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AOE SEL EX CH (US) Kismet's Sight For Sore Eyes 


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Sire Born: 02. June 1996

AOE SEL EX CH (US) Kismet's Sight For Sore Eyes

AKC  DL64767204 (11-97)
Hip: OFA: Good GS-53000G24M-T - Elbows: OFA: Normal GS-EL8686M24-T

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ROM

1999 GV CH (US&CAN) Welove Du Chien's 'R' Man ROM male

1993
AKC DL50826105 (07-95)
HD-OFA: Good GS-44229G25M
Sire
1999 GV CH (US&CAN) Welove Du Chien's 'R' Man


CH (AKC) Welove Du Chien's Matthew male

1992
AKC DL444592/04 03-94
HD-OFA: Good GS-39246G25M
Sire
CH (AKC) Welove Du Chien's Matthew


CH Raphael of Al-Clemya male

1990
AKC D971551
HD-
Sire
CH Raphael of Al-Clemya


WeLove Joy of Langenau female

1990
AKC DL32322301
HD-
Dam

WeLove Langenau's Lucille female

1991
AKC DL364899/10 03-94
HD-
Dam
 WeLove Langenau's Lucille


Toro of Jeanden male

1988
AKC D812662 05-90
HD-OFA: Fair GS-29839F37M
Sire
 Toro of Jeanden


Langenau's Reward female

1989
AKC DL28693101
HD-
Dam
ROM

Kismet's Sweetheart Deal ROM female

1990
AKC DA017403 10-93
HD-OFA: Good GS-32286G27F
Dam
 Kismet's Sweetheart Deal


1990 GV CH (US) ROM Proven Hill's Banker of Altana male

1986
AKC D439703 01-89
HD-OFA: Good GS-20822G24M
Sire
1990 GV CH (US) ROM Proven Hill's Banker of Altana


Proven Hill's Obi Wan male

1984
AKC D298772 06-86
HD-
Sire

Kolbrook's Favorite Decision female

1983
AKC D141826 6-86
HD-
Dam

Pinebuck's Myra of Kismet female

1984
AKC D286563 12-87
HD-
Dam
ROM

GV CH (US) Kismet's Impulse von Bismark ROM male

1974
AKC WD286366
HD-OFA: Normal GS-7419
Sire
GV CH (US) Kismet's Impulse von Bismark


Pinebuck's Harlot female

1982
AKC D018710
HD-
Dam

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User comments



vom ost see
Comments: 15
Joined: Sat May 27, 2006 03:17 am
i saw dallas in birmingham the year he took westminster,i had the pleasure of speaking with james moses and get up close to the DALLAS,he was totally different from what i'd seen in the "AKC RING".confident,well mannered and cool as a cucumber..substantial size,but not overly so,very nice ears that didn't appear soft or too big,excellent confident gaiting...he was far and away the class of the group that day...no roach or exaggerated rear slant of the back,not cow-hocked,good pasterns.his competition on this day were the "typical" hock-walking,ant-eaters with those crazy loose front legs...i felt this dog could hold his own at any conformation venue and do well.my comments"hock-walking ant eaters" are not intended as an afront to any particular dog,but to put blame on the breeders who have prepetuated"the american german shepherd dog fancy"to breed a dog so far away from any functional standard.
the Ol'Line Rebel
the Ol'Line Rebel
Comments: 320
Joined: Tue Nov 11, 2003 07:34 pm
"Dallas" is definitely 1 of the best of the last decade in terms of "American" GS.

My only real problem with him - having only seen him in 2D - is his apparently weak ears. They're either weak, or not quite large enough; unsure, or maybe both. This is opposite the usual problem of American dogs' ears being too big (and sometimes weak as well).

Note again, that he was an "All-Breed" dog, not a specialty dog. I much prefer the dogs that go for the All-Breed ring (see also from the past, Beech Hill's Benji v. Masco and Covy-Tucker Hill's Manhattan). Apparently, the Specialties can't see the forest for the trees and are very much extreme. In the US, I guess we need people who DON'T specialize in the breed to keep them in check!
goldens192002
Comments: 1
Joined: Wed Feb 13, 2008 08:14 pm
Hello I am from Iowa and I seen Dallas back a few yrs ago before he retired at the Fort Dodge dog show where he took his breed both days and took best in show both days I was inpressed on how he preformed and I was glad to see a dog come all the way with a really good handler we dont see that much in the Ft Dodge show and I was glad to have him there.
Brandi
Brandi
Comments: 337
Joined: Sun Sep 14, 2003 03:11 am
I'm not an American showline person, but I've always liked this dog. For his lines, he is very handsome. And never appeared so "down" in the rear that most Ambreds are. Great job with Dallas.
firethorn
Comments: 7
Joined: Mon Dec 06, 2004 05:50 am
Also earned his HSCs, a truly great tending dog. Very driven on sheep, always in the right place. Had he been y9ounger when he started I'm sure he easily could have earned not only a HGHG but also a herding championship. ALso top producer of all time in AKC history.


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