We wish you and your families all the best in the final weeks of hunting season and the rest of the New Year!Details
1st Annual General Meeting
On the sunny eastern shore of Florida lies a 1350-acre hunting preserve known as Quail Hunting Florida or QHF. This would be the site of the first NAPS annual meeting. QHF was a tremendous host and location for this Pudelpointer enthusiasts’ event. It was February 22, 2020 and the weather was nearly perfect for the members that were able to make the journey. Sunny, with highs in the low 60’s and a light breeze. For the members who were unable to make the journey to the southeast corner of the United States, the board had set up a teleconference to maximize participation.Details
Letter from the President
Greetings NAPS Members!
I am excited to share our first newsletter with you all. The North American Pudelpointer Society (NAPS) is a breed club that was formed by a group of Pudelpointer breeders with the purpose of supporting the preservation and protection of the Pudelpointer in North America. A breed standard and breeding requirements were developed, outlining the traits most desirable to promote the benefits and well-being of the breed. The goal of NAPS is to define the appearance of the breed, but emphasize the working and hunting ability.Details