If you follow this site, you may remember the post about Ghost the Weimaraner from last summer. Ghost’s owner, Tyler, is being relocated to a place where owning him and doing him justice as an active hunting dog will be difficult. Ghost is for sale. As you will see in the price, Tyler is not trying to make money, but rather trying to find a good home for him. Tyler is asking $500 for Ghost, if the fit is right. He is a one and a half year old cut male and is not papered. He did two months of training at Cove Mountain Kennels with me last summer. He is a solid hunting dog, although young. When I finished with him he was steady-to-wing, and a pleasure to work with. Tyler doesn’t want to advertise him a a field champion, but I will vouch for him being a solid hunting dog. If you are interested, call Tyler at 509-768-4817 or email at email@example.com. I am having problems uploading his picture, but there is a nice one of Ghost during training lower in the blog.
Here is a pic from yesterday of Boomer the American Brittany. This Brit is out of one of my Kenya/Clown crosses. Currently, we are training five different pups out of my two Kenya/Clown crosses. They are doing very well and are very trainable. It is exciting to work with the dogs we bred. Can’t wait to see how well they turn out!
I returned a week ago from a fantastic hunting safari in Eastern Cape Province, South Africa with my dad. We were there a week and took some nice trophies. I booked with this particular outfitter because he offered caracal (a lynx-like cat) hunts with hounds. I just can’t get enough of hunting with dogs! The dogs also ran pigs (both warthogs and bushpigs) and caught a warthog in a hole that came out very mad at me and sent me to the local doctor. We killed a variety of antelope species and had a very good hunt. This was my third safari to Africa and although one of the others was also a very good outfit, this particular outfitter and area offered the most. They were extremely professional. The trophy quality was excellent and the species available to hunt in the area is second to none. If you are interested in learning more about this hunt (which was very affordable) contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have one or two openings for training dogs from now until hunting season. It generally takes two months of training to get the dogs where they need to be. The time is now to have your dog ready for hunting season. In general, we like to get dogs at 7-8 months of age (or older), but often dogs are ready for serious training at 6 months. We also do work with puppies at a discounted rate. Contact Nick at 314-954-5424 if you are interested in getting your bird dog trained with us in Pocatello, ID.
We have gotten some great photos lately of some of our latest litter of Brittany puppies in their new homes. We will try to post a few for you. Pictured here is Gus, now owned by Leah and Kevin of Utah.
We have one male Brittany puppy still available. He is a nice pup with a middle-of-the-road temperament and some very cool facial markings. He is 7 1/2 weeks old and ready to go to his new home. At this point, 2 of the 9 puppies have been brought home with the rest going home this week or weekend.
Please call or text Nick at 314-954-5424 or email email@example.com for more information.
The pups will turn four weeks old and begin some solid food Saturday April 18. They are developing some fun personalities. We have two males left. Please call Nick at 314-954-5424 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested. They are going fast.
The vet was surprised at how healthy these pups were when they got their tails docked and dew claws removed. All of them are getting very big and looking healthy. Here is a pic of them at 12-days-old. We are still taking deposits.
The Stella/Clown cross puppies are here. Stella did a very nice job and birthed nine beautiful Brittany puppies on Saturday, March 22, 2014. She had five females and four males. There is one female liver and white and one male liver and white puppy. The rest are orange and white. Some have a lot of orange and others do not. It is a very nice mix. We have been excited about this cross and litter after two successful breeding of Stella’s big sister, Kenya, to the Clown. Please scroll down for more information on these two hunting dogs.
If you are interested in a pup, please call Nick at 314-954-5424 or email at email@example.com. There are several deposits down. Our last litter was sold before it hit the ground. There are males and females available. This is very good breeding of Dave Walker’s top hunting stud with an AKC titled hunting dog.
It looks like the Stella/Clown cross took. Stella (Karamojo’s Dragon Tattoo JH) is getting big and looking pregnant. Puppies should be on the ground March 24 and be ready for new homes 7-8 weeks after that. I am excited about this cross. Stella is an excellent hunter and companion dog. She holds an AKC JH title which she earned by going four for four in the AKC hunt test last March in Mayfield, Idaho. She has performed very well on Idaho wild birds including chukar, pheasant, forest grouse, sharptail grouse, sage grouse, and hungarian partridge. She is everybody’s friend and loves to play when she is not in the field. In the field she is all business. One of the reasons I am excited about this litter is that Stella was the most trainable dog I have ever worked with. She wanted to please. Once she knew what I wanted, she would do it.
The Clown is a Dave Walker dog whom I have used past breeding with Stella’s older sister, Kenya. He is a magnificent hunter. Dave Walker’s reputation for producing fine dogs is legendary.
I am currently taking deposits on this litter.
Please call Nick at 314-954-5424 (Inkom, ID) or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.