Yeah, Gene has been our "fairy godfather". It takes a lot of work to create and manage such a group. Specially if it will continue to grow by this rate. In about 10 days there are already over 90 members. And from so many different countries. Hope it will help people appreciate the differences in the breed. Love, Alenka
Hi Christiane,thank you very much for interest. I am from Moscow, Russia. My husband used to have Irist back in Russia and now we are having beatiful Iish puppy in CA.
Ruby is from Rose Valley Kennel.
Her mother iz Zazoo: http://www.rosevalleykennel.com/zazoo.htm
Father is Dusty:http://www.rosevalleykennel.com/dusty.htm
Please tell me more about your dogs.
Best Regards, Kate
Hi, Christiane, thanks for info about Ruby's grandmother, i am so proud she has europian insestors.
Your work with Setters sounds very interesting, keep me posted about your success. As known Irish Setters are not retrievers.
Sounds like you've been having a great time, hunting different birds in different parts of Europe - what could be better?
We've been having a good time down here in Australia on the quail, last year was a dry year, which means there is less cover and fewer birds, but we still managed around 600 finds. This year the summer rains have been much better and I'm expecting to have a much better season this year.
Do I recall from our chats on another site that you got or you saw a Kilsheelan pup from New Zealand? If so, what is the breeding of the pup/dog and what are you're thoughts as to it's perfromance?
Hi Christiane, yes I will be very interested, I don't know the owner personally but I was 'in' from the very beginning of this young mans life, had very many 'looks' as to which one should be sent to Germany it was such a good litter I actually had two others from this litter to stay and I campaigned them for the first couple of months so I feel like a ''grandma'' to them all, thank you for letting me know, I actually thought that he had done his first test, that is what you get when you get everything second or third hand, thank you again Dee and the girls
Hi there Christiane, sorry it took so long to get back to you about the trials I thank you for the results although I couldn't read a word, everyone English is better than my language skill (actually they are non existent) I can say hallow and goodbye in a few languages but that's it Thanks again Dee and the girls, Please keep in touch Dee
I'm very glad to hear about you again. Hunting? What game can you hunt in this period with irishes? Stockholm! Wow! Sounds very exciting! Have a good time and I hope you will share your experiences with me. I'm still sad because I don't really understand the news on your homepage, this way I can not be uptodate in changes. Puppy plans developing? What do you mean? Is there any of your girls in season?
Thanks, I will pass your regards to Andy, I'm sure he will reply with tail waving!
Waiting for news.
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