Dakota KS vom Trocken Bach

DOB – November 20, 2009
Height – 61.5 cm Weight – 58 lbs.

Dakota KS vom Trocken Bach 0116/10

(Quickstepvom Hege-Haus x Rosemarie KS vom Hege-Haus)

Dakota in the field in Düboslar, Germany

Derby Prize 1, Solms Prize 1 (4h for water search without the duck), VGP Prize 1 (336 pts – 4h for water search with the duck, Winner of the Search at the Klub Rheinland VGP in Düboslar, Germany), VBR, BTR, KS (perfect scores, Zuchtschau top 20), HDO A-2, HN, Fw: V5.

Dakota had a perfect testing career in Germany. She completed the Derby, Solms, and VGP by the age of 23 months. Dakota participated in the 2012 Dr. Kleemann Prüfung where she received perfect scores and the title KS. In the Kleemann Zuchtschau Dakota was evaluated in the Top 20. At every level of her education Dakota performed flawlessly never receiving a score less than a “4” at every test. This is a remarkable accomplishment match by her mother Rosemarie KS vom Hege-Haus. We have had eight KS dogs and made seven of them. Dakota and Rosemarie are the only ones to have completed their education with perfect scores.

Dakota in the field in Düboslar, Germany

Dakota is a sister to Atlanta vom Hege-Hof. Atlanta had remarkable success in her education in Germany with Mr. Klaus Bommers as the leader. She completed the Derby, Solms, and VGP by the age of 17 months. Her success at the 2007 IKP was unparalleled receiving a perfect score and three 4h’s marking her the Claus Kiefer Award winner for the top dog at the examination out of 198 entries from around the world. Atlanta shone again at the 2008 Dr. Kleemann Prüfung. Atlanta received perfect scores at the Kleemann with a 4h in the water search without the duck.

Quickstep vom Hege-Haus was a great Hege-Haus male producing many outstanding offspring throughout the world prior to his death in 2011. Quickstep had a very productive education career in Germany. Following the 2007 IKP he and returned to England and did not attend the Kleemann. His influence in the DK bred continues to be felt and will continue through his sons and daughters for years.

Dakota in the field in Düboslar, Germany