Here you will find information about our upcoming DPCNA Approved Litters. For a litter to be approved, both parents must be registered with the DPCNA and must have all their health clearances submitted to the breeding commission.
Scroll down to see what exciting plans we have for 2018!
Updated: 14 October 2018
Powder x Joeri - planned for early 2019
This will be a foreign bred litter as Joeri lives in the Netherlands and Powder lives in Spokane, WA. This will be the first ever North American female taken back to the Netherlands to be bred to a Dutch male. What makes it even more exciting is that Powder was born in the US, making it another first. The puppies will be born and raised in WA.
Powder is a pup from Rainshadow Drents' 2014 litter. She was taken as stud owner's choice and has matured into a beautiful girl. She excels in the field with a natural point and strong retrieve, an AKC Canine Good Citizen, and is a super cuddler at home. Joeri was born in and currently resides in the Netherlands. He has many U (excellent) show ratings along with an array of KNJV hunting diplomas. His temperament is excellent, and his good looks and character are evident in the pups he has already sired in the NL.
This breeding should occur sometime in early Spring 2019, with pups being ready to go home sometime late summer 2019. Both dogs meet DPCNA breeding requirements.
For more information about the litter or to get on the waiting list, please contact:
Claire x Kiet - planned for 2019
This will be a foreign bred litter as Kiet lives in Belgium and Claire - originally from The Netherlands - lives in California. Claire will be flown to Belgium for the mating, but the puppies will be born and raised in California. Both parents are loving family members and upland game hunters. In 2017, Kiet received the highest qualification of "excellent" in an evaluation of potential Drent studs in Belgium and the Netherlands.
The dates for this breeding are not confirmed, but it may occur sometime late 2018 or 2019.
For more information about the litter please contact: