Very exciting news and more “Vieux Barbet”. Lovely colors, perfect weights. Mom looks content and dad did a good job!
Coccolina is great great grandmother again…to 77 Barbets. What impresses me most since in human life it would be quite rare if even possible…Total 549
I am proud and happy to announce that Outdoors Abergavennie aka Vennie, who comes from the Netherlands should be having a litter this year…she is extremely complementary to the Barbets I have raised here in the past of which there are many champions and working dogs.
Vennie is gentle, fun, playful, very attentive and loving. She loves water and is extremely obedient.
A hips, no PRA. 54 cms 19.5 kgs. Best Puppy Clubshow 2013.
Her mate will be
Eyes: no PRA Son of Compay II who has reproduced himself several excellent typed Barbets and grandson of Coccolina who is mother, grandmother, great grandmother and great great grandmother of nearly 550 pups living around the world. All known for excellent character and temperament.
I am looking forward to their pups to continue the Barbet en Bresse line started in 2006.
For more info: email@example.com
The Barbet is is good for people with allergies? WRONG.
Each individual is different. So, keeping him or her with a short coat may help, but that is no reason the to have one.
Scroll down on this page and you will see scientific proof. The test is available in Sweden and hopefully in other lands soon.
Interesting how those most interested in the true history of the breed are foreign nationals.The person who wrote this below is Dutch, the one who has the most factual information is Polish and I am not French either. At one time in 2012, when I told the breed club in France that their history on the SCC site was a sight… for sore eyes, I was told by a board member it was going to be re-written in a factual way. Well, that along with lots of other changes at club, never happened and in the end the french breed club still does not even have a history…of the breed, that is.
Read the first part of the breed history, here. The rest will come, soon! It will be the meat-y part, with Grand Barbet de Buffon, not being so “grand“.
On the left: Compay II de la serve de la Chapelle d’Alexandre, on the right Vom Springbell Crokus, Compay’s nephew…it must be in the jeans..or?
only 53 cms tall…so add on him a dense matted coat and you get to 55. Still out of standard,you say, but it doesn’t bother many great champions today, does it. Stand him on a rock and show his nice wide chest ought to do it! I say!