SG Jadzia Navaro Bohemia - "Zia"

Zia is a darling girl with such a pleasant presence. She greets with a very friendly and happy manner, tail wagging joyfully and eyes full of love. She is delightfully affectionate to everyone she meets. Comments from strangers, family, friends, our veterinarians, and vet techs are filled with awe at her beauty. The remarks are near constant, and repeatedly shared. Warning: if you get one of her puppies, you will never take a walk again without getting stopped by someone in awe of your dog's magnificence. Zia's coat is one of the deepest reds. Her color patterns are captivating. My favorite part is perhaps the details of her dark black/red mane. Her beauty draws a crowd wherever she goes, and then her affectionate nature makes her even more popular. Zia is a playful girl, and loves other dogs. While we don't have any cats ourselves, Zia loves to visit the cats up for adoption at our vet clinic. Zia has a functioning classic shepherd on/off switch and can play or be calm in intuitive reflection of a given situation—this is such a valuable trait in a companion!
See more of Zia on instagram @EuroDejaShepherds where you can watch vidoes on her highlight labeled "Zia".

Zia's father is the famed 2x VA2 BSZS (world championship) 2019 and 2021, SG1 BSZS (world championship) 2018 Krisu Vom Patzenberg IGP3 Kkl. Krisu is the son of world-famous Remo. Zia's own Mom achieved Siegerin at BSZS 2018--Arela Navaro Bohemia. These names do not typically hold the weight that they should to the average layperson who doesn't know these dogs, but the quality of this lineage is delightfully evident to anyone when interacting with a puppy. This only becomes more and more apparent as the puppy grows and develops into what feels like a partnership.
   View Zia's full, interactive pedigree here.

Zia’s hips are SV a-fast-normal and elbows SV a normal.

From her Embark Panel, Zia also tested DNA CLEAR of ALL the following known to effect German Shepherds:

  • Degenerative Myelopathy (DM)
  • MDR1 Drug Sensitivity
  • Scott Syndrome (a defect in platelet function leading to impaired secondary hemostasis)
  • Canine Leukocyte Adhesion Deficiency (A disorder of white blood cells)
  • Factor VIII Deficiency, Hemophilia A, (Blood clotting disorder)
  • Hyperuricosuria and Hyperuricemia or Urolithiasis (Causes kidney and bladder stones composed of urate)
  • Sly Syndrome (A type of lysosomal storage disease)
  • Achromatopsia (a progressive disorder of the retina)
  • Renal Cystadenocarcinoma and Nodular Dermatofibrosis (A multiorgan syndrome)
  • X-linked Ectodermal Dysplasia Anhidrotic Ectodermal Dysplasia (a developmental condition)

None of Zia's puppies will have two abnormal genes and therefore be considered “at risk” for any of the above.

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