Hunting Hills' Kennel Z Litter due November 5, 2014 - Small Munsterlanders in Brainard, Nebraska - Hunting Hills Kennel
Hunting Hills' Pia (Dixie) Sire: Jerry vom Buckenberg Dam: Hunting Hills' Lexi
NAVHDA NA 110 prize I
Dixie is hunted in Southern Louisiana on quail
Charly von Sandloh - German born and tested
VJP(71) HZP,LE=11(183) VGP (331/1.Pr) SG-SG-54 HQ=0.99,HD-A
Charly has a dense, long, slightly wavy coat with lots of feathering. His coat and form were rated as Very Good in German conformation testing. Charly weighs approximately 48 pounds and is 54cm in height, which is at the lower-end of the height scale for males. In addition to his very high test scores, Charly was selected for import into the Riverhill's breeding program because of his smaller size. Charly is an excellent hunter with a staunch, classic point. He will adjust the pace and distance at which he hunts based on the type of cover. He is an excellent retriever with a very soft mouth. Charly loves people and gets along very well with other dogs.
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* * * HUNTING HILLS Z LITTER - DIXIE X CHARLIE due Nov 5 * * *
Hunting Hills' Z litter is between Hunting Hills' Pia (Dixie) and Charly von Sandloh. The puppies should arrive November 6. When the puppies are born and I know the number and sex of the litter, I will know how many puppies are available. The puppies will be ready to go to their new home 8 weeks after they are born. These puppies should be both brown/white or roan colored, have very calm and stable temperament, staunch points and back like both parents. If you are unable to pick the puppy up in person, I can ship the puppy to you by airline. The fee is usually around $350 for the airfare, trip to the airport, and the dog crate. Let me know what works best for you.
This is our Z litter so the owners will supply a pedigree name that begins with Z so I will be able to register your dog with both the SMCNA and NAVHDA. Z names could be Zeus, Zack, Zorro, Zander, Zip, Zara, Zati, Zilli, etc. Of course you can pick a call name like Scout or Gunnar that you will call the dog for everyday and use a descriptive Z name for the pedigree name like Hunting Hills' Zippy Scout or Hunting Hills' Ziggy Gunnar.
I post pictures of the pups on my website at www.hunthills.com. I also post pictures on my Hunting Hills page on facebook. As the puppies are selected by their new owner, I will place the word PICKED after their name. I will post pictures of the puppies every week and I will try to post video clips of the group and individual pups. This will be a wonderful time for puppies since I will be able to get them into water, in the fields and around birds. They will really be ready for their new home!
A $100 deposit will hold your order of pick of the puppy by the date on the check. I do not cash the checks until you pick up your puppy. I reserve the right to select pups for buyers but will try to accommodate your choice. The final decision on which homes the pups will go to will not be made until the weekend of the 8th week. I allow buyers to choose a male or female pup and to give me their feedback as to which pups they like. Buyers are assured of the sex they want but I reserve the right to make the final selection on which pup.
I will help you in any way you want me to train and test your puppy in the NAVHDA NA test. If you live close to our farm you can come out and I will help you with your training. If you would like me to train and run your dog in the NAVHDA NA test I can arrange that with you. I have trained and tested past puppies for owners for the NA test at a cost of $100 per week. I usually get the puppy back a month before the NA test date. If you want me to, I can assist you in contacting the NAVHDA chapter near you for training. And I will assist you by phone or email with any training help. If you expose your puppy to wild game birds or pigeons in launchers or placed in searching fields with varied cover, and swimming in ponds and lakes then your pup should pass the NAVHDA NA test and it should be ready for his or her first hunting season next fall.
I will introduce the puppies to birds, noises, searching in the field and if warm enough to swim in our small pond. I think the pups benefit from being around their mother and litter mates until they are 8 weeks old and in Nebraska I am not able to sell the puppies until they are 8 weeks old.
I look for these high quality puppies to have strong pointing instinct, excellent coats and conformation, nice strong search and drive, and cooperation. I like to sell my puppies to hunting homes as I think the Small Munsterlanders are most happy when they can perform the work they are bred to do. They excellent hunting dogs and are most happy with daily physical and mental stimulation. It is also beneficial to take your puppy to puppy classes or obedience classes through Pet Smart, PetCo or a local dog training facility to get your puppy around other dogs and learn to be a good citizen.
Ad location: Brainard, Nebraska
Ad created: Jul 25, 2014
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