Stud Services - Puppies For Sale- Imported Genetics
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Boone is out of Parker and Patsy. Ruby showed him in St. Louis at the IABCA show and won Best in Show, Reserve Best in Show and Reserve Best in Show Bred By Exhibitor. He is a very classy, well balanced boy with a great personality and confidence. He began his bird training with Jim Gourley in KS and will spend the winter of 2018-2019 in Idaho with Wayne Burton at Helvete Hund Kennel running birds. We are very excited to see Parker’s line continue with Boone.
Rafter V Boone’s Pistols Firing
PennHip- Right DI= 0.20, Left DI= 0.37
Kaiser is out of Dottie and Parker and is a half brother to Boone and full brother to Indy. He is big and stout like his sire while keeping the sweet disposition of his dam. I don’t think I could have special ordered a sire any better to my liking than him. He is very mild mannered and easy to handle and he carries himself with confidence. I love his proud stature and regal presence. He’s not just a pretty boy though. I really like Kaiser’s balance and topline, his blocky head and correct tail set. He’s a great all around sire for us.
Tate is in training as a potential sire for our kennel. He is the most strong willed dog I have ever owned but also one of my favorite. He knows my routine and he will go hide when it’s time to be put up at 3:00 when I pick kids up from school. When he hears the alarm on my phone he closes his eyes and acts like he is asleep so I will leave him in the office. He thinks he is invisible if he can’t see me.
I like his size and build and I have high hopes for him as a Rafter V sire. We still have a long way to go with Tate so stay tuned for updates.
Rafter V’s Go Big or Go Home
PennHip- Not Done Yet
Indy is a Parker/Dottie daughter. Indy has great prey drive which makes training fun. She has a graceful, strong look and resembles Parker in her shape and size. Indy is one of my favorite dogs (the girls tell me that I say that about all of them). She is very eager to please and she is always watching and paying attention to my every move. She responds to the slightest cues and is very trainable.
(Rafter V) Indy Williams
PennHip- Right DI= 0.25, Left DI= 0.28
Kori lives to HUNT. She is always running with her nose to the ground. If she isn't hunting she's sleeping. Kori is the quietest, most well mannered dog we have. The aristocratic, regal descriptions of a Weimaraner fit her perfectly. Kori is smaller framed with a deep chest and is very well muscled. She belongs to my daughter, Neely and they have the same personality. Perfect for each other, both quiet, independent and "watchers". They both prefer to NOT be the center of attention.
Clara is a Parker daughter. She is a very stunning dog with a regal stature and amazing disposition. She is a great example of the Velcro personality and is very calm and well mannered. She is happiest on the couch or following the girls around. She is OFA Good and holds an International Champion confirmation title from IABCA.
Gin is a very mild mannered girl that we were fortunate to add to our breeding program. She is still in training and we will update her page as we move forward. I have big dreams for Gin so keep an eye on her.
Lilly is a super high prey drive female that comes from a very impressive pedigree. Her sire is Cryo (PM’s Prairiestorm Icy Cold JH). She has strong conformation and hunt genetics and we were pretty fortunate to be trusted with her breeding rights. She is a little different style than we are used to which adds a nice bit of diversity to our breeding program. Lilly is still young and growing but we can’t wait to see what she does in the future.
Willow Ridge Lilly of the Valley
PennHip- Not Done Yet
Sweet May is a female that we have placed in a pet home with our close friends, David and JW. May is hip and DNA tested and has a very sweet disposition and mild manner. She lives with the girls soccer coach and is a companion for his son. We bred her to Parker in 2018 and she raised a very nice litter. We have plans to breed her to Parker’s son, Boone, in 2019.
SS Dazzling Dory
PennHip- Right DI= 0.39, Left DI= 0.36
Tami came to us from a Setter trainer in Minnesota. He raised her from a puppy and trained her as a guide dog in his string. Tami doesn’t have a lot range and likes to work in close so she wasn’t fitting into his big hunts where he needed to cover a lot of ground. We were very happy to add her to our breeding program here in OK! She is one of the best minded dogs and fits our program perfectly. We love her calm nature and sweet disposition. She loves the water and laying on the couch and she never gets excited about much.
Rafter V’s Shade Of The Tamarack
PennHip- Not Done Yet
Parker is our imported stud. He has a natural tail because he was born in Australia and he has a lot of good traits that make him a nice sire. He weighs 95 pounds and is a comical, friendly boy. He has IABCA National and International titles in confirmation and his rear leg structure is what sets him apart. Well-bent stifles normally result in longer rear reach, and also provide flexibility associated with speed. The rear angulation should balance with the correctly angled front assembly, balance being the key. A well-angulated rear provides the long, ground covering stride desired in the hunting dog. - The Weimaraner Standard from the Weimaraner Club of America.
Dottie is our blue girl and my sidekick. Not only does she hunt but she thinks she's a cow dog too. She's gathered wheat pasture cattle and moved lots of cattle through the pens. She can usually be found on her bed under the kitchen table or in the shade around the house. She is a great babysitter and protects us from snakes, porcupines, rats, ground squirrels and jack rabbits.
*** Dottie retired with her last litter in 2018. She is so important to our family and exactly the type of dog I hope to raise for our buyers based on temperament. She is not the flashiest dog or a titled hunter and she doesn't have a famous pedigree but she is everything I love about the breed. I could devote an entire page to her stories and antics and why she is so loved by everyone that meets her. I promise that if I visit with you about our kennel you will hear more than one Dottie story. She's a legend. Indy is a Dottie daughter and she is now in our breeding program.
Neely used Dottie for her Science Fair Project!
Patsy has a very good disposition and natural hunting desire. She has a very expressive look to her face and a blocky head. Patsy is a great all around dog, she is a good mama, easy to train and eager to please. Her first show yielded two Best of Breeds, two class wins and a National title. She will be retired after her August 2017 litter and available for a pet home. She would make a great running partner and needs a home with lots of outdoor adventure and a chance to relax indoors with her family.
Patsy and Sophie
Best of Breed Winner
2015 Texas Prairie Sieger
** We lost Bailey in May of 2018. She was hit by a car. Bailey was a great addition to our breeding program and we are very sorry to lose her.
Bailey reminds me a lot of Dottie when she was younger. She has great prey drive but is also calm and gentle. She is easy going and laid back around the house but knows when we go out in the field that it is time to play. Bailey has conformation titles from IABCA and has been hip tested.
Bailey was shown by our friend, Aubree, and lives with her. She is still a part of the Rafter V breeding program but now she gets to sleep in her humans bed! She is just a few miles down the road so we see her often.
Jackson is our blue male. He is very mild mannered, eager to please and has a laid back personality. He has a very soft mouth and loves to retrieve. His PennHip score is in the top 90th percentile for the breed and we are very excited to see how he crosses back on our Parker daughters. I love all of my weims but Jackson has a very special place in my heart. He is my male version of Dottie Dog.