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At 2:25pm on May 7, 2008, Dušan Rauški said…
Welcome Renata
That's a lot of proving - good luck, hope you will succeed.
Very nice pictures!!!
At 3:00pm on May 7, 2008, Laura Kolbach said…
Welcome here, enjoy this site!
Laura and the girls
At 2:55am on May 8, 2008, Marta Magi said…
Welcome to the site!!!
I like all your hunting photos. You must spend lots of time to teach your dogs. And it looks they enjoy it very much!
Marta & Sarah :-)
At 3:10pm on May 8, 2008, Susan Stone said…
Welcome here!
... and you will proove it, I can tell!
At 4:51am on May 12, 2008, Dee Rance said…
Hi there Renata, welcome to the site, love the pictures, Dee and the girls
At 2:54am on May 16, 2008, Petra Kasznár said…
Dear Renata,
I've have heard a lot of good things from you and your dogs. Nice to see another irish fan who's aim is to prove that show line dogs can also work. Good luck!
Petra (from Hungary)
At 1:54pm on May 17, 2008, Cecilia GUIOT said…
So great to see a beautiful dog bringing a beautiful dog in his mouth....
I'm also trying to prove that Irish setter can be beautiful and good ...

Best regards ,

At 4:25am on May 27, 2008, Renata Berlińska said…
Many thanks to everybody for a warm welcome!
At 2:34pm on June 9, 2008, Christiane Lohmann said…
Hey, I am getting old ! Did not get it that you are here...
WELCOME ON BOARD and - we will have to meet soon. Check your e-mail and tell Ohar;-))))

Regrads to the redheads, daddy and Janka
yours sincerely Christiane
At 8:34am on August 24, 2008, Marta Galuszka said…
Cześć Renata!
Nie widziałam cię chyba wieki;)
Fajnie że do nas dołączyłaś:)
Gratuluje ślicznego maluszka:)
At 1:47pm on August 27, 2008, Marta Galuszka said…
Dziekuję za pozdrowienia dla Grety i maluchów ale aniołkami to na pewno one nie są;)
Gratulcje wyników na FT...tez bym tak chciała:)
Buziaki dla malucha:)
At 4:03pm on August 27, 2008, Agnieszka Dufrat 'Neiven' said…
że też wcześniej nie zauważyłam tu naszej hodowczyni...
Pozdrawiamy serdecznie
Agnieszka i Hawanka
At 10:39am on August 29, 2008, James Martin's said…
Hi Renata,
My father’s always hunted with Irish Setters.
He think that the Irish setter are more persistent and with an active personality, but they learn more quickly along more time.
Congratulations for the results.
At 10:35am on September 14, 2008, Petra Kasznár said…
Dear Renata,
Thanks for the invitation, it would be very interesting to partecipate on Polish trials, but I decided to enter Andy only one more time here in Hungary at the Saint Hubert with one of my hunter friends and then retire him from trials. He will be 8 in January and he earned to enjoy the rest of his life as a hunting dog:). Maybe with my next dog - till then I try to save some money for it:)
Bye, Petra
At 2:04am on September 15, 2008, Petra Kasznár said…
Are you doing your judge exam that you will assist judges on these trials or is it something else? I thought there were much more working Irishes in Poland than in Hungary. Why do you think people prefer other breeds to hunt and trial with in Poland?
Bye, Petra
At 11:33am on September 16, 2008, Petra Kasznár said…
Dear Renata,
First of all I'm wishing you good luck to complete the judge exam!
The reason why Irishes are not so popular in Hungary is numerous. First, the same as in Poland we have no breeders who select for hunting, then, we have the very popular breed the Hungarian Vizsla which is widely spread and they prefer use them or the German Shorthaired Pointer because of the short hair (Hungary is full burrs). Hungarian Vizslas are said to be easier to handle and they are more likely to hunt to satisfy their owner and not for their own satisfaction. Their search range is narrower, said to be search the shotgun distance. This is pretended because here in Hungary pheasant and hare huntings are organised for all the hunting society once per week in the season (from 20 to 40 guns at the same time in a line). You can immagine that there is no need for dogs who search wider then 20 mts! It is quite hard to keep a setter in this distance when it wants to explore the whole area:) But to tell you the truth these HVs are mostly not well trained hunting dogs but just dogs. (Don't misunderstand me, there are several HV owners who train their dogs, but this is a minority in respect to the whole breed).This is why last year every time a pheasant or a hare was lost or wounded the battle was stopped and I was called there with Andy to search for the lost game!
So my aim is to prove that Irish Setters are very good hunters and can be also used for versatile work! But they are not for everyone, not for stupid killers, Irish Setters have to be earned!
I read that your Jager had a car accident, what kind of injury did he suffer and what are his symptoms now?
Bye, Petra
At 5:48am on September 18, 2008, Petra Kasznár said…
Dear Renata,
Here hunters do think that they buy or get a dog with or even without pedigree and it has to work!!!!!
I'm really very sorry about Jager's legs!!! He is surely said about not being able to go on long shootings! Do vets say that they can improve the situation with another operation? How did the accident happen? Do you live in a flat or a house? In the city or somewhere outside? Where can you train your dogs?
Sorry for the huge amount of questions, but I have a curious personality.
Bye, Petra
At 1:27am on October 21, 2008, Petra Kasznár said…
Hi Renata,
thanks for the comment, it would be really good to see you and fokka next year here at Hortobágy Cup or Saint Hubert, or both! Waiting for your report about int. autumn trial.
At 5:07am on November 14, 2008, Laura Kolbach said…
some more days and it will be online! still LOTS to do, i have to write texts and look for photos into the gallery but hey, that's normal, so I will put it online :-)
At 1:15pm on November 22, 2008, Susan Stone said…
Many thanks Renata - love your website by the way!
Have fun with Fokka!

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