It was and is our goal to breed Dream Boxers who combine all good
characteristics of this lovable breed. What was closer than to name this kennel GERMAN
In order to get a little closer to that dream we acquired Tequilla vom Haus Rehberg,
who was a non-white breeding bitch.
With her first litter, after Ibsen von der Sembacher Flur, she exceeded all of our expectations and
hopes. Four of her nine puppies became champions (Atlanta, Aglaia, Arielle and Artus),
and they were all healthy. They proved their character during examinations and breeding
There was no question but to continue breeding with Atlanta, who orginiated from this
litter. My primary wish to breed a dream boxer had been fulfilled by her. We did not
mind the long trip to Italy to have her mated, and it was a success. Atlanta and Chaos gave
us the champion Future, who in the meantime has proven his hereditary
qualities. To bring new blood into the GERMAN DREAM line we acquired the Apache
daughter Priska Lug ins Land.
During the course of time she had five trouble-free litters.
Once again, we made the trip to Italy to mate Atlanta with Dylan
de Centurrioni. And once more champions were born, among others In-Petto vom German
who is already a Multi-Champion at the age of 2. At ATIBOX 2002, he not only made champion,
but was also voted as best in breed, and, therefore, won everything possible
at the biggest international dog show.
At the same time our kennel presented a breeding group at this show, which placed #1
first among 13 international competitors.
Our biggest personal success, however, was the Annual Champion Breeding Show 2001.
From 8 possible champion titles we were able to claim three annual youth champions
and one annual champion.
This success had never been reached by a German kennel before.
In the meantime there are Laola, Kalifornia and Irish-Coffee romping around our garden
amongst our four children. Three young bitches who are aimed to become successors of
the aforementioned breeding dogs. All of our dogs are our childrens best friends.
They all live in our house and are part of the family.
It is always an experience whenever a litter is born. The grown-up dogs and the puppies
run around the house with our children. This way, they get acquainted with all they
need to know for their boxer life. This is very important to us, especially since raising
the puppies within the family boundaries promotes social behavior, and substitutes
a guarantee for the purchaser of a puppy to get a dog who is used to life with human
Meanwhile, there are German Dream Boxers in many countries of the world - even in Korea
- who pass on the bloodline of our kennel, and the pedigrees of the future will continue
to carry the name German Dream.