The Schwarz Kennels

and the Dire Wolf Project

Qidditch

Quidditch
"NEON"


# QBS3/1002-8  (F-3/1)     Male

Born: 4-2-18
Conformation: 9
weight: 150

​​​​Temperament: 8
too friendly
Intelligence: 10
Trainability: 9
Prey Drive: 9
might chase balls?
  • Scores as of: 5-2-18
 
  • SIBLINGS: Don Quixote; Q-back; Quazar; Quentin; Quadus; Q-t; Quidditch; Quiggle; Quagmire; Quianna; Quesadilla; Queen of hearts

Notes:

4-8-18: Light green ribbon. Neon. Black Male. Blk/gold. black points. all black. no white. NICE pup. hybrid black. Cries. cant find mom. goes off to find mom. very good sense of smell and awarness. Working dog poss.

5-2-18: Looks like i was right about this guy. A busy body, he might like to be a family dog and may play fetch and carry objects around. 

Neon: outgoing, cute, playful, loving, busy body. We use this type of personality for 'family' dogs, kids dogs, and owners who like people over or those that like to venture out into the world. These pups need more training than the other two green collar pups. These pups need to 'slow down', to 'think about it'. They need to learn 'patience'. Unless of course, you like this playful pup.

If you are outgoing, fun, enjoy people over, jog,  go camping, well then take this boy along!  He will be loved  by all that meet him.

  These are not your every day pups. I make notes on my dogs. I am talking about the laid back American Alsatian.

When i say he is outgoing, this means outgoing for our breed, not as any pup you ever met.

This pup will be laid back and easy going when he matures but under our standards he is too friendly, and playful.

Our Standards call for 'standoffish' not really caring much for people. This pup likes almost everyone at this age. We must remember puppies right out of the den are not confident  and going right up to strangers. They are only 6 wks on planet earth and are learning that strangers are ok.

This is for the new owners to 'mold'. 

I do some training and socializing but i mostly 'observe' and report. That is my job..

If i trained a pup, then how would you know the 'raw pup? And i am not going to train pups for owners. I breed pups that dont need much training. I breed the temperament that is easy to talk to, easy to communicate with, easy to be with. Thus, any 'hyper' pups are sold.

AGAIN.. hyper in my litters, not hyper in litters you see all the time. My dogs are not hyper. 

Please come visit to watch them. Our dogs do NOT jump, bite, dig, or bark.  If they do, i sell them.
I breed per breed standards and i will not comprimise. 
 


HEALTH RECORD:

 

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

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

   Tests

Scores

   Intelligence (process of thought) 10
   Pitch of/Vocal sounds 10
   Barking 9
   Whining and talking back 9
   Prey drive 8
   Chewing 7
   Swallowing stuff 9
   Dominance/aggression towards humans 10
none
   Challenging owner/trainer 9
depends on training
   Child friendly 10
yes
   Dominance/aggression towards other dogs 9
none at this age. depends on training/nueter
   Dominance/aggression towards smaller animals 9 depends on training
   Soft/hard bite (mouth) 10 soft
   Touch sensitivity 10
   Emotional sensitivity 9
   Sound sensitivity 9
   Ease of training for the average person 8
independent, curious stubborn
   Velcro (not wanting to wander) 7 (train for this)
   Genetic hyperness or Energy level (pacing the fence line) 9  No
   Investigative or inquisitive (independence) 8
   Stubborness (doing what it wants instead of what you want) 7
   Eating of feces 10 no
   Sanitational pooping in the designated spot 10 good
   Sloppy drinking 8
   Age of life 9
   Heath issues 10
   Retrieving or carrying objects 7 yes
   Digging 9
   Conformation 10
   girth 10
   Eyes  
   Ears  
   Nose  
   Girth of Skull  
   Length of Tail 10
   Feet 8
   Neck 9
   Topline 10
   Gait 10

 

Pedigree Chart

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


Schwarz dogs are NOT working dogs

Books by Lois E. Schwarz