Coccolina’s last litter in 2011: a sampling of what they have become!I admit that I am extremely proud of all of them. They are all happy and healthy.
I think we are all “just” looking for answers from competent people and that part is not easy.
( lanceur d’alerte… “à la mode”)…This is what I have been doing for over 10 years now. Most do not appreciate it, so I just keep ploughing away and hope for the best, which is never going to happen. It’s taking much too long to do too little for our breed. Watch the video, replace Doberman with Barbet. If you are anything like me, I cried because I knwe what you happen before it did and my dogs ran over to comfort me…and see what was going on.Bless them.
Cute video of the pups..and yound Delwy wanting to play with the pups. She is alwo a daughter of Ela Samba( de la serve de la chapelle d’Alexandre)
Right: Mom, Grandmother, and soon to be great -grandmother Coccolina. Below:
Lovely duette of mother on the right and daughter on the left. Georgia de la serve de la chapelle d’Alexandre and Ila…with a wonderful announcement coming up:
After last year’s scandalous treatment I was reserved and set up for at the Game Fair, I decided that I would never ever have anything to do with those people…Since then, I have had more time, for other more important “things” than dragging my dogs around dogs shows, and driving all over creation to do working tests, for the promotion of a dying breed in its home country. My name is generally cited as not being a member of the club anymore, and I must admit, I am rather proud of it. I don’t need them as they never did anything for the breed..and what I have accomplished has been without them.
The Barbet needs to have hair over the eyes, so he cannot see…in order to protect him from the reeds in water ( I guess they jump out at him?!) and also to protect him from thorns…I never knew there were thorns in water. Working on my learning curve…As you see..they don’t need to have their eyes covered to protect them, but their body.Perhaps some overalls ought to do it…for a rustic dog…?The things you hear sometimes, do make you wonder.