A well-balanced German Shepherd has a title on both ends!

Sire:  BIS BISS AOE Sel Ex Am & Can Sel CH Kismet's Sight for Sore Eyes HSCs TC ROM OFAh&e


Dam:  PAM CH Carousel Farms Caisson VCD1 MX MXJ OF CD TD HSAs RA MXP2 MJP2 XFP TC OFAh&e

Red girl is now Caisson's Rebel Yell of Kingswood, call name Rebel.  I am thrilled to co-own her with my good friend, Syd Mailberg.  Rebel is in residence with Syd in Maple Valley, WA.  Rebel was bred to Raffles vom Sandstein HSAs TC (5 CH points), who is the son of 2X World Sieger VA1 Larus von Batu SchH3.  They had a wonderful litter of 6 boys and 1 girl.

Purple girl is now Caisson's Damn the Torpedoes, call name Dixie.  She is in residence with her new owner Liz Loizos in West Jordan, UT. 

Blue boy is now PAM CH Caisson's Unconditional Surrender MX MXJ XF TD HSAs, call name Yankee.  We co-own him with Nicky & Lew Bunch.  He lives with us and we have lots of plans for him!

Green boy is now CHAMPION Caisson's Atlanta Burning PT, call name Sherman.  He is in residence with his owners Jim & Karen Lollar in Brighton, CO.  **UPDATE** Sherman has been honored by the GSDCA as the HERO DOG of the year!!  In Feb, 2008, I received the below email from Karen:
Sherman saved our lives last night when a fire started in the garage and consumed both cars, the family room, and the kitchen as well as covering every other room with black soot. 
We were asleep when Sherman woke me up barking.  I heard voices (don't know who but heard someone).  I woke Jim up but he was so drowsy he didn't respond at first.  Sherman was insistent and Jim got up put on his robe to investigate.  He took both dogs with him and found billows of black smoke in the kitchen.  Jim ran back and told me to call 911 and get out of the house.  I grabbed my shoes and a fleece (GSD fleece) and we went for the front door.  Della was with us but Sherman ran back to the bedroom (I think he was looking for the cats).  I stood at the door and called him and was ready to go back in and get him.  I finally changed my voice to the "let's play ball" voice and he came bounding out.  The dogs were safe in the front (agility) yard while we lit up the neighborhood with fire trucks.  Snow coming down.
I'm in total shock but we're alive and safe at son Phill's house, our dogs are alive and safe, the cats were found alive by the firemen.  I want them checked for smoke.  The cars are just shells.  Today we'll sort out the situation with insurance and fire investigators.
Hug your kids, your husband, and your dogs for us.  God is good.

GOOD BOY, Sherman!!

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