20.08.2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

kennel info

It began with the buying of the male dog " Northington 's agile " of Mrs. M. Droemont in the year 1964. This male dog was many times shown and was  a  winner in 1968 of the usefulness examination for all districts at the LJV-circuit area of Haßfurt. With that  was  the first Basset-Hound with a hunting examination in Germany. In February 1971 " Barrabooka Elderberry " of Mrs. J. C. Wilson from Great Britain was added. Out of her fell then on 28.07.1971  the A-Litter in the kennel " Mainbridge ". At the beginning of the 80er years we have  then had orientate our breeding on the base of ' La Manzanera Basset 's.  Our it was always effort not to afflict with a hereditary disease, and to breed nice and powerful dogs.

One to this all our dogs  have several  hunting certificates.  Our dogs live with us on an over 1000 m2 garden  in a  suburb in a rural area. They  can more free live  in the  house and  the garden. The night they spend  in the heated dogs-house, or in our house.  We both are at home all the time. There is  between human being and dog a very close connection  what is very positive for the.

We give away our whelps earliest  11. or 12th life-week. By it they have the most important building phases  already run through, who they  leave our house. We are member in the Basset Hound-club, in the Association for the German dogs  and the FCI.

It began with the buying of the male dog " Northington 's agile " of Mrs. M. Droemont in the year 1964. This male dog was many times shown and was  a  winner in 1968 of the usefulness examination for all districts at the LJV-circuit area of Haßfurt. With that  was  the first Basset-Hound with a hunting examination in Germany. In February 1971 " Barrabooka Elderberry " of Mrs. J. C. Wilson from Great Britain was added. Out of her fell then on 28.07.1971  the A-Litter in the kennel " Mainbridge ". At the beginning of the 80er years we have  then had orientate our breeding on the base of ' La Manzanera Basset 's.  Our it was always effort not to afflict with a hereditary disease, and to breed nice and powerful dogs.

One to this all our dogs  have several  hunting certificates.  Our dogs live with us on an over 1000 m2 garden  in a  suburb in a rural area. They  can more free live  in the  house and  the garden. The night they spend  in the heated dogs-house, or in our house.  We both are at home all the time. There is  between human being and dog a very close connection  what is very positive for the.

We give away our whelps earliest  11. or 12th life-week. By it they have the most important building phases  already run through, who they  leave our house. We are member in the Basset Hound-Club, in the Association for the German dogs  and the FCI.