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Submitted by: Dane Neumann on Aug 31, 2016Cooper is doing quite well. I've had him out grouse hunting a number of times and he has pointed and flushed his fair share. Quite a few woodcock as well. Unfortunately with as green as it has been and as dense as we've been finding them, he hasn't had much reward. We did go to a gamefarm yesterday and he was smarter than us on a few of the birds. He'll hold point quite a while. He is even finding dead downed birds better than some of the other dogs. The farm we went to actually breeds brittanys as well and they were pretty impresses with him for his age. He retrieved one hen but has been leaving a lot lay too. Any pointers there?
All of us are very pleased with him as we seems to be maturing and developing quite well!
Submitted by: Andrew Heath on Aug 31, 2016We bought the last pup in the litter from you in August. I just wanted to send you an email with some pictures and an update on Elli.
We have nothing but good things to say about her. Her temperament and personality are exactly what we were looking for. She loves people and other dogs and is always looking to make new friends. I have never owned such an intelligent dog. She quickly learned many trick as well as manners. Hunting skills are very natural and only need fine tuning. She knew exactly what a pheasant wing was and is always excited to get a nose full of bird scent whether its pheasant or a sparrow in the yard. I took her out in the field this past Sunday. We weren't lucky enough to find any birds but I was extremely impressed at the way she worked the cover and how it seemed that she knew exactly what she was supposed to do. Needless to say we are more than happy with our pup and look forward to many more years of great hunts and memories.
Submitted by: Dave & Kim Hughes on Aug 31, 2016Our dog (Jax) is doing well. He loves to run (quite fast!) around our 1.5 acre rural yard, sometimes chasing a ball. He has a tremendous nose checking out all scents that warrant his attention, sometimes food if left too close to the counter edge! He is pretty much a "velcro" dog, following someone everywhere. He loves to play and gets along well with any dog willing to tolerate his need to play, He's extremely smart and learns quickly. He's quite healthy (lean), weighed about 33 lbs at last vet visit. He appears a little taller since then. When he was younger, I tried crating him at night, but he wimpered for most of the night. After a week of little sleep, I gave in. He now sleeps in our bed between us and is pretty happy about that! He gets lots of love and is very much a part of our family!
Dave & Kim Hughes
Submitted by: Jim Johnson on Aug 29, 2016My new pup is getting accustom to my dog babes and his new home. We are bonding . We named him Rudi Chief. Took him for a vet check, everything is fine. Want to thank you for the great dog.
Submitted by: Kathleen Brew on Aug 29, 2016I just thought I would send you an update on my puppy. She has been doing really well. All the vet visits have been going good. She has a lot of energy. We are going to puppy classes to work on this. Although she is leash trained she rarely needs one. She does great socializing with other dogs. She loves to go on runs with me and she stays on my heels the entire time. :)
I attached some pictures of her for you. Feel free to use them on your website! She will be 12 weeks tomorrow.
Submitted by: Tara Barribeau on Aug 29, 2016I was wondering if you still had some puppies for sale? and what ones are left. Trigger is doing great. We started him on training with a dummy and scent. He points now and is very happy. We love him and he is great with my children and with our cat. He was easy to housebreak. I can send you some pictures of him if you would like. We have spread the word out about your kennel and with how pleased we are with Trigger. He is an excellent dog and fits perfect with our family.
Take care and thank you for a wonderful dog.
Submitted by: Mike ceslok on Jan 13, 2014I had bought a dog from you about a year and half ago. He is doing awesome more than I could of hoped for. He has an outstanding nose and will hold point forever. Going to start guiding hunts and running him in the bdc competitions. Thanks again for a great dog
Mike and boomer
Submitted by: Beth Geisler on Jan 13, 2014Jake is a year old today! BY FAR, the best dog either my husband or I have ever had:) Thanks again!!!
Submitted by: Jeff leverenz on Nov 23, 2013It may be a bit early at 14 weeks to tell but, hunting must run deep in her family tree. She has been fun to watch in the field and we have seen to find plenty of birds.
Checkout the attached photos... I have a friend that said he is calling you when his son is a bit older to get a Brit after seeing her!!!
Submitted by: Don Haufe on Sep 28, 2013Thanks, Kevin. She's doing really well. I think 2 or 3 accidents in the house. She swam last weekend like a pro once she got used to doing so after a few seconds. I'm sure we'll be very happy with her (I already am!). My wife and daughter are spoiling her, however. I'm not around enough to do so.