Only the valid breeding warden license (in combination with a signature sheet issued by the responsible federal group’s breeding warden) entitles the already voted local group’s breeding wardens for the acceptance of litters. The acquired knowledge is indispensable for a competent consultation of the breeders and members in the local groups regarding all questions about breeding and upbringing.
Part 1: General part
Insurance regarding the dog
First aid to dogs
Structure of the SV
Part 2: Cynological basics
The nature of the dog
Breeding and upbringing
Alimentation and health
Anatomy of the German Shepherd
Part 3: Expertise part breeding
The breeding warden: Tasks, rights and obligations
Breeding shows and breeding licensing
Descent and identity
Hereditary diseases and their prevention
Written expertise knowledge exam at the end of the course. The questionnaire contains 10 questions each in parts I (General part) and II (Cynological basics) as well as 30 questions in part III (Practical part Breeding) from the SV’s “Handbook of Cynology”.