We also can’t avoid the phenomenon of AGIs anymore. If you are working with the larger Parisian Frill nowadays, you will find yourself confronted with the AGI.

In fact, I don’t call it a race, but an improvement of the Parisian Frill. Because the standard requirements have not been amended, the AGI has been born. The result is that we see very little true Parisian Frills anymore and also real AGIs have to be looked for with a magnifying glass. What we did end up with is a hodgepodge of AGIs and Parisians, a mix of hybrids. We will have to keep a very close eye on the standards to be able to preserve the true Parisian Frill, as most fans are charmed with the large heads of the AGI, preferably with a hood. At the moment, any Parisian Frill with a hood is called an AGI.

Last two years we participated at the world show with an AGI and managed to get gold (Hasselt) and bronze (Bari). Do we then have top AGIs? No, but we do have amongst the best that are on show.

To end with the words of Paul Putz: “You can’t say that you are only breeding AGIs. Parisians are still being born from the current AGIs.”

Please find some pictures of our AGIs below.