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Looking for a Deutsch Kurzhaar puppy? Find information about whelped, expected, and upcoming Deutsch Kurzhaar litters from NADKC kennels.

Whelped Litters

Litters listed in this section include puppies that are "on the ground".

B-Litter von der Fleur de Lis – 8/7

Whelp Date: December 19th 2021

“Blair vom Schaetzeberg” – D1, S1, VGP 2 (305 UeF), VGP 1 (322 Bringselverweiser UeF), IKP 1 (136/136),
BTR, HN, LN, VSwP (20) II, VSwP (40) II, V2 x 2.

Blair has shown and proven what a DK can do: True versatility at every level! She has trialed nationally and internationally, consistently and to the highest level. That is who she is in everyday life and every hunting situation. A calm professional that is pleasant to be and have around, she leaves no room for improvement on her hunting skills. She is a true queen and Master of the art! Finest manners and drive in field and water, she is obedient on edible fur game and sharp on predator hunts. Tracking is a natural ability for her, a quality her offspring has proven. Her calm demeanor make her a joy in the duck blind or under the deer stand (just this September back in Germany).

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Blair vom Schaetzeberg Blair vom Schaetzeberg
“Xam II vom Entenpfuhler Forst” (aka Django) – D1, S1, VGP1 (313 (UeF), BTR, HN, LN, VSwP (20) III, has produced 10+ VGP’d dogs and 15 V-rated puppies out of four of his breedings and countless more breedable offspring.

He infuses the drive that makes him as unique as he is, a truly once in a lifetime dog and still my favorite dog to hunt behind. From Germany and across the US, he has hunted on every game these dogs are bred to be behind and leaves no desires unanswered. An absolute gentleman in real life and very social with other dogs, his uncompromising behavior behind predator game make him irreplaceable to me.

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Both dogs have been with us since 2016. These are handler/ owner trained and were my first two dogs through the system. Their individual qualities and the experience from the first pairing in 2017 bring everything to the equation: Nose, drive, cooperation, trainability, natural desire to retrieve and strong pointing paired with endless water drive and predator sharpness. The A-litter produced 5 VGP’d dogs and six V-ratings with more to follow. The A-litter has earned the NADKC VGP-breeders award in 2020 and all – tested or not - are wonderful companions. The litter size and fertility is a true statement to overall health; not many females have whelped and raised 31 dogs out of two litters.

Xam II vom Entenpfuhler Forst (aka Django) Xam II vom Entenpfuhler Forst (aka Django)

Upcoming Litters

Upcoming litters represent a planned breeding that has not yet occurred.

G Litter vom W

Anticipated Whelp Date: December 4-6 2021

Bree vom kleinen Fluss
Bree (aka Tracy) is a very nice taller female packed with hunting ability and talent. Bree has a nose that is incredible and was able to recover a pheasant for me in standing corn that she never saw. Her love of water work is incredible and no duck will escape her. She earned the 4h on search behind the live duck in her Solms test. In the SD fields, thick cover, and cattails, she never quits. This is a dog that lives to hunt when she’s not napping in your lap!

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Bree vom kleinen Fluss Bree vom kleinen Fluss
Charger vom Wüstenjäger
Charger (aka Cedar) is a beautiful compact average sized male. He is a gentleman in the home and was kept in our house as well as Tracy during the week of breeding. No howling or whining. Charger was an easy dog to train, he loves the water and does not care how strong the river current is, he’s out there if there is game in it. In the field Charger is a nose driven dog and will take you to game every time. Independent work or close cover work, he’s your dog. Charger was the 3rd highest VGP score the year he ran. We feel this is a high quality breeding of extremely compatible conformation and ability that will produce excellent performance and hunting companions that are equally pleasant in the home.

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This is a repeat breeding of the F litter vom Wüstenjäger after a beautiful and uniform F litter of 13 beautiful pups!

Wayne & Lisa Davis
vom Wüstenjäger DK’s
Prosser, WA
Wayne 509-778-1198
Lisa 509-778-1794
Charger vom Wüstenjäger Charger vom Wüstenjäger

“E” litter Golden Sun

Anticipated Whelp Date: February 3-10th 2022 (Pregnancy Confirmed)

Beatrix vom Golden Sun 0006/16
D2(J) D1,VJP 76, S1, HZP 180, VGP 291 Pz.II NAKP Pz.1 suchenseiger HD-A1 HN Fw: V
Whelp: 09.10.15
M: Ottie von Kings Crossing 055713
V: Finn vom Höllental 079913

Because Beatrix is producing exceptional offspring, with sound test scores and natural hunting savvy, we have decided to breed her one last time. Beatrix is a 62cm, very elegant DK. Bea is very calm and confident, making her an exceptional asset to the DK gene pool. Beatrix’s test scores only reflect a small portion of the ability and character she possesses. Bea carries the strength to hunt all day, everyday with enthusiasm.

Bred, born and raised in central South Dakota, Beatrix learned from a very early age about the upland bird game. Bea has had hundreds of birds shot for her, and enjoys every minute from pinning a running rooster to a clean correct delivery. Her water work is with precision, she excels in goose hunting and retrieving big geese to hand. Her forest work is methodical and cooperative. If game is present Beatrix will produce it, and produce it honestly, precisely and with style. Beatrix works for you and the gun.

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Beatrix vom Golden Sun (front) Beatrix vom Golden Sun (front)
Dack von der Silbergrube 0967/18
Brschl. m. Pln.
Derby 1, Solms 1, VGP 1, Btr, 20hr./II HD-A2, OCD-free, HN, Fw.V1
M: Betty von der Silbergrube 0946/14
V: Fox vom Alberthain 0731/13

Dack is a big male (62-63 cm.) with a very nice head, a long sternum and a correct gait. In the field he shows a methodical, planned ground covering search. His work on the blood track is calm and focused. Dack is very impressive with his absolute calm and joy in work. In everyday life, he proves to be both a perfect working hunting dog and a family dog. He is very, very child-friendly and lives in harmony of his surroundings.

Dack is still at the beginning of his exam career, he will prepare for other exams, with the IKP and Kleeman in his goals.

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Tom and Vanita Skinner
Zwinger “Golden Sun”
Dack von der Silbergrube Dack von der Silbergrube

Vom Bosque River - D Litter

Anticipated Whelp Date: early February 2022

Blair vom Kleinen Fluss 1242/17 – D1, AZP2, HDA2, HN, Fw: SG
Grand Dam: Dixie vom Speidel 0096/14 - D1, S1, HDA2, Fw: V, VGP
Grand Sire: Bento von der Kopperburg 0614/10 – D1, VJP70, AH, S1, HDA1, Fw: V, HN, VGP

Blair is a moderately sized female and a phenomenal dog in the field – she naturally adjusts her range based on the terrain – closer for forest work, moderate range for mixed prairie/brush, and wider ranging for wide open grasslands. She quickly figured out wild birds of multiple species, was my first dog to figure out woodock and prairie grouse, and has also hunted a lot of wild pheasant and quail, doves, ducks, rabbits, and has recovered several deer. She is my best pointing dog by far and is a natural retriever. Blair has a ton of energy and endurance in the field but is quite relaxed and content just to lay quietly in the house. She has had one previous litter, and they have been phenomenal dogs on a variety of game as well and have nice conformation too.

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Blair vom Kleinen Fluss Blair vom Kleinen Fluss
Achilles vom Texas A1 0975/19 – AZP2, HDA2, OCD-Frei, HN, Fw: V
Grand Dam: Queen von Kings Crossing 0630/14 – D1, S1, Fw: V, HDA2, VGP
Grand Sire: Payton von Kings Crossing 0098/14 – D1, S1, Fw: V, HDA1, HN, VGP

Achilles is a nicely muscled, thick bodied and balanced male that is within the breed standard for height (65cm). He has a lot of drive and endurance and has actively hunted a wide variety of game including wild pheasant, quail, prairie grouse, woodcock, ducks, doves, rabbits, raccoons, and blood tracked multiple deer. He nicely quarters a field and is a medium-range dog, and his water search is phenomenal – he absolutely thrives in the water. He is a companion hunter and thoroughly loves to retrieve. I would say retrieving is one of his stronger traits. In the house he is quite relaxed and has never been a “chewer” – I could trust him even as a youngster to be in the house alone. His attractive appearance turns heads everywhere he goes.

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I anticipate this litter will have a ton of drive, will be truly versatile, have good conformation, good water and exceptional field dogs, and be great at home as well.
For more information please contact Russell Fees / 254-592-6735 /
Achilles vom Texas A1 Achilles vom Texas A1

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