EARLY COINING IN OUR KENNEL
The puppies are born in the house, where they spend the first weeks of their life closely with the family. A spacious whelping box is available for this purpose. It is centrally located in the kitchen-cum-living room, so that the puppies get everything from the first day on.
As soon as the little ones become more mobile, they move into the spacious puppy room with a large window front and daylight. This room is connected to a large garden with a kennel and an outdoor area. In the adjoining territory the first swimming attempts can take place as well as forest and fields can be explored.
It is especially important to me that the puppies will later be a reliable, intrepid and robust hunting partner as well as a member of the family. Therefore, experiences of everyday environmental stimuli are as much in the foreground as the early development of the hunt.