Shards of Narsil von Nine Realms, CGC, CGC-A, CGC-U
ASCT Certified Patrol Tracking, Narcotics Detection
Narsil is 4 year old, female, black sable, working line German Shepherd with medium prey drive, high hunt/search drive, high food drive, solid nerves, and high sociability. She was purchased specifically to be the ambassador for Nine Realms Canine Training. Narsil is a certified narcotics detection and patrol tracking canine through the American Society of Canine Trainers. She has also recieved her Canine Good Citizen award. In addition to narcotics detection and tracking Narsil is also trained for many service tasks (retrievals, behavior interruptions, alerts, sound alerts, blocks, grounding, light switches, opening cabinets, forward momentum pull, etc.), advanced obedience and helps with group and private lessons. She has helped with countless reactive dogs and their rehab.
Ronan Nial Lynch von Nine Realms BH, IGP1, FPr1, RN, CGC-A, CGC-U
Ronan is a 3yr old working line German Shepherd. Ronan was purchased as a dual purpose patrol dog prospect and it quickly became evident that he did not have the nerve, socialization, and environmental stability to be a police canine. He has extreme ball drive, high hunt drive, never ending energy, and full and hard grips on a sleeve or suit. He is social with people and neutral with most dogs. Ronan bonds tightly with his person and can be a bit of a velcro dog. Ronan has switched careers and has achieved his IGP 1.
Letti Aus Der Asche
Call name Herja (the name of a Norse Valkyrie whose name means to devastate or she who wages war). Herja joined the Nine Realms pack in April 2022. Herja will be a permanent member of the pack as a breeding female. Herja is in trainng for patrol tracking, explosives detection, and personal protection. Once she passes health checks and certifies through ASCT as a tracking and explosives detection dog then we will consider breeding her. Herja has HIGH ball drive, high energy, full/firm/HARD grips on sleeve/suit/hidden sleeve. She is a serious dog that means business in protection, her aggresion is real, and the harder the decoy fights her the stronger she becomes. She has an excellent balance of prey and defense. Good with other dogs, neutral with people or aloof (no inerest in making friends but also no sharpness with strangers). Herja is exactly what I am looking for in a bitch to produce my preference for police and working dogs (high ball drive, high prey, real aggression, firm/full/hard grips, can take a lot of pressure from a decoy, confident, environmentally sound, all while social and easy to live with). I look forward to what she accomplishes and produces.