Robert was a charming dog, gentle, sweet-tempered, and patient. He loved all people, especially children, and considered everyone his friend. He was always a dignified gentleman and lived peacefully with his son Morris and grandson Sidney.
Robert had a fine show career which included Winners Dog at the Dalmatian Club of America National in 1989, and was a Group and multiple Specialty Best of Breed winner. His CD was earned at eight years of age, in three shows with a 196+ average, and included two 1sts and a 2nd in large all-breed classes.
Although his stud career was cut short, Rob sired 60 champions, including a number of Best in Show and Specialty Best of Breed winners, nationally ranked dogs, outstanding obedience dogs, and fine producers. He is the #5 all-time top producer of champions. Click here to see a list of Rob's kids. Rob consistently produced his wonderful disposition, vivid coloration, beautiful face, dark eyes, excellent legs and feet and sound movement, and lives on his many outstanding descendents.
> Rob is pictured here on 5/17/00, waiting to leave for the Rainbow Bridge . . .
Rob is sadly missed by Sue, Ron and Jess, as well as his many friends. It was an honor to have shared my home with such a terrific dog. He's waiting for me at the Rainbow Bridge along with the other wonderful dogs that have shared my life. I'm sure that Eloise was the first to greet him . . .
Pictured below are a few shots from Rob's album. Rob when he first arrived from Maryland (left), Rob with his son Morris (center), Rob and daughters Sally Brown and Erin (R).