Prairie Sky Kennel

Large Munsterlanders

Lynn Oliphant & Rhonda Shewfelt, Box 80 Site 600 RR6, Saskatoon, SK S7K 3J9 306-374-1068

This webpage was last updated on May 7, 2005

The Prairie Sky A litter was born on Friday, March 4, 2005. Opal gave birth to 11 pups: 7 females and 4 males. The puppies went their new hunting homes in May. They were ready for their first hunting experience by fal.

By March 28, the pups were able to stand up and navigate short distances. They began eating real food a few days before. They not only look more like little dogs now, they also sound like it!

The "Great Escape" took place on the night of they turned 4 weeks old.

The Males at 7 weeks

Aero, left

Argo "Joe", right

Ajax, left

Anders, right

The Females at 7 weeks

Aiko, left

Abbrielle, right

Abigail, left

Amya, right

Aimee, left

Aloe, right. She is still living at Prairie Sky in 2017.

Annabelle, left

Sunnynook's Opal wass the dam of the first litter at the Prairie Sky Kennel. Opal was an energetic, fast, fairly large running dog with an easy gait. She has a dense, wavy, soft coat and is lean with a light but muscular build (about 55 pounds). She was a good retriever both on land and from water. She has an intense, stylish point on wild game. She was a happy, affectionate and cooperative dog both in the field and in the house. Her hips are rated excellent. She received a Prize I (106 pts.) in Natural Ability and 154 pts. in Utility. Both her parents were German imports (see below).

Benjamin od Pisecneho rybnika was a Czech import, who lived in LaCombe, Alberta with Coleen and Zdenek Mares. Ben is a good-looking male with a muscular build (about 63 pounds) and a dense soft coat. He had a medium range in the field (100-150m) and good pointing style. He was an excellent water dog, enthusiastically retrieving from ice cold water. His hips are rated good. Ben earned 93 points (III) in the Natural Ability test and has sired one previous litter of fine hunting dogs. He died in 2017, at 15.

Grackle Ciperro, Opal's dam, is a German import who received 99 points (III) in the Natural Ability Test and 173 (III) in Utility. Her hips were certified as good.

Jupp von Anzenthal, Opal's sire, was a German import also. Jupp earned 112 points (I) in the Natural Ability test and 195 points (II) in the Utility test. His hips were rated good.

For more information on the Large Munsterlander, visit The Large Munsterlander Association of Canada® Website

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