The Heart and Soul of Bart
In Loving Memory of
JoKay’s Fenris Von Wolf aka Bart
GSDCA 13 Club member
The White Guy’s Recall
Unique this German Shepherd dog was born,
For here he lay so little and forlorn.
One of seven and mighty at heart,
Yet, this poor little guy had a very rough start.
As days went by he nursed his way to vigor,
Later on named Bart officer Bill’s loaded trigger.
What little did I know where this puppy would end,
Not only in the hands of Bill also a friend.
What splendor this white guy displayed,
With loving black eyes and grand spirit betrayed.
Not large in size but agile as a gazelle,
For sure at that moment was Bill’s best pal.
Many stories and lives this shepherd did share,
Touched many a heart none that could compare.
Blazing fire and bad guys they caught,
Yearly trials and life in general they sought.
Many years have passed officer, Bill and shepherd gone by,
Left many a memory and tears we did cry.
But yet in all their glory there’s so many to thank,
All of this reflected in their dedication and rank.
Clear up on a special hill surrounded by flowers,
Lay Bart and all of the police dogs buried in honor.
Many graves touched by the early mornings’ sun,
Now rest their weary souls, only in dreams they do run.
© Kathy Sater Partch
Click to read about Bart
Bred by “JoKay’s”, Joe and Kathy Partch
WGSDCI Ch. Windstrom’s Saruman Von Finn CD, TDI, OFA (wh)
U-CDX, WGSDCI Ch. V. Regalwise Klone Ranger CDX, Can. CD, TD, TDI, HC, TT, CGC, OFA (wh)
U-CDX, WGSDCI Ch. V. Regalwise Ideal Reka CDX, Can. CD, TD, HC, CGC, OFA (wh)
Sire: WGSDCII/WGSDCA Ch. Regalwise O’Leavy Czar, CD, WAM, OFA (wh)
Windstrom’s Lone Wolf, OFA (wh)
U-CDX, WGSDCII Ch. Hytime Zion Rose Regalwise, CDX, Can. CD, TD, HC, TDI, TT, CGC, BH, FH, OFA (wh)
Hytime’s Vixen, OFA (wh)
Clayfield Chad Of Cedar Haven, OFA (blk/tn)
Sherwood Sam, Sheriff’s K-9 Ofc., Metz (blk/tn)
April Von Smuggler (blk/tn)
Dam: U-CD JoKay’s Sedona CD, CGC, OFA (wh)
Lupine Von Murray (wh)
June Von Murray (wh)
Joanna Of Jupiter (blk/tn)
FIRST MPD CANINE TEAM at the closed Naval Air Station in Minneapolis on 62 Crosstown
Trained by Mike Fisher and Welton Kopp who actually were the first-They started the program after they themselves had undergone training in Washington, D.C.