Our Dogs

The Dogs of Skyline Drive Kennels

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 “2014 NASHDA WORLD CHAMPION”

Hunter also has been a finalist at the World Championships in 2012, 2013, 2016

JEFF AND HUNTER NASHDA CHAMPS

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Hunter is our male chocolate lab. We purchased Hunter in 2011 as trained shed hunting dog. He is smart, energetic, loving,  and obedient. He is very serious and focused about finding sheds. His drive to hunt is unmatched. He has made it to the World Shed Dog Championship finals in 2012, and 2013.  In 2014 he earned the title of “Amateur World Champion” missing the Open title to a professional handler by only one second.                  Many of Hunters pups have become great shed hunting dogs.  Of the five litters he has been stud to from our kennel there are “11” of them qualified to compete in the NASHDA World Championships for 2017.  He has two litters that are less than six months old that are doing great both at shed hunting and bird dogs as well.

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Hunter’s OFA Documentation

CNM, EIC, DM, HNPK, HUU, PKD, Cystinuria – CLEAR

CARDIAC – LR-CA6541/41M/P-VPI

EYES -LR-EYE6270/87M-VPI

Hunter Eye Cerf

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JWCSH Ramblin Max’s Skyline Remington CGC, JRSH

“2015 NASHDA Jr World Champion”


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“Remi”

 She qualified and attended the NASHDA World Championships in April 2014 for the first time just before her 1st birthday and won the Junior World Champion title in 2015. She also holds a Senior Shed Hunting Title, has her CGC title, has competed in AKC B Match and received best in show and breed, and also has two passes at her started hunt title through UKC.  Remi and Hunters first litters’ owners have reported that they are very smart, easy to train, social and driven dogs. Most of them hunt sheds and some have started training for waterfowl as well.

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 EIC – Carrier  CNM, DM, HNPK, HUU, PKD, Cystinuria – CLEAR

EYES – LR-EYE6217/45F-VPI

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Blue Clays Trinity CGC JRSH

“Mya”

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Mya is everything rolled into one package.  She has tons of drive, a great nose, sweet, smart, and pretty! She has two passes toward her JR AKC hunt title, her CGC title, and needs two more passes to obtain her NASHDA Senior shed hunting title and also qualified, and was a Junior division finalist at the NASHDA World Championships 2016.

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EIC – Carrier  CNM, DM, HNPK, HUU, PKD, Cystinuria – CLEAR

EYES – LR-EYE11595/27F-VPI

HIPS – LR-225038G27F-VPI

ELBOWS – LR-EL76474F27-VPI

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Crosswind’s Last Drake of the Day MH

 

“Drake”

Owner – Jeff Burton

Drake is one of those dogs that has it all.  He is a perfect gentleman in terms of house manners and social behavior, but can go from couch to the field with style and consistency.  He is an excellent marking dog, and is a real “game-time” performer on test day.  His line manners make him a joy to train and handle.  On blinds, Drake is a team player and carries great lines. His handling is crisp and precise, and he is quite biddable making him very easy to work with.

Hips – Excellent, Eyes – Normal, Elbows – Normal, EIC – Clear, CNM – Clear

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Skyline’s Shedhunting Benelli 

“Nelli”


Nelli was our pick of the litter from a super shed hunting parents. She is a small framed girl with a personality everyone falls in love with. Nelli holds a Junior shed hunting title from NASHDA and has qualified the last two years for the NASHDA world championships.  Both of her parents have recently achieved their Master When in the woods she is focused with great ability to find sheds.

CNM, EIC, DM, HNPK, HUU, PKD, Cystinuria – CLEAR

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