Learn more about the canine members of the Fogelhund family
Cooper is a very versatile, gentle and biddable male. He is true to our “Fogelhund type” as he loves the water and water retrieving. He is laid back and a joy to be with, always loyal and loves his family.
Oakley is a lovely girl full of animation. She is always good for a laugh. She never misses a thing in the field and her scenting ability is next to none. She covers the field nicely at an even pace. Oakley loves to be around people and is a wonderful family member.
Roxy is a real sweetheart and has an abundance of natural ability when it comes to field work. Her retrieves are direct, calm, controlled and to hand. She is very soft-mouthed and gentle with the birds. We cannot keep her out of the water – she loves to swim and participate in water retrieves. She never hesitates to leap into the lake from the end of our dock, which is about five feet above the water’s surface.
Summer is Fogelhund’s very first Canadian Grand Champion. She loves the water and has started her bird work. Overall, Summer is a happy, laid back, biddable girl. We are now working on her American Senior Hunter title and various others.
Rocket is a solid liver female German Shorthaired Pointer who loves the water and is very capable in the field. She has an exceptional temperament. She strives to please and is such a happy dog!
Dierks is the newest addition to the Fogelhund family. We expect great things from this pup!
In Loving Memory
Riley was a male, liver and white German Shorthaired Pointer. He was very calm and quiet in the house, but he had loads of energy in the field. He loved the water and would jump at any chance to swim and retrieve.
Montana was our first American Master Hunter. She excelled at hunting, was steady to command, and showed desire and intensity on point. She retrieved to hand both on land and from water. Montana was a very willing, calm young dog, and she loved children. She was a very strong swimmer and would putter at the lake all day if we let her. Her temperament was excellent.
Hogan loved the water and would play at the lake for hours on end. He was known for his endurance and his large quartering movement in the field. Hogan was an extraordinarily versatile shorthair, and quite capable of anything that he tackled. He stood at stud and produced many titled puppies in field, show and obedience.
Megan was a liver and white, spotted and ticked German Shorthaired Pointer, an absolutely phenomenal little hunting dog and a very devoted mother. She was a Purina Champion and will forever be known as our “calendar girl.”
Wildwing was a liver and white, spotted and ticked German Shorthaired Pointer. He was a very intelligent and laid-back young dog, extremely easy to train and very willing to please. He had a sweet disposition and was a big softy.
Shelby was a talented and accomplished German Shorthaired Pointer, a daughter of the most titled German Shorthaired Pointer in American Kennel Club history, Trekker.
Brooklyn was a liver and white, spotted and ticked German Shorthaired Pointer; a tall, lean, very energetic girl. She loved the water and had a strong hunting drive, natural instincts and loads of ability.