Our girl and first Saarlooswolfdog. She is still as headstrong and bold as when she was 4 weeks old and showed us: I choose this family!
Daya seems very open and social, but is actually not a big fan of people. She clearly shows her preferences and doesn't want anything to do with some individuals. She is very observative and notices the tiniest difference in behaviour, attitude, feelings or situation, which makes her more sensitive to stimulation. Daya comes from a so-called 'working line' and prefers an active life, as long as things advance - even when her owners can no longer keep up. She loves to work for treats and is very trainable. Dog school is way too boring, so we have switched to clicker training with the help of other Saarloos people and now to hand signals. She is perfectly suited for photoshoots and has been on television as well.
In Januari 2019 she has had her first litter and we notice that she has become more adult and lost some sharp edges. She's still a female though and her character is quite different from the males, there is a reason we call her our ADHD jumping jackrabbit from a bitchybitch line !
father: Damon-Draak Sawoduwhi aka 'Zoran'
mother: Nuca-Nanook Wakanda Tachunga
born: 13-Aug-2016 in Germany
DNA profile: Laboklin 1609-W-29853
Degenerative Myelopathy (DM): healthy carrier - blood test
Pituitary Dwarfism (Dw): healthy carrier - blood test
hip dysplasia (HD): A
elbow dysplasia (ED): 0/0
PRA & cataract: currently clear 21-Apr-2018, 13-Apr-2019 & 31-Aug-2020
ECVO eye test: all clear 21-Apr-2018, 13-Apr-2019 & 31-Aug-2020
- Belgian Conformity to the Breed Standard 21-Jul-2018 &
- Breeding Licence Flemish Breeding Commitee
(Art. 36 Flemish Breeding Decree)
character: usually open and sociable, sometimes reserved
height: 63 cm - weight: 30 kg
MyDogDNA / Wisdom panel:
Genetic Health Index (GHI): 94
Genetic Diversity (GD): 28 %
B-locus: B/b - brown carrier
I-locus: I/i - mid intensity
Coefficient of inbreeding (COI) on 5 generations: 1 %
Coefficient of inbreeding (COI) on 9 generations: 14 %
Ancestor loss coefficient (AVK) on 5 generations: 93,55