our pudelpointers

current breeding stock

Oxbow’s kindle the fire

NA Prize I, 108 pts

Utility I, 201 pts 

Weight: 49 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, she is showing increasingly more independence with age and experience. 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.

up & coming

cross timber’s

above and beyond

Stone Pine’s Blue, UT II X Oxbow’s Kindle the Fire, UT I)

Pedigree

Sage is the pup we kept from our last litter out of Kindle and Stone Pine’s Blue. Her sire comes from PCNA lines and is 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 still young, so there is much still to know about what genetic traits she inherited from her parents. She and her litter mates were all swimming in various ponds starting at 5 wks old and she has continued to show the affinity for water we like to see in our dogs. We look forward to seeing how she develops as a field and water dog over the next year or two. She has plenty of drive and is showing the independence needed to one day make an impressive upland dog.

Retired

i-80’s classy & courageous 

Natural Ability Prize 1, 112 pts

Utility Prize III, 190 pts

Weight: 65 lbs.

Coat: Medium Dense, Medium Harsh

Pedigree

Finn was our first Pudelpointer. We owe him a lot as he taught us much about training versatile gundogs. We made plenty of mistakes in training him along the way, but he continued to progress nonetheless. Unfortunately, there were a few things about him that precluded him from breeding and he has been neutered. He has a very strong drive to retrieve and loves the water. In fact, he took considerable time to steady in the field due to his desire to retrieve anything that falls. He spent several seasons hunting waterfowl and upland game birds and will continue to be by our side during our hunting adventures for hopefully years to come.

current breeding stock

Oxbow’s kindle the fire

NA Prize I, 108 pts

Utility I, 201 pts 

Weight: 49 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, she is showing increasingly more independence with age and experience. 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.

up & coming

cross timber’s

above and beyond

Stone Pine’s Blue, UT II X Oxbow’s Kindle the Fire, UT I)

Pedigree

Sage is the pup we kept from our last litter out of Kindle and Stone Pine’s Blue. Her sire comes from PCNA lines and is 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 still young, so there is much still to know about what genetic traits she inherited from her parents. She and her litter mates were all swimming in various ponds starting at 5 wks old and she has continued to show the affinity for water we like to see in our dogs. We look forward to seeing how she develops as a field and water dog over the next year or two. She has plenty of drive and is showing the independence needed to one day make an impressive upland dog.

Retired

i-80’s classy & courageous 

Natural Ability Prize 1, 112 pts

Utility Prize III, 190 pts

Weight: 65 lbs.

Coat: Medium Dense, Medium Harsh

Pedigree

Finn was our first Pudelpointer. We owe him a lot as he taught us much about training versatile gundogs. We made plenty of mistakes in training him along the way, but he continued to progress nonetheless. Unfortunately, there were a few things about him that precluded him from breeding and he has been neutered. He has a very strong drive to retrieve and loves the water. In fact, he took considerable time to steady in the field due to his desire to retrieve anything that falls. He spent several seasons hunting waterfowl and upland game birds and will continue to be by our side during our hunting adventures for hopefully years to come.