Our new 3 week old Braque d' Auvergne pup

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Our new 3 week old Braque d' Auvergne pup

Postby goosedowner » Tue Sep 03, 2013 5:46 pm

It's been a long road but we finally have a Braque d' Auvergne pup coming. I found the breeder on this site's classifieds and the pup should flying into the Pittsburgh airport around 10th of Oct. I owe Chiendog and his book a big thanks for helping me find this breed.
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Re: Our new 3 week old Braque d' Auvergne pup

Postby Duckdog17 » Tue Sep 03, 2013 6:43 pm

Congrats!
Can ya help a fella out with pronunciation? ;)
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Re: Our new 3 week old Braque d' Auvergne pup

Postby goosedowner » Tue Sep 03, 2013 6:55 pm

It's french and it's pronounced, Brack - doo - ver-ann.
I was TOTALLY miss pronouncing it until I read the correct way in Chiendog's book
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Re: Our new 3 week old Braque d' Auvergne pup

Postby figgel » Wed Sep 04, 2013 8:26 am

Beautiful!!!!!!! Just wonderful!

Due to Craig's book, our next will likely be a BB -- my husband says GRIFF, but I think I'll win this one! :)
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Re: Our new 3 week old Braque d' Auvergne pup

Postby Steve Anker » Wed Sep 04, 2013 8:32 am

Bracque De whaaat?
Braccque de Averneee...?
I think it means, loosely translated...

"Pointing Hound Dog who smells like cheese"

Rotsa Ruck..!
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Re: Our new 3 week old Braque d' Auvergne pup

Postby GRIFF MAN » Wed Sep 04, 2013 9:00 am

figgel wrote:Beautiful!!!!!!! Just wonderful!

Due to Craig's book, our next will likely be a BB -- my husband says GRIFF, but I think I'll win this one! :)



A smart man you married !!!! :D
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Re: Our new 3 week old Braque d' Auvergne pup

Postby Duckdon » Wed Sep 04, 2013 9:26 am

Cool. I for one will be looking for frequent updates. Good Luck with your new hunt buddy. Don
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Re: Our new 3 week old Braque d' Auvergne pup

Postby chiendog » Wed Sep 04, 2013 3:49 pm

Now THAT is a cute pup!! Congratulations.

Can ya help a fella out with pronunciation?


Here is a relatively easy way to hear a native speaker of just about any language say a word in that language so you can hear how it is pronounced.

Step one: go to http://translate.google.com/
Step two: in the left hand box (the translate 'from' box) choose the language you want to hear it in. In this case, choose French.
Step three: type the word you want to hear, in this case braque d'auvergne
Step four: click on the small speaker icon that is found at the bottom right corner of the box you just typed into. You will hear a voice of a native speaker pronounce the word

Here is a direct link to braque d'auvergne on google translate. If you click the speaker icon in the left side box you will hear a French pronunciation. If you click the speaker icon in the right side box you will hear an American pronunciation, which is not quite right to my ear. For me, the easiest, clearest way to say it in English would be Brak (rhymes with back) doh (rhymes with go) vairn (rhymes with cairn) BRAK DOH VAIRN

http://translate.google.com/#auto/en/br ... 27auvergne
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