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Below are pictures of dogs we've bred at different stages:

     
 

Alpine Lion's Spartacus

Alpine Lion's Spartacus is the absolute poster child for what we produce as far as balance, attitude, size, stature, hieght,  . . .this dog is PERFECT!!. He has already re-written what can be expected from this breed.

He is show here pictured at 175 pounds and only 10 months old!!!!

(perfect conformation . . .topline, etc, etc . . . )




 

Alpine Lion's Czar

(pictured @ 6 weeks and 1 year old)

Czar is another fine stud from Alpine Lion's Tifa and Alpine Lion's Vader. Czar has all the size and stature you would ever want, without sacrificing his functionality. This deep cinnamon-red ambassodor of Alpine Lion has the true old school ideal we strive for: large size, blocky head, deep chest, straight topline, high prey-drive, guard instinct, and all the while keeping his agility, functionality, and long powerful neck (something being bred out of todays boerboels to satisfy America's need for size at all costs), not to mention he's very handsome. Mind you, this dog is still a baby!!


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Alpine Lion's Nuka

Alpine Lion's Nuka is a sight to behold. He has all the size anyone would ever want and the agility that comes with a true working boerboel. Nuka demonstrates all that we strive for here at Alpine Lion Boerboels LLC. He is a fearless protector and loving companion. Pictured here at 11 months old!!


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Alpine Lion's Obi Wan

Alpine Lion's Obi Wan is yet another perfect marriage of temperament, size, and athleticism from our top stud Vader. He is pictured here at 7 months old weighing in at 125 pounds . . . and he can throw it around like he was half that size. We expect VERY big things from Obi. His pack leader reports that while an amazing family member (three young boys) he never lets his true purpose fade away or be overshadowed by the fact thet he is a family pet.


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Lion's Den's Nala

(2nd generation Alpine Lion)

 Lion's Den's Nala is another flagship feather in the cap for our working boerboel line. She is about as balanced as a dog can get without being created in a labratory!! Nala is intelligent, fearless, loyal, athletic, agile, with an attitude customized for being a premier family protection animal. See her parents above (Raider and Kenya). Nala resides on the East Coast at Lion's Den Kennels where along with her near perfect parents she rounds out the foundational stock to  America's top working boerboel breeding operations. You go girl!!
 


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Alpine Lion's "Hank"

Alpine Lion's Hank is litter mate to Cuba and Dragon. He was really something else and only parted with him due to economic necestity. Pictured here at almost 1 year old, Hank was every bit Dragons equal and actually possibly his superior. Hank is unfortunately a gelding and has been living the life of beautiful pet/companion/protector for a lovely New Mexico family.  


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Boerboel Breeder Comparison

This comparison is done to simply draw awareness to distinctions in breeding philosophy and conformation differences. All breeders mentioned are VERY fine establishments, breeders, and pioneers in their own right. Below is a picture that illustrates Alpine Lion's breeding philosophy "We breed for SIZE, stature, athleticism, agility, temperament, and the often overlooked quality "handsome-ness". We do NOT sacrifice one of these qualities for the other!".

All dogs are females and of similar ages (within 7 weeks). On the left of all dogs walking is Alpine Lion's Etta Mae (only one walking off leash mind you). The other females are from Spitsvuur and Great Lakes. Alpine Lion's Etta Mae is in the middle of the individual pictures. We at Alpine Lion LOVE the fact that our client did this to establish his kennels. It isn't often that one can have such a visual comparison. Please stay tuned to watch all of these fine girls come of age. It should be very telling for the boerboel community at large. Not to establish "who's best", not at all. But it will provide the American marketplace with more of Alpine Lion's philosophy of "seeing is believing" NOT a piece of paper or a trophy.


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Alpine lion's Genghis

Alpine Lion's Genghis pictured at 6 months old. Genghis is proving to the world the sheer versatility of the working boerboel. Stay tuned for more reports of Genghis a he grows and shows!


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Alpine Lion's T-Bone

Alpine Lion's T-Bone is fire-breathing boerboel of the first order. He is the son of Alpine Lion's Ronin and Denali. He moves like a cat and has very keen protective (and hunting) instincts. T-Bone was sold to ensure that his fine folks living in rural New Mexico never became menu items of the mountain lions that frequent their area. So far, T-Bone has been quite the deterrent even 'treeing' a cougar on at least one occasion.


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Alpine Lion's Raider

(pictured from 2 months to 11 months)

Raider is another prototypical "working" boerboel from Alpine Lion. He is fearless, athletic, agile, handsome, chisled, and will be SOLID muscle when all is said and done! What Raider lacks in size and stature he makes up in sheer heart and FIRE! Raider is the progeny of 2 of the most athletic dogs the canine world has ever seen (Zsa Zsa and Vader). Look for his offspring with Kenya (Lion's Den Kennels out of Philadelphia). If you pass, . . . well, too bad ~ so sad. But, we told you so.


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Alpine Lion's Etta Mae

Alpine Lion's Etta Mae went to an American breeder that was determined to have the best from the world over. We are happy to say that Etta Mae (and Alpine Lion) is holding her own with the best breeders that the planet has seen (or at least some of the most prolific). Etta Mae is yet another fine addition to the Vader and our lady Tifa progeny (tall, athletic, excellent temperament, intelligent, and gorgeous). Stay tuned to watch Etta grow with her adopted sisters into an excellent Alpine Lion ambassador (ess?).




Alpine Lion's Domino

Alpine Lion's Domino is an athletic, fearless, protective boerboel. She is the daughter of Alpine Lion's Ronin and Denali. Domino favors the compact working boerboel that is often found in the more rural areas. She is a bit dog dominant but she is extremely loyal to "her" family. She has unparalled guard instincts and does not tolerate any sort of bad behavior from anyone.


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Alpine Lion's Kenya

(Lion's Den Kennels Philadelphia, PA.)

Alpine Lion's Kenya is basically growing and showing too fast for any accurate pictures. She is another fine product from Vader and our lady Tifa. Kenya is the big boned, dominant, straight conformation, protective, loving, boerboel female of boerboel breeders DREAMS. She answers those dreams at Lion's Den Kennels where she will be sure to produce boerboels that not only Alpine and Lion's Den can be proud of, the entire breed on a whole.


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Alpine Lion's Gruff

Alpine Lion's Gruff is a very intense boerboel from Denali and Dragon. Gruff was sent to manage livestock and eradicate predation on a ranch in Wyoming. Reports are that not only has Gruff taken care of the issue on his property but has expanded his perimeter to include several nieghboring properties (much to our chagrin as we had hoped to outfit the nieghbors with their own boerboel). Good job Gruff (too good).


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Alpine Lion's Finnegan

(Finnegan pictured at 2 months and 1 year old )

*"Fin" was 140 pounds at 8.5 months old -- he is lean and massive. See him here at upwards of 160 and not even close to filled out! When all is said and done Finnegan will be a benchmark Alpine Lion Boerboel . . . Huge, with agility, athleticism, chisled musculature, high prey drive, excellent guard instincts, and as handsome as the best dog models on the planet!! ---Way to go Fin!


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Alpine Lion's Sadie
Alpine Lion's Sadie is another very well put together female from Tifa and Vader. She is sweet (although a bit dog dominant), churlish, protective, with a beautiful blocky head and stout frame. Look for Sadie's "brother" (name and pictures forthcoming) the new addition to the family to be making his appearance on the progeny page soon.

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Alpine Lion's Deacon
Alpine Lion's Deacon is the son of Denali and Dragon and he is another fine addition to the numerous beautiful, striking, well-balanced, staturesque boerboels these 2 are both capable of producing. Deacon (pictured here from 8 weeks to 28 months old) is a loyal friend, protector, and a sight to behold at 175 (or over) pounds lean and agile. Good job Deacon, and you're not even done becoming a man. 

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Alpine Lion's Joost
Alpine Lion Boerboel's Joost is another prototypical "working" boerboel from Tifa and Vader. He is lean, ripped, agile, protective, sizable, and a true outdoorswoman/man's best friend. Joost weighs in at about 140 pounds --chisled. He moves like a panther and is an absolute joy to behold. If you like looking at the musculature in thoroughbred horses while they run, then boerboels are for your dog fancy . . . and our Joost is one of the showpieces of this gorgeous trait. 

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