Ch. Doppelt-Tay's Gilda

Ch. Doppelt-Tay's Gilda

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"Ch. Doppelt-Tay's Gilda, a gorgeous young lady from days gone by and in an era of stunning dogs. Gilda was the "package personified." Excellent temperament, great ground covering, effortless motion, breathtaking type with utter femininity, dressy lush and coat and brilliant pigment. I adored my own stunning Ch. Gaucho, tough, strong, typey and incorruptible temperament but Gilda is still my choice for the "ideal."

--Pearl Wieselman

GSDC of America --- 1973 --- Fururity Victrix


GSDC of America---1973---Select #2

"The very beautiful 2nd Select bitch who had impressed me enormously with her great beauty of type and her lovely outreaching gait."

--Connie Beckhardt

February 2001

"Gilda returned to our home from the Florida Specialty shows in January 1973 with 8 points (2 majors) and a Reserve out of the Puppy Class at 11 months age - she finished her championship 4 months later. She won Best Female in Futurity under Judge Mrs. Joan Ford in Northeastern Region in Western New York in 1973. Judge Connie Beckhardt gave Gilda, Futurity Victrix and #2 Select at the 1973 Nationals. Gilda won Best in Maturity at the Southern Pacific Region under Judge Mr. Francis Ford in 1974.

I would go out to the kennels to clean and watch her beautiful movement as she ran back and forth in her run. She was a feminine bitch at a young age. She was bred to Grand Victor Ch. Scoripo of Shiloh Gardens. Scoripo's last son was Ch. Doppelt-Tay's Steel Curtain out of that breeding."

--Debbra Clifford