Rondo Von Forell

                              Lump v. Hagenstolz, SchH 1, Welt-Sgr 1954      (30-01-1954)

                   Citto v. Fürstenfeld, Bdsgr, IDC-Sgr      (21-09-1958)
                              Carmen v. Felsingpass, SchH 1, Int. Ch., Bdsgn      (06-03-1954)
          Arco of Fayette Corner, SchH 3, Int. Ch., IDC-Sgr, Bdsgr      (11-05-1960)
                              Ori v. Hunglbrunn
                   Peggy v. Hunglbrunn

                               Mena v. Hunglbrunn

Rondo v. Forell, Bdsgr  (21-06-1965)  (Germany)

                              Cäsar v. Klockenhof, SchH 1      (21-02-1949)

                   Cäsar v. Weideneck, SchH 3, FH      (12-06-1954)
                              Fanny v. Fasanenheim
          Cita Germania, Bdsgn, brown      (28-02-1962)
                              Götz v. Bismarcksteeg      (21-08-1951)
                   Reni Germania      (1955)

                              Anja v. Weleberg

This black male became a Bundessieger in 1966. He was bred in Germany and was an excellently built male with a magnificent expression. He had a good neck, nice chest and a strong back with a correct tailset. In 1966 at the IDC, Mr Wiliking said that this was a ‘male without faults’.

He passed Schutzhund 1 with a score of 98-81-92. Although he was sold to Japan very early he sired some important progeny in Germany particularly his daughter Donna von Eichenhain who proved to be very influential in the von Hagenstern kennels.

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

Siblings: Rita.

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