Dogs used at stud
Of course we cannot always use our own dogs for matings. Here you can
find males from others we used in the passed years. Their pedigrees
you can find here.
was responsable for our P-litter (autumn 2009) and our
R-litter in winter 2010. Totò is a male imported from
Italy. He is the son of Zen, a male we were able to
temporarely loan from his breeder and owner Gabriella Adanti and who
stayed with us for a couple of months. Totò is a very beautiful, young
male of good type with excellent bone, a nice full muzzle and a
phantastic character. From the combination with Cato Più Bella Cosa Non
C'è will remain available for future breeding plans.
shown 2 x: 1 Exc rescac
For the second litter of Gida I went to look for a suitable male in
Italy. On my search I found kennel di Nivenus, where I met a very
beautiful male called Artu, Italian champion, beautiful ancestors and
x-rayed with A as result. The visit in summer 2001 resulted in our
G-litter of 5 puppies, of which unfortunately 1 puppy died after a
couple of days. From this litter we kept Goccia.
sired our F-litter, born 2000. For the first litter
Gida I chose a Belgian male, imported from Italy. Ciclone delle
Vergherie, bred by Donna Anna Corsini, was a very beautiful male with
good hips (A). He also mated Damigella, Gida's sister. Unfortunately
there were only 2 puppies in the litter, 1 male and 1 female.
Christmas 2002/beginning of 2003: I-litter
For the first litter of Goccia I went to a male in
Germany, imported from Italy. Leone, bred by Elena Magni, who
also bred the famous Turco, comes from ancestors that are still
guarding the sheep; so real working dogs. Leone was x-rayed (B) and
responsable for a litter of 8 puppies. Cato stayed from this litter,
and is so far my most succesful homebred Maremma; she is one, if not
the only, Dutch homebred Maremma that is international champion.
Zen was a very promising 2 year old male with an excellent pedigree. He
was officially x-rayed for hip dysplasia with result A. He was
bred by Gabriella Adanti, who also bred Quintano. Zen stayed with us
for a period of 6 months and in that period he became Dutch
champion. Goccia was mated by him and on Juli 6th and she gave birth to
the 5 puppies of our O-litter in summer 2008. After he finished his
'business', he went home again. Occhiata di Sole has remained available
On March 23rd 2009 we heard the very sad news, that this lovely dog
died of bloat.
shown 6x: 6 x exc, 5 x cac, 4 x cacib, 4 x bob.
Titles: Dutch Champion