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Elisir di Campovalano
Elisir di Campovalano

This half brother-sister mating made Quinn a line breeding on the champion and Bundessieger, Elisir di Campovalano, whelped in 1979 (Cito di Villa Castelli x Caienna di Villa Castelli), Sch.H. 3, FH. Elisir himself, the incest product of a full brother-sister mating, both sired by the Bundessieger Aldo v. Ferrolheim, whlped in 1974 (Jürgen v. Hagenstern x Amanda v. Stifthub), Sch.H. 3.

Elisir, was a tall, noble dog of excellent character, built on somewhat longer lines. Minor details he shared with many of his descendants were his tan and eyes could be darker. The past DV Kör-Meister, Ottmar Vogel, enthusiastically recommended him to fellow Germans. Quinn inherited his sire’s character and superior conformation, and like him, also became a German Bundessieger, as well as DV Sieger, Europasieger, IDC Sieger and AIAD (Italian) Sieger. These prestigious wins, along with

being dominent black, ensured Quinn was not only well used in Italy, but hroughout Europe. While Quinn was dominent sblack his sire, Elisir, produced both blues and blacks.

Elisir‘s value as a sire in his own right was not only affirmed by producing a great son like Quinn, but an equally brilliant daughter emerged in the Siegerin Lema di Campovalno, whelped in 1980 (Elisir x Favorit del Verdiano), Sch.H. 3, IPO 3. A splendid bitch, she became a standard bearer for the type of quality Dobermanns being produced by Gabrielle Prosperi’s Campovalano kennel in the Eighties. Lema was 16 times CABIB as well as AIAD (Italian), Europe and IDC Siegerin.
 
Elisir di Campovalano
Elisir di Campovalano
Multi-Champion,
Bundessieger, Sch.H. 3
Aldo v. Ferrolheim
Aldo v. Ferrolheim
Multi-Champion, Bundessieger
and DV Sieger, SchH 3
Lema di Campovalno
Lema di Campovalno
European Siegerin,
IDC Siegerin, AIAD Siegerin, IPO 1

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