Oakwood German Pinschers
© Oakwood German Pinschers - January 2021

Oakwood is not a high volume or

commercial kennel.

I work to produce superior German

Pinschers in a small home raised breeding

program.

I produce two or three exceptional litters

each year.

Explanation on Inbreeding Coefficients: The inbreeding coefficient (COI) shows how diverse the pedigree is with different ancestors and calculates the percentage of inbreeding based on how many times the same ancestors are found in a pedigree. The Ancestor Loss Coefficient (AVK) is the amount of genetics lost within the gene pool by doing a particular breeding combination. The Ancestor Loss Coefficient should be as close as possible to 100% and Inbreeding Coefficient being as close as possible to 0%. Genetics experts recommend a COI no higher than 6% in 5 generations with a recommendation of under 3% in 5 generations being ideal to maintain diversity. Follow this link to the Global GP Database where you can look at parents and puppy’s pedigree to assess the level of inbreeding as well as health testing. Please underatand that all health information is provided by the owners/breeders and should be independently verified. Example: Nikki’s litter with Force born in November 2017 is 1.279% COI in 5 generations with an AVK of 95.2%. Cami and Felek’s litters are 1.37% COI and 95.2% AVK. The Bryan x Kerin litter is 0.39%.I have bred several generations of outcrossed pedigrees and I have maintained excellent structure, type, health, temperament and movement. Contrary to breeders “popular belief” that line breeding is the only method to maintain quality and type, here at Oakwood we have proven that excellence and genetic diversity can both be maintained with beautiful, heathy and sound dogs in mind and body being produced without putting puppies or the gene pool at greater risk for genetic health and temperament problems by inbreeding or linebreeding.

Litter Plans

Tempest’s final litter is planned for the late

summer/fall. This litter will be by artifical

insemination using the awesome CIB/NL/DE

Kamp NJK'10 JW'10 Micky-Amigo von Cronstein

of the Netherlands.

Applications now being

accepted for both litters

Kerin’s final litter is planned for the late

summer. She will be bred to Ace - CH Oakwoods

Celebration RI SWE SCM SHDN CGC TKI. Both

parents are red and carry the gene for black and

tan. We expect that half or more of the litter will

be red.

Oakwood German Pinschers
© Oakwood German Pinschers - Jan 2021

Oakwood is not a high volume or

commercial kennel.

I work to produce superior German

Pinschers in a small home raised breeding

program.

I produce two or three exceptional litters

each year.

Explanation on Inbreeding Coefficients: The inbreeding coefficient (COI) shows how diverse the pedigree is with different ancestors and calculates the percentage of inbreeding based on how many times the same ancestors are found in a pedigree. The Ancestor Loss Coefficient (AVK) is the amount of genetics lost within the gene pool by doing a particular breeding combination. The Ancestor Loss Coefficient should be as close as possible to 100% and Inbreeding Coefficient being as close as possible to 0%. Genetics experts recommend a COI no higher than 6% in 5 generations with a recommendation of under 3% in 5 generations being ideal to maintain diversity. Follow this link to the Global GP Database where you can look at parents and puppy’s pedigree to assess the level of inbreeding as well as health testing. Please underatand that all health information is provided by the owners/breeders and should be independently verified. Example: Nikki’s litter with Force born in November 2017 is 1.279% COI in 5 generations with an AVK of 95.2%. Cami and Felek’s litters are 1.37% COI and 95.2% AVK. The Bryan x Kerin litter is 0.39%.I have bred several generations of outcrossed pedigrees and I have maintained excellent structure, type, health, temperament and movement. Contrary to breeders “popular belief” that line breeding is the only method to maintain quality and type, here at Oakwood we have proven that excellence and genetic diversity can both be maintained with beautiful, heathy and sound dogs in mind and body being produced without putting puppies or the gene pool at greater risk for genetic health and temperament problems by inbreeding or linebreeding.

Litter Plans

Tempest’s final litter is planned for the late

summer/fall. This litter will be by artifical

insemination using the awesome CIB/NL/DE Kamp

NJK'10 JW'10 Micky-Amigo von Cronstein of the

Netherlands.

Applications now being

accepted for both litters

Kerin’s final litter is planned for the late summer.

She will be bred to Ace - CH Oakwoods Celebration

RI SWE SCM SHDN CGC TKI. Both parents are red

and carry the gene for black and tan. We expect

that half or more of the litter will be red.