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multi BISS, V1, Am CH
Desiree de la Pouroffe
HIC, HOF

Desiree

Female Belgian Groenendael  7/10/1979 (deceased)
Color: black
Owner: Daniel & Mary Linda Adams
Breeder: Rene Renard
LOSH 430741
AKC WE700151
OFA Hips BSD-417-T   normal   (24mo)
Sire: Azola de la Pouroffe RCAC, SelB77
Dam: Zette de la Pouroffe CAC, CACIB, SelB76


photo Desiree de la Pouroffe winning the 1983 BSCA National Specialty in Las Vegas, Nevada, April 9, 1983. Judge, Judy Doniere. Handler, Ann Stornialo. Trophy presenter and show chairman, Chris Hyde. Breeder, Rene Renard, Noost, Belgium. Owners, Major and Mrs Daniel E Adams. Photo by Missy Yuhl.
The Belgian Sheepdog p10 by Marge Turnquist

exported from Belgium to US (Loup Noir)

1981 American Champion

1980 WB & BOW Downeaster Specialty
1982 BOS Downeaster Specialty
1983 BISS BSCA National Specialty
1983 BISS Potomac Valley Specialty
1984 BISS Potomac Valley Specialty

1988 BSCA HOF Conformation

multi Group winner

Desiree was a striking puppy with a beautiful outline. It rapidly became apparent that she had a sense of her own importance and required a light but firm hand. She became the favorite dog of my husband, who indulged her. How shall I describe Desiree? Physically she matured into a large bitch with great style and a classic outline. She is tremendously srong and a super athlete, both of which may have contributed to her famous escape artistry. When she moves, she not only extends, but adds that extra kick, almost like a ballerina.
Desiree began a show career at Antwerp when she was rated as first "excellent" in the young class under Justin Chastel (de la Thudine). The BS Hndbk VolIII p36-37

Informal portrait (unavailable) of Desiree, the greatest winning bitch of all time in the United States. Desiree is not only an excellent competitor, but also produces lovely puppies who are winning in the US and England. The BS by Andrews & Cloutt

She finished in 5 shows and went on to win many groups and Specialties, including the National. In 1984 she was shown for 4 months and became the greatest winning female in the USA. Other females went on to break her record, but it took them longer. (Mary-Linda Adams)

Courtesy of: dhuckestein ****** Black Breed Manager

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Sources:
Book  (The Belgian Sheepdog Handbook Vol III p36-37 & AKC)
Stud Book  (1980 LOSH p82, 1982 Apr AKC stud book p122 & OFA)

 

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