I would like you to meet Nash de la serve de la chapelle d’Alexandre…sitting between his dad Froggy and his aunt Froguette..He is the latest to join my mini conservatory of the breed.
You would wonder if Vennie knows she is her grandmother...she is the one who plays the most with her and takes very good care of her on walks and in her water escapades. If you see a bit of a harness there, it is unintentional. A dog should NEVER EVER go to water with a harness. it's dangerous.
Steady breeding and objectives make it possible. Breeding for type, character and natural ability*( and health, of course, which goes without saying)…Lovely little Velvet is not Beethoven’s, but lovely Coccolina’s 5th generation…and I am not even a breeder!
So, as the other one says..I have hunting dogs but don’t even have my hunting licence…..well, it is a crying shame because my dogs are awesome on land and in water..what about the others’? Can they do the same right off the cuff in their backyard set up with nettles and thick bramble?
Barbets en Bresse..what else.
That natural instinct!
https://pawpeds.com/db/?a=p&id=1250147&g=4&p=bar&date=iso&o=ajgrepWhen you look at the pedigree, it all comes clear!
This is Clyde Jr…in Sweden.His father is Cooper de la serve de la chapelle d’Alexandre. Un petit “air de famille”! When you look at the pedigree, you understand that, too.
Thank you for the magnificent pictures…