“only in the spirit of love, sacrifice and great cost will we bring our breed to a state of genetic excellence”
Philipp GrünigPhilipp Grünig
“Judge, scientific breeder and profound student of the Dobermann”

Baron Cecar van Rensloo

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NHSB: 837342
DOB: 29-02-1976
Gender: Female
Colour: Black
HD: B-2
Titles: SchH 3, IPO 3, FH


Working Results:

  • Netherlands Working Champion.
  • VH 3 Schellingwoude Cup in 1978: 1st.

Show Results:

  • Netherlands Champion in 1979.

Baron Cecar van Rensloo was a calm, uncomplicated dog with much hardness. He passed his VH 3 before 23 months of age, followed by his IPO 3, SchH 3, RCI 3, FH and VZH. He passed the ZTP with 1A rating for character and V for conformation. His sire, Alva vom Franckenhorst, passed the German Erstkörung at 2 years of age with 1A rating while her maternal grand-dam, Gravin Grazie, passed the Swedish Körung. Cecar was dual champion in both working and conformation and was put to sleep at 13 years of age due to suffering from cancer.

Cecar's sister from an earlier breeding, Bonita van Rensloo, passed the German Erstkörung at 2 years of age with 1A rating and was the foundation female for the van Hermansjomaik Kennel while his sister from a later breeding, Eva van Rensloo, was the foundation female for the van de Groote Maat Kennel.

“This black male was a Dutch working and conformation Champion. He did very well in all of his Schutzhund trials as well as becoming the first Dutch Dobermann to pass a Tracking examination. His temperament and character was superb. He was outstanding in manwork. He was not an elegant dog but his body was compact and tough. He was very heavy, masculine and had a head that impressed many people. In Germany he was banned from breeding because of his HD-4 score. It's a sad thing as his strong hereditary qualities could have been an advantage for the development of the breed in Europe. In Holland and other countries (HD-2 score) Cecar sired some excellent progeny without any HD problems and the most important contribution to the breed was his son Baron Bryan von Harro's Berg.”

[By J.M. v.d. Zwan: In the beginning.....A history of the Dobermann]

Below is Baron Cecar's most influential litter and offspring:

  • von Harro's Berg “B” litter with Vitesse vom Franckenhorst:
    • Baron Bryan: SchH 3, FH and passed the ZTP with 1A rating for character and V for conformation plus winner of numerous show titles. He is sire of the van het Wantij “O” litter (Odin) and vom Norden Stamm “O” litter (Ondra).
Alva vom Franckenhorst
NHSB: 576278
HD: A-1
SchH 1, ZTP V 1A, Angekört 1A
Chico von Forell
DZB: 81130

Dt-Ch, Bdsg, DV-Sg
Odin von Forell
DZB: 78769, SchH 2, Int+Dt+Mon-Ch
Cita Germania
DZB: 77767, Bdsg
Amarilda von der Wachenburg
DZB: 81849
Ero von Eichenhain
DZB: 80542
Costa von Eichenhain
DZB: 79719, Bdsg
BryanStam's Gräfin Graziedotter
SKK: 48536/73
HD: A-1
Kasmir Kandy
SF: 1911/71
HD: A-1
Bryan von Forell
DZB: 80934, Nor+Swe-Ch
Kippis Girl
SF: 17202/67, HD: A-1
Gravin Grazie
SF: 10914/70
HD: A-1
Swedish Körung, Fin+Nor+Swe-Ch
Bryan von Forell
DZB: 80934, Nor+Swe-Ch
Assy von Eichenhain
DZB: 78670, HD: A-1