Uni stands nearly 24 inch at the withers putting her at the top of the female height chart. A large female, powerful and substantial, yet still maintains a good level of energy and athleticism. Gorgeous sable normal coat, dark eyes and a blocky head with just enough feminine features to identify her gender.
Uni is well balanced in her drives. A willing, happy worker who is always engaging her handler. She is probably one of the more intelligent dogs I have been around, often times leaving everyone shaking their head with her problem solving skills.
Her high level of confidence allows her to be social and approachable, yet quick to alert and go on guard when a stranger or strange vehicle enters the property.
Her nickname “Stacker” comes from watching her take several metal water bowls and stack them in correct size so each one would fit inside the other. She would sometimes throw her toy in the stack of bowls and proudly display her feat by prancing around with them in her mouth. She was almost nicknamed Houdini due to her uncanny ability to manipulate the latches to open the gates around the farm. A clever girl, yes indeed!
Uni's hip and elbows are certified through the German A stamp program.
Passat is an incredible dog on and off the field. I can certainly see that Uni came by being clever honestly. I enjoy watching Passat work and have heard so many good things about him.
Well balanced, confident, outgoing and certainly a clever young girl! She often runs while turning her head to keep an eye on you. This dog really does enjoy making you happy.
Dany comes from a strong working background. Like her mom, she was able to obtain the ZV3 title which is rare for any female. Dany's littermates were working in law enforcement and search and rescue in the US.
Uni's sire having fun!
More fun with Uni's dad.
Uni's mom and her littermates.
Uni as puppy!
Uni's first session of protection work!
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