Storm is born 11.09.2012 in Åland, Finland.
His father is my own dog N DK UCH NORD VCH HEV-13 HEVV-13 NORDVV-13 FIVV-13 EUWW-15 Næssgården`s Always Action Ahead and his mother is HEJW-10 Kraaybell`s Blixtra af Boken.
He was one of eight puppies and he came to Norway in November 2012 and started his training to become a sertified tracking dog like his father. I Norway one must have access to such a dog in order to hunt wild game and also this kind of skills are needed to search for animals wounded in traffic accidents.
Storm is a very happy dog with a big personality. He loves to be outdoors and he doesn`t say no to a good long swim in the ocean or to carry sticks and branches or whatever he can carry in his mouth. He adores our familycat and likes to be in the center of attention.
He also loves to use his nose for searching so he has done very well in competitions both in Norway and abroad.
Norwegian Wild Game Tracking Champion
Swedish Wild Game Tracking Champion
Finnish Wild Game Tracking Champion
Nordic Wild Game Tracking Champion
He is one of two stabijhouns in the world to become Nordic Wild Game Tracking Champion - his father Amigo was the first.
He has also made an indurance test - a socalled Ausdauerprüfung (running 20 km beside a bicycle) in order to test his physique, his paws and his general muscle- and skeletoncondition. No problem at all; this was just a fun day for him!
Besides tracking competitions we participate in dogshows, both in Norway and abroad. Storm is both Norwegian and Danish Champion and has Norwegian, Swedish and Finnish CACIBs and multiple CK, BOB and also BOG-placements. In April 2017 he became BOG in a big international dogshow in Norway.
Storm is never nervous or afraid of any noices - he handles gunshots, fireworks, thunder without any trouble. He can work under all sorts of conditions, wheather big trucks are passing by at few meters or it is pitch black in the night. He has great stamina and doesn`t give up!
Storm has a litter in Denmark - two girls and two boys. They were born in February 2017.
The video underneth is from search training.