Vom Reiner Kennel - Virginia German Shorthaired Pointer Breeders

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About Vom Reiner Kennel

I own, train, hunt and test GSPs.  I breed every five or six years to keep the line going.  Our last litter in 2009 consisted of eight pups.  I kept one and the other seven were sold to an excellent group of owners. Dot the female we kept was bred to Tell in February 2015. Dot had eight pups in April 2015 five males and three females. This should be an exceptional litter given the performance accomplishments of both parents. Both dam and sire are NAVHDA Versatile Champions. Additionally, Dot has earned AKC FC and AFC and MH titles. Both parents are good looking, big running stylish GSPs. They are excellent hunters and in the house family dogs. The goal of this breeding is to produce outstanding GSPs capable of competing successfully in NAVHDA testing, AKC field tails and hunt tests as well as excelling in a variety of hunting situations.

Hunting Dog Breeds Raised
German Shorthaired Pointer
Breeder Contact Info
Richard Cullerton
2609 Deerdell Lane
Reston, Virginia 20191
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 12 years.
Testimonials (4)
Submitted by: Tyler on Sep 18, 2009
I have hunted and spent a ton of time around Taz, Lacy, Poncho, and Buck and all are wonderful family dogs and bird dogs. I have known Mr. Cullerton for many years and you will have a hard time finding someone more involved and dedicated to the dogs he has.
Submitted by: Carrington King on May 14, 2009
I own one of Lacy's brothers. I cant be more happy with Pancho. He is hard charging in the field and is a wonderful retreiver as well. He has an exceptional nose and great temperment. My two daughters ride him like a horse and he is wonderful with children. All around great companion in the field or in the den!
Submitted by: Bill Murphy on May 13, 2009
I am the proud owner of BUCK Von Reiner who is Lacy's brother. Buck has two personalities. First and most appreciated is his loving nature and relaxed personality in the home, and around family.. I have at least 3 non-hunting friends who consistently tell me "If you were to ever have to give up Buck, we would take him in a heartbeat!"..

Buck goes from Boston apartment couch potato to Hunter at the site of a woodline or field. From 5 months he was pointing, water retrieving and working fields, all with abounding enthusiasm.. Most hunters I know comment that his point style is the strongest they have seen.. And the enthusiasm shows walking up on him on a grouse or pheasant as he points hard every muscle twitching!

Buck is a solid 68lbs, great markings and coat, and VERY healthy through 6 yrs. Not one medical problem to date.

Lastly, Buck Loves the water.. This fall we put up 6 pheasant along a 100 yard wide river, all which were shot over the water. Of the 4 GSPs in the hunt group, Buck was the only dog to dive in and retrieve. On two occasions, we were called back to the shot to put Buck on another hunters bird. Very proud moment for us..

Buck passed his initial NAVHDA test, but I have not done testing with him since. My decision to spend the time in the woods hiking and training rather than testing (was just not for me).

Would purchase one of Lacy's pups in a Heartbeat if I had the space and time for 2 dogs. Already told Richard to put me on the list for his next litter!!
Submitted by: Paul Brouha on May 05, 2009
I own Tippy Von Reiner who is Lacy's sister and we couldn't be happier with her as a member of the family and as a hunting companion who is always "on duty" in the field. She and I trained with Lacy's owner, Dick Cullerton and together we have achieved NA and UT test scores that are very respectable. We have UT tested five times and passed four with Prize IIs and Prize IIIs (our failure to get a Prize I is mostly handler error and therefore my fault).

We have reserved a female from this litter and are looking forward to bringing "DeNiece" into the family!
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