Category Archives: barbet
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
Happy Birthday (and Easter by the way) to Lia’s Barbet puppies. They were born 2 years ago on April 4th, 2011.
After many weeks of class, Barbet Cinna along with his doodle pal Kado (which means “gift or present” in Japanese) passed their Canine Good Citizen test. There was a puppy King Charles Cavalier that almost derailed the exam with her … Continue reading
Our Barbet Cinna never ceases to keep us laughing. This past Sunday instead of the superbowl we watch the puppy bowl. You can see Cinna enjoyed it immensely.
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
Happy Friday! Here is Thunus aka Georgii around at 7-8 months of age singing along to Avery’s flute practice.
Following in Uncle (Barbet) Tug’s footsteps, Capri is officially a therapy dog. Her owner, Molly, started basic puppy training when Capri was a few months old. Once Capri passed puppy 101, Molly took her to therapy training once a week … Continue reading
Murphy turns 2 today!! Thank you to Jacques(Barboches 3Rivereres) in breeding the lovely Bibiche to handsome Italian Pierro and to the caring Joyce family for giving him so much love!! Happy Birthday Murph! Then…. Now!
Barbet Cali (Cleo & Disco are her parents) graduated her puppy kindergarten class a few weeks ago. We are very proud of her and happy her owners are continuing her education. Cali will start the next level of training soon … Continue reading
For awhile many Barbet owners and breeders in America and Canada have been chatting with a Wall Street Journal reporter about the Barbet breed. Earlier this week, we were notified the article would go live by weeks end and they … Continue reading