Hunting Hills Kennel LLC
Breeder of Small (Kleine) Munsterlanders
.....A top quality hunting companion for the dedicated sports person
Hunting Hills Kennel has earned 12 NAVHDA & SMCNA NA Breeders Awards and 11 SMCNA Sires Awards. Hunting Hills Kennels encourages all buyers to be members of the North American Versatile Hunting Dog Association (NAVHDA) and the Small Munsterlander Club of North America (SMCNA) to help promote the Small Munsterlander.
All Hunting Hills Small Munsterlanders used for breeding have met or surpassed the minimum breeding requirements of the Small Munsterlander Club of North America (SMCNA). The SMCNA is the original Small (Kleine) Munsterlander Club in North America and the Club's mission is to promote responsible ownership of the Small Munsterlander, encourages training, testing, and hunting. Additionally, the Club recognizes the Small Munsterlander to be a versatile hunting dog, accepts the Standard of the breed as set forth by the German Verband for Kleine Munsterlander and adopted by the FCI (Federation Cynologique Internationale) as the only standard of conformation by which the Small Munsterlander shall be judged, and encourages testing, training and breeding that conforms to accepted standards.
We thank all of the owners of Hunting Hills' puppies for exposing their puppies to hunting situations and running their SM in the NAVHDA Natural Ability test.
VC Hunting Hills' Hemlock (Hemi)
Member of the Small Munsterlander
Club of North America - SMCNA
History of the Small Munsterlander:
The SM originated in the Munster region of Northern Germany over 500 years ago. They are called Kleine Münsterländer in Germany. Other early names for the Small Munsterlander are Heidewachtel, Spion (little spy), Maly Munsterlandsky Ohar, Petit Münsterländer, Pienimünsterinseisoja, or Piccolo Münsterländer. Germany is the founding country of Small (Kleine) Munsterlander and wrote the F.C.I .Standard .
The SM is one of the smallest of the gun dogs. It is tough, strongly built, full of nobility, and enthusiasm. The Small Munsterlander's coat should be smooth with feathering on the ears, the legs, and the tail. The dog uses his tail as an instrument of expression, and this signaling ability is highly useful in its work. Many SM have voice on trail or scent when tracking its game, which is a desirable trait especially in Europe. The hunter can hear the voice of his dog and know what type of game it is hunting or tracking.
Hunting Hills' Kennel LLC
Member of NAVHDA and
NAVHDA Heartland Chapter
VC Looses Jaika
NA 112 Prize I UT 204 Prize I
JGHV: VJP 74 VGP 273 Prize II
Invitational 191 Pass
HRC Starter Retriever Title
2007 SMCNA Dog of the Year
Hunting Hill's F Litter: SMCNA Sire Award
Hunting Hill's G Litter: SMCNA Sire Award
Hunting Hill's H Litter: SMCNA Sire Award
Hunting Hill's L Litter: SMCNA Sire Award
Hunting Hills' S Litter: SMCNA Sire Award Gosch's J Litter: SMCNA Sire Award
von Turner D Litter: SMCNA Sire Award
Available for stud to SMCNA approved females
NAVHDA NA TEST:
New Small Munsterlanders at Hunting Hills Kennel
Avery von der Weidach
Hunting Hills' Piper
Zenka vom Tecklenburger Land
We are excited to
Welcome to Hunting Hills Kennel home page on the Internet. At our site we hope to introduce our Small Munsterlander breed to you. The SM is a long haired versatile hunting dog that uses both air scent for pointing and ground scent for tracking. They will hunt fur and feather for the hunter on foot. The Small Munsterlander's elegance, intelligence, desire and devotion make them a wonderful hunting partner and home companion.
Hunting Hills Kennel's goal is to breed the best to the best; to produce a well balanced hunting dog and calm companion in the home with the family. In 20 years of owning SM's there have been 26 litters with 199 Hunting Hills' Small Munsterlanders born. 129 of the 139 Small Munsterlanders born are of age to be NAVHDA tested. 97 SM have Natural Ability tested in NAVHDA and 91 have passed the NA test with an average score of 103.3. That means that 56% of the Hunting Hills' Kennel Small Munsterlanders have tested and of those tested 94% have passed.
Hunting Hills' Pia (Dixie)
Avery von der Weidach
Charly vom Emsaue(Ka$h)
We are also excited to announce our
Timber Trail's Bella
Zandor vom Fuchseck
A Litter puppies should arrive around March 22, 2015