|Ch. Jimeni's Montego|
|AOE Ch. Bredwel Jakester of Joelle CD|
|Morningold's Ibex CD|
|AOE 4x Select Ch. Joelle's Alvin v. Norberge CD, TC, ROM|
|Norberger's Charge Him To Me (Mastercharge son)|
|Norberge's Sweetie (American Express daughter)|
GSDC of America---November 1998---6-9 Puppy Dog
"A very nice sable of excellent breed type. He was good coming and going. Excellent, powerful suspended side gait, good layback of shoulder, firm short middlepiece. He keeps his feet close to the ground with excellent rear drive and follow through. Very consistent in motion. The second place puppy in this class was also quite nice --- maybe not quite the forehand as the first place dog."
~ Fran Ford
Canadian Nationals---1999---Select #2
~ John DeHope
Canadian Nationals---2000---Select #3
"This guy presents a gorgeous picture.
He is everything a male should be. He has a beautiful prosternum, is
deep, and has beautiful turn of stifle. His coupling is good, and he
has a short hock. He is a medium sable, medium-to-large-sized plush
masculine dog with a beautiful head, good ears, and dark eyes. His ribbing
is excellent and his presence is stallion-like. His movement matches
the rest of the dog, and it's wonderful. He moves like a male. Some
say a larger, masculine dog just can't get up off the ground and fly.
Those people need to see this male."
GSDC of America---November 10th, 2001---Select #6
"An attractive sable, very animated, with a ground-covering gait. He is exciting and received a lot of crowd support. Masculine head with good expression and lots of confidence. Another example of the deep quality in this show."
~Mr. Jack Newton
2004 Register of Merit Sire
GSDC of America --- October 20th, 2006 --- 7 to 9 Veteran Dog
~ Jamie Walker
GSDC of America --- October 21st, 2006 --- Select #13
~ Helen Franklin
GSDC of Canada --- September 2005 --- Veteran Dog
"My special class of the day- What a pleasure to judge the senior citizens and then to have a class of all sables. Ch Joelles Alvin V. Norberg. What can be said about Alvinnnnn. At 7 years of ages he is still a gorgeous hunk of a dog. He does not know he is supposed to be a senior citizen."
~ Sally Hayden
GSDC of Canada --- September 2005--- Select #9