Media & publishing
Kiss ( Al Khabara Legnd Of The Blue Lily) and Sensei ( Al Khabara Lezz Go Sensational) inviting to see their ads at Afghansonline.com – the website where the ads of Afghan Hounds world is tradition! See the ads: Kiss add and Sensei at Spotlight ad
We can’t THANK her owners enough for making the first year in shows enjoyable and joyous for these dynamic juniors and congratulations for the great success! We couldn’t be more proud !
Sensei making a statement as coverboy at afghansonline.com and Kiss inviting to see her and her “Kiss this” attitude on her new ad too Take a look a Sensei’s and Kiss new ads now up at Afghansonline.com – the website where the ads of Afghan Hounds world is tradition!
We can’t THANK their owners and co-owners enough for making them first shows enjoyable and joyous and congratulations for the great start of their show carrers ! We couldn’t be more proud !
Nice post from Finland.
Afgaani magazine nr 3- 2015, published by Afghan Hound Breed club of Finland, our Al Khabara breeder interview on 14 pages!
Many thanks to SA-FA and editors of magazine, also many thanks for such lovely feedback from Finnish readers, it was very heartwarming to get messages from you. Thank you!
Nice surprise from England – new calendar for 2015, The Southern Afghan Club calendar and Tutti (Al Khabara Eleganzza) in page January.
Also, from the envelope, we found the puzzle of Tutti racing wild. What a lovely gift, many thanks to Tutti’s owner Claire in England!
LILLI showing her BLUE COAT just as proud as the models side of her, and looking into camera same way as they do :)
Lilli is C.I.B CH Al Khabara Graceful Me and this post would easily be as Lilli loves camera vol 4 or Camera loves Lilli vol 5 . Shortly – Lilli had photo shoot for Otto catalogue advertisement in Buduaar magazine published last month here in Estonia. It was rainy day and slight breeze but Lilli did it like a professional ;)
It was in April when we wrote of Tentel doing therapy dog in library and the event was filmed and team intervieuwed by people from Portuguese embassy in Estonia.
Now that was in TV in Portugal – click on picture to see video or directly from this link
How great is to look the kids talking English in video and how nice is to see Tentel ( Al Khabara Extravaganza) middle of doing something she loves.
Tentel well representing our breeding from her grand grand mother Meeri, our very first Afghan Hound 1994, aswell her grandmother Favorita 1998, her Sire Mouztafa 2006 and Mom Grace 2005 – all these generations behind had same lovely personality we are so proud of! We are also very happy that Tentel has owners who offer her all these great possibilities to… Continue reading
Very proud breeders here sharing the link to the latest FCI Newsletter 3-2014 30/06/2014 where is article and photos of Tentel (Al Khabara Extravaganza, 2 years old), the “Listening Dog” and about this project and interview with Tentel’s owner Jane Jaggo
“A dog is a great companion for kids learning to read” – article by Marie Luna Durán, FCI Marketing and Public Relations Manager is published in four languages (EN, SP, FR, D)
For more news is that Tentel just recently passed the exam by gaining high points and is now officially internationally certified Therapy Dog!
Today the Portugalian TV visited the Reading Dogs at work in Tartu library.
Tentel ( Al Khabara Extravaganza ) with her owner Jane Jaggo pictured by Tartu Lugemiskoerad
SkyPlus radio station visited Tartu Public Library to meet the Reading Dogs in their job.
This is Tentel (Al Khabara Extravaganza) pictured waiting the little reader to start. That day there also was Newfoundland dog and Golden retriever.
Photo of Tentel is made by Sky+
Ali ( CH Al Khabara Babbar) in the German sighthound club DWRV magazine “Unsere Windhunde”, article about Saluki Worldcongress in Finland at 2008
Article is published in pages 26-31 in german here
Eins – zwei – drei nach Finnland zum Saluki World Congress Impressionen beim ersten Saluki World Congress ‐ 26.6.‐2.7.2008 ‐ in Finnland Dieser Artikel erschien gekürzt im DWZRV‐Magazin “Unsere Windhunde”, Ausgabe Dezember 2008, Seiten 26‐31