I was stupid? ignorant? to have published some documents I have in my possession in the past without watermarking them.They ended up in an ignoramuses' hands a couple of years ago for a pseudo meeting where nothing happened, provided by a kissy-ass couple working ever so hard to slander as many as possible, sell dogs under contracts to corner the market and achieve Greatdom.
The reason why I have had to "cut" the documents is so they could not be shown in whole by a pseudo historian
who only just stole all the information off my site( after I did all the work to find it) to slander breeders and their work more easily, is now hopefully resolved. Although, you never really know what will be done next...
Here is a very interesting document that shows that a dog is originally registered at the SCC 5R.I or T.I) and then "confirmed" as being representative of the breed. That having never been done in the 1980/2000 or so, period, a dog could walk into a show as a poodle and walk out as a Barbet.I kid you not.
This says the dog was registered as R.I which would correspond to T.I and then 3 years later was accepted as a LOF Barbet. That did not happen to any dogs produced in those years as they were automatically "Barbets"...several are aware of this, but needless to say: mum is the word.
A dog without a pedigree complete on both sides could not be a champion. No names but...one just won a big show recently.
Don't tell anyone I told you.
Mucho poodles in the pedigree does not a Barbet make according to FCI rules.