our pudelpointers

Cedarwood’s Cowboy Oakley

NAVHDA Utility: Prize I, 192 pts

Weight: 62 lbs.

Coat- Medium Dense, Medium Harsh

Pedigree

Case is truly the total package. In the uplands he will range out as far as needed, yet he is honest enough to hold point till you get there. He adjusts his range well to the cover, so in thick cover he will temper his range and in the open plains he will range out and show exceptional ground coverage on several hour hunts. He has an excellent nose and points his game a distance. He is just as dynamic in the water as he is on land. He has an aggressive water entry, launching into the water every time sent. He often will clear well over 10 feet upon being sent for a water retrieve, demonstrating enthusiasm and total confidence.

Case is owned by A.J. Seibert in West Texas, where Case lives as a full-time house dog. Despite his high drive as a hunting dog, Case is able to turn off his big motor to be found quietly laying around when not working. Very few people hunt more than A.J. Seibert who lives in the heart of pheasant and bobwhite quail country. Case spent his first 4-5 years as A.J.’s personal hunting dog proving himself on wild birds/waterfowl.

Upon showcasing his exceptional abilities as a wild bird dog, it was decided that Case should be NAVHDA Utility Tested in order to offer his genetics through breeding. Cross Timber Gundogs had the privilege of Utility Testing him in Nebraska where he earned a Prize I on his first attempt. He will be used to sire select litters here at Cross Timber Gundogs.


*For those with high quality, tested and approved females, A.J. Seibert may be contacted by those seeking a quality stud.

Oxbow’s kindle the fire

NAVHDA Utility: Prize I, 201 pts

NAVHDA Natural Ability: Prize I, 106 pts

Weight: 53 lbs.

Coat- Medium Dense, Medium Harsh

Pedigree

Kindle was such an easy dog to train to a finished level that had she been our first, we would have learned very little about training a versatile hunting dog. This was evident in the fact that she nailed a Utility Prize I, and nearly maximum score, on her first attempt
at a mere 1 year and 7 months old. She is a sight to behold when in search of downed waterfowl, and she has been known to break ice on cold morning retrieves. She has no quit. Her drive, build and coat combination make for an excellent waterfowl dog. After showing her what was expected for the NAVHDA Utility Test Duck Search all we had to do was turn her loose and watch her do her thing. In the field, Kindle points well and is a strong retriever. She hunts at a close to medium range. She is a very cooperative hunting companion overall. She has an excellent temperament for field and home, displaying confidence, and getting along well with all she meets.

cross timber’s

above and beyond

NAVHDA Utility: TBA

NAVHDA Natural Ability: Prize I, 110 pts

Weight: 47 lbs.

Coat- Medium Dense, Medium Harsh

Pedigree

Sage is the pup we kept from our A litter out of Kindle and Stone Pine’s Blue. Her sire resides in Oregon and comes from one of the last litters that the late Bodo Winterhelt (largely given credit for bringing the Pudelpointer to North America) ordained before his passing. Sage is proving to have inherited the traits we were hoping for with this breeding. She has been endowed with speed and can quickly cover a field. She points with an intensity that the most discriminating sportsman (or woman) can appreciate, and naturally honors other dogs on point. From 6 months of age, and without any real steadiness training, she has allowed the gunner to move to the front and flush her pointed birds. She has the cooperation, trainability and water love of her mother. By 1 year of age she was reliably crossing in excess of 100 yards of water to retrieve ducks on the far bank. She has a wonderful temperament and is affectionate by nature.

Cedarwood’s Cowboy Oakley

NAVHDA Utility: Prize I, 192 pts

Weight: 62 lbs.

Coat: Medium Dense, Medium Harsh

Pedigree

Case is truly the total package. In the uplands he will range out as far as needed, yet he is honest enough to hold point till you get there. He adjusts his range well to the cover, so in thick cover he will temper his range and in the open plains he will range out and show exceptional ground coverage on several hour hunts. He has an excellent nose and points his game a distance. He is just as dynamic in the water as he is on land. He has an aggressive water entry, launching into the water every time sent. He often will clear well over 10 feet upon being sent for a water retrieve, demonstrating enthusiasm and total confidence.

Case is owned by A.J. Seibert in West Texas, where Case lives as a full-time house dog. Despite his high drive as a hunting dog, Case is able to turn off his big motor to be found quietly laying around when not working. Very few people hunt more than A.J. Seibert who lives in the heart of pheasant and bobwhite quail country. Case spent his first 4-5 years as A.J.’s personal hunting dog proving himself on wild birds/waterfowl.

Upon showcasing his exceptional abilities as a wild bird dog, it was decided that Case should be NAVHDA Utility Tested in order to offer his genetics through breeding. Cross Timber Gundogs had the privilege of Utility Testing him in Nebraska where he earned a Prize I on his first attempt. He will be used to sire select litters here at Cross Timber Gundogs.


*For those with high quality, tested and approved females, A.J. Seibert may be contacted by those seeking a quality stud.

Oxbow’s kindle the fire

NAVHDA Utility: Prize I, 201 pts

NAVHDA Natural Ability: Prize I, 106 pts

Weight: 53 lbs.

Coat: Medium Dense, Medium Harsh

Pedigree

Kindle was such an easy dog to train to a finished level that had she been our first, we would have learned very little about training a versatile hunting dog. This was evident in the fact that she nailed a Utility Prize I, and nearly maximum score, on her first attempt at a mere 1 year and 7 months old. She is a sight to behold when in search of downed waterfowl, and she has been known to break ice on cold morning retrieves. She has no quit. Her drive, build and coat combination make for an excellent waterfowl dog. After showing her what was expected for the NAVHDA Utility Test Duck Search all we had to do was turn her loose and watch her do her thing. In the field, Kindle points well and is a strong retriever. She hunts at a close to medium range. She is a very cooperative hunting companion overall. She has an excellent temperament for field and home, displaying confidence, and getting along well with all she meets.

cross timber’s

above and beyond

NAVHDA Utility: TBA

NAVHDA Natural Ability: Prize I, 110 pts

Weight: 47 lbs.

Coat: Medium Dense, Medium Harsh

Pedigree

Case is truly the total package. In the uplands he will range out as far as needed, yet he is honest enough to hold point till you get there. He adjusts his range well to the cover, so in thick cover he will temper his range and in the open plains he will range out and show exceptional ground coverage on several hour hunts. He has an excellent nose and points his game a distance. He is just as dynamic in the water as he is on land. He has an aggressive water entry, launching into the water every time sent. He often will clear well over 10 feet upon being sent for a water retrieve, demonstrating enthusiasm and total confidence.

Case is owned by A.J. Seibert in West Texas, where Case lives as a full-time house dog. Despite his high drive as a hunting dog, Case is able to turn off his big motor to be found quietly laying around when not working. Very few people hunt more than A.J. Seibert who lives in the heart of pheasant and bobwhite quail country. Case spent his first 4-5 years as A.J.’s personal hunting dog proving himself on wild birds/waterfowl.

Upon showcasing his exceptional abilities as a wild bird dog, it was decided that Case should be NAVHDA Utility Tested in order to offer his genetics through breeding. Cross Timber Gundogs had the privilege of Utility Testing him in Nebraska where he earned a Prize I on his first attempt. He will be used to sire select litters here at Cross Timber Gundogs.


*For those with high quality, tested and approved females, A.J. Seibert may be contacted by those seeking a quality stud.