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I’ve always wanted to photograph a newborn Barbet puppy daily to show how much they change in the 8-10 weeks they are with us. With the larger litters taking photos daily is low on the priority list. However, with our … Continue reading
A few weeks ago I ventured to New York City for a photography assignment. While there, I was fortunate to meet up with three Barbet families. The first was Laurie who owns Lia’s uncle Archie whom she got from my … Continue reading
Exciting news!!! Barbet puppies are to be born in America from American Barbet / Ginkgo in early April 2014. The parents that were bred are my beloved: CKC CH. Cinna Di Barbochos Reaiu De Prouvenco CGC and AKC-BIS CKC CH. … Continue reading
Cleo’s Barbet puppies now have their kennel names! Their names start with a C as we are following the alphabet for our litter order. The theme is places and every C name corresponds with a city, state, or country. Also, … Continue reading
Isis, my black beauty of a Barbet, is a force to be reckoned with especially when it comes to getting the frisbee. This determination has pleasantly lead her into dock diving and lending well to Rally O training class. She … Continue reading
Paula of Biscay Water Dogs, Ula of The Friendly Barbet, and Me (Stacy Able) of American Barbet joined together in Ohio in October to attend a Pat Hastings seminar on dog structure. Sounds mundane but in the breeding world it … Continue reading
There is a new man in town named Courallis Candor aka Canto. He was imported from Quebec, Canada. He is happily living in Brooklyn and Peconic, New York with the Cardinale Matalon family. Isn’t he a furry beautiful man?