aka, Udo fan't Suydevelt. He is a stunning dog with a resume to match! Cooper is a Dutch, Belgian, Luxembourg youth champion, Youth Winner '14, Junior Benelux Winner, Herbst Jugend Sieger, Belgian champion, Belgian winner of the Raspeciale and, to top it all, Junior World Winner 2014! This is being modest, as his resume literally goes on and on and on... Enjoy this little gallery of this handsome boy. We strongly feel will be very complimentary to Mila and vice versa in all ways possible. This is without question, an exciting opportunity for the North American Drent community. As you might expect Two Gun just might have something else we have been working on...and hope to make that announcement soon. Until then, enjoy.
So we have our sights on breeding Duck Creek's Two Gun Katmai, aka Mila (pronounced My-lah) the daughter of our Ember & Paxson. For now, Mila has passed all of her preliminary health screening, so we do not expect any surprises in that department. We have spent quite a bit of one on one time with her and she could pass a Public Access Test (PAT) used on Service Dogs. She really embodies her parents with equal parts of their personalities, temperaments and conformation. In the field, Mila is a diligent worker with strong pointing and retrieving instincts, and has a soft mouth as an added bonus. She lives in Cincinnati Ohio with her Guardian where she also enjoys regular trips to local hunting preserves, markets and hanging out in dog friendly public spaces where she regularly makes new friends.
Our intent is to take her to the Netherlands in the spring of 2020 after getting her full approval from the DPCNA to be bred to a stud listed with de Vereniging. We have set our critical eye on a couple amazing boys and will begin fleshing out those details and setting the arrangements in the near future. When we have set the arrangements and our plans are approved by the DPCNA we will then post a 2020 Litter page. As you should expect, we will be actively employing Raymond H. Oppenheimer's 20 Principles(+) when making our selections. The litter will be whelped and raised here in Spokane and we have been actively screening clients for this opportunity - if you are interested, don't delay in contacting us.
These x-rays give us something to try to count up. However, the the calendar is all about the count down! In the meantime try matching spines with skulls to help pass the time, good luck.
Finally its Game On! Tule surprised us by coming into heat this past Monday and Powder followed suit today :) So we will be VERY busy this summer with hopefully 2 healthy litters of puppies. These due dates are approximate, but both litters should be here the first week in June. For more information, just give us a ring.
The breeding plans/litter announcement are now posted on the DPCNA main web page HERE. This is a very exciting combination and sure to produce some amazing Drents true in type, health and temperament. Mating is expected to occur in the spring of 2019 and pups, if everything goes well, should be ready to go home in late July/early August. If you have interest, please do not hesitate to reach out!
After years of searching he has been found, Joeri Jarno van Parkendijk. He has an impressive hunting games resume, a great temperament, and of course passes all DPCNA health markers with flying colors. The CoI for the paring sits right at 13.5% which is excellent. Not only is he gorgeous, he is a very nice build match for Powder. We expect pups to be intelligent, biddable, athletic, and just as good in the field as they will be in your home. We are now actively taking applications for this mating planned for early 2019.
We are actively planning a spring/summer 2019 litter. Breeding plans will be released soon, the potential list or studs has been narrowed down to two. One being a beautiful and highly decorated Dutch hunter.
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I'm just a guy suffering with an infatuation with gundogs since childhood. Fifty some years later this is what you get.