Preserving and improving the Bichon Frise breed, has been my main interest and hobby from 1994 until 2004. I even had registered my
own kennel name "Du Jardin d'Aulne", a translation in French of my maiden name. On this page are collected photos of my dogs, who
all brought it to Champions!
Iris became Dutch and International Champion, and she was my very first dog ever! How excited I was,
back in 1994, getting my own dog! On the left picture you see Iris after she became a Champion, and on the right you see
her in 1994 when she was a little puppy :)
Alexander was my second dog, and he became a multi Champion! Pictures of him were used in dog magazines and books!
On the left you see him when he already was a Champion, while on the right you see him together with his brother, when they
were little puppies :)
Maggie became a Dutch Champion and her thick fluffy coat made her one of my little bears :) On the left
you see Champion Maggie, while on the right you see her as a puppy, with Iris in the background.
Charlie was a very cheerful dog, and he became a Dutch Champion!
He also was one of my little bears, with his thick fluffy coat :) On the left you see him after he became a Champion,
and on the right when he was a puppy :)
Dorothee was Charlie and Iris's daughter and she brought it to Dutch Champion in no time! She had such
a soft and fluffy coat and such a round body, that she always has been my typical bear bichon :) On the left you see
Dorothee after she became a Champion, and on the right when she was a little puppy :) Her picture on the left was used
in 2001 to represent the Bichon Frise breed in a dog breeds book!
Cynthia became Dutch Junior Winner and later she brought it to Dutch Champion! She was Iris's
granddaughter! On the picture left you see her after she became a Champion, and on the right you see her
when she was a little puppy :)
Sweet Bathine was an International Champion and a Europe Winner! She was a daughter of Iris, and she had the
most sweet temperament of all my dogs, while she was very cheerful too! Bathine was my very last dog. After she passed away
in 2012, so far I have not taken a new dog or other pet. On the left you see Bathine after she became a Champion, and on the right
you see her when she was a 7 weeks old little puppy :)