No, I don't mind at all. Keep in mind that when you use any kennel name, it doesn't necessarily mean the dogs are related at all. For example, my kennel name is Havtahava, and all the puppies that leave my home will have "Havtahava" in the front of their name; however, even though Ahnold and Rufus both have names with Havtahava in front, they aren't related at all.
So, having said that, Pillowtalk is a kennel name from Germany and Monika Moser is the breeder of those dogs.
The percentages you see at the end of each name are the inbreeding coefficient (COI), which can theoretically range from 0% to 100%, and indicates the probability that the two alleles for any gene are identical by heritage/ancestry.
So, those numbers mean that, out of all his ancestry, Sammy has the most "blood" (genetic material) from DEUT. CH Nougat Wuslon Of Zb's
, but it is only 4.7%. By the way, DEUT. CH means that he is a German Champion. (Originally said "Dutch", but was taught differently by Suuske below.)
If you go to Piaget's pedigree
, you will see that he has a much higher COI because he was the result of a fairly tight linebreeding. His granddam is 12.5% and his grandsire is over 9%.
Can you tell me Sammy's registered name? I'd like to see his pedigree now that you list that. (I could eventually find it with the info you posted, but it would take some looking around to find offspring of offspring.)
Did that help any?