The Schwarz Kennels

and the Dire Wolf Project


Saigons Quarter-Back
Von Q
# QS3002-6   (F-1)     Male

Born: 4-2-18

  • Conformation: 10
  • weight: 150
  • Temperament: 10+
  • Intelligence: 10+
  • Trainability: 10+
  • Prey Drive: 10
  • Scores as of:
  • SIBLINGS: Don Quixote; Q-back; Quazar; Quentin; Quadus; Q-t; Quidditch; Quiggle; Quagmire; Quianna; Quesadilla; Queen of hearts


4-2-18:  This boy came out very large in the shoulders and i threw a turq collar on him then changed it to a brownish green collar because i didnt have any larger lightish blue collars. Too many pups to Take any notes. I just remember i liked him a lot.

4-25-18: Highly intellegent. Figures stuff out. Friendly and comes when he hears  my voice.

more standoffish than Neon, waiting, watching, looking, assessing of things. Learning by watching.

I keep these dogs for breeding. Easy to train.

Hard to explain to folks that this kind of dog is 'autistic' in that it is not the average pup or dog that folks see everyday.

This is the pup i call a 'thinker' and most folks would not know how to train them. You can not throw this pup out to the wolves or the world. You must Protect this pup and sit with him and show him things. You do NOT encourage this pup to be a wild and crazy pup, but you embrace his ability to think and work stuff out. This pup is not the kind of pup that runs up to strangers, but that is more aloof and doesn't want strangers to just come running up to him, it would scare him.



4-25-18 Nemex

Test Scores: 1 (low Bad) - 10 (high Good)

our tests are rated 1-10 on our AA standards for companion dog excellent in temperament.



   Intelligence (process of thought)  
   Pitch of/Vocal sounds  
   Whining and talking back  
   Prey drive  
   Swallowing stuff  
   Dominance/aggression towards humans  
   Challenging owner/trainer  
   Child friendly  
   Dominance/aggression towards other dogs  
   Dominance/aggression towards smaller animals  
   Soft/hard bite (mouth)  
   Touch sensitivity  
   Emotional sensitivity  
   Sound sensitivity  
   Ease of training for the average person  
   Velcro (not wanting to wander)  
   Genetic hyperness or Energy level (pacing the fence line)  
   Investigative or inquisitive (independence)  
   Stubborness (doing what it wants instead of what you want)  
   Eating of feces  
   Sanitational pooping in the designated spot  
   Sloppy drinking  
   Age of life  
   Heath issues  
   Retrieving or carrying objects  
   Girth of Skull  
   Length of Tail  


Pedigree Chart


For an more indepth look at the pedigree, see the pedigree database

Schwarz dogs are NOT working dogs

Books by Lois E. Schwarz