Joined May 11 2009
I am an upland hunter and E.B. enthusiast. I got involved with the breed in 1995 and National club in 1997 because of my first Breton, Elle. She and my second E.B., "Hoss", were such outstanding hunting dogs and companions, that I desired to see the breed recognized in its own right in the United States for what it truly is; "the smallest but the best of the pointing breeds". That interest has led to owning, enjoying and sharing dozens of these dogs with friends across the country and abroad who share the same passion for the breed. I am still a bird hunter first, and individual lover of these dogs, who has hunted them across the U.S. and into Canada, and gone over to France to see them work in the mother land of the Breed. I am proud of the traditions developed by the Georgia club, and enjoy the dogs and interaction with our members who enjoy them. I am also proud to have been active with and a part of the CEB-US (formerly FBGDA) as we have worked to protect and improve the Epagneul Breton in the United States. We have done some wonderful things with and for the dogs themselves.