I've always had working dogs of some sort; however, most were hunting dogs of some flavor. I've had good dogs, bad dogs, healthy dogs, sick dogs, cheap dogs and expensive dogs. Experience has taught me a few things along the way when purchasing a dog. I now live by the adage, "Buy a puppy from a proven line instead of spending your resources fixing problems of convenience and mediocrity."
I'm from the school of thought, "Form Follows Function", which simply means, if a dog does what it was bred to do, then naturally its structure (form) will be correct. The key is honest evaluation, but to do so one must get the dog out doing what it was bred to do.
Our kennel is built from a solid working foundation. We sought the best - based on evidence available; therefore, we imported our dogs directly from Hungary - their native land.