Puppies – planned litter”P” – 2019
Unfortunately, our previously planned litter for 2018 did not come to fruition, we plan another litter in 2019, but we do not know yet what time of the year.
Our goals and standards – ideas behind planned litters
Breeding dogs is a balance between health, nature and origin. Each of these factors is important at the same level. Breeding decisions in our case are preceded by long analysis and interviews. We look at the pedigrees, we evaluate dogs, we check the health and fitness of the dog (also his parents, siblings and offspring), we also learn as much as we can about its temperament.
We prefer Barbets in the old type, medium sized with a very good quality of coat, in other words – we want to have as much “Barbet in Barbet” as possible, not the breeds introduced with fatal consequences in 80’s.
Puppies and litters in our kennel are always unique. We never repeat matings and we never mate together dogs that lives with us and during the selection of dogs we do not pay attention to how far away they live, and how difficult it can be to reach them. We are committed to bring to Poland the best lines of these dogs as well as expand the genetic pool of the breed.
In such a small population, the health of dogs is a of top concern. Our dogs as well as those used in our breeding are tested for diseases that occur in the breed – hip and elbow dysplasia and eye diseases. Only healthy dogs are accepted for breeding. The health results of our dogs are available on our website (scroll down – https://barbety.pl/en/kennels/).
In agreements with new owners we do not enforce any breeding conditions and we do not sell puppies into co-ownerships. We believe that the free exchange of experience and knowledge and mutual trust is the best basis for future breeding decisions and for co-operation for the benefit of the breed. All puppies from our kennel are treated the same, regardless of whether they’d stayed with us or not, we are happy with their success and we support owners in obtaining permission for breeding and running their own kennels.
We look after the puppies long before they are even born. The condition and health of the mother determines her capability for future care of offspring. Before each litter, our females are examined and evaluated. Daily care of our dogs and puppies is exercised by veterinary – Agnieszka Bober .
Socialization and selection of puppies
Socialization is very important during raising puppies. Pups are constantly stimulated and taken to a new place with their own “Barbetmobile” . They have guests, they play with the dogs , ride on tours, and they run on our dog’s playground. From the third week of life, our house is open to all who wish to see them. The result of a two-month (or longer, if the puppies are going abroad ) socialization, are balanced dogs, curious, loving and open to new people and other experiences. The best recommendation are happy families though excellent socialization is also recognized by the breeding committee evaluating the litter.
Puppies for future homes are selected to fit with the temperament of their future owners and expectations (breeding, training, dog therapy, etc. ). Their characters are evaluated with the help of behaviorist at the age of seven weeks and in that age we assign dogs to new families. Hence it is not possible to pre-book a particular puppy just because of its appearance (color, tie, etc.) but only on grounds of sex.
It’s the nature of the dog , not the white tip of the tail, that decides whether your relationship will be successful and full of joy.
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Previous litters – about our puppies 🙂
In 2013 after careful planning and long preparations Georgia gave birth to eleven little “Wierciłapas”, their daddy is BOREE di Barbochos Reiau de Prouvenco. Story of that litter may be traced here – “I” litter 2013. In decemeber of 2014, Georgia has become a mum of ten puppies, their father is CASPAR du Pre de Redy, this litter’s story can be traced here – “J” litter 2014. After Georgia (now proud grandma), ILA took over family traditions, becoming the mother in 2016 litter “M” and 2017 – litter “N”.