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Sundaneka pups are bred for "household family companions" and are ALSO suitable for show and obedience activities.

They are not bred for guard dogs, security work or "back-yard" dogs.

German Shepherds are companion animals and require the love and companionship of a family environment,

     Definition:  Companionship means the fellowship - association - the act or fact of keeping company
with and being maintained within the household of the owner or person who cares for the animal.

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We strongly recommend "Crate Training" for your puppy to assist in housetraining.

At Sundaneka, your new puppy comes with six weeks insurance from Petplan Health Insura

Deposits are generally taken well before the puppies leave after 8 weeks.
We would prefer to meet you prior to accepting a deposit or sale.
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Sundaneka Marju (Sybil)
Sundaneka Olympic Dream x CH. Ustinov vom Romerland
Hi Graeme,
I've been meaning for a while to drop you an email about this; I'm a big believer in acknowledging people's achievements where due, and I figured you'd enjoy knowing how your dogs have settled in and how they're going. We have now had Sybil for a year or so, and she is just beautiful. We have had a number of shepherds over the years - but none remotely like Sybil. People who meet or know her say the same, she is by every measure the perfect dog. I've never seen a dog from puppy stage to her age now, as confident, contented and intelligent as her - she is undeniably a valued member of our family. While we have done our best to incorporate her into our family life, such that she knows her value - there is a huge amount that comes down to her breeder, blood lines, etc, and in that regard - Sundaneka is absolutely second to no other. You have done a great job, and we are immensely pleased to have benefited from this - as we will for the next ten or so years. We are indeed very happy customers! Thanks Graeme. Regards, Jonathan and Amy, Avalon Beach

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Litters Available


Our pups will combine lines of
VA *Ch. Ustinov vom Romerland(Imp. DEU)
V *Ch. Vablo vom Osterberger-Land (Imp. DEU)
VA *Fultz Di Zenevredo(DEU)
V *CH. Sirio vom Rauhtal(Imp. DEU)
VA *Gavin vom Hasenborn(DEU) (LSC)
V *Pirlo von Arminius (IMP DEU)

Born: 18/06/2023

Available: 3 females.

Combining the lines of:

Sire:  V *Pirlo von Arminius (Imp. DEU)
Dam: V Ch. Vablo vom Osterberger-Land (Imp. DEU) daughter
*Sundaneka Queen Bee AZ
Sundaneka Queen Bee
Ready to go to their new homes after 18th August 2023.

Sundaneka have further litters planned.
This page will be updated when a litter is born.

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Puppies are on the full register with Dogs NSW with the certificate signed
                                 "Not for Export(Unless authorised)"
                                  "Not for Breeding (Unless Authorised)"
Puppies are vaccinated at 6-7 weeks, microchipped & tattooed at 8 weeks.
Puppies are wormed at 2,4,5,6,7 and 8 weeks of age.
The mother has access to the puppies up until they leave for their new home.
Puppies are socialised with our other older dogs.
All puppies are supplied with full documentation, diet guidelines and information on the care of the puppy.
Puppies come with 6 weeks insurance through PetPlan
Sundaneka breeds to improve on the animals in our kennels with our main emphasis on character and trustworthiness.
We reserve the option of retaining any puppies of our choice.
Deposits are required to go on a waiting list. All deposits are fully refundable if life gives a curve ball.
We reserve the right to refuse a sale and/or return deposits at our discretion.


Below are some abbreviations, definitions and terminology commonly used in the German Shepherd Dog World.
We hope this table will also help you read German pedigrees and will aid you in understanding German Shepherd Dog abreviations.

German Shepherd Dog = Deutsche Schäferhunde (Ger.)
Verein für Deutsche Schäferhunde e. V. (Ger.) - Club for German Sepherd Dogs Inc - the main (original) GSD club and breed registry, based in Germany.
The World Union of German Shepherd Dog Clubs
The German Shepherd Dog Council of Australia. The German Shepherd Dog Council of Australia (Inc) was founded on the 13th April 1960. It is directly affiliated with the Australian National Kennel Council (ANKC) and comprises all the German Shepherd Dog clubs and associations in the states and territories of Australia
Deutscher Verband der Gebrauchshundsportvereine (Ger.) DVG is the oldest and largest Schutzhund training organization in the world. Begun in 1903, DVG was Germany's first police and service dog club and has now grown to nearly 30,000 members.
Federation Cynologique Internationale (Fr.) - world canine organization
The Governing body for all the Canine Kennel Controls in Australia.
Hip & Elbow Classification
HD "a"
Hip Dysplasia Classification in Germany
HD a-normal - the best hip rating possible from the SV in Germany
HD a-near normal - near normal hips
HD a-noch zugelassen - hips are still acceptable for breeding
HD certification was passed in another country rather than Germany.
Elbow Dysplasia Clasification in Germany
ED normal - the best elbow rating possible from the SV
ED a-near normal - near normal elbows
ED a-noch zugelassen - elbows are still acceptable for breeding
ED certification was passed in another country rather than Germany.
Zuchtwert (Ger.) An estimated Breed Value. Is used to aid breeders in making the selection of breeding partners for their dogs according to their hip status. A breed value of 100 is an average for the breed. Each breeder should strive to produce offspring with a Breed Value LESS than 100. Based on the results of  the family tree and progeny.
Hip Dysplasia Classification in Australia: A-stamp for hip classification awarded by the GSDCA
for hip X-Rays submitted and within the acceptable range of breeding classification.
Elbow Dysplasia Classification in Australia: Z-stamp for elbow classification awarded by the GSDCA
for X-Rays submitted and within the range of breeding classification.
Show Gradings
Bundessieger-Zuchtschau (Ger.) World Championship - a yearly international championship of the German Shepherd Dog held in Germany (Sieger Show).
Bundessiegerprufung (Ger.) German National Working German Shepherd Dog Championship - a yearly Schutzhund competition.
Zuchtbewertung (Ger.) = show rating.
Vorzüglich Auslese (Ger.) = Excellent Select - Show rating only awarded at the Sieger show in Germany in the working dog class. VA(BSZS). If awarded in other countries, the country the dog was awarded is placed in brackets eg. VA(I) [Italy]
Excellent Merit
Somewhat equivalent grading in Australia to a VA but without the exhibit having working titles.
Sieger- awarded this classification for the dogs conformation and producing capabilities surpassing all other entrants in the BSZS show.
Australian Sieger
Australian Sieger - A dog judged at the German Shepherd Council of Australia's Main Breed Exhibition and awarded this classification for the dogs conformation & producing capabilities surpassing all other entrants in the show.
Vorzüglich (Ger.) - Excellent - Show rating awarded in working class only. Also a SchH rating awarded to dogs who score 96 points or more out of 100 in SchH trial/competition.
Excellent(Aus) - Show rating awarded in "Open Class" only.
Multi Excellent
The dog or bitch has been shown in the "Open Class" and has been graded excellent on numerous
Sehr Gut (Ger.) - Very Good. Is the highest possible show rating a dog can obtain in Youth Class or Young Dog Class. Also a SchH rating awarded to dogs who score 90-95 points out of 100 in SchH trail/competition.
Gut (Ger.) - Good (Show or working rating)
Ausreichend (Ger.) - Sufficient (Show or working rating)
Mangelhaft (Ger.) - Faulty (Show or working rating)
Unsatisfactory (Show or working rating)
VP or VV
VP or VV(Ger.)- Very Promising (the highest rating awarded in Puppy Classes < 12 mths)
Promising (awarded in Puppy Class < 12 mths) Note: < 6mths not shown in Germany
Not Promising (awarded in any Class due to minor conformation faults)
Awarded in any Class due to major conformation or character faults
German Age Grouping Terminology
Rüden (Ger.) Male dogs
Hündinen (Ger.) Female dogs
Nachwuchsklasse(Ger.) = Young Class - age group 9-12 months.
Jugendklasse (Ger.) = Youth Class - age group 12-18 months.
Junghundklasse (Ger.) = Young Dog Class - age group 18-24 months.
Gebrauchshundklasse (Ger.) = Working Dog Class - 2 years or older, with working title (the dog must have at least a SchH1 or comparable working title in order to be shown in working class. It is not necessary to have a Kkl to show in working class).
Terminology and Awards in the name or titles of the dog
vom & von der (Ger.)
"vom = by the" & "von der = from the." in the name of the dog.
Schutzhund (Ger.) = Protection Dog. There are 3 levels: SchH I, SchH II, SchH III. SchH equivalents are ZVV, SVV, IPO, VH, and others.
International title, equivalent to Schutzhund. There are 3 levels: IPO I, IPO II, IPO III.
IPO classfication is the modern method of classification.
Ausdauerprüfung (Ger.) - an endurance test performed by gaiting approximately six to ten miles per hour (6 to 10 km/hr) for about 12 miles (20km) with a ten minute rest halfway and a simple obedience test at the end. AD is a prerequisite for a Korung evaluation.
Begleithunde (Ger.) Initial Temperament Test and a Prerequisite for Schutzhund. Consists of an obedience test and a traffic/temperament test.
SV Breed survey. The purpose of breed survey is to select from the breeding registry a number of dogs that in their character, performance, and anatomical construction appear suitable for the conservation and improvement of the breed.
Körklasse - Breed Survey class (Kkl1 or Kkl2) In order to be breed-surveyed a dog must have a SchH, HGH or IPO title, must also have approved hips, pass an AD, and have a show-rating of G or better. All dogs classified in Germany now are awarded only a Kkl classification with no discrepency for Kkl1 or Kkl2 .
Körklasse 1 - the dog is especially recommended for breeding (Past Practise)
Breed Survey Class 1 classification in Australia. The parent has been breed surveyed
and classified well above average and suitable for breeding.
Körklasse 2 - the dog is still suitable for breeding (Variations from the breed standard in conformation, such as too small or too large, a missing tooth, structural or protection work fault, etc., are issues that can cause a dog to be Kkl2 rather than Kkl1). (Past Practise)
Breed Survey Class 2 classification in Australia. The parent has been breed surveyed with
minor faults and above average and classified suitable for breeding.
An asterix prior to a name indicates the dog has a survey classification.
Lebenzeit (Ger.) = for life - The result of a Breed Survey (Körklasse) is for life (normally after the second Survey)
Herdengebrauchshund (Ger.) = Herding Dog
Polizei Hund (Ger.) = Police Dog
Fährten Hund (Ger.) = Tracking Dog - Advanced tracking title
Search and rescue
Gradings in the Working Ability of the dog in IPO trials.
Triebveranlung, Selbstsicherheit und Belastbarkeit (Ger.) = drive, self-confidence, and ability to handle stress - in a courage test. Ratings are “pronounced,” “sufficient” or "insufficient."
T1, T2, T3 or T4
The dog is removed from farther participation in the Sieger show due to TSB failings. Each number indicates the reason for removal.
Is indicating that even though the dog has demonstrated “pronounced” TSB, the dog did not release on command during the courage test. (Did not "Out").
TSB vorhanden (Ger.) TSB “sufficient” – not enough to continue on in the competition.
TSB nicht genuegend (Ger.) TSB “insufficient”
The dog removed from farther participation due to lack of obedience or control (the dog failed all three allowed attempts to heal to the blind).
General Terminology
Wurftag (Ger.) = date of birth
Züchter (Ger.) = breeder
Eigentomer (Ger.) = owner
Halter (Ger.) = holder
Führer (Ger.)
Ahnentafel (Ger.)
Kennles von Lotta
German Shepherd breeder
Vater (Ger.)
Sire (Father)
Mutter (Ger.)
Dam (Mother)

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