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464 Hargrave Street
Winnipeg, MB, R3A 0X5

204-956-4708

Through words and images, we are on a mission to share our passion for pointing dogs, upland hunting and sporting dog photography. 

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On-line Time Machine

Craig Koshyk

Just about every month, I stumble upon yet another gold mine of on-line archives providing (usually) free access to thousands of old magazines, books, and film footage.  Last week, I came across some truly fascinating clips of pointing dogs.

Here is a short film from Scotland that shows just how big some
of the Pointer and Setter kennels had become by the 1930s.


And here is a short documentary from France that shows a fascinating mix of breeds, from Pointers and Setters to Britannies, Braques and Korhtals Griffons.


In this short clip, we see some of the last remaining specimens
 of the Griffon Boulet, a pointing breed that is now extinct.
I wrote about the Griffon Boulet previously here.

And finally, here is a piece about Pointers and Setters 
being trained and running in trials on the Canadian prairies.