Ch. Kallander's Image
Ch. Kallander's Image
|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."
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