The Schwarz Kennels

and the Dire Wolf Project

Shenanigan's Coco 'Milo' grn

coco 'MILO'
Von Boss

BFS3002- (F-3) Male

Born: 9-17-17
Conformation: 9
Temperament: 9
Intelligence: 9
Trainability: 9
Prey Drive:  9

Scores as of: 10-10-17

SIBLINGS: Ipkiss; Milo; Crayola; Dorian; Cameron;


Mylo or Coco Bongo is a brown and black pup. black tips on his coat. Black markings. He has no white tip on his tail and a white spot on his belly. He has a short coat.

His ears will be the first in this litter to go up. 

He is the runt of the litter with a sweet feminine face. His favorite sibling is Purple collar 'Cameron'.


Him and Cameron were the last out of the den. They are  babies. More standoffish than outgoing. More correct in temperament. Not like the labrador, not so friendly. As they mature they will of course be ok with strangers and they will have their favorite friends, but their best friend will be their owner. A deep bond will be created that will last their entire life.


He is maturing into a very beautiful pup with a very sweet face.

This is the best photo of how wonderful his face is. Like an Angel.

 His  coat is short but thick and not as short as a boxers coat, just short for our breed. 

He may reach about 90-100 lbs. Since he is a third generation out of my pick outcrosses, him and his siblings are pretty much right on target with the American Alsatian. He will not wander unless you dont neuter him as a male is a male, no matter what breed. You may not need to nueter this boy until he is about 14 months old as his disposition is of a sweet male, not a macho male.
  He is NOT an instigator in any fighting and does not like confrontations of any sort. Though he is not afraid of thunder or loud noises and can be taken to a gun range, he doesnt care for noise. He doesnt really like the busy body of the city, but he can be trained to get use to it. He is more of a laid back house dog, companion dog and not a socialite.




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

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