1. ”Oz” ( pure kangal ) x ”Be Good Tanya” (5/8 Boerboel )
4 males 2 females
Accepting deposits now.
Kangal x Boerboel with a twist really. Most people that see “Be Good Tanya” think she is a pure Boerboel, in actuality Tanya is my keeper from the Mandela ( pure Boerboel ) x Quatra ( 1/4 boerboel ) breeding come of age. She’s taller and more athletic then most Boerboel bitches but she is very good with livestock despite her 1/8 Dogo and 1/8 Dane so it would appear the Boerboel and Kangal in her has carried the day.
Temperamentally across the board she is a Boerboel for all practical purposes; biddable, sticky, not the least independent. The other trait of note on Tanya is that she’s probably the least trusting of, or interested in strangers, as any bitch out here……. by nature.
Most of the others, as soon as they see I’ve welcomed someone, will gladly come get a pat on the head like you were an old friend. Tanya, will keep an eye on you, as if my judgement, or motivation, might be suspect.
Click links below to see short video of litter
Pups on 6/7/14 1:43
Pups on 6/9/14 :55
Pups on 6/12/14 4:24
Pups on 6/19/14 3:21
Pups on 6/24/14 4:32
Pups on 7/4/14 5:00
just over 4 wks below
just over 4 wks below
1. Female keepers: I have more then I can keep.
Great opportunity for “local” ( local being a relative term ) homes willing to keep a bitch intact can get a pick of the litter female and or pup/s for FREE.
”You feed em I breed em”
Deals can be had, terms are flexible but will need to be secured with some collatoral up front until such time as the terms of the agreement are met. If you think you might be interested please give me a call we can discuss it.
2 Pure Boerboels ( papered ) Mandela x Boelbella
Mid june heat, expect pups mid August, homing mid October
ACCEPTING LIMITED NUMBER OF DEPOSITS NOW.
Finders Fee $300
For anyone that points me in the direction from which I ultimately acquire a Great Dane. I’m looking for something special, I don’t care where in the world it is, but please do have some reason to believe it’s a Dane of exceptional smarts, nerve, and courage our you’ll waste time, yours and mine both.
2. Mandela ( pure Boerboel ) x Boelbella ( pure boerboel )
First tie witnessed June 21, expect pure boerboel pups third week in August, going to new homes third week in October.
Accepting deposits now on papered Boerboel pups.
Mandela ( Boerboel ) x Tyra Banks ( Dogo/Dane )
Looks like that was a false pregnancy.
Those interested in this pairing might consider a breeding that is about to happen between
"Yessum" My female keeper from the first Mandela x Tyra breeding
( 1/2 Boerboel 1/4 Dogo 1/4 Dane )
"Homey" My Ghengis x Homegirl keeper
(3/4 Boerboel 1/4 Kangal )
Stay tuned for a proper work up with photos and video on these Yessum is going to into heat now end of June.
Scroll down for photos, and current options.
As a breeder I almost always keep a pup or two from every litter to study, to evaluate, despite knowing there are only so many slots to fill and most will be raised only to be parted with later. Call it rookie camp, there is no other way to be sure which ones I ultimately want, pups are placed too soon to really know. Those that remain are almost always my picks of their respective litters.
Every year the competition gets tougher, the dogs that stay better, those that don’t make the cut better. It’s simple math, I’ve got to loose an adult every time a youngster impresses enough to warrant it. Or a young adult by the time I decide a change is not warranted. I suppose the best analogy would be a sports organization; every year they bring in new talent, by a variety of means; farm system, trades, free agency. And every year they must get down to a certain number. It’s very much the same here.
Older dogs are subject to be moved on for a variety of reasons; some times to make way for new, different, or better genes. More often because I kept a youngster around long enough to take a better look at and it was no longer a “puppy” by the time I decided not to give it a slot. And less often because they simply reached an age that warrants it.
These can still be fine pets, and good editions to a family. In any case chances are if they stuck around my place long enough to grow up, much less get old, they’re pretty good dogs. Such a dog often times appreciates becoming and only dog more than one who has been graced with that status from puppyhood. As a result they can, and often do, bond all the more intensely with the singular devoted owner or family they have at long last found, which is all any dog ever really wants.
And though it’s rare that I am asked to do so, I will take back any dog I’ve sold, for any reason. As such, time to time, I will try and place one of those dogs in this section if I believe it’s suited to be re-homed.
I would encourage anyone not attached to the idea of a puppy to consider a dog from this section, they are often the best value on a number of levels, particularly for those who have an immediate need a puppy can’t fill.
!. Pick of the litter females
Several young adult “keeper” females: are available to “local” ( that’s relative, better discussed ) homes for free. Collateral however, will be required upfront, until new owners end of the agreement is fulfilled. There are several very nice females available to homes willing to keep them in tact and allow them to be bred a time or two on “you feed em I breed em” agreements.
Feel free to contact me if you think you might be a candidate, the specifics can be whatever we agree to.
2. Two mature adult females available:
A. Agressa Silva: A “blue” 1/2 Boerboel 1/4 Dogo 1/4 Kangal. In tact, about three years old. She’s is a very soft dog, handler sensitive, great with children, great with stock, chickens, etc. Surprisingly low dog aggression given the breeds in play.
A. Silva below
A. Silva dancing with her brother Silvio Burlesconi
B. Honey : A Kangal/Boerboel cross, in tact, about 4 years old. Honey is aptly named, just a very sweet dog, couldn’t be better with goats and chickens and such. Famously let about twenty hatchlings to take up residence in her nest full of young pups…. an unheard of thing in a new mother. She’s a great dog, and I would like the possibility to breed to her one more time…. so I’d prefer a home that would consider that option.
3. “ Pyrite MIca:” Year old male
My keeper from Oz x Yessum breeding: Born 9/23/13
Pictures coming soon.
As is almost always the case with males this guy isn’t going to stay on long term. Not a thing wrong with him, I just can only keep a few males around, and this guy has some of everything I have in him, as such can’t really be bred to anyone, and isn’t going to be “my dog” That position is extremely competitive.
I’ll get some photos and such of these options up soon, feel free to contact me with any questions, or to nudge me along on that.
I kept two females from the litter below, I should part with one.
pups: 50% Kangal 25% Dogo 25% Boerboel
8 females, 4 males
Pups going to new homes mid march
Accepting deposits now.
pick male on 3/3/14 sold
Pick female below on 3/3/14
I need to part with her or her fawn sister
You can see more photos of this litter by clicking their album
or short videos by clicking the links below.
This is a line breeding on my favorite dog Oz. Those of you who follow us regularly know we just did this pairing…….. and as pleased as I was with the results we most likely would have done it again, eventually….but not so soon. Both dogs, Lefty and Honey, were together on a friends yard, and they underestimated the things dogs will do to breed.
The good news is you can meet examples of this mix on my yard, the bad news is they are only 6 months older then these guys. I’d prefer to wait till they were a year or more before deciding if it’s something we wanted to repeat….. but c’est la vie, that’s not the way it went.
I will say this though, I’ve not had a young dog I can remember being more excited about then the male I kept from the first breeding “Innuendo” aka Endo. And I’ve gotten a lot of very positive feedback from the first groups owners. You could easily get the dog of a lifetime with this pairing.