We believe that every strong breeding program starts with exceptional brood bitches. Anybody can breed to a exceptional stud, but it is breeders with outstanding females that can consistently produce great offspring. At Bone Point kennels, we are extremely selective on the females we breed. On average, we will go through seven of the best bred females we can find before finding one that we want to use in the breeding program. We have chosen not to breed several females that were good hunting dogs and prize I NAVHDA natural ability dogs that were out of National Field Champion, Field Champion, Versatile Champion, and prize I utility parents. We set a high standard for our breeding program and because we hope to get one step closer to the "perfect dog" each generation, we know that we can only breed the best females. Very few females that we start as puppies make it as a brood bitch.  Below are the females used in our breeding program.
 

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BONE POINT'S DARK STAR

pedigree

progeny results

 

 

NAVHDA NA: 108/II

NAVHDA UT: 201/I

HEIGHT:  25"

WEIGHT:  60 lbs

DOB: 4-1-2006

COAT:  black & white roan, dense/medium harsh

BITE & EYES:  normal

HIPS:  OFA Good

THYROID: Normal, GWP-TH224/62F-VPI

 

 

Frida is owned by Jim and Pat Pease of Bend, OR.

Frida is one of the nicest bird dogs that we have produced. At 8 months old she was already covering incredible ground, hunting intelligently and flawlessly handling birds better than most seasoned hunting dogs. I knew after the first time I hunted over her that she was something special. She is basically a black, taller, better coated version of her dam, Allie (McNally's Super Ali NAI, UTI). They have the same sweet temperament and they are both two of the fastest, most stylish wirehairs that we have ever seen in the field. They both just eat up the ground and are bird finding machines. Both Frida and Allie are also very biddable, trainable dogs that are a pleasure to have around the house.

Frida is a wide ranging field dog that excels on chukars and huns in open country. She is also a reliable waterfowl retriever in cold, icy conditions. In training, the duck search was always her strongest area, proven by her ability to earn a '4' in all four of her utility tests.

Frida and her owner Jim hunt upland and waterfowl from September to February in Oregon, South Dakota, Saskatchewan, California and Arizona.

You can see more pictures of Frida on Jim's website at www.fridawire.com

 

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BONE POINT'S INDIGO

pedigree

NAVHDA NA: 112/I @ 10 mo

NAVHDA UT: 168/III @ 25 mo

HEIGHT:  24"

WEIGHT:  55 lbs

DOB: 7-22-2009

COAT:  liver & white, medium dense/medium harsh

BITE & EYES:  normal

HIPS:  OFA Excellent

THYROID: Normal, GWP-TH226/24F-VPI

 

 

 

Lola is owned by Jim and Pat Pease of Bend, Oregon.

Lola is one of the most talented wirehairs we have ever produced or witnessed. She is truly a once-in-a-lifetime dog. Her desire for game is unreal. She has been a prodigy from her earliest wild bird hunts and continues to impress in every training and hunting situation thrown at her. Lola has a very aggressive, medium-to-large ranging field search. She has a spectacular nose and is an excellent bird finder. She has as much "point" as any wirehair we have seen. She honors naturally and has excellent style and intensity on game. She pounds the water and loves hunting ducks.

Lola has an excellent temperament. She is a tough, gritty dog that can handle heavy training pressure and the most difficult hunting conditions out there.

You can see more pictures of Lola on Jim's website at www.fridawire.com

 

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RETIRED DAMS

 

 

In memory of.......

CHINOOCK WINDS CYPRESS

pedigree

progeny results

 

NAVHDA NA:  101/II @ 15 mo

NAVHDA UT:  166/III @ 24 mo, 204/I @ 35 mo

HEIGHT:  25"

WEIGHT:  62 lbs

DOB: 9-8-2000

COAT:  dense/harsh

BITE & EYES:  normal

Hips:  OFA Excellent

Thyroid: OFA GWP-TH212/130F-VPI

 

Sadie is probably our best all-around dog. She has remarkable abilities in the water and is an excellent duck hunting dog.  She hits the water at full-throttle to retrieve and training for the duck search was almost non-existent.  The hard part was getting her out of the water.  She has also been a fantastic chukar hunter, covering endless amounts of ground and standing her covies for as long as it takes us to find her beeper collar. Talent aside, she has an outstanding coat and conformation and produces some of the best looking pups that we have seen. She
is a proven producer of excellent versatile hunting dogs and has produced three NAVHDA Natural Ability Breeder's Award litters. Twenty-three of her offspring were natural ability tested averaging over 102 pts.

Lola is owned by Jim and Pat Pease of Bend, Oregon.

Lola is one of the most talented wirehairs we have ever produced or witnessed. She is truly a once-in-a-lifetime dog. Her desire for game is unreal. She has been a prodigy from her earliest wild bird hunts and continues to impress in every training and hunting situation thrown at her. Lola has a very aggressive, medium-to-large ranging field search. She has a spectacular nose and is an excellent bird finder. She has as much "point" as any wirehair we have seen. She honors naturally and has excellent style and intensity on game. She pounds the water and loves hunting ducks.

Lola has an excellent temperament. She is a tough, gritty dog that can handle heavy training pressure and the most difficult hunting conditions out there.

You can see more pictures of Lola on Jim's website at www.fridawire.com

 

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Retired.....

BONE POINT'S GABBY

pedigree

 

NAVHDA NA:  112/I @ 9 mo

NAVHDA UT:  178/II @ 24 mo

HEIGHT:  24"

WEIGHT:  50 lbs

DOB:  8-15-2008

COAT:  black & white ticked, dense/harsh

BITE & EYES:  normal

HIPS:  OFA Good


Stella is an extremely talented bitch with three attributes that are phenomenal; DRIVE, NOSE and COAT. Her incredible prey drive and desire to search for game on land or water is unparalleled. Her nose and ability to use it on land and water is jaw-dropping. Stella hunts at a medium range in the field and she has a very intense, stylish point. She is a tough, mentally stable bitch that can take heavy training pressure well. With that said, her incredible desire and toughness have not made her the easiest dog in the world to train. Stella has an exceptional dense/harsh coat and her conformation is fair.

Stella ran her first utility test at 24 months old and scored a 178/II and was marked down due to steadiness in the field. Two of Stella's littermate's both ran UT at 24 months as well, scoring a 182/II and a 198/I - both with first time utility handlers. It is impressive to note that all three young dogs performed very well under a great amount of training pressure, including all three earning 4s in the duck search. This litter also received a NA Breeder's Award with an average score of 106.5.

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In memory of.......

MCNALLY'S SUPER ALI

pedigree

progeny results

 


NAVHDA NA:  110/I @ 15 mo

NAVHDA UT:  199/I @ 41 mo

HEIGHT:  23"

WEIGHT:  47 lbs

DOB: 4-27-2003

COAT:  liver ticked, medium dense/medium harsh

BITE & EYES:  normal

HIPS:  OFA Excellent

THYROID:  OFA Normal

 


Allie quickly learned how to handle wild birds and was displaying the savvy of a seasoned veteran by the end of her first hunting season. While she is a great all-around versatile dog it is her desire, speed, athleticism, ground covering ability, style and bird finding ability that set her apart from the rest. She is probably our best chukar hunting dog. Allie's brother is a Versatile Champion and received his NAVHDA utility prize 1 at 17 months of age. Allie's sister was the #1 Derby Dog of the Year on the Canadian prairies in all-breed field trial competition. Allie always gives 110% the entire time she is down. The great thing about Allie is that while she is a little dynamo in the field, she is one of the calmest, most sweet natured dogs I've ever been around in the house. She has an excellent temperament and is always happy and eager to work or please. She is without doubt the most intelligent dog we have ever owned. She is also a fantastic retriever. Allie is a lot of dog in a small package and if I'm going on a several day hunt in rugged country, she is the first dog I take.