PICTORIAL HISTORY

The New Beginning

2004 feels like it heralds in a new era at Allerhochst. Of course, nothing is completely new and the influence of the previous ten years will remain strong. In fact the 26 year dynasty of Ch Allerhochst Carl still continues unabated.

 

The past few years has been a period of transition, with the introduction of several outside dogs bred to our girls in the attempt to move into the future. Periods such as this provide both successes and disappointments. As we have said earlier, some directions do not turn out as expected and are not continued with, and others provide the road forward.

 

We bred Elke to Ch Glenosci TG Ritchie and kept Allerhochst JEB Stuart (Stuart). We bred Diesel to Ch Nottrott Wilde Hakim and kept Allerhochst McLeod (Mac). Other breedings in that time provided nothing for us to continue with.

 

Ch Glenosci TG Ritchie
Ch Glenosci TG Ritchie
Ch Nottrott Wilde Hakim
Ch Nottrott Wilde Hakim

 

The real move forward has come in the next generation, particularly with Mac to this stage.

 

In late 2001, we bred Mac to Finn, a breeding of half brother and sister on Diesel. From this litter we kept the bitch Brojelie Kansas. She is a strong reminder of Diesel as we would expect. Both her appearance and character is so much like her mother, Finn and grandmother, Diesel. Strong willed, athletic, hard and bursting with energy she keeps Ron and Tracie at Allerzeit on their toes. We are still considering directions to follow in selecting a mate for her.

Brojelie Kansas
Brojelie Kansas               

Allerzeit Enya
                 Allerzeit Enya

One year later, late 2002, we bred Mac to Innes. Ron and Tracie have kept a beautiful young female from this mating, Allerzeit Enya, and she now takes her place in our breeding group having met her breeding qualifications.

 

Between these two matings, and soon after his mating to Finn (also late 2001), Mac was bred to Elke and from this litter we had a selection of stunning girls. Of course most have become family companions, but we have introduced into our breeding program two of these girls, Allerhochst Kansas and Allerhochst Alaska.

 

Kansas has been shown sparingly and has been awarded both challenges and reserve challenges as a youngster. She received a V (excellent) grading at the Rottweiler Club of SA speciality of June 2003, just a few days over 18 months of age and then went better 12 months later at the same show being V rated again and winning Challenge Bitch at the age of 2 1/2. She is a small but very impressive bitch of excellent type, in our eyes, and provides great enjoyment to her family, Jenny Buller and Neil Baker.

 

Alaska, on the other hand, has been raised and loved by Bronwyn Taylor and her children, James and Allysha, along with several cats and other pets. She is the epitome of the true family companion and will never be shown. However, she is also a bitch of excellent quality and will make an important contribution to Allerhochst now and in the future.

Kansas
Allerhochst Kansas         


Alaska
Allerhochst Alaska          

 

Both Kansas and Alaska have been bred to the beautiful dog, Grand Champion Blickscharf Ashke.

 

Kansas had only a small litter, but from that litter we are running on two boys and a girl with Jenny and Neil, Cabulla Kris, Cabulla Konner and Cabulla Madison.

 

Alaska had a larger litter in early 2004, and from this stunning litter we are also running on two girls, Allerhochst Scarlett and Allerhochst Regan.

 

Grand Ch Blickscharf Ashke
Grand Ch
Blickscharf Ashke CD ET

Allerhochst Scarlett
Allerhochst Scarlett

Allerhochst Regan
Allerhochst Regan

Cabulla Kris
Cabulla Kris

Cabulla Konner
Cabulla Konner

Cabulla Madison
Cabulla Madison

 

So, as 2004 set sail we felt like we were starting anew here at Allerhochst. Ron and Tracie at Allerzeit had the "older" dogs in Stuart and Mac as well as Brojelie Kansas and Allerzeit Enya (of course with the retired Innes still in residence). Jenny and Neil have Allerhochst Kansas and her daughter Madison, as well as Regan, and Bronwyn has Alaska with her daughter Scarlett.

 

In our home here at Allerhochst we had the puppy male Kris and a young male acquired from VonderZenn Rottweilers, VonderZenn Grimm v Hope, a son of Jenecks Punch (Imp USA) and Ch Blickscharf Dark Sapphire.

 

This was the first time in 30 years that we had not had an adult Rottweiler in our home. No wonder home seemed like a nursery.

 

Since then Kris was re-homed so that we could take up the kind offer from Ron & Tracie to welcome Mac into our home. So as 2004 comes to a close we enjoy the company of Mac and the ever growing Grimm who have become great mates to each other. The next test is to wait on the results of Grimm’s x-rays when time comes and hopefully that will qualify him as a permanent member of our household.

 

Full speed ahead, we say!

 

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