These dogs are great HPR Hunting dogs - Hunt Point and Retrieve
Trigger was whelped 17 January 2014 out of Temic x Dixie and is becoming a good looking dog.
He has already proved himself in the hunting of ground birds & waterfowl.
Fabio his owner has made us proud in training trigger, well done!
Bibi was whelped September 2013 out of Dollar x Bullet and seven weeks later she was flown down to George from Witbank. Bibi was the smallest in the litter and as per order was kept for the new owner. She has since grown to be a beautiful normal sized German Shorthair. Bibi was to be an athlete ordered to be the new owners jogging buddy AND now also a great hunting buddy. She has turned out to be a great retriever of both doves & geese with a staunch point on ground birds. I have to say it is good to get such good feedback from our pups bred over the years. It makes it all worth it and keeps us breeders going.
Just a reminder of Ginny ,who has turned into a great hunter.Thanks for the great breading it is really an honour to have one of your dogs..
Ian DoddsGinny was whelped September 2013 out of Dollar x Bullet
Danny of Matotoland Kennel
Dagger of Matotoland Kennel
These two German Shorthairs were imported from Charles Rose of Seymor Texas
Wildrose German Shorhairs to improve our dogs and give us more versatility
in our breeding programme. We have now imported a total of five
dogs - Dollar, Dixie, Dash, Danny & Dagger, all unique in their own
way. Dollar for speed & stamina, Dixie is our water baby, Dash has the best nature, and
Danny & Dagger still to prove themselves, now being only 5&6 months old.
We can proudly say we have the most unique lines to breed from in South Africa.
All these dogs are biddable, have great noses, & and drive that will give you goosebumps!
These dogs have truly complemented and improved our lines in South Africa.
To best your best hunting buddy and family pet ever!
We strive to breed a dog with a great personality & hunting drive that will be the best hunting buddy you have ever owned !
Photo's by Ian Dodds