Here you can find information on the Frisian Pointer in general, and on our dogs in particular. The Stabyhoun is a continental pointing dog that originates from the Netherlands. It's a pleasant family companion as well as an excellent working dog. But since it's a rare breed, it's not well known for its working abilities. With our kennel, we aim to contribute to the breed itself, and with our site to its familiarity as a working dog.
The interest from abroad for the wonderful Stabyhoun dog breed is increasing. Also increasing is the number of emails we get with requests for information regarding character, behaviour, qualities and of course: how to obtain a puppy.
I was spending so much time answering these questions, that I decided to put the answers to more people's use, by converting them into website content. I hope it will be of use to you as well.
Updates will be posted below:
Did some maintenance on several pages of the website and added pictures.
Happy new year and best wishes to all our visitors for 2019.
Today Toet gave birth to 9 puppies: 4 males and 5 females. See the Skarlún litter, in Dutch but you get the picture. All puppies are spoken for.
Went on a walk this morning with Meiske, Toet and daughter/sister Meike. It was fun! Made a photo report of it.
Best wishes for 2017 to all our visitors. The year we hope to welcome the Skarlún litter.
The sun was shining, so we went for a hike. See the pictures pages.
More pictures added on the pictures pages.
Added some more pictures of our lodgers. Fenna's ears are plucked which makes a lot of difference.
Fenna came to stay again, this time accompanied by her delightful daughter Sanne of 8 months. There are pictures on the new picture pages for 2016.
We wish you a wonderful 2016, may this year bring what you're hoping for.