Available Dogs & Puppies
Flint Hills Epagneul Bretons Jack x Lass puppies
We are expecting a litter from Jack x Lass mid-November, 2018. This is a repeat breeding that has produced excellent pups/dogs in prior breedings. The sire, Jack, is our foundation stud and is a superb, all-natural wild bird dog. Jack is a once-in-a-lifetime dog who has excelled in everything ever asked of him. He is an outstanding bird finder, naturally staunch and honest on his birds, retrieves to hand, and has a calm, obedient temperament. He is powerfully built with tons of drive and the stamina to hold up to the 100 days/year of hunting he does with Mike. Jack earned a UKC Gun Dog title at 3 trials with no formal training at all, just his wild bird hunting experience. Jack is OFA Excellent. Lass is a fast, stylish and thorough hunter with terrific drive and stamina. Lass is OFA Good. Their pups/dogs from their previous litters are true-to-type and have inherited the field talent of their parents.
We have a couple of reservations still open for this upcoming litter due mid-November, 2018. For further information on the litter and dogs, Mike can be reached at 785-727-6300. Below are photos of Jack, Lass and some of their offspring from their earlier 2 litters.
Firelight Ryman Setters
2019: My next litter of setter pups is planned for spring/summer 2019. Reports have been very strong about Kate’s winter 2017/18 puppies so I am planning to breed her again next spring. Below are a few photos of her pups at work at just 7 months old:
Below are a few of the pups and youngsters from recent litters.
We often keep a puppy from each litter so we can hunt and evaluate our breedings. These pups are then sometimes available when they are a year old to approved hunting homes. At this time we do not have any available dogs but will post here when we do.
Our most recent started dog that we placed was Jazz, our tri-color French Brittany better known to her friends as Pickle. Pickle is a dynamic little brush busting bird finder and is ideal for thick, tangled cover. She is now a southern Appalachian ruffed grouse dog and was pointing grouse for her new owner within a day of arriving in her new home. Between their frequent mountain hunts she quickly became a beloved member of a busy family.
The photos below are examples of started dogs that we have sold in the past.