LITTER ARRIVED MARCH 26TH
SEVEN MALES AND THREE FEMALES
THIS LITTER IS SOLD
Dam: Robingun's Fireball B Z Tevah (Tevah)
Sire: Robingun's All About Lucky (Lucky)
The sire of this litter is Lucky, a male out of our first litter we whelped, and Tevah, a third generation female out of our Nixie Rae line that we co-own with Tom McDonald. This is Tevah's first litter. Tevah has a very calm and cooperative temperament and very good conformation. Our Nixie Rae line includes four NAVHDA Versatile Champions. Tevah has been a very easy dog to train and she has a wonderful temperament. In May of 2017 she passed the NAVHDA Utility Preparatory Test at only sixteen months of age and in October of 2017 she
passed the NAVHDA Utility Test at 22 months of age. She earned a Prize I in her NAVHDA Natural Ability Test when she was eight months old and when she was ten months old she was Reserve Champion Rare Breed Puppy at the IABCA conformation show at Purina Farms. Tevah has a very staunch point and she has been a natural retriever since she was six weeks of age. Tevah's dam, Robingun's Branka von der Hills, is one of the best dogs we we have ever owned and Tevah's sire is the German import we own, Zandor vom Fuchseck, who has a phenomenal nose and he has consistently produced outstanding puppies.
Lucky is a very handsome male with excellent conformation. He has a very calm and cooperative temperament in the home and in the field. Lucky lives in Lincoln, NE so we frequently see him when we board him as well as we have hunted with him often. Lucky has a very staunch point on upland game. Lucky's grandfather is our first Utility Prize I dog we owned, Hunting Hills' Gunnar and his great-grandfather, VC Cody vom Apfelbaumbach, was imported from Germany. Cody was the first SM in America to pass the German VGP test and Cody earned his NAVHDA Versatile Champion title in 2007. Lucky's dam, Wolfsburg's Etta Juwel, earned a Prize I in the NAVHDA UPT Test and a Prize III in the NAVHDA Utility Test. Etta is a closer working dog in the field with a very calm and cooperative temperament. Etta is a beautiful female who has very dark eyes. Etta has earned both UKC and IABCA Champion Conformation titles.
This pairing should produce puppies that are calm and cooperative in the home, yet hunt in the field or water with enthusiasm. We take special care to ensure we have healthy puppies using a reputable fertility vet for every breeding we do with our females. We anticipate that we will have primarily dark roan puppies like Tevah and Lucky or roan puppies similar to Nixie Rae, Tevah's grandmother.
All of the pups will have registered names that begin with the letter "L". We select the registered name for the pups, such as Robingun's Lazer, but the owner can call the pup any name they choose.
Robingun's Lucky T Lazer
Robingun's Lucky T Lanzo
Robingun’s Lucky T Lewy (means "famous fighter" in German)
Robingun's Lucky T Luger (a German pistol)
Robingun's Lucky T Lasko
Robingun's Lucky T Legend
Robingun's Lucky T Largo
Robingun's Lucky T Lehyah
Robingun's Lucky T Lyssa (means "noble, truth" in German)
Robingun's Lucky T Linka
We anticipate that the puppies from this litter will be calm and cooperative dogs with a lot of drive in the field and in the water with very good noses, an intense pointing instinct and be natural retrievers. We will only sell puppies from this exceptional litter to people who hunt their dogs and will agree to test the dog in one or more NAVHDA tests or allow us to test the dog for them. We sell all of our pups with a NAVHDA breed restriction and
we will not remove the restriction unless a dog has been approved for breeding by the SMCNA. We will also help our puppy buyers with training and testing and all of our puppy buyers receive a puppy training manual that Pam has created. Our goal as a breeder of Small Munsterlanders, thanks to the the assistance of Tom McDonald, is to breed only the best Small Munsterlanders true to the German FCI standards that are not only excellent hunting dogsbut excellent pets in the home. Tom McDonald is not only our mentor, but the first person in the United States to import the breed, as well as he is one of the founders of the Small Munsterlander Club of North America.