Category Archives: Barbet Lia
Things have been hectic around here to say the least. Between the house renovations that are still not complete, prepping for puppies whom are to be born in Canada and then return to America next week, and wedding season we’ve … Continue reading
A few weeks back we went to our VCA vet clinic in Indianapolis which specializes in dog ophthalmology for our Barbet’s Cerf exams. All passed and we’re happy to share our certificates that state just that. You can see Cleo, … Continue reading
Happy Birthday (and Easter by the way) to Lia’s Barbet puppies. They were born 2 years ago on April 4th, 2011.
Ginkgo de Amelia Bric, son of our Ginkgo de XELAJU Amelia (aka Lia), won a Reserve Best in Show on January 26th, 2013 AND January 27th at a UKC show in Elkhart, Indiana! Lynn reported “He did so well in … Continue reading
Bric, who recently gained his UKC Champion title, is sending everyone his snowy, holiday love via a Wisconsin winter scene. We are super proud of Bric as he’s the first Barbet grand puppy of ours to attend shows in the … Continue reading
I’m proud to share another achievement for my grand puppy, Ginkgo de Amelia Bric from parents Ginkgo de Xelaju Amelia (aka Lia) and Biscay’s Sir Duke (aka Jacques). Thank you Lynn and Leslie for sharing and getting Bric out there!
These last few weeks have been a whirlwind. Between the puppies turning 8 weeks old and heading off to their homes coast to coast, it’s been happily non stop. One family, who drove all the way from Minnesota, owns Coco … Continue reading
Last week, Barb, owner of Ginkgo de Amelia Bella, graciously let her friend dog sit her for the weekend. Barb did this as the families daughter has allergies to dogs and they wanted to see if she would react to … Continue reading
Last week, Lynn, owner of Ginkgo de Amelia Bric, drove down from Wisconsin to visit us. We are so fortunate to have kind, lovely Barbet owners, such as Lynn, who keep us up to date with their dogs progress in … Continue reading
It’s been non stop at Stacy Able Photography. So, unfortunately, American Barbet gets pushed aside. Luckily, I have several lovely Barbet families who send me periodic updates which brighten my day and give me a much needed distraction from editing … Continue reading