Am/Can. Ch. Doppelt-Tay's Jesse James ROM

Am. & Can. Ch. Doppelt-Tay's Jesse James ROM

Brother to Ch. Jentleman Jim
Ch. Doppelt-Tay's Jerry &
Ch. Doppelt-Tay's Jay-Hawk
Breeder/Owners: Loraine & Jesse Clifford
DOB: July 25th, 1963





GV Ch. Troll v Richterbach ROM SchH III FH

Ch. Fortune of Arbywood ROM

Frigga of Silver Lane ROM
Am. & Can. Ch. Doppelt-Tay's Jesse James ROM

GV Ch. Red Rock's Gino ROM

Ch. Nether-Lair's Gayiety ROM

  Trudy v. Kolmeg
 

December 1964 Review

"Jesse has a very good shoulder, a high wither which blends neatly into a beautiful topline. He has a strong firm middle piece, deeply angulated hindquarters with lowset hocks. As you would guess, his gait is quite impressive. He makes use of his excellent structure and moves with a free easy long stride. His temperament is sound. A personality kid that loves to play ball with children, is always willing to try anything new. Jesse is a rich black and orange tan. He has a correct bite and full dentition. He does not carry a recessive gene for long coat."

-Owner/Breeder: Jesse and Larraine Clifford & Family

GSDC of Western Pennsylvania---1967---Best of Breed

"Gave the Breed to Jesse James on a better picture when posed. Jesse also has excellent side movement and tremendous rear drive. Jesse in size is close to the Standard. So many shepherds today are almost Great Dane, with huge massive bones, not possessing the oval dry bone of a true working dog. The Cliffords of Doppelt-Tay Kennels are to be commended on their excellent breeding program as seen by the overall quality of the winning dogs today out of their breeding"

--Barbara Amidon

 

 

GSDC of St. Louis --- October 1st, 1967 --- Best of Opposite Sex

"Ch. Doppelt-Tay's Jesse James, another very close dcision with correct size again being the item to tip the scales. Some of the dogs and bitches being shown today are absolutely oversized --- thus the emphasis on correct size."

~ Judge: Myron Ferri



Jersey Shore GSDC---November 10, 1968---Best of Breed

"The Best of Breed was given to Ch. Doppelt-Tay's Jesse James, a real sensational animal, handled by James Moses. I had never judged this dog before, and even in the rain under the worst possible conditions, this dog was a standout. Rain or sunshine, blacktop or grass, this dog is good."

--Helen Fisher

1970 Register of Merit Sire

 

Progeny
Dams
1967 Canadian GVX Am. & Can. Ch. Ember of Friendshipe Acres
Ch. Kobeil's Ulla
Ch. Sweet Darlin of Friendshipe Acres CD
1971 Canadian GVX Ch. Sweet Dixie of Friendshipe Acres
Ch. Sweet DNA of Friendshipe
Ch. Sweet Charm of Friendshipe Acres
Ch. Ben Jo's Davy C of Edipau CD
Doppelt-Tay's Legal Tender ROM
Doppelt-Tay's Ottilea
Canadian Ch. Schokrest Valencia of Jer-Dan
 

Canadian Ch. Teakwood's Flying Dutchman

  Laurlloy's Admira
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  Escort of Friendshipe Acres
Ch. Kobeil's Ulla
  Echo of Friendshipe Acres
Ch. Kobeil's Ulla