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I Litter 7 weeks old

The I litter turned 7 weeks old and has been lucky to spend a lot of time outside. Their favorite game is to play keep away with a plastic bottle. Here’s a couple short videos of the fun.

7 week old puppy pictures have also been posted on the I litter page.

I Litter pups 5 1/2 weeks old and getting outside

The snow has mostly melted and we have some mild weather for early March in SW Michigan. This gives the I litter pups a chance to get outside, run around and play. Here’s a short video of them enjoying some time outside today.

I Litter 4 1/2 weeks old

The I litter is 4 1/2 weeks old and starting to eat solid food. They’re also starting to play and chase each other around more. Here’s a couple videos of them from today.

4 1/2 week old pictures were added yesterday as well.

I Litter 3 weeks old

The I litter turned 3 weeks yesterday and we set up the puppy pen for them. Here’s a short video of them getting use to their new surroundings.

3 week old pictures of the pups were also added yesterday. Check out the link below.

I Litter 2 weeks old

The I litter turned 2 weeks today and their eyes just opened. They are also more active and making noise. Here’s a short video of them today.

I Litter has arrived

Elsa had her pups today. 2 males and 3 females, all healthy and doing well. All pups are spoken for and going to great homes, thanks.

Hunter’s Moon I Litter confirmed

This is a repeat breeding of the H litter between Hunter’s Moon Elsa and Hunting Hills’ Blood Ty. We are expecting puppies to be whelped around January 28th and go to new homes the last weekend in March. More information can be found on the Hunter’s Moon H litter page.

We’ve been contacting all the prospective buyers, so if you haven’t heard from us, please contact us soon. Anyone else interested in more information, we still have a few deposits left, so contact us before they fill up.

Hunter’s Moon Elsa

Hunting Hills’ Blood Ty

Spring/Summer natural ability test results G and H Litters

It was a busy spring and summer with 7 Hunter’s Moon pups NAVHDA natural ability testing and prizing. 6 out of 7 were first time NAVHDA test handlers as well. We’re also happy to report the G Litter qualifies for a breeders award. Thanks to all the owners for training and testing their pups. Everyone have a great hunting season this fall.

Fred Minchhoff with Hunter’s Moon Ghost Tug. Pocono Mt. PA Chapter. 96 points – prize II – 11 months old.

Jim Gilsdorf with Hunter’s Moon Griswold “Fritz”. SE MI NAVHDA Chapter. 103 points – prize II – 11 months old.

Stefanie Chartrand with Hunter’s Moon Galant Oskar. Ottawa Valley Chapter. 90 points – prize III – 12 months old.  

Ben McKeith with Galaxy Brunhilde. N MI NAVHDA Chapter. 99 points – prize II – 12 months old.

Mike Schulz with Hunter’s Moon Gustav “Goose”. N MI NAVHDA Chapter. 80 points – prize III – 14 months old.

Jill Cernohous with Hunter’s Moon Harper. Minnesota NAVHDA Chapter. MN N NAVHDA Chapter. 102 points – prize II – 6 months old.

Mathieu Gauthier with Hunter’s Moon Half Pint “Galadriel“. Ottawa Valley NAVHDA Chapter. 80 points – prize II – 6 months old.

H Litter pups have made it to their new homes

The last H litter pup has been picked up, and we’re happy to say they all have some great new homes.

Luke Louden from Indiana with Herbie “Flax”.

Alexis Pinson from Michigan with Hemi formerly Hank.

Collin Jonkman from Michigan with Hildegard “Birdie”

Tim and Jill Cernohous from Minnesota with Harper formerly Halo.

Johnson family from Wisconsin with Howl

Mathieu Gauthier from Ontario with Half Pint

Mike Burgess from Colorado with Hendrix formerly Hildi and Brian Burgess from California with Hops formerly Hedwig.

The Makkas family in Massachusetts added their second Hunter’s Moon pup Heidi.

Congrats to Hunter’s Moon Alder

It was a beautiful 60+ degree spring day in Michigan Sunday, and nothing better than running a couple dogs in the Michigan Amateur Hunting Dog Classic field trial. Only grouse and woodcock trial run for hunting dogs, so they don’t have to be fully broke through the flush like the traditional coverdog trials. Alder had 2 solid woodcock finds on his brace, and took 3rd place out of a field of 22 dogs entered. Very proud of our boy.