1971 72 73 74-76 76-78 79-81 1982 1984 1985 1985
1986 86-88 88-89 89-91 1992 1993 93-95 1996 1997  
 
 

To get to know the Dobermann of today, we need to study its history. In this history, the kennel of Sonja David von Franquemont Freudenberg played a significant role: it gave the breed a great number of excellent specimens, without whom the breed wouldn't have developed to the current level. The von Franckenhorst kennel was founded by an Indonesian woman, Sonja David von Franquemont Freudenberg. Her first Dobermann didn't meet her requirements, therefore she was regularly attending the great European shows and got acquainted with an acknowledged German breeder, owner of the v. Eichenhain kennel, and bought a male from him: Ero v. Eichenhain, son of Andy v. Eichenhain and Wilma v. Fürstenfeld.

The next purchase was a female, Amarilda v. Wachenburg, puppy of Ero. In 1971, the first litter, a combination of Amarilda and Chico v. Forell, came into the world.

Article by
Barbara Bordas Edina
The author is the owner of the kennel "di Satti" from Hungary.
 
"A" LITTER, 1971 (Chico v. Forell x Amarilda v. Wachenburg): Angola, Alva
It received great recognition immediately, as the litter included world winner Alva v. Franckenhorst. Alva completed the Korung as well. A remarkable achievement right to the first attempt, as though it were the sign of the miracle to come.
 
Amarilda v.Wachenburg
Amarilda v.Wachenburg
Ero v. Eichenhain
Ero v.Eichenhain
 
Alva was the sire to the legendary working dog Baron Cesar v. Rensloo, whose puppy Baron Bryan v.Harro's Berg became a world winner. Baron Cesar's sister, Bonita was the mother of world winner Esmir v. Hermansjomaik. Barones Eva's puppy was Ebo v. d. Groote Maat, also a world winner - just like her puppies - and she is a line founder as well.
 
Amarilda v.Wachenburg
Amarilda v.Wachenburg
Alva v.Franckenhorst
Alva v.Franckenhorst
 

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