Welcome to Aubrey Briards
Aubrey Briards came to be in 2006. After many years of owning Skye Terriers I was in need for a bigger breed that looked similar to the Skye. The Briard was the obvious transition. We are Briard crazy and enjoy everything about the breed. We always welcome newcomers and like to make sure they find their way with the breed and the many obstacles of the show world, breeding, training etc.
We first started with two Briards from the long standing NZ Briard Kennels "Angevin". We named them Bodie and Ebonie and they are responsible for Aubrey Briards.
There are many things that we would like to share with you, so feel free to look through the site. I will be updating the site with NZ breed history, litter history and expected litters. All our briards are health tested with all necessary checks before breeding. We are closely connected with three lovely kennels in Australia. Awmas Kennels, Tiahart Briards and Boanch Briards. If you are looking for a Briard we recommend you contact these lovely friendly people.
Two Fantastic Facebook Forums.
We have two great facebook sites that are truly enjoyable safe and friendly and one has been running for 5 years and helps all Aubrey Briards (plus briards from other breeders) keep in touch. Both groups are closed to the general public, but just ask to be approved and come enjoy the conversation and pictures shared by all.
Aubrey Briards and Friends 2016 Calendar
We have owned Orpingtons since 2009 and have enjoyed breeding and sharing them with our friends.
In the last couple of years we have started to collect and breed the many colours of Orpington.
The most commonly known colours in NZ are black, blue, splash and buff (gold). But we also have Lavender, lemon and Cuckoo.
We also have a range of bantam Orpington in black, white and cuckoo. We live in the stunning West coast of the South Island.
My wife and I enjoy gardening and have made massive chicken runs the are situated through out the property displaying the many colours of Orpington. We mostly sell fertilised eggs through the post but also have a range of pullets (young female hens) and older birds for sale. Please look through the pages and if you are interested in eggs or chicks you can register your interest .
We look forward to hearing from.