- FV: Yuccasand's Bernina
- Ch Waldenmark's Heidi
- Ch. Waldermark's Jolette
- Ch. Waldermark's Vingo
- Ch. Waldermark's Rhoda
- Ch. Waldermark's Rhea
- Ch. Waldermark's Britta
- Ch. Waldermark's Nixe
- Ch. Waldermark's Tessie
- Ch. Kobeil's Barda
- Ch. Kobeil's Garry
- Ch. Kobeil's Jory
- Ch. Yaccasand's Bernina
- Ch Reena v Rheinlandsgold
- Ch Saxonia's Illo
- Ch Schaferhaus Bridgette
- Ch Barbel vom Waldsee
- Ch Eversridge Ikon, U.D.
- Ch Braunhaus' Joey
|"Mrs. Margaret Fischer had spent months in
Germany looking at German Shepherds and had bought Ingo as a young dog.
She had brought him home to Pennsylvania and for a long time had kept him
at a service station because of other males at home. When Ingo was full
grown, still under two, she had decided to take him to a dog show, a
Specialty show. She arrived at the show with Ingo, literally in tow. Jack
McMahon, a young man at the time, offered to show the dog for her and they
became an instant team. He won five points at that show and the next one.
The National was Ingo's third show in the United States.
Ingo was a dog with a most beautiful floating gait, not one
foot ever landing out of place. Perhaps he was not as strong in the head
as some would like, particularly the Germans, and he was not a tough dog,
but he caught the hearts of the Americans. He won show after show.
Ingo went on and can be found in the pedigrees of the American greats."
~ Garrett Gordon
Author of German Shepherd Dog History