Dixie of Matotoland Kennel USA Imp - HPR Hunting dog

 Wildrose German Shorthairs
Dixie had a long day she is due to have her pups in two weeks she could not keep up with the other dogs.
Dixie is also a Wildrose dog imported from the states to improve our dogs.

Jesse of Matotoland Kennel - HPR Hunting dog

We had some time in the off season to do some field work and water work.
Jesse was a slow starter but she has turned into a formidable hunter!
Great Hunt Point and Retrieve skills these dogs have naturally.

Morgenzon Bullet of Matotoland Kennel - HPR Hunting dog

                                                                      Focus Right Foot
                                                                     Focus Left Foot
                                                                  Got Them!
                                                                 There they go!
Bullet is our oldest female. She started our quest to breed better hunting dogs. Bullet has done very well in the hunting competitions all over South Africa and has proved to be a top dog, an excellent retriever on land and in water and has successfully hunted most of our bird species from Limpopo to the Western Cape!

Wildrose There Goes Last Dollar of Matotoland Kennel USA Imp.

Wildrose German Shorthairs

Dollar arrived from the states when he was  6 months old and just had to much drive something we were not used to. He has bred exceptional pups and himself  turned into a bird finder machine! He has a loving nature with a natural hunting ability and biddable if you understand racing cars! He has improved our New Generation Matotoland Kennel dogs all round and made them better hunting dogs, thanks Charlie Rose these are great HPR hunting dogs.

Ginney of Matotoland Kennel - New Generation German Shorthairs

 Ian Dodds, proud owner of Ginney, writes "Ginney is doing well and has a great temperament. She learns fast and has started doing regular walks in the veld to get acquainted with all the smells and distractions of the other dogs. We have started to train her on quail, she has a great nose and is coming on well. I am confident that she will be the best hunting dog I have owned. Remember I did my research on your breeding and all I got was the comments that you can't go wrong. That has proven to be correct and I can't thank you enough for the great breeding and the follow ups after I got the puppy. We need to get together in the new year and take the dogs out when the temperature drops
Good hunting and training".

Photo's by Ian Dodds