Bentley & Bree

Vom Wüstenjäger

Anticipated Whelping Date February, 2023

Bentley vom Adlertal
ZB.Nr. 0544/21, birthday 02/01/2021
D1(search 4h), S1, HN, V, HD A2, OCD free

Bentley vom Adlertal comes from the pairing of Prinz vom Kepelshagener Forst and Katja von der Niederheide. Both parents were imported from Germany.

Bentley is a solid liver athletic male with a strong masculine build. He is medium to large in stature, with a stable, calm, and proud demeanor. Bentley is cooperative and biddable, making him very easy to train. He is works well with his handler staying connected in the field, ranging close when cover is heavy and ranging farther away when the terrain is more open making him a reliable and pleasant hunting companion. He has a strong prey drive and will enthusiastically hunt all day. His strengths in the field include a strong nose, thorough quartering search, steady point, natural backing of a point, energetic retrieving, scent tracking, high water desire and excellent water work. He loves to retrieve from land and water and was very easy to train to retrieve to hand.

By nature, Bentley is curious and loving and enjoys being with people. He is a companionable house dog, interacting well with both adults and children. He is friendly towards fellow dogs and strangers and lives both in the house and in the outdoor kennel.

Owner: Barry Childs, 10136 N 6650 W, Highland Utah, 84003

Bree vom kleinen Fluss
ZB. Nr. 1243/17, DOB: 27/08/2017
D1, D2, S1 (search behind live duck 4h), SG, HD A1
63 cm ~ 65 lbs

Bree (aka Tracy) is liver roan, larger female, yet is still within the standard at 63 cm. She is equally happy to run all day in search of birds or spend the day on the couch in someone’s lap.

Tracy has never met another dog or person that she did not get along with. She is a very affectionate dog and was easy to train. Some of her strong attributes are, she has a very good nose, locating pheasants downed in a standing corn field without having seen the bird as she was in the truck.  She did her rabbit drag on a full speed run out and back never veering from the track. Her search desire for ducks was noted and rewarded with a 4H also at her Solms. Unfortunately, following her Solms test, Tracy was not able to continue her preparation for VGP as she had swallowed whole walnuts on 3 separate occasions requiring abdominal surgeries each time. The first time nearly took her life.

Tracy was not bred until she was 3 1/2 years old. This will be her third litter and we will be keeping a female pup from this pairing for a replacement female. The previous two breeding’s have produced some excellent dogs.  All the pups were very uniform in temperament and desire to please, high prey drive paired with a strong natural point, love of water, excellent work ethic and trainability. 

We do not breed often, typically only when we or a close friend want a puppy. This will be our eighth breeding in 18 years of owning DK’s.  Most of that time we have had 3 females on the place, never a male of our own. We feel this makes us search for the best stud dog that complements our female, instead of using a convenient male residing in the back yard. We feel we have found this with Tracy’s previous breeding with Charger and after seeing Bentley run his Derby and discussing his Solms with one of his judges and talking with Barry we feel this will be a great match.

At this time we are very excited to announce our intentions to do this pairing during Tracy’s next heat cycle anticipated in the first quarter of 2023, likely February.

Call or text Wayne at 509-778-1198

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