DOB June 15th
DOB April 3rd
This is a repeat breeding with references available. With the right investment in training these puppies will be ready for their first hunting season this fall/winter. Currently 4 males are available and all puppies are white & liver. The dam and sire and both hunted extensively and used for guide dogs on our hunting preserves in Eastern Colorado. These puppies will develop into highly intuitive hunters that can be used for the foot hunter or trials. Previous litters have produced very trainable dogs with sharp noses and tons of natural ability.
Now this is my favorite part of the morning, even better than seeing the morning crew and getting to play. I watch eagerly as Jeff walks back and forth, loading up all the Bird Dogs that are staying at the kennel for school.
I can barely hold in my excitement. Actually, I can’t hold in my excitement, which is why I’m jumping up and down, barking as loudly as I can, hoping I can catch his attention. My training time with Jeff might be the best part of the day but waiting for my turn is the worst.
I know I could find every bird in the field, maybe even every bird in the whole world, if only he’s hurry up and get to me.
Finally, he comes to my kennel and it’s off to the training grounds. Accessorized with a Dogtra E-Collar that beeps so Jeff can’t lose me, I am at last let off leash to do what I do best.
I find every single bird and I know Jeff is proud of how far I’ve come with my Bird Dog Training.
I have done my best and back up the kennel we go. I can tell the staff have already finished feeding and medicating for the morning and now they are focusing on the daily sanitation of our kennel runs.
I like all the ladies who work here. They may not let me out to run in the field and hunt birds like Jeff does but they are kind and patient and let me play in the yards all day long.
Thank goodness, its dinner time. I definitely earned my meal tonight. I lick the bowl clean, then wait for another turn in the exercise yard. It’s the perfect way to end the day!
Being at Valhalla is my happy place!
No matter what injury has occurred, you’ll be better prepared to handle it if you have a Ready Dog First Aid Kit with you. The Gun Dog Kit is the one that has been proven in the field and recommended by Veterinarians who understand the risks of the field.
It has the tools to remedy a face full of porcupine quills, the jagged gash from a barbed wire fence, a skunk encounter, and just about any other mishap that could befall your dog. In fact, from reams of gauze to paramedic shears, Kelly forceps, cold compresses, skin stapler, antihistamine tablets and even honey packets (good for getting down other pills and giving a blood sugar boost), you’ll be hard-pressed to find a better or more properly equipped dog first aid kit. Best of all, part of the kit detaches from the main unit so you can stuff it in your bird vest or shell bag and take it afield, where you’re likely to need it most.
Contact: Valhalla Kennels to pick up your custom first aid kit.