Availability of Entlebucher Puppies for Sale

Sulee will be bred this spring  (2015) with pups available early summer.

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My e-mail is wildhorn@entlebuchers.com

Phone 440-997-5629

Kathleen Kinney

If you are specifically seeking a Wildhorn pup for conformation or performance at a future time or just want a Wildhorn pup, please contact me so that we can discuss possible future breedings.

CURRENT BREEDING STOCK

  BEST OPPOSITE EUKANUBA 2011 ORLANDO

BEST OPPOSITE NATIONAL SPECIALTY 2012 OCONOMOWOC MI

CH. URSULA VON ADHEM  (SULEE)

Sulee was just 13 months old with this win.


She won several Herding Puppy Groups her first summer.


THREE GENERATIONS OF WINNERS AT NATIONAL SPECIALTY  2011

Bronte of Wildhorn, Sulee's grand dam (on the box) was Best Veteran, Natessah von Adhem, left, her dam, was Best Opposite and Sulee (Ursula von Adhem) was Best Puppy at our National (Entlefest) in Utah. (That is me on the far right with Sulee)

 

 SULEE'S SIRE

This is Caesar-Rudi vom Chateau de Chapelle and his owner Bettina Schmitz.

 


 

CH. NEVA OF WILDHORN

WINNERS BITCH NATIONAL SPECIALTY 2012 OCONOMOWOC MI

 

NEVA as a pup

NEVA OF WILDHORN

Neva's sire Jumanji v. Brunswick ... Best of Breed at both Eukanuba, December 2011 and Westminster, February 2012 !

Best of Breed at National Specialty 2011, 2012 & 2013

 

Neva's sire Jumanji v. Brunswick and dam Farah of Wildhorn

 

Neva whelped her first litter (4) in late September 2013.

These photos were taken between 4 and 6 months

 

 

 

 

 

 

OBEDIAH OF WILDHORN

 

 

          

 

 

 

 

     ODA  OF WILDHORN  

             

OSWALD OF WILDHORN

           

      

        

  OBERNE OF WILDHORN                     


              If you have questions feel free to contact me at 440-997-5629 or wildhorn@entlebuchers.com

I typically do not respond to really generic e-mails sent to all breeders.

If you don't get an immediate call back, e-mail about it or call again. I try and return all calls and mail promptly but sometimes life and work and dogs get in the way and a message is inadvertently overlooked or lost.

If you call or e-mail me, please let me know that you have already read the material on this site.   That way I have a better idea of the information you already have. (Although sometimes folks say they have read the info and then nearly every question they ask is dealt with in detail on this site :-) 

I like to speak by phone with potential buyers and I have an application that I can provide after a phone conversation.

Entlebuchers are wonderful dogs in the right home situation with a knowledgeable, experienced owner who is willing to put the time and energy into proper training. Unfortunately, many people see only the Simon and Schuster Guide to Dogs quote, “it is extremely strict with cows but extraordinarily gentle with children” and then “and inclined above all to playing with children, and, if necessary, defending them” - they fall in love. Although Entles are/can be great family pets, they are often “too much dog”, and too active or challenging for inexperienced families. The adolescent Entlebucher pup, without proper “parenting” can develop dominant behaviors that are not acceptable.

Often toddlers are overwhelmed and frightened when a puppy "herds" them by nipping heels, "mouthing" them and jumping on them. Children five and older are better able to deal with that kind of "attention." Also families with prior successful puppy raising experience are not as surprised or overwhelmed with typical herding puppy behavior.

Unfortunately,  inappropriate placements often result in the return of the dog to the breeder or removal to foster care. These situations are very traumatic for both dog and family. My pups future lives are most important to me so appropriate placements are critical.

If possible, visit someone with Entlebuchers and ask questions. Most owners love to show off their dogs. I love to have visitors. If you live in my region, let me know if you want to meet with some Entles "up close and personal".

On rare occasion an older Entlebucher or older pup may be available for rehoming due to incompatibility with the family,  family problems or a change in the buyers life circumstances. In those cases I take the Entlebucher back, evaluate the dog to determine the most appropriate type of home for that particular Entle and then place him/her.

I am responsible for the rest of my puppies' lives. I want to choose wisely.

This is a major life decision for you....... choose wisely.

Thanks for visiting.