Ch. Kallander's Image

Ch. Kallander's Image
Breeders:  G C Rodriguez and T Opsahl
Owners - Frances J and Hugh F Williamson and Gil Rodriguez
DOB:November 28th, 1976

Ch. Cobert's Reno of Lakeside ROM

Ch. Kubistraum's Kane ROM

Falkora's Catalina CD
Ch. Kallander's Image

GV Ch. Yoncalla's Mike ROM

Covy's Calle of Tucker Hill CD, ROM

Ch. Kovaya's Contessa CD ROM

GSDCA of America --- 1977 --- 9 to 12 Puppy Bitch

"Black and tan with excellent temperament and a lovely outline. She is very animated and alert showing a beautiful picture when posed. She has good coordination in motion and is tight in ligamentation coming and going. She takes a good length of stride, and although good in back, could be a shade better in topline. When going loose, she has a tendency to run a little low in withers. A very nice overall package."

~ Ed Barritt


GSDC of America --- 1978 --- Open Bitches & Winners Bitch

"Black and gold medium size bitch. Excellent temperament, animated and untiring. Good topline. Not overly extreme in rear standing, but displayed pleasing smooth side movement. A strong and willing mover who remained steady and alert through a long class. In my opinion, a very standard bitch with good balance and very good coming and going. This win completed her Championship."

~ William Hixson


GSDC of America---1978---Maturity Victrix-Winners Bitch & Select #10

"Medium-sized, black and tan, substantial bitch of moderate angulation showing a pleasing picture when posed. She is a coordinated mover and is very animated in her performance. She has a good topline standing, but in motion her back shows a slight softness and she has a tendency to kick up when following through. She is a very alert bitch and displays a picture that is overall very pleasing. I placed her Best of Winners because at this time she was a more complete and mature package."

~Ed Barritt


Canadian Nationals---1979---Grand Victrix


GSDC of America---1979---Select #4

"Almost 3 years old, very striking bitch of beautiful type, displaying the joy of life. She is very well pigmented, slightly steep in pastern and somewhat short is croup. Her follow-through behind could be better."

~ Ernest Loeb


GSDC of America---1983---Select #5

"Beautiful type, fantastic extension, sound coming and going. Fluid easy side movement indicative of true suspension. Dark eyes, good feminine head, moderate rear. I had judged this bitch as a youngster and was thrilled to find that at 7 years of age she could move with the best of them. Her muscle tone was hard, her back firm. She was a little lacking in underrreach. In this age of Shepherds dying at 4-5 years of age, it's particularly exciting to find a brood bitch in this great condition and moving with true ease."

~ Helen Miller Fisher