I've owned Irish Setters since 1970 and shown them since 1972. My kennel name is Coppersheen. I worked as a journalist for 25 years and now freelance. My other interests include all kinds of music and genealogy. I review classical music, opera and ballet for a daily paper in Southampton. My love of music has influenced the names of dogs I have bred. Got married in 2010 to Robert Clifford, with whom I now share the Coppersheen kennel name.
So nice to meet up again - albeit in the world wide space...
I still love that photo of Kargray Charity - grandmother of our very first Copper born in 1975.
Have you seen the 'newest' Coppersheens? my D-litter bron in April - not high class musicians, more like little devils...
have fun here
of the Swiss Coppersheens
Welcome to the site!
I gladly would get know you better, as I have always liked your breeding. The irish on your profile photo looks amazing, bet you know that too :-))
Hope you will upload some photos of your dogs in your photoalbum soon, and join the discussions sometimes :-)
Enjoy the site!
Greetings, Marta & Sarah
Thank you so much Sue! Your comment made me very glad! Most of the dogs belongs to Kennel Discovery, which I´m proud of beeing a part of. Speak soon! Ps: I also have a husband who is not so fond of dogsshows!!!
good to hear from you, hope all goes as planned! There are not many litters of Irish bred in Switzerland so there tends to be quite high demand - which at least gives you a choice of potential owners. But even then it is never easy...
what is all this about husbands...? Does ANYONE have a husband who enjoys dogshows??? let's start an auction:-))
all the best,
long time no see, hope all went well with your house move I have been in and out of hospital all year, knees and appendix and not finished yet. gemma has had another lovely litter, this time used Bardonhill Bardolino by Anlory, will put some photos of them on in due course