Ch. Elkovar's Jolly Roger

Ch. Elkovar's Jolly Roger
Canadian Grand Victor & ROMC
Breeders: B & G Burkholder
Owners: B & G Burkholder & G. S. Duckworth


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GSDC of America---1982---Select #3

"This 3 year old medium sized, well pigmented dog, very similar in type as the two previous dogs. Not quite as deep and not quite as well angulated in front as the two ahead of him. His croup could be a shade longer. However he is much harder than last year at Tulsa when I judged him in the Open Class. Needless to say he also displayed a good temperament."

~ Judge Ernest Loeb

GSDC of America --- 1983 --- Select #6

"A medium-sized masculine very dark dog. I loved his pigment. Excellent topline, good strong head, nice length of neck, shortly coupled, moderate rear, but with good underdrive. Sound coming and going, good forechest. Would like more length of upper arm and a trifle longer croup."

~ Helen Miller Fisher


1984 Canadian National Specialty - September 1984---Grand Victor

"A sturdy, medium to large, mostly black male of harmonious structure, but not extreme. He has an excellent head, strong muzzle, good ear set and very dark eyes. On first impressions, I would have preferred him a bit leaner so he did not strike me as the class winner, although he would have received a high select. As the class progressed, it became more and more apparent that he was not to be overlooked. He moved very coordinately with good extension and follow-through. He carries a firm back and topline. Coming and going he is clean. His performace was very consistent and he was almost always on a loose lead. He is a strong dog with good feet and substantial bone. His character is solid and he displays confidence. He was the best of my males."

--Judge Ed Barritt