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" Buddy "

Just wanted to let you all know some of the early results of our mating with Buddy.

We sold two of the three females we had here locally to hunters. Both famlies are raving about those pups. Both pups are housebroken already and their families love them.

We kept the other female and named her Sosha. She is absolutely Brilliant!!!!!!!! She has awesome confirmation, personality, movement, and is full of point. This pup is way above average in all aspects.

I have bred and gone through a number of pups just this past year trying to find a field trial prospect. Sosha is outstanding; she looks to have all of the tools. I am keeping my fingers crossed, because she is still a pup.

I put her on her first birds today. She pointed and held it like a grown dog on her very first bird. She went to it and just slammed it. She also naturally backed. She is almost 13 weeks old. I am not going to rush it, but she is so nice I can't keep my hands off of her.

I am elated about her. Hopefully I have maybe found my little field trial prospect.

My female we bred to Buddy is pretty nice, but I think Buddy put a lot in this pup. Bottom line is you guys need to keep breeding him. I know you guys have Patriot and all, but don't overlook old Buddy. I have raised piles of setters pups. I know good from great. I have seen hundreds of setters. Yet, I think this pup has a strong chance of being the nicest I have ever raised. I will bring another female to him again this year.

I will keep the information coming in. I am not trying to butter you guys up. I will shoot it to you guys straight on these pup as this season unfolds. I hope you don't mind. I like getting information on the dogs I breed.

Best,


Jon



Little Annie Blessing - " Annie "

  • Pup #3: Female
  • Sire: Tekoa Mountain Outrage
  • Dam: Jenny Jill Painter
  • Whelped: 01-05-07
  • Color: Tricolor
  • Temperament: Tiny and full of personality!
  • Owned by: Lisa Springate
    Oregon
    email Lisa

Jenny Jill Painter - Dam
Jenny Jill Painter

Little Annie Blessing Little Annie Blessing Little Annie Blessing


1-1/2 years & 40 pounds later :
Little Annie Blessing Little Annie Blessing Little Annie Blessing




Congratulations on your 2010 Setter Award accomplishments!! I'm really proud to be a small part of your descendants - Outrage's daughter, Little Anne, is now spayed...no more beautiful pups by Patriot. We have fun hunting pheasant and chukers though. And I get to see all the pups frequently. One takes after Patriot - he'll be going to school next month. You have some wonderful dogs - I know Jill will be having some champions! I'll be watching your web site for photos and refer friends for pups. Thanks for your friendship. I am grateful for my wonderful dog!

Thanks,

Lisa Springate





" Roxy "

  • Pup #6: Female
  • Sire: Tekoa Mountain Outrage
  • Dam: Jenny Jill Painter
  • Whelped: 01-05-07
  • Color: Tricolor
  • Temperament: Intelligently Interactive
  • Owned by: Gary & Danette Laca
    email Gary
    Reno, Nevada
Roxy Roxy


Roxy is quite a classy looking pup! Her yard work is about done as well as running her on a check cord on birds. I hope to start working her on birds without a check cord and will send you pictures. She is very light on her feet and points like polished porcelain. She lives with us in the house other than at night and has very good manners for a pup. Obviously, we are more than happy and hope to produce a polished performer that will be a credit to your kennel.

Thanks,

Gary & Danette Laca




" Ruby "

  • Pup #2: Female
  • Sire: Tekoa Mountain Outrage
  • Dam: Jenny Jill Painter
  • Whelped: 01-05-07
  • Color: Tricolor
  • Temperament: Calm
  • Owned by: Margie Jo and Gary Rovarino
    email Gary
    Canyon Country, California
Ruby Ruby Ruby


Ruby is an extremely biddable field dog. Starting with her attitude as a pup she was always excited about field work. Her first point was at five months. After three birds I gave her a month to think about what she had experienced. At 6 months Ruby was in Oregon where I worked her for about a week. Her points were staunch and intense and she searched far afield. At 7 months Ruby is staunch and coming around with her steadiness.

I began retrieving work at this time. She has a great work ethic and looks forward to all training sessions. I will begin shooting over her at 8 months and she will be taken to Eastern Oregon to be worked on wild birds. She has a great future. She is one great dog.

Gary Rovarino
Ruby shown on point - September 2008
Ruby


Here is a great photo of Ruby (the world's greatest dog!)
Ruby


Ruby is now 2 years old. She was steady to wing and shot at one year. Her retrieve training went smoothly without much difficulty.

I began running her in shoot to retrieve competition and kept her steady on all flushes. She was permitted to retrieve upon command only.

Ruby did a great deal of hunting in her first year. She handled wild huns, chuckar and valley quail. However her favorite bird appeared to be wild pheasant.

Ruby's second year has been great, developing her further with an emphasis on backing her brace mates and pattern work. She is now being transitioned from shoot to retrieve competition to American Field Walking Stakes.

He first walking stakes competition was in January of '09 held at Raymond, California where she placed second, qualifying her for the Region 11 Amateur Walking Shooting Dog Championship.

Gary Rovarino

Ruby

Ruby won her first First Place last weekend at her field trial!!! Best to you guys. Keep in touch.

Gary Rovarino

" Tessa "

  • Pup #1: Female
  • Sire: Tekoa Mountain Outrage
  • Dam: Jenny Jill Painter
  • Whelped: 01-05-07
  • Color: Tricolor
  • Temperament: Spunky & active!
  • Owned by: Jim and Alison email Alison
    Worley, Idaho
Tessa Tessa Tessa
Dear Mardelle and Eric:

We're really thrilled with the puppy! Besides being beautiful, she's gutsy, sweet and smart. She's pretty wild hearted but is bonding very well with us. She is "pretty much" housebroken, likes her kennel, and has explored our property and the lake enthusiastically. She's determined in general and very bold, curious and brave--almost to the point of hell-ish, which could be a good sign of future gusto for big adventures to come! We've been calling her Tessa and that seems to be sticking as her name.

Thanks so much,

Alison and Jim



Chukalator - " KINETIC "

  • Pup #1: Female
  • Sire: Tekoa Mountain Outrage
  • Dam: Tekoa Mountain Mona
  • Whelped: 08-18-99
  • Color: Tricolor
  • Temperament: Bold and Playful
  • Owned by: Brian Vonderfecht
    email Brian
    Richland, Washington
Kinetic


Just wanted to say hello and let you know Kinetic is doing great. Kinetic has surpassed me in the field. She is mostly beyond my ability to give her direction and I usually just follow her as best I can and let her handle the birds - sometimes I even hit one or two! Hunting has been super this year. I checked my records and I have bagged over 700 chukars (not counting pheasants & quail) with Kinetic (this is her 7th season). The photo is froma recent hunt in Oregon.

Brian Vonderfech
Kinetic


Kinetic bagged about 1,700 career birds (chukar, pheasant, quail, huns, grouse). We had a great hunting season last year,but sadly, the chukars in Oregon were very scarce (wet spring killed the hatch).

We did have a big scare last fall - Kinetic got vestibular disease which is a peripheral nerve disorder and lost her sense of balance for several weeks. Somehow, she made a nearly complete recovery before hunting season.

P.S. After trying several commercial dog foods, I switched her to a homemade diet 2 months ago. It was like a miracle for her! Her body just wasn't tolerating the commercial food very well. I don't know if she was allergic to something in the commercial foods or if she wasn't getting proper nutrition from them or both. On the homemade diet, her energy level has increased 100%, her joint problems have decreased dramatically (much more than any improvement Rimadyl ever gave). Her coat doubled in thickness and a new, thicker layer is growing in underneath her existing hair even though it is spring and she is supposed to be shedding her winter coat. The diet change literally rolled the clock back 3 or 4 years for her. It's amazing!

Regards,

Brian Vonderfech
Kinetic
Here's Brian's recipe:

3.5 day recipe (pre-cooked ingredients)
meat (lb) 2
brown rice (Cups) 2
beans (lb) 1
chopped vegetables (Cups) 3
salt (tsp) 1.5
oil (Cups) 0.75
bone meal (Tbsp) 3
I vary the type of meat, starch and veggies, but each batch above ends up being about 2lbs of meat (pre-cooked), 12 cups of starch, and 3 cups of steamed, chopped veggies (carrots, cauliflower, cabbage... whatever I have except onions and garlic). Takes me about 45 min. to prepare. Unfortunately, its probably not practical for anyone with multiple large dogs because of the prep time.



                             
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