Tango was a black brindle boy out of our record litter of nine by Stella. He had a really nice head with wonderful eyes and a keen expression. He was a bit on the tall side, and when he was young, he also was a bit narrow and light. But that had changed significantly over time, and he eventually became a really strong old boy. He got lots of hair with a lot of undercoat, always giving his Dad a hard time to keep him in good shape.
Tango had a very lovely and friendly temperament. He liked almost everybody, people as well as dogs. At home, he acted like an elder statesman, not wanting to get too much involved in all the playing puppies. When walking in the fields, though, he was the scout of the pack, always guiding the rest of the pack to potential prey like rabbits etc.
He, unfortunately, had to leave us at a relatively young age, still in full strength, defeated by a brain tumor. He had always been a very special boy for us. Many of his characteristics and even his expression will live on for us in his daughter Bonnie and grand kids Unica, Bingo and Bambina.