Aussie Action's Kennel

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How it all started...

We started our kennel in 1980 with the breed Australian Kelpie and extended by German Shepard in 2004.

Björn and I bought our first dog in 1974 it was a German shepherd dog named Dart. He had a little too much nerves so he fit best with his dad who is a bit calmer than me, but we learned much of this dog. Björn and Dart competed successfully in obedience, in the instruction he had difficulty concentrating. We got him promoted from the call trace using meatballs during the retrieves.

After a couple of years with young children, I wanted out and compete with dogs. I realized that it would not go any further with Dart and me. Then began the search for a new dog, there appeared an article about Kelpie in Mill dog and I was very curious when it seemed like a bright and alert dog that could stand a little tough though it was small.

I made contact with the breeders who were then and it was three. I ordered a puppy from Kerstin Renner Feldt but the bitch was empty. Then she told me about Ms Fristedt Yttergårdens Kennel that she and Charlotte Hillerström waited a pregnant female from Australia.

 I called and talked to her, ordered the puppy over the phone and ten weeks later landed a black puppy at Midlanda named Kanguroos Action.

Dart panicked when we conceded the puppy in the car, he was absolutely convinced that it was my friend's black nasty cat. It is here that they should release the dogs together in a neutral place and allow them to say hello to each other in a neutral place. The knowledge we would not have.

We came in every home with the puppy and it was feeding time. We gave Darts his 1 liter portion and Action his. All of a sudden disappearance of the little black and we hear Darts whine when your puppy has driven him away from his food bowl and ate a liter of feed.

We threw ourselves on the phone to Like and asked what do we do now, he burst, Like was consoled ourselves with the Kelpie is as close to the dingo (Australian wild dog) that they can do it. In the future Action eat for himself the rest of his life and it became long he died 16.5 years old. We put him to sleep and yttergårdens Black Dancing Queen (Queenie), 15,5 years old while when they were a leader couple.

With the two dogs, we started our kennel. Action was one tough (his mischief, one could write a book about) unafraid of most things and a leader. Yttergårdens Black Dancing Queen was an aristocrat in every claw, except when she hearding," Good forbidden", although it can not be moved, and she kept track of the other dogs in kennel using Action on her side.

Both Action and Queenie was very good representatives of their breed, both exterior and mentally as we were advised to breed them. We had a litter of six puppies four black and two brown. They were sold both as a companion for sporty families and herding dogs. There were not many people knew who Kelpie working dog then.

We've had about one litter every one to two years in our kennel, I never take a litter if I believe that dogs are not good enough or if I can not devote myself entirely to the litter when I got it. We have bred SM-winner and service champions and a number of service dogs

The problem with breed Kelpie is that we have a very narrow gene pool and unfortunately there is not much new blood to collect in Australia either, then Kelpie has no status there, but counted as a business tool. So it's a problem we're working on.

German Shepherd came into the kennel when our daughter bought a youngster of Göte Larsson Piwinas Kennel. Lady turned out to be good mentally and exterior so Göte wanted to buy a litter of her but she went empty because the male had Borrelia disease and was sterile. Then they moved to apartment and it was difficult to have puppies there, so we mate her with Triumps Layos. My heart has always beaten for the German Shepherd.

Since I am interested in both exhibition and want to emulate the operating and there have been so many kennels where there were dogs that do both. I believe in that it is possible to combine exterior and mentality and that's what we're trying to do with our German Shepherd we'll see how it goes. The best thing about being a breeder is to follow the puppies are born from them and see how they develop and see the love between him and their new owners when you meet them again. Is it also good for them in competition plan, it's just a bonus. The goal is to breed working dogs with good temperament and conformation that can bring the breed forward. You also get the joy of getting many new friends both two or four legged.