BERGER BLANC SUISSE /
WHITE SWISS SHEPHERD
(Little Frost Wolf)
THE BERGER BLANC SUISSE IS AN AMAZING BREED.
THEY ARE A DEVOTED FAMILY PET AND EASY TO TRAIN.
TYPICALLY VERY FRIENDLY WITH OTHER PETS
I HAVE FOUND THEM AVID LEARNERS THAT NEED A WILLING HUMAN PARTNER WORKING WITH
THEM IN YOUR CHOSEN ACTIVITY
MY BBS LOVE WORKING WITH THEIR HUMANS IN
OBEDIENCE TRAINING, SWIMMING, AGILITY, TRACKING, NOSEWORK AND HERDING. THEN COMING HOME TO CALMLY LIE OR CUDDLE AFTER A DAYS FUN.
ARE YOU READY FOR A DEVOTED COMPANION?
All of our dogs are from imported stock
After some exhaustive research we were able to find a breeders that respected the FCI circulaire 07/77. A policy implemented to control the out of control registratiion of this fledging breed.
They sold me Inca of Trebons Berger Blanc as a 10 week old puppy. I now have three girls from Trebons Berger Blanc and their referral allowed me to acquire my boy from White Dream Team in Croatia. Donauwelle of Chocolate Ice from the Hungarian Kennel Chocolate Ice. Lirio of The White Company is from the Madrid area of Spain.
All my breeding stock must meet a high standard for breeding. All are DNA checked for health and hips and elbows are cleared for dysplasia. I spend the time and money to show my dogs in conformation shows to be seen by professional judges to attest to my dogs quality in structure and mind. My dogs also need to show they are capable of working in the fields of performance they were bred for.
There are people of the opinion that believe the BBS/WSS, UKC's White Shepherd and the White German Shepherd are the same breed.
They are not.
The Standards differ from each other. I think these differences will be significant when one considers that responsible breeders are breeding dogs to those individual standards. These differences become more exaggerated as later generations are born. An example would be the German Shepherd Dog. The slope in the back is more pronounced today than it was 40 years ago.
My first passion was the German Shepherd Dog. That changed as breeders bred toward an, ever increasingly, sloped back. I believe this has made the GSD less of a working dog. The BBS/WSS is from the GSD of 70 years ago. The dog I admired.
Switzerland and other European breeder enthusiasts have worked decades to develop this breed from the White German Shepherd. I respect these efforts and will be breeding to the recognized FCI standard and Circulaire 07/77