Pups will be six weeks old this coming Saturday. They will be wormed again and given their first shot on Saturday.
We will be traveling from San Antonio to Quitman, TX on June 17th. We are already transporting two pups and can haul more if it helps someone out. You must meet us that night, the 17th. We will be staying with relatives who do not have a fenced yard and we'll be attending a family reunion, so no space to house a pup and no time to mess with their care.
The pups are doing well, getting a lot of hands on attention. The runt of the litter, a male, is the most spoiled. He's very outgoing, maintains his ground in the pecking order, first to get to the food, and usually the last to leave it. He's small, but has a great personality and loves people.
And even though I use the parents/siblings on hogs, these pups are bred to hunt just about anything with four legs.
Pups are 4 weeks old. Four males and four females. Already starting to show their attitude, growling and barking at intruders. Visit our page on Dogs for Sale in order to view pictures. Only two males and one female are spoken for.
Daisy started having her pups yesterday afternoon and finished this afternoon. Nine pups total, five males, 4 females. The runt is a male, but he's eating and doing well so far. With a litter this size, we expect to lose one within the first 48 hours, so we're keeping our fingers crossed for the little guy.
I have several people that have told me, "I want one" but none are officially spoken for at this time. Pups are $200 each, or I will let three go to the same person for $400. That's a deal I've done in the past for others and I will do the same this time around.
This is the third cross between Jack and Daisy and both of those litters produced some hard working hog dogs.
All pups are yellow like their parents, some are lighter in color than others, but they are more yellow in color than red at this point.
Contact my by cell, 210-422-0791. Will receive texts or calls.
Jack and Daisy hooked up tonight and I'll put them together again over the next couple of days for good measure. So, mark your calendars, pups should be here in about 63 days, give or take. This will be the third time for Jack and Daisy to put out a litter. I have two from the first litter and they are still working hard for us. I've had good reports back on the pups from the second litter as well. Let us know if you are interested in a pup or two. They should be anywhere from the darker yellow to the rusty red like their momma. Regardless, they will be considered Yellow Kemmers.
BAD NEWS, she would not let Jack near her, so there will be no puppies this go 'round. Not sure what her problem was, but she would not let any males near her. I even tried holding her and she didn't want any part of that.
Sorry, I know many people have been asking about pups, but we'll have to wait until Daisy comes in. That should be around January or February. She's pretty regular and she likes the boys.
It's been a while since we've updated the website. We haven't run the dogs much, with the summer heat, lack of hogs, kids being active in all sorts of things, finding time to hunt has been difficult.
We have had a flurry of contacts, whether by email, phone, or texts, in regards to puppies. Daisy and Tonka came in during August and we passed on breeding them. Lilly just came in and again, we chose not to cross her with anyone at this time. But, her sister Heather just came in and we will be putting her with Jack starting tomorrow. This will be her first litter and probably Jacks 4th or 5th? Jack is the sire to Heather and I've talked to Mr. Kemmer about any issues that might arise from a father/daughter cross such as this. Apparently it's quite common and the 3/4 pups tend to be great hunters. Jack is tenacious and Heather is definitely cut from the same cloth. These pups should have more than their fare share of 'attitude' and drive.
Pups should arrive the middle of January, pups will be ready for pickup seven weeks after that. If interested, let us know.
Tonka is our American Bulldog female and we will be putting her with Digger, our AB male, when she comes again. Probably around January? Several pups are already spoken for, any others will be up for sale.
In the meantime, hope everyone has a great Thanksgiving and a Merry Christmas. Don't forget to keep our service men and women in your thoughts and prayers, as many of them are away from their families during the holidays.
GOD bless and take care.
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