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Brush Dale Kennel - Iowa Small Munsterlander Breeders
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About Brush Dale Kennel
Brush Dale Kennel produces outstanding Small Munsterlander Pointers gun dogs who double as the family pet and watchdog. Our dogs will cooperatively hunt all types of upland game birds, waterfowel, and small fur. As is typical of German versatile breeds, they are as comfortable hunting in the water as they are on land, and are notoriously sharp on fur, even though they have extremely soft mouths when retrieving game birds.
Brush Dale puppies pups are well-above average in hunting skills; have exceptional noses, and thick, beautiful coats with a lot of feathering; are extremely cooperative; and have wonderful dispositions. They are born and raised in the home, are handled extensively every day from birth on, and are well-socialized with people, kids, other dogs, and cats. They are introduced to game birds, gunfire, and water from the age of four weeks. We also begin the housebreaking process at about four weeks, encouraging them to potty outside each time they awake and after they eat.
When you purchase a puppy from Brush Dale Kennel, you not only get a healthy Small Munsterlander Pointer puppy who is up-to-date with shots and worming and has dewclaws removed - you get a lot more:
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Hunting, Fishing, Lodging, Training, Birds for sale
Breeder Contact Info
17374 Hwy 62
Maquoketa, Iowa 52060
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 15 years.
563-495-4600Send Email to Brush Dale KennelClick here to visit Brush Dale Kennel website
Submitted by: Adrienne on May 09, 2017I got a male dog from this breeder 3 years ago. We all make a point to comment on negative things so I make a point to say something when something is WONDERFUL. We initially wanted a female, but so glad we got the male. We thought it was just a sales tactic, them saying males actually can have better temperaments then females. But he has the best temperament. He is loving & cuddly, protective (but not aggressive), stubborn but very smart and will learn almost anything with patience and proper training. Loves to hunt for pretty much anything. He has all the varmints under control, except the moles. They seem to sometimes elude his crafty skills. They do need acreage though. They are energetic outside, but not spastic dogs inside. If they have plenty of land they will pretty much poop them selves out just looking for critters. Thanks Brush Dale.