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Poets (Pouts)


Female Belgian Laekenois  (deceased)
Color: light fawn
Owner: Jan Baptist Jansen
Breeder: Jan Baptist Jansen
Sire: Vos I (Vos de Laeken)
Dam: Moor (Jan Baptist Jansen)


photo Poets (Vos I x Moor) painted 1899 by Verschraegen.

Even a little bit long, this female has an notable type and shows very good the pure fauve from the dogs of J.B. Janssen.
Le chien de Berger Belge by Dr Surget

Vos (aka Vos I) was mated to a brown/brindle shorthaired female known as Lieske, or Lise de Laeken. From this mating came Diane and Mouche, (short hairs who played important roles in the development of the Malinois), Tom de Vilvorde, a grey rough hair, and Spits, also presumed a rough hair. Spits was bred back to Vos to produce Moor, a black rough hair who is also apparently one of the first recessive blacks in the history of the Belgian Shepherd Dogs. Moor, bred back to her grandsire, Vos, produced Poets (or Pouts), a light fawn rough haired Laekenois female who did well in several exhibitions at the end of the 19th Century.
Poets played a larger role in this history than previously realized. Bred to her great-uncle, Tom de Vilvorde, she produced Vos II and Belle de Saint-Nicolas. This couple, mentioned only once in the Saint-Hubert studbooks as parents of Turc, appear numerous times as the ancestors not only of Malinois, but early Laekens, Dutch
Shepherds, and Bouviers. Bred to Duc II, Poets produced Pitt and Belle II, who appear in the ancestry of some Dutch Shepherds, but remain unmentioned in Belgian Shepherd history. Belgiandogs.org

Jan-Baptist Jansen purchased a yellow rough haired male, Vos, in the area of Boom, Belgium. Vos, born in 1885, became the foundation sire for the Laekenois and Malinois varieties of the Belgian Shepherd Dogs, and can also be found in the extended pedigrees of several Dutch Shepherds and early Bouviers, in the Raad van Beheer’s NHSB studbooks.
Vos (later designated Vos I) was mated to a brown/brindle shorthaired female known as Lieske, or Lise de Laeken. From this mating came Diane and Mouche, (short hairs who played important roles in the development of the Malinois), Tom de Vilvorde, a grey rough hair, and Spits, also presumed a rough hair. Spits was bred back to Vos to produce Moor, a black rough hair who is also apparently one of the first recessive blacks in the history of the Belgian Shepherd Dogs. Moor, bred back to her grandsire, Vos, produced Poets, a light fawn rough haired Laekenois female who did well in several exhibitions at the end of the 19th Century....
(Early 20th Century Interrelationships between the Laekenois, Dutch Shepherd, and Bouvier written by Mara Lee Jiles)

Dick, Berger Belge rough hair, grey hair, belonging to Mr. Dagnelie, rue de la Senne, Brussels. Dick is the same strain as the Bergers of Mr. Jansen of Laeken. His sister, (Pouts) won the special exhibition of Cureghem (May 1&2, 1892 show).

misprinted on some early NHSB pedigrees as Ponts

unregistered

Courtesy of: dhuckestein ****** Black Breed Manager

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