AJSA BOHEMIA ROM-PAN:

(Brook, Iris & Flame's dam)

Sire: Ary z Valskeho udoli: SchHA, ZM, ZPO1, IPO1, SchH3, ZVV2, ZZZ, ZZP1, ZVP1, RH-E, RH-FLA, RHTA,
(Competed 6 x's in International Search and Rescue Dog (IRO) Examinations)
Dam: Ester ze Zlataku: ZPO1, ZV 1, ZVV2
Ajsa's certification/titles: CGC, BH, TDX, TR3, FH1
Hips/Elbows: 0/0
Pedigree: 1 of 2, DNA
Offspring: Click Here

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Ajsa was an imported female we purchased directly out of a kennel in Arizona in August of 2007. This kennel along with its associate kennel in the Czech Republic had Ajsa listed for sale as having earned multipule titles (ZPS1, ZVV1, ZVV2) while in the Czech Republic. We never received a complete, stamped CMKU scorebook on Ajsa.  The Arizona kennel after trying their best to avoid us, argued they mailed us the scorebook and we had lost it. Several years later we were able to find proof confirming Ajsa was in fact recognized as a non-titled dog by the CMKU. Ironically, this proof was offered by the same kennels that sold her to us. The following 2 CMKU pedigrees are dated 2008 and 2009 (click to view pedigree 12 and 3) showing 2 different dogs with Ajsa listed as a littermate to the sire.  It also confirms that the CMKU recognizes Ajsa as a non-titled dog with 0/0 hips.  Ajsa's current owner has since found time to put some titles on her and I will be posting them up as I find time to confirm them with the proper orginazitions. We see various web sites along with the current owner of  Ajsa listing her as having these false European titles and it needs to be known otherwise.

Ajsa is a large, strong female with dark sable color. She has received training in the disciplines of tracking / obedience and protection. Ajsa has good obedience and ball drive. Her protection work is very real and her tracking is perfect! Her temperament is solid, with a good attitude for work. She carries strong bone and head, very well proportioned female of good carriage and presence. Her working ability and pedigree is suited for Law Enforcement and the production of healthy, strong working puppies. Ajsa's pups have good health, super temperaments, strong nerves and high trainability with a special love for tracking and protection work.

Ajsa’s pedigree is full of excellent working dogs. Of particular interests are the number of Search and Rescue dogs and certified border patrol dogs (SP-PS) in her pedigree. Ajsa's grandmother Darka was both a working SAR and competition dog.  Ajsa's sire, Ary z Valskeho udoli was not only a level 3 competition dog (SchH-A, SchH3, IPO1, ZVV2), he was also an excellent stud dog who sired many working progeny in Europe. Ary was a working SAR dog that carried the following certifications from the International Rescue Dog Organization (IRO):
RH-E (Passed the IRO Test Standards for Rescue Dog Suitability)
RH-FLA (Passed the IRO Test Standards for Area Search level A)
RH-TA (Passed the IRO Test Standards for Rubble Search level A)
ZZZ (Test of Search and Rescue ability of the Czech Republic)
ZVP1 (The Water Rescue test of the Czech Republic – level 1)
ZZP1 (The Rubble Search test of the Czech Republic – level 1)

Ajsa’s great-grandfather was the excellent competition, working and producing stud dog: Bak Lablapega; 2 x M-CR-ZP ZM, IPO3, ZVV3, ZZP2, RH-FLA. Bak was not only a ZVV3 titled male and working SAR dog, he was a 2 time competitor at the World Championships of Search and Rescue Dogs. In 1995, these championships were held in Osek, CZ. There, Bak earned IRO Rescue Dog World Champion with 1st place in the RH_FLA competition with a high score of 293! In 1996 at Henndorf, Bak earned 3rd. place in IRO Rescue Dog World Champion in the RH-FLA competition with a score of 288. Bak also competed in the Rescue Dog Champion of the Czech Republic in 1992, 1993, 1995.

Ajsa’s great-grandfather was the excellent competition, working and producing stud dog: ;2 x M-CR-ZP ZM, IPO3, ZVV3, ZZP2, RH-FLA. Bak was not only a ZVV3 titled male and working SAR dog, he was a 2 time competitor at the World Championships of Search and Rescue Dogs. In 1995, these championships were held in Osek, CZ. There, Bak earned IRO Rescue Dog World Champion with 1st place in the RH_FLA competition with a high score of 293! In 1996 at Henndorf, Bak earned 3rd. place in IRO Rescue Dog World Champion in the RH-FLA competition with a score of 288. Bak also competed in the Rescue Dog Champion of the Czech Republic in 1992, 1993, 1995.