BICP part 2 : landwork Gouy St André 2014


marthaGo west and discover the scenery and the sky! 6PM and the sky was really that dark. Dogs had spent the day in the car and needed to run a bit…They are not working, but relaxing and sniffing…


This is what we saw!



The next day was again very interesting( like last year’s working trials)…after the usual water work, we had an extremely nice and interested in the breed judge who was very supportive with the fact I was trying to see how far the Barbet could go. He saluted my initiative and we proceeded to see what the Barbet could do. This year, pointing in sugarbeets did not happen nor did she quarter, too much open space. BUT she got 4/4 for “nose” 4/4 for retrieving on land and was applauded by everyone watching…I was really happy about everything that happened that day! People were happy to see how new breeds could work. Refreshing positiveness


That is my Froguette!Watch her and her supernose!