Wild Apple Kennel and Guide Service

Wild Apple Kennel and Guide Service
The 2007 Grand National Grouse Champion, Winner 2008 Northern New England Woodcock Championship, Winner 2010 Lake States Grouse Championship, Runner-up 2011 Northeast Grouse and Woodcock Championship, Winner 2011 International Amateur Woodcock Championship, Winner 2012 Southern New England Woodcock Championship

Wild Apple Kennel Training Blog

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Saturday, April 27, 2013

Puppy Videos

Today's walk took us into a wet spot in hopes of finding a woodcock.  No luck with that but the pups have no fear of the woods.

Despite the fact that these puppies are starting to hunt when we go on our walks, they are still very much puppies as this tug of war with a stick shows.

The little guys got there first walk out of the yard.  As you can see they really weren't concerned by the thicker cover.

Thursday, April 25, 2013

Kentucky Kids

Here's a quick video of the Autumn Moon X Creek's Elhew Lucy pups.  They're 8 1/2 weeks old.

They don't really stop much and pose for pictures.

For now there walks are restricted to the relatively easy going of the yard and fields nearest the house.  Soon we'll head further afield with trips to the quail pen and beyond.

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

New Arrivals

Long ride to Kentucky to visit family and pick-up puppies.  Left Thursday came back Monday in a 20 hour marathon.  Now have the full puppy team assembled for Grouse Camp.  Have school today so I din't have time to do much more than put up some pictures.   More soon.

Autumn Moon X Cover Dog Covergirl (Mariah) She's obviously older then the February pups.  This is her "dark side".

Moon X Mariah pup light side.

Autumn Moon X Creek's Elhew Lucy pup 1
Autumn Moon X Lucy pup 2

These little girls are 8 1/2 weeks.  It's amazing the difference in size between these two and the Jack X Belle pups.

On their walk this morning.  A couple more days in the yard and we'll start going to quail pen and back. 
These three hellions (Jack X Belle) grew a bunch in the 5 days I was gone.