I have, as many of you know ( most of you
) been working really hard keeping you informed of what was/is going to happen this summer for the Barbet and how the SCC has decided to help the breed. So, you have followed all the developments because I feel all need to have the same information regardless of how I feel about some of them/ some of you.
Well, "they" have again, managed to turn an event into something biased, but ONLY sending people to the club website, which has no information about the event, only the confirmation that it is happening.
Everyone knows I have been informing you all.
My point here is, as I was reminded: there are now 2? breeders in France, officially...and the goal of these whoer-tongued
to make sure there are none, or at least not me.Then of course they will reign.
Two, that any trace of the Barbet history is erased, by slandering my name, the historical work I have done for the breed and any work done by breeders before me, trying to keep the Barbet from becoming a pure 65 cm poodle crossed with whetever..That is also a subject to ask questions about at the symposium.
Why do people think that by spending their time slandering others, attacking every word said by going onto on forums, they are working for the breed's survival? Is a man( generic type word) any bigger or does he have more balls because he is throwing his weight around belittling others?
Too many years(30) have gone by with this kind of permanent attacks, on breeders of good-will. It's all in the Barbet Club bulletins.The bad example was set and hard to get some out of the habit of showing how superior they are.
That's why not many want to touch the breed and that's why it's going nowhere. You have to be real courageous to put up with them every day. Shame because it is a nice breed.
So, questions for this summer are not JUST about the dog and the standard, but also the "rest".
Not just a question of inbreeding, lines and health, but the shit that goes on behind the scene, by "goodie-two" shoes who have empowered themselves to take over.Not just in France, either.
I knew this picture would come in handy at some point. Always good to keep everything.U never know.