The "E" Litter

Juniper Creeks Evony Pine x Fin Renard Cabon Felix

July 10, 2018

We liked the "D" Litter so much that we did it again!  

 

The C Litter was to be Callie's final litter.  We had planned to breed her to Cedarwoods Feisty Hector based on a breeding which had been done, by our friend Jeff George, that produced some really nice pups with great NAVHDA NA performance scores.  That breeding had been with Cedarwoods Zayda Volante and Hector.  Alycia adored the personality and drive of Ripsnorter's Jackpot, one of the pups from that litter and Jeff's new stud dog.  Since Zayda was a half sister to Callie (both were sired by Cedarwoods Sharp Shooter) we thought that would be good pairing with Callie as well.  

Unfortunately, we lost Callie in 2016 before this breeding could take place.  Heartbroken and not sure what to do, we called Jeff for advice.   We still wanted another pup and we still wanted a Feisty Hector pup but it would be at least another 2 years before we could breed Evony.  Ever the wonderful friend, Jeff offered Zayda as a gift so that we could use her for the breeding.  We agreed to split the litter between Ripsnorter and Lone Pine and we would keep Zayda and retire her when she was ready.  

Our first attempt in 2017 was via artificial insemination, which didn't take.  So in 2018, when she came back into season, we took a 3 day road trip up to Quebec, Canada to have a live cover breeding.  Luckily it was successful and we got our Hector pup, Cadi.  We decided to retire Zayda after this litter and she now lives quite the comfortable and spoiled life.  

 

 

Lone Pine's Edison of True

"Whiskey is awesome!  He does everything I ask of him the first time.  Super high drive in the field.  Super chill in the house.  He stays close, sits calmly in the truck, won't even stick his nose in a trash can, and he can sniff out a trail like I've never seen.  He makes me look like I know what I'm doing."

Lone Pine's Extraordinary Dakota

"Whiskey is awesome!  He does everything I ask of him the first time.  Super high drive in the field.  Super chill in the house.  He stays close, sits calmly in the truck, won't even stick his nose in a trash can, and he can sniff out a trail like I've never seen.  He makes me look like I know what I'm doing."

Lone Pine's Evolution of True

Lone Pine's Everything's Mosby

Lone Pine Emerald Rosemary vonJagger

Lone Pine's Eevee Evolution

Lone Pine's Eccentric Chewbarka

Lone Pine's Everest

© 2013 - 2020 Lone Pine Pudelpointers

Lone Pine Pudelpointers

Mike & Alycia Baird

North Bend, OR

(503) 440-0717 / (781) 929-9584

alyciabaird@hotmail.com

  • w-facebook