Males
EuroHund German Shepherd Dutch sitting for 9 year old Sophia. Two youngsters growing up together. Dutch is from top Schuthund/IGP lineage.
EuroHund German Shepherd Dutch showing his beautiful dark red sable coloring and everready outlook.
Dutch zur Bindenburg
Dutch is a large (90lb), athletic, intelligent,  responsive German Shepherd.  
He is an extremely devoted, level headed, family companion and protector.
His pedigree is filled with legendary world champion Schutzhund dogs from
West Germany, East Germany (DDR) and other European countries.  
Literally the "cream of the crop".  This bloodline has been very carefully
line-bred and outcrossed to produce healthy, courageous, loyal German
Shepherds with unsurpassed trainability and sound temperaments. Dutch is
the type of German Shepherd I could only dream of having as a young man.

As for family life, Dutch is one of the finest German Shepherds we have had
the pleasure to share our lives with. He loves our children and their friends.
He is always alert as to the whereabouts of the children. Dutch is a lively,
spirited friend and loves to play ball. When not interacting with the family,
Dutch is usually quietly occupying one of his favorite spots in the house. He
is easily handled by our children, as pictured above. Dutch enjoys visits to
the river, parks and downtown shopping areas.

Dutch puppies exhibit many of his traits and do very well in both working and
companion homes.
Hugo von Erz Hugel
Hugo is the son of our Dutch and Aura. He is the new
generation and we could not be happier with the
magnificent boy he is. He has been raised by our teen
aged son almost since birth. Hugo is an obedient dog,
trustworthy in public around strange people and dogs. He
has an imposing presence but is very sweet to his family
and friends.
Hugo's lineage is quite impressive and consists of dogs
known for their willingness to work/please their humans
and improving health/vigor.
Hugo is the dog that would have been bred years ago if
there was not so much divison among breeders, including
the former communist countries known for producing top
working dogs such as East Germany and Czechoslovakia.
Hugo is not a new version or type of German Shepherd, he
is a continuation of the real German Shepherds that have
been so difficult to find given the current division and
subdivision of the breed.
When someone says "working line Shepherds are not good
family dogs", they should meet Hugo. Proper breeding and
raising can give you the type of German Shepherd that built
the breed reputation. No Compromise.