GCH CH Skyview's Aloysius - pronounced "Aloe-wish-us" but he pretty much answers to anything close.  
Hmmm.  How to describe Aloysius - he is a character just like his grandmother, Miss Grey.  He is a son of Trouble and Rootie. He is wicked smart and has a sense of humor.  He is calm and confident and not much phases him and he is a magnet for people.  He is very large and built like a tank. His hips are OFA fair (normal) and elbows normal.  We are looking forward to seeing some of his litters in the future.

He won an Award of Merit at the 2018 National Specialty in October and he took Best of Opposite on Saturday and Sunday during the supported entries.  There were Anatolians present from all over the country.  All of his Champions defeated for the requirements of his Grand Championship title were during Regional and National Specialty weekends.  He was/is a top 10 AKC Anatolian in 2017 and 2018.  


Aloysius at 8 weeks




Pretty head shot - 8 weeks


Oh good grief - that face!!!


Who me???




Aloysius about to make a big mistake with Duke


Another bad career move...


June 2017 at 11 months




11 months


Aloysius 13 months


Aloysious at 13 months about to leap into the tree


Aloysius earning his Championship in Wilmington NC October 2017


Aloysius with a huge Breed win at the Regional Specialty weekend in Florida November 2017.  


Aloysius March 2018 - what a head!


A very regal looking Aloysius


Aloysius and Albert


Aloysius in Group at Mattaponi KC with Greg (sorry cell phone picture)


Aloysius in the working group with Barbara.  I love this picture - captures the intensity of the competitors.  
Photo by K. Phillips.


Another one of Aloysius and Barbara.  Photo by K. Phillips.


Aloysius and Greg at the National Specialty 2018


Aloysius - Award of Merit winner at the Specialty



Aloysius won Best of Opposite for another major towards his Grand Championship


Aloysius with Melissa on Sunday's supported entry


Aloysius - becomes a Grand Champion!





Aloysious in a snow storm December 2018 - "Nope, not coming in..."