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The Epagneul Breton Foundation, Inc.

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SUPPORTING BREED EDUCATION AND RESEARCH

THROUGH PHILANTHROPY

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History and Standards

The Epagneul Breton is the smallest of the pointing breeds, known for its energetic pursuit of game and distinct close-working style in the field, and its sociable, pleasant temperament in the home. A major purpose of The Epagneul Breton Foundation. Inc., is to educate owners, breeders and the public on the history and standards of the breed, and promote recommendations for preserving its unique qualities and characteristics.


The foundation's educational activities include developing, publishing and distributing breed education materials related to the history, development, and current issues concerning the Epagneul Breton breed. The Foundation periodically provides free lectures and makes available instructional books, videos and other resources to those who are interested.


Breed Standard and History


     •     Official Epagneul Breed Standard of the United Kennel Club, Inc.

     •     FCI Standard 95 for the Epagneul Breton


Articles

     •     A History Lesson - The First Recognized Epagneul Bretons  

     •     Early History and Purpose of Field Trialing - by Fred Overby

     •     Early History of the Epagneul Breton according to R. de Kermadec

     •     Epagneul Breton Working Standard - Translation by Reynald Lefebvre

     •     History of the Breed in Western Hemisphere

     •     The History of the Tail - Gaston Pouchain