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Litters

Currently we do not have confirmed plans for a next litter, although there will be one.  If you are interested in a Red & White, feel free to talk with us about our plans and join our waitlist.

The pictures still up are from our first litter in the spring of 2022.

The sire is a true versitile hunting dog and proven in the field.  He is an AKC Master Hunter with placements in AKC Field Trials including horseback and retrieving stakes.  Although not required for AKC field/hunting titles he has also passed the AKC water test.

All appropriate health test and genetic tests are done on both parents.  Pups have been Embark tested and are AKC and NAVHDA registered.

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Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA) 

For anyone considering a purpose-bred dog, doing your due-dligence is important.  And one easy check you can do to ensure that the health and soundness of the parents has received appropriate consideration is to consult the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals.  OFA serves as a clearninghouse for health information.

 

If you’re new to OFA, here is a brief summary of how things work:

  • Companion animals are screened by a veterinary professional (or a panel) and those results are submitted via application to OFA.

  • OFA assigns a certification code based on the screening results, and issues a certificate to the owner. See Sample Certificates. See an explanation of Certification Numbers.

  • All NORMAL results are automatically stored in the OFA databases, and are therefore available as searchable on this website. The OFA recommends ABNORMAL results be added to the database as well, but owners have a choice as it relates to public access to this information.

A serious breeder will be happy to provide the information necessary (usually registered name and/or registration number) for you to see what information has been submitted to OFA for the dogs they are breeding.

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