 1     (11-06-1954)
          Iris v. Forell    (13-08-1961)
                              Nigo Germania, brown     (10-05-1952)
                   Vilja Germania    (17-05-1959)

                              Anja v. Weleberg     (06-10-1953)

Odin von Forell was a short, compact male. He was very powerful and had strong heavy bones. His head was correct but could have been a bit longer and he had a very thick, long coat. He became an international champion, champion on Monaco and was best dog of all breeds in Germany. He was the father of the important sire, Chico von Forell and was exported to Japan.

His temperament was reasonable with normal nerves and he gained his Schutzhund 2 title.

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

Linebreeding: …………… None in first 5 generations