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Graziano's Gun Dogs - Oregon Braque Francais Breeders
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About Graziano's Gun Dogs
Taking names for our waiting list for expected upcoming Spring 2015 litters.
We are a husband and wife team. We are small, home-style breeders and trainers of gun dogs, specializing in the breed Braque Francais (Pyrenees). This is an old breed of pointers of French origin and relatively rare, especially in the U.S. The French bred for a small size and mild mannered temperament as compared with the more common German Shorthair Pointer. They look similar but the size is generally smaller and more compact. They also have more of an easy going temperament which works well in a family environment. Imagine a pointing gun dog with an "off switch".
Our Dam, "Moose" is French Canadian from excellent blood lines and from a NAVHDA Breeder's award kennel. Although Moose is now retired from breeding, she is the origin of our breeding program being an excellent representation of the breed to this day. Our second Dam "Flying Squirrel" is the pick of the litter from Moose's first breeding. Her dad, "Hawg Wild" is from pure French bloodlines and a NAVHDA Breeder's award kennel as well. Her Grandad, "Uron" was the first North American Braque Francais to achieve "Versatile Champion" (NAVHDA Invitational-2009). Our third Dam "Veri Birdi" is pick of the litter from Moose's third litter. Her dad is the magnificent "Mack De Grand Ciel".
These are working dogs who love to hunt. They are versatile enough to hunt both upland birds and warm-weather water fowl. They are a pleasure for the walking hunter. We are committed to producing quality pups, so our Dams have been tested for the retention of their natural hunting ability through NAVHDA. Their eyes are tested and certified clear by CERF and their hips have been OFA certified good & excellent. Due to the quality of their litters, future litters are planned. Email us to be put on our contact list and we will let you know when we intend to breed again. All of our dogs and puppies from them are registered with the Canadian Kennel Club.. Full pedigrees and more photos are available on request or click on "PEDIGREES" on this page to view the last three generations and more photos.We raise our dogs and litters in a home environment, as part of our family. We hope one of our pups can become part of your family too.
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Sisters, Oregon 97759
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 6 years.
805-245-8631Send Email to Graziano's Gun Dogs
Submitted by: Micheal Black on Jan 07, 2011Adrienne and Norm,
That's great to hear you will be breeding your dogs again. I have enjoyed my puppy, Tucker [8 months old] and has been very easy to train throughout this last hunting season. Me and my uncle Troy have had great success with our two dogs and I will be happy to spread the word that you guys will be having another litter. As for a little up date on Tucker, he has been in the field on pheasants, quail and ducks almost every weekend of hunting season this year. He has just started to figure out how to point and hold birds which has been very exciting to see all the progress he has made in the last few months. Me and my dad have had almost 25-30 birds shot and retrieved by him so far this year. He is turning out to be great hunting dog and family dog. He is still a little hesitant to go and retrieve in the water but I am sure it will come in time and I have not had one complaint about this dog. I am very excited to see what he will become in the next few years. I hope all is going well and hope you had a great new year and I will try to keep you up to date on how things are going with Tucker throughout the new year.