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Mr.Vishal Sudam 3-9-138,
Simhapuri Colony,
Near AOC Gate, West Mareedpally,
Secunderabad – 50026.

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MR.Azim farooqvi
no-61,Rasta peth,

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Mr. Ramaswamy
no-81, Epal panni Road,

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Mr.P.A.Suresh, No.80/A, 1st block,
East Jayanagar, Bangalore-560011

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Mr. Sanjay Desai,
177/2, Desai House,
Dhole Patil Road,

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Mr.Harish kapil,
Smrithi 240,
Race course,
Coimbatore – 641 018.

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Mr. Dhansekar
174, Lingavillas, Upper Bazar,

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Mr. Ramaswamy
no-81, Epal panni Road,

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Mr.Sanjit Kumar Mohanty – Pune.
Mobile: 93724 – 18018.

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Amrutsar, Punjab.

(German Shepherd Breeder)

Mrs. KalaKrishna
No-6 Kasturi Estate,
First St, Chennai-600018.

(German Shepherd Breeder)

No-65, GunRoack Enclave,

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Mr. Ramaswamy
no-81, Epal panni Road,

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Mr.Pradeep Ghosh,
No-10, Fakir Ghosh Lane,

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Mr. Soma Vidya Sagar 1-10.84
c/o, SLV tourist hotel, Station road,

(German Shepherd Breeder)

Mr.Swapnil V.Hasabe,
Z.P.Colony, North st,
Warnasi, Vishrambag,

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Mr. P.R.Karthick Reddy, Plot No: 854/B Road,
No: 44, Jubilee Hills, Hydrabad – 500 033.

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Mr.Rajan S.Thirumalai
Nanad Bhavan,
New Colony, Sagar(MP)

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No.201, 3rd Block,
2nd stage, Nayambhari,
Behind BDA Complex,

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Mr.Subas B.Kurade
No.34, Shaniwar Pethkarad Dist,

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Mr.p.s.t jambu keswaram,
no-27,NGGO Nagar,

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Mr.Indranil Mukhopadhyay
No-73, Maharaja Tagore Road,
Kolkata – 700 031.

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Vishwas Raj – Bangolore.

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Mr. Pradnes E.Jaksonde & Pravesh Shivhare
No:774, Near Buddha Mandir, Sadar,
Nagpur – 440 001.


THE FACTS: It is extremely important to learn the facts and possible consequences in advance if you are contemplating breeding your dog. In today’s overcrowded world, we-the wardens of our domestic pets – must make responsible decisions for them and for ourselves. Please review the following points carefully.
QUALITY: SV registration is Not an indication of quality. Most dogs, even purebred, should not be bred. Many dogs, though wonderful pets, have defects of structure, personality or health that should not be perpetuated. Breeding animals should be proven free of these defects BEFORE starting on a reproductive career. German Shepherd Breeding should only be done with the goal of IMPROVEMENT – an honest attempt to create puppies better than the sound, wonderful parents they come from. ignorance is NO excuse! Once you have created a life, you can’t take it back - even if it’s blind, crippled or a canine psychopath!
COST: German Shepherd Dog breeding is NOT a money making proposition, if done correctly. Health care and shots, diagnosis of problems and advance genetic testing to determine quality and breedability, extra food, proper facilities, stud fees, advertising, etc. are all costly and must be paid BEFORE you sell any pups. An unexpected Caesarean or emergency intensive care for a sick pup, or even a litter of sick pups as often happens with parvo, will make break – even litter become a BIG liability.
SALES: First-time german shepherd breeders have no reputation and no referrals to help them find buyers. Previous promises of “I want adog just like yours” evaporate. Consider the time and expense of caring for pups that may not sell until 4 month, 8 months, or longer…what WOULD you do? Send them to the pound? Dump them in the country? Sell them cheap to a dog broker who may resell them to research labs or other unsavory buyers? Veteran german shepherd breeders with a good reputation often don’t even think about breeding unless they have people waiting for the puppies, with cash deposits in advance for an average-sized litter.
JOY OF BIRTH: If you’re doing it for the children’s education, remember the whelpling may be at 3 AM, or at the vet’s on the surgery table. Even if the kids are present, they may get the chance to see the birth of a monster or a mummy, or watch the dog they love scream and bite you as you attempt to deliver a pup that is half out and too large some bitches are not natural mothers, and either ignore or savage their whelps. Bitches can have severe delivery problems, or even die in whelp. German Shepherd Pups can be born dead, or with gross deformities that require euthanasia. Of course there can be joy, but if you can’t deal with the possibility of tragedy, don’t breed.
TIME: Veteran German Shepherd breeders of quality dogs state they spend well over two hours a day, every day, for months, to raise an average litter. The bitch CANNOT be left alone while whelping, and only for short periods for the first few day after. Be prepared for days off work and sleepless nights. Even after delivery, mom needs care and feeding, pups need daily checking, weighing, socialization, and later grooming and training, and the whelping box needs lots and lots of cleaning. More hours are spent with paperwork, pedigrees and interviewing buyers. If you have any abnormal conditions such as sick puppies or a bitch who can’t or won’t care for her babies, count on double the time. If you can’t provide the time, you will either have dead pups or poor ones that are bad tempered, antisocial, antisocial, dirty and/or sickly – hardly a buyer’s delight.
HUMANE RESPONSIBILLITIES: It’s midnight…do you know where your german shepherd puppies are? There are more than FIVE MILLION unwanted dogs put to death in pounds in this country EACH year, with million more dying homeless and unwanted of starvation, disease, from automobiles, abuse, etc. A quarter or more of the victims of this unspeakably tragicstuation are purebred dogs “with papers. “ The German Shepherd breeder who creates a life is responsible for the life. Will you carefully screen potential buyers? OR will you say “yes” and not think about that little german shepherd puppy you held and loved now having a litter every time she comes in heat, which fills the pounds with MORE statistics – YOUR grandpups? Would you be prepared to take back a grown puppy if the owners could no longer care for it? Or can you live with the thought that the baby YOU caused to be brought into this world will be destroyed at the pound?
CONCLUSIONS: Because of these facts, German Shepherd dog breeding is best left to the PROFESSIONAL BREEDER!
  • A professional german shepherd breeder is one who has made a lifetime commitment to the well-being and IMPROVEMENT of one, possibly two, breeds.
  • A Professional german shepherd breeder has studied and researched his breed and knows, intimately, its history and Standard, its strong points and drawbacks.
  • A professional german shepherd breeder has spent time, effort and MONEY researching and proving the qualities and health of her potential breeding stock. Those that do not prove out are NOT bred. She plans a litter only with the goal of puppies better than the parents, not for profit or vanity.
  • A professional german shepherd breeder considers his dog’s health and well-being far more important than their ability to reproduce.
  • A Professional german shepherd breeder has both the time and mental fortitude to BE THERE for her breeding dogs and her puppies. She evaluates her litters and makes every effort to match puppy to buyer in temperament, attitude, and energy level.
  • A professional german shepherd breeder is, first and foremost, selling only to responsible, loving homes. While some exceptional pups may be saved for special show homes, the professional does not force entangling contracts or arrangements for “puppies back” on people who are only interested in a pet.
  • A professional german shepherd breeder keeps in periodic contact with the owners of puppies he’s sold, not only to see the development of his breeding program, but also because he cares about them.
  • A professional german shepherd breeder does NOT have so many dogs that she has no time for individual attention, play and grooming, or has to skimp on food quality, space, preventive medicine and health care.
  • A professional german shepherd breeder assumes responsibility for the life he creates – carefully screening buyers, helping find new homes, making a comfortable life for his retirees and yes, being able to make the decision to enthanize when a puppy born with a mental or physical problem has no chance for a quality life.
  • A professional german shepherd breeder builds a good reputation slowly, based on dedication and consistent quality, not on volume, advertising, or from a casual or self-glorifying attitude.
  • A professional german shepherd breeder goes further and assumes some responsibility for the problems of her breed as a whole – she belongs to an organization for the breed, she continues to read about new developments, and she works to reduce the number of her breed that are carelessly bred, ill cared for, or discarded.
  • A professional german shepherd breeder can look at a bigger picture than dog show wins or puppy sales, and contributes in some way to the betterment of dogs as a whole.
Educated owners want to buy from such professionals. If you want to join the professional ranks, involve yourself in a club for your breed, and take advantage of the knowledge and experience you will find in your fellow members. Begin the months and years of research that will be necessary for you to know your breed thoroughly before you think about breeding a litter. If you feel this is MORE obligation than you care to take on, choose the RESPONSIBLE alternative – have your pet spayed or neutered!
The History and Popularity of German Shepherd Dog in India
By Sanjit Kumar Mohanty
German Shepherds have always played a big role in Indian Dog Show Scenario. Today the German Shepherd as a breed in India is very popular among the dog lovers, breeders as well as show enthusiasts. Before independence, keeping a German Shepherd in the house used to be luxury and only the elite class of people like Royals, Landlords or English Officers were privileged to keep them.

Post Independence, one could see them only in rich and royal families. It is really interesting to know that the German Shepherd Dog then an un recognized breed known as D.S.H IN ITS FATHERLAND (GERMANY) was registered for the first time in India in 1910 ,by Mr. H. Triefflich who imported dogs from Germany. Till 1919 there was no evidence or registration, but royals and canine lovers kept on importing and the dog was then known as Alsatian the wolf dog, in the year 1919, captain P. Banerjee imported a dog named FOCH who was bred by Mr. Wright of U.K, and got registered with the INDIAN KENNEL ASSOCIATION, this is the first German Shepherd which was shown in Indian soil, at the 14th championship show in CALCUTTA (KOLKATA) on February 1921.

His highness the maharaja of Jind got fascinated with the breed and brought a pair bred by Mrs. E.M Cross, these dogs were born in 1920,from the same litter Mr. A.A.L Parson got a male named VIKING, all the three dogs were shown at the 7th Mussoorie show held on 23rd September ,1921.
At the same time flt. lt. bouverie brine had two bred-in-india dogs.

In 1923 Mr. Frank Colinwood imported a bitch from U.K. during this time a lady named Mrs. Normandy Rodwell imported AIRMANS CHAUKE and AIRMANS THALIA from the U.K.

AIRMANS CHAUKE became India�s first GSD (then Alsatian) champion in 1925.

In 1926 h.h maharaja of Jind imported BALDO V.D SECRETAINERIE,
THEN people like Raja Bahadur of Bhadri, Major J.W. Goldsmith, flying officer M. D. Ommanney, Mrs. f.e.g Godfrey, lt. col. Appleby and Mrs. G. Corlly smith took keen interest in development of the breed in India.
These eminent people decided form an association and founded the Alsatian club of India in 1928, and the office �bearers were: President-G.E.G.JAMESSON, EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE �MRS LYN CARLISELE, MRS. CULLEY, MR. C. A. HARDBOARD, PRINCE BAHADUR SHUMSHERE, FLT.LT.M.D.OMMANEY, HON. SECRETARY AND TREASURER-MRS,M.D.OMMANEY.

THIS CLUB PRESENTED cup for the best Alsatian, also Frido V.D SECRETAINERIE, challenge cup for the best Alsatian born in India and many other trophies and awards from 1930- 33 in the Indian kennel association championship shows. During this period apart from the above mentioned ladies and gentlemen, people like Mr. M.A.K Fraser from south Mrs. W. Knox Chick from north, Mrs. E. H. Fido, Dr. L. C. Smith and Miss. K. H. Wheatley took up the breed seriously to popularize the breed in India. Mr. J. W. Goldsmith became the first breeder to breed a Indian�bred champion.

Due to some uncertain reasons the Alsatian club of India of 1928, ceased to function in the early part of 1934,

Again due to efforts of some earlier members and patrons, in 1934 February, there was a meeting at the Bombay show and Mrs. Lyn Carlisle was appointed hon. secretary and treasurer, capt. H. Harrison became the president, members present were, Dr. L. C. Smith, Mrs. H. C. Captain.

Mrs. Lyn Carlisle issued the first pamphlet of the club in March 1934, due to some reason, Mrs. Lyn Carlisle was un willing, Dr. L. C. Smith took over from her and published the first magazine of the club in July 1934. Then the kennel club of India (successor to the Indian kennel association) was approached for the registration and affiliation, on 4t October 1934, K.C.I gave recognition to the new club. Both Capt. Harrison and Dr. L. C. Smith put their efforts to make the club asucess story and tried to popularize the breed. Monthly meetings, discussions and seminars were conducted for members, breeders and fanciers of the breed. Workshop on the breed standard, training, health related issues were conducted by experts like Capt. Harrison, Mr. Grove, and Mr. N. C. Bose. Even Capt. Harrison in one occasion described the anatomical difference between a wolf and a Alsatian (gsd), by getting a live wolf in the seminar.
Training and obedience classes were a regular feature at the Calcutta maiden.
The first championship show of the club was conducted on the 23rd august of 1936,at Calcutta (Kolkata), there were around 54 exhibits present in the show and Capt. Harrison judged the show. In the mean time the bred was getting very popular in Bengal. When Mrs. Corley smith left India most of her dogs were brought b V.D SECRETAINERIE y Mr. G. N Dey and Mr. N. C. bose. Mr. G. N. Dey acquired the great stud dog Ch. Lipper Von Grafenstein, and Thea Vom Hain.

And was a great advocate of the breed with passion, his sudden demise lost a ardent supporter of the breed according to his last wish Dey memorial trophies were created.

Mr.n.c bose aquried golden eagle of maresquel, Ella vom Grunnensteg,Basko Von Raventhalshof,Donner vom Billhoff,mr.bose bred very good gsds, and produced many show stunners.he definitely contributed for the upliftment of the breed in India.

A FEW OTHER personalities who took great intreast in the breed and club were raja bahadur of rajnagar,patet saheb of dhenkanal,mrs.gardiner, capt dina nath,mrs n.d.monte,the raja saheb of rampura, and mrs hillwood of concord kennel.
In august 1937 a committee meeting of the club was held to change the breed name from Alsatian to Alsatian(german shepherd dog), and also to change the name of the club from Alsatian club of india to Alsatian (g.s.d) club of India,the proposals were approved by the committee and was forwarded to the kennel club of India,the kennel club of India on the advise of kennel club of London granted the changes on October ,1937.

With the beginning of second world war office bearers and many member from the forces went for their active service duty, it was not possible take out the club magazine and much activities from 1941.

But notably some members like Mr. a.k.bose,mrs g.wicker-sham,mr.r.p.mitter,mrs d.f.morton,Mr. ashoke mukherjee,mr.b.n.ghose,mrs Chadbourn,mrs p.dendrino,seth hari kishore,Mr. h.inwood,lt.col.d.k.oldrini,Dr.l.c.smith, mrs taylor,capt m.z.khan continued to breed and show.

In 1945 mr.harrison returned, and the club started activity,Mr. r.p.mitter took over the charge of secretaryship from mrs.I.M.ROSETTI.

MR. mitter ran the club till 1948,then he handed over the club to capt.j.m.banerjee .the club members and office bearers put their efforts and time to make it a success.with more than two hundread members the club magazine was very successful with informative writting by Mr. Harrison,.
In the year 1952 the club got affiliated to the Alsatian league and club of great Britain,and in liu of its affiliation received as a present ---�bontfield challenge cup�for the best bred in India out of sire and dam imported from great Britain.and also a trophy for the best Alsatian imported from u.k.,on attaining championship .the club regularly sponsored tropheys and prizes, in dog shows all over India.
In the mean time there was ban on importing dogs due to foreign exchange regulation act.
In 1954 ,the club obtained import licence from the government,and six dogs were imported to help the members.

In 1955 the club revised its constitution and rules,.
The glorious landmark in the history of the club under the able stewardship of r.p.mitter was on the 11 th December ,1960, when the great german authority on the breed ,herr Heinz roper, came and judged the 21st club show at Calcutta.the way in which he judged the german shepherds, and demonstrated to the exibitiors and Indian judges, the qualities to look for in a german shepherd as a working dog.

The silver jubilee show of the Alsatian(gsd)club of India was held at calcutta,in 1963 at that time the country was under national emergency the show became very successful ,with mrs,g.m.barrington as the judge,she is probably one of the worlds greatest living authorities of the breed at that point of time.
For the success of this show letter of congratulation were received from raja saheb of bhadri,cdr Harrison,herr wener funk ,james .y.baldwin,german shepherd dog club of America inc,

When cdr Harrison left India to settle in Australia became the patron of german shepherd club of Australia.

. In the late 60s, German Shepherds from England and Germany came to India. People like Nawab Ahmed Hussain, Nawab Nazeer Yar Jung, R. P. Mitter, Ashok Mukherjee, Rajasaheb Bhadri, Maharaja of Baria, L. C. Smith, contributed a lot to the growth and popularity of the German Shepherds in the country. Especially, Mr. L. C. Smith from Bangalore produced top class dogs under the prefix �Sydenberg�, blending bloodlines from Ramacon Swas Buckler and Ajax von haus Dexel. Nawab Nazeer Yar Jung from Hyderabad, with his Prefix �Paighas� imported lot of quality German Shepherds from Germany, England and Australia and bred many obedience and show champions. Ch. Brando of Blue Blood, Ch. Nara von der Kahlerheide, Paighas Jung, Iccra Talismann were some of the dogs owned by them.

Then, a German Shepherd enthusiast from southern India, Mr. M. J.Krishna Mohan, owned a beautiful specimen Ch. Meridanes Dick. The dog won laurels in the show rings and created interest and love for the breed among the GSD fanciers. Mr. Krishna Mohan also imported some quality German Shepherds from top kennels from Germany, but his untimely demise was a great loss to the breed in India.

In the meanwhile, German Shepherd as a breed has become very popular for the Indian dog show ring as well as pet lovers. Mr. D. Krishnamurthy (Kingsway), Mrs. Y. Hemchandra (Yashbans), Mr. S. P. Mishra (Shivas), Capt. Pupala Ashok (Tanfield), Mr. A. Venkateshan (Sansburg), Karlstad kennel from Kolkata, Mr. Bharat Bhushan Beri form Kolkata, Chanchal Sarkar, Kolkata, Iqbal Singh Dhillon (Rising Star), Amritsar, Amar Iqbal Singh Bhinder (Super Star), Mr. C. V. Sudarsan (Chennai), contributed a lot to the steady rise in popularity of the GSD as a show and pet dog in India. In early 80s Mr. S. P. Mishra from Hyderabad imported many dogs from Germany and produced some good stock, viz., Ch. Shivas Zambo. An NRI from the US, Mr. Puri registered a kennel in the name of �Bronx Shepherds� and imported some American champions; Pride vom Cypress, a top American winner Avalon�s Hot Shot created interest and hype for Shepherds in Northern India.

Mr. M. C. Sharma of Jhajjar Shepherds came into the picture with one of Indian bred top winning Avalon�s Hot Shot son; he later imported German Shepherds from various top show winning lines in Germany and contributed to the gene-pool of North India with dogs like Till vom haus Beck, Nicos von der Wanasse, Zender van Noort.

At that time Mrs. Y. Hemchandra (Yashbans) imported lot of German dogs combining the herding and show lines. One of her famous imported female was Gilka vom Kirschental. She had got a very beautiful, darkly pigmented male nick named �Kai� who produced some good offsprings.

This was a time when India saw a large number of German imports in the show rings; the craze for German bloodlines grew among breeders as well as owners of Shepherds. A gentleman named Mr. Venkateshan with the prefix �Sansburg�, who was into Dobermans earlier, got into German Shepherds; he imported many German dogs and bitches in whelp from famous show lines of that time, viz., Norbert van Noort, Ajax van Noort, Cagney von Grahenheim (Uran son proved to be a top producer), Zambos von der Kahlerheide, Beta von der Kahlerheide, Lana vom haus Mohn, Woyna von der Kahlerheide, Gera van Noort and widened the gene-pool in the country. He won two titles of the Dog of the Year with his top winning female, Ch. Tussy von der Kahlerheide and with his dog Ch. Norbert van Noort. His kennel produced some top dogs and bitches like Sansburg Mark, Sansburg Zito, Sansburg Fiona,sansburg dino. His last German import Fox vom Wildsteigerland is still contributing to the German Shepherd gene pool in India. Mr. Venkateshan was instrumental in forming the German Shepherd Dog Club of India along with Mrs. Rajlaxmi Reguraj and Mr. C. V. Sudarsan and became the Secretary of the German Shepherd Dog Club of India. Latter on the club was affiliated to w.u.s.v germany.

At the same time, a young businessman from Pune, Mr. Sanjay Desai got involved in German Shepherd showing and breeding; he got success in shows with his Shepherd, Ch. Ago vom Kirschental (Reserve Dog of the Year) in partnership with Mrs. Y. Hemchandra. Later, he started showing and breeding under the prefix �Dogmatix�. He imported many quality German imports. He brought some of the finest Weinerau bloodline in the country. His famous winners were Orfano Blue Iris, Berny Blue Iris, Ferris Blue Iris, Fia Blue Iris, India Blue Iris, Odessa Fidelius, Stobuko Yohanessberg (one of the top producers form Germany), Uro vom Hambachtal, Dasty von der Weinerau, Uras von Blue Rose, Ful di casa Nobili (presently one of the top producers in the country), Vigor drei Birckenzwinger,2009 german v-9-igor von der rommelsh bach. Mr. Desai�s dog Hero von haus Mohn won the Dog of the Year award; he produced numerous champions like Nash of Dogmatix, Urla of Dogmatix, Quant of Dogmatix, Fan of Dogmatix, Chikey of Dogmatix, Tasha of Dogmatix and continues to breed quality Shepherds.he is the first breeder from India whose breeding is now being shown in germany. He is the present Secretary of the German Shepherd Dog Club of India.

Mr. Amar Iqbal Singh Bhinder from Amritsar, who is very knowledgeable in German Shepherds, bred some of the finest females in the country. He had a beautiful German import bitch called Senta von der Aliusburg, who was a Quino Arminius daughter. From his kennel, a bitch named Nathalie of Superstar became a showstopper and won many Best in Show lineups.

In Bangalore, late Mrs. Rajlaxmi Reguraj was a great ambassador for the breed. She joined the GSD movement by importing quality dogs and bitches. A dog owned by her �Ch. Kora�, became the first German Shepherd to be The Dog of the Year. From her kennel �Fleetwood and Artegal� came a finest female, Artegal�s Will of Fire and many others. Her son Mr. Nagendran Reguraj, who was an All Breed Judge and very knowledgeable in German Shepherds, handled all her dogs to glory and top positions. Mrs. Reguraj played a vital role in forming the German Shepherd Dog Club of India and was the first President of the Club.the g.s.d fraternity lost afriend at the untimely demise of Mr. nagindiran reguraj.

Mr. Amar Iqbal Singh Dhillon, an Ex Member of Parliament, entered the German Shepherd scene with his American import Darengo Leonhaus Journey and got some success in the show ring; he later shifted to German bloodlines. Under his kennel prefix �Rising Star�, he produced a lot of champions. The significance of his breeding is that he uses all the best import males available in the country. One of the top female produced at his kennel is �Ch. Kelly of Rising Star�. In his late 80s, he is still an active participant and makes it a point to be present in major dog shows and specialty shows.
In Delhi, Karwinder Singh and his sister Nina Anand, bred some quality dogs under the prefix �Fienberg�, with their German stock from Fidelius. They had a very beautiful Quando Arminius daughter, Gina von der Burg Reihnstein.

Mr. C. Ramaswamy from Coimbatore, under prefix �Goldwins� bred some excellent specimen, like Goldwin�s Marko and Goldwin�s Olimbus and many others from his German imports Sony von der Romerau, Dango von der Kahlerheide.

The mid 90s saw a young breeder from Bangalore, Mr. K. E. Ramesh join the group; under the prefix �Atensberg�, he imported a few bitches and dogs combining the bloodline of Quando Bohawald and Gorbi von Badboll and produced more than 50 champions of correct size and expression to everybody�s surprise. Atensberg Pinto and Atensberg Max were very popular show dogs.

Late Mr. Vijay Singh of Patiala was a great enthusiast and had a great passion for the breed. His kennel �Aye Vee�, produced very good specimens. He imported some of the famous winners like Videx Kimo, Videx Tula, Videx Nathalie, Fipssi vom Sultzblick, Rocky von haus Tepferd, Fedor von Steinwaypark. He was the Past President of the German Shepherd Dog Club of India. His untimely demise was a great loss to the German Shepherd Breed in India.

In mid 80s Mr. Bharat Bhushan Beri from Calcutta imported some quality German Shepherds from kennel �Estherlager� of Holland, owned by respected SV Judge J. G. Hann. His dog Goya von Estherlager won multi Best in Show lineups. Mr. Beri imported a beautiful female �Tina van dan Alheides Hoeve� and later imported an Ulk Arlett son �Yupp von Estherlager�; he imported many dogs from famous kennel �Bedwin� and contributed to the gene pool of the eastern part of the country. Mr. Chanchal Sarkar, from Calcutta imported a pair �Shooterways Xargas and Shooterways Yana�. This pair produced some excellent dogs and bitches from every

In south, Mr. Vijay Varghese, imported many good dogs like Xero vom Saverland, Wastly von Arlett, Jock von Restrauch, Verena vom Bewei, Tell von Winnloh and many bitches. He sold Xero vom Saverland and Wastly von Arlett to an experienced breeder from Pune, named Mr.Azim Farooqui. He produced some excellent specimens out of these two dogs, under his prefix �Fags�. He is regularly importing dogs from top German Lines like; Igor de Brunskilltal, Hulk aus Agrigento, Eros vom Nindorfer Haus for his breeding program.and his his home breds like fags fanny,and now fags nash are top specimen.

Another passionate enthusiast, Mr. Pradeep Kumar Ghosh from Calcutta imported manys from Germany and Bedwin kennel of England contributing a lot to the gene pool of the east. His famous winning dogs were Ciricho of Titenhof, Ch. Fando of Dogmatix who did lot of winning in eastern show circuit.

In early 90s Mr. S. Pathy from Coimbatore, owner of famous �Sanscraintes� kennel, took interest in German Shepherds and imported top class German Shepherds from Australia, England and Germany. He bred quality stock to improve the breed; his import Wadcre Dexi won numerous Best in Show lineups.

Mr. Guruprasad from Chennai who has a very good eye for German Shepherds, imported a glamorous dog called Yasso von der Urbecke. Yasso won a lot in Indian show circuit. Mr. Guruprasad bred some outstanding specimensout of Yasso and his import female, Gora de Grupeto and later on imported dogs like Flyn von Sanmarko,
Cent von der Urbecke to contribute to the development of the breed in southern is a committee member of german shepherd dog club of India.

In the meanwhile, a lady from Chennai, Mrs. Kala Krishna under prefix �Vinmin� imported a dog from Australia, Ch. Augnadow Cruister Classic; he was a deeply pigmented, masculine dog of good proportions. Later, she imported quality dogs from Germany,viz., Farinja von der Kahlerheide, Fanti vom Murrtal, Nita vom Murrtal, Quartz vom Murrtal. Quartz vom Murrtal proved to be an outstanding producer of many champions of her kennel.still she breeds quality dogs with her imports.

The year 2001 saw a new beginning, when a young man of Afghan origin named Abdullah Noori, got fascinated by GSDs. India saw a top winning and producing dog, V 10 � Quando von Nordlandzwinger a VA Scott v Deodatus son. Before that, in the year 2000, Mr. Noori�s import SG 34 � Karly vom Murrtal (Litter brother to VA Kevin) had become Dog of the Year in India. But Quando impressed the Indian show ring and created hype and enthusiasm among GSD lovers. With his ring presence, anatomy and movement, he became Dog of the Year for three consecutive years and also was crowned twice as the Indian Sieger. Quando produced a lot of top show winning progeny. Mr. Noori imported lot of winning dogs like; V 7 Fedor Steinway Park, SG 11 Rocky vom Haus Tepferd, V 11 Bob von der Grafenburg, and 1st VA bitch Hannie vom Team Fiemereck to contribute to the gene pool in India.

At present, a young breeder named Vishwas Raj (Bangalore - Wolfenhaus), has been very successful with his imports as well as his home breds. His imports, Xavier von der Urbecke, Delfa von der Urbecke, Yossy von der Urbecke, Lutzi von Stefanopertal have been very successful in the show ring.

Mr. Kapil Krishnamurthy from Coimbatore under the prefix �Kingsway�, has imported some very good shepherds from Germany. He has a quality Nero Nobachtal son and double sieger Yasko vom Farbenspeil son, Rascos von Messebau. He also has some top quality bitches in his kennel and is producing some good specimens out of them.his home bred kings way mika became a sensation we he clinched the vice sieger tittle in open class male category, in 11th Indian sieger show at coimbatore.

A young man named p.nityananda with his kennel prefix kingsland,from south a passionate breeder ,produced many champions by using the top producing sire eros frost-krammer,kingsland presented a progeny group by eros, in 2009 indian sieger show .and his home bred dogs are continiously winnining in all breed and speciality shows.

Apart from the above, Late Mr. Rajinder Malhotra, Mr. Mukul Vaid, Mr. Jagteshwar Singh, Sheriff Dayan,Mr. vivek jaychandran, Mr. Amar Parekh, Mr. Subhash Patil, Mr. Ajit Mathew, Mr. Vijay Ramakrishna, Mr. Pradeep Kumar, Mrs. Sashikala Giri, Mr. Saibal Chakrabarty, Mr. Somnath Ghosh, Mr. Avijoy Mukherjee, Mr. S. R. Prusti, Ms. Gauri Nargolkar, Mr. Ajmer Singh Dadhwal, Mr. vishal sudam, Mr. Peter Moses, Mr. Satish Shukla, Mr.
Aniruddh Singh, Mr. Sunny Dhaliwal, Mr. Abhai Kaul, Mr. P. A. Suresh, Mr. Jaskirat Singh Sethi, Mr. Sukhbir Singh Paintal, Mr. Harchand Singh, Mr. N. Santhosh, Mr. Ramabhadran, Mr. Jagdeeshwaran, Mr. T. P. Roy, Mr. I. Dhanashekhar, Mr. M. Mothes, Late Mr. Manuben Joshuaraj have contributed immensely to the GSD movement and development in the country.


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