I had always wanted to go to see this statue. I was amazed at the city…and of course, thought about some facts:when you think about how it was so totally destroyed during Worldwar II and rebuilt stone by stone..you kind of wonder if everyone takes it for granted?
Pictures always speak louder than words.
I have been off for a long time because I have had a lot to do. I am also trying to get my motivation level up high enough to tell you so many things..This below is so true and when you read it, it hits home.
We have less and less people who know what a Barbet de chasse is, more and more who don’t care and a majority looking to make their production the ideal type.It does get to you after a while and on your nerves as you can imagine.
I have 2 treasures…they are great/great-grandparents, have produced healthy puppies and many champions. My dogs live with me and not “here, there and everywhere”. I think that is the price you pay for serious work, and a high level of enjoyment.
In this litter, there are companions, and dogs with natural retrieving instinct.The one and the other are complimentary. I am vvery happy, after 1 year of waiting, to see that they correspond to my selection work and what I think my Barbets should look like and they are all healthy and very affable and caring companions. This was a litter of 11, and they are all lovely!