Robinson Boxers

Ch. Robinson's Rosebud of Raja "Rosie"

March 12, 1997 - March 19, 2009

Owners:  Bill and Delma Robinson

Rosie is pictured above on June 1, 2007 at 10 years of age.


Rosie shown above in May, 2007.


Left to right are: Rosie, Brenda, and Ruby

Rosie places third in the Brood Bitch Class at the American Boxer Club Nationals

in May, 2003 under Judge Betty Mentzer. 


New Champion show above!  Rosie wins Best of Winners at the Milwaukee Boxer Club

on July 30, 1999 under Judge Jack Ireland for 5 pts. handled by Genine DeMaso.


Rosie wins Best of Winners at the Grand River KC on July 18, 1999

under Judge Keke Kahn & owner/handled by Delma Robinson.


Rosie wins Best of Opposite at the Michiana KC

on October 1, 1999 owner/handled by Delma Robinson.



Rosie wins Winners Bitch at the Michigan Boxer Club

on Sept 25, 1998 under Judge Jack Ireland for 5 points handled by Tami Mishler.


Rosie wins Best of Winners at the Central Ohio KC

on Nov 15, 1998 under Judge Audrey Gerhardy for 4 points handled by Tami Mishler.

(Sadly, Audry Gerhardy passed away the next day.  Rosie was the last boxer she awarded points to.) 


Sire:  Ch. Raja's Walking Tall

Dam:  Robinson's Ricochet Romance



Left to right are:  Flag Dogs Wally, Rosie, and Ruby



It is with great sorrow that I report the passing of a grand old lady.......Ch. Robinson's Rosebud of Raja  (Rosie).  She was the light of our lives, our first homebred champion, and was mother and grandmother to 6 more of our homebred champions.  She was the oldest lady, at over 11 years old, to actually participate in the 2008 ABC Parade of Champions (her 2nd)  where she bounced and jumped her way around the ring and into the hearts of the audience. She had been a Certified Delta Therapy  Dog and gave much comfort and joy to handicapped  children and the sick and elderly, and especially to us throughout her loving life. Rosie loved everybody and had her most fun swimming and jumping off the diving board.    She was a very special girl and will always be in our hearts.

Rosie had Holtered "clear" annually, as one of Dr. Meurs research program dogs, until she turned 10 years old and then had a reading showing cardiomyopathy and was put on meds , which brought her back into a normal range. She turned a happy 12 years old on March 12th. Last week she began having seizures that were diagnosed to be neurologically caused, and not heart related. Sadly we had to let her go.

Aways in our hearts and fond memories,

CH. Robinson's Rosebud of Raja  "Rosie"

Bill & Delma Robinson




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