Past Litters This page is for owners of Anywing pups to brag about how awesome their dog is. You can upload an image if you want!
Rye (Mable x Haze 2021) – aka Retrieving Machine
Rye (Mabel x Haze 2021)
Ruger made it into the 2023 Ducks Unlimited Calendar!!
Ruger made it into the 2023 Ducks Unlimited Calendar!
Never cease to amaze me
“Killing it” on the river 🦆🦆
Ruger is a retrieving machine. Retrieving a green winged teal on this foggy morning in Northern Maine.
I want to see the video!
Ruger is a year and seven months and he’s been doing great retrieving birds and ducks. He recently retrieved his first goose!
Shado and I have been working the field in Berlin pretty hard this week. Our efforts paid off this morning!
Cooper July 2017 litter. Year 2 and he is a woodcock machine.
We are so in love with Bleu ! He is almost 11 weeks old and so far has learned “sit,” “stay,” “lay,” and “paw.” He loves to eat, run around, play with his toys, go in the pool, and cuddle. He is the best little pup we could have ever asked for !
Ziggy (The Munch) is growing up!
Shado visiting what will soon be her new neighborhood in Concord, MA
The family, our friends, and our neighborhood are all in love with Shado. Here she is after a nice run and some training, moments before she passed out for an afternoon nap.
Shado exploring the woods behind our neighborhood on her weekend visit.
We are so in love with the Munch! Thanks Dan!
What a cute pair of buddies!
Dan – THANK YOU so much for everything!!!
Strider and I have been laying the smack down on ducks recently!
Cooper is famous! July 2017 litter
Cooper is from the July 2017 litter. I gun conditioned him and then hunted quail 3 or 4 times at the end of 2017 public season at 4 months. His last hunt he connected the dots between the training wings and a live bird and he evolved into a different Dog. Now a year later and he is a machine. He has put up more wild woodcock in the 2018 season so far than hunting the past 10 years over other dogs. Cape has had some tough very windy swirling wind days and his nose doesn’t change. He is so food driven that he learns commands in 3 to 4 repetitions and commits to memory. Hand signals no problem. I never force fetched (didn’t want to anyway), he held a paint roller on day 1, easily held bumpers after that which made for easy transition to hand with live birds. He normally gets a lot of exercise but averaging about 15+ miles per hunt with more in the tank and doesn’t stop swimming 😊. Previous springer was good to about 7-10 miles. He hunts close and when he locates a bird he pauses for a second as if to point, then pounces to flush which I love. I wanted a flushing dog and that hesitation gives me time to get the gun up which is perfect considering I shoot a .410 most of the time. He is a 75 lb Uber-Lab and I could not be happier with him! Thanks again Dan!
You know I love to hear this kind of stuff.
Keep up the good work, and happy hunting!
Tiller, one year-old!
Last hunt for a few weeks. Strider’s looking great!!
This was an awesome retrieve by Strider! I thought that the bird had escaped but Strider had other plans!
Had a good day today too! We are still working on verbal and hand signals (both of us)!
Working on his pointing!
More pointing practice!
Had some fun Chukar hunting with Strider this weekend!
Had some fun with the Geese! Chased one with a broken wing 100 yds and dragged it 20 yds back to me!
Cooper – Nothing he loves more. Bird parts 🙂
one more time..
Cooper – Crisp morning pheasant Romp
Nov 18 2017
Big day today, the usual crowd slept in so we had first run at the quail fields alone, Good match for our short puppy stamina and one on one work without distractions. Put training to use and casted like a bigger dog. Sniffed out and put up 3 birds in about 30 min-45 min. Knocked one down with the 410. Cooper had a solid mark, chased the dead bird down, sniffed it out and retrieved his first quail as expected. I could not have been more proud. All started with a good breeder, thanks Dan!! Blurry photo of a tired, happy pup.
Nov 21 2017
Flushed his first 2 quail last weekend. He will mark and retrieve by site then scent as far as I can throw a quail and dive into bushes where ever I send him. Took about 30 minutes to condition him to a 12 gauge overhead. His stamina grows every day. Just need to make the connection between live bird smell and dead retrieve and he will be well on his way. thanks to daily bird wing fetch or swim sessions. He is an awesome dog, thanks again! Nov 11 2017
Here is Tiller enjoying snow for the first time!
Here are two videos from our first chukar hunt today!
Hi there Dan!
Just wanted to share a photo to show you how well Pepper (1.5 years old) and Onions (at 9 weeks) are doing together. They are practically inseparable! You truly breed the most amazing dogs and I couldn’t thank you enough. I’m certain that Leighton will be posting hunting photos in the near future!
Tiller the Bird Killer on his second day home (8 weeks)!!! We couldn’t be happier with our pup! More pics to come!
Bird dogs don’t come any better than Goose. Working with her, hanging out with her, and hunting with her has been awesome.
She is eager to please, enthusiastic, and LOVES birds.
When we are on walks at the park she gets compliments all the time on her good behavior, retrieving, and recall.
When it comes to hunting, her energy and enthusiasm are contagious. If there is a bird around there’s not a doubt in my mind she will find it.
She even forgives me when my shooting isn’t up to her standards.
At just 8 months old I’m proud to call her my best friend and I look forward to the adventures that follow.
As promised, here are a few shots of Pepper with her first bird. We were hunting a WMA in southern NH. Pepper got wind of it, stopped and charged into a brushy tree line adjacent to a field to flush the bird and put it up she did. Daddy smacked it, and sent Pepper for it. Soon after she brought it back to hand (to Airi, not me but we’ll call it good this time). She did a fantastic job and next week is her big debut doing what her daddy truly lives for—ducks!
Sirloin after his first real hunt (6 months old).
He’s going to be a bird-dogging machine!
Sirloins latest trip to the hill.
Loki going home with Mark.
Maggie heading home with Ben.
Maggie at 6 months.
Her first hunt with the boys. Made her dad proud with 7 flushes.
Maggie and the boys.
Maggie still at it.
Sirloin heading home with Mike after his first ever real hunt!
Sirloin and Cane after some outdoor activities.
Mabel with her new family.
Casey with Bob and Linda
Casey is a wonderful addition to our family!
Casey practicing his water retrieves.
Casey’s always chewing on something!
Opening day of pheasant season, Casey flushed 3 cock birds and retrieved 2. He’s on his way to being a bird dog! Getting bigger everyday! Love this little guy!
Sara with Paula and John
Decoy and Goose with Jason and Exerett
Goose and Decoy are water retrieving machines at almost 4 months old!
teaming up for a big goose
Pepper with her new family, Leighton and Airi.
I cannot tell you how much we adore Pepper. She is a super smart, loyal, sweet and a practically fearless little girl. Easily trainable and she LOVES the water and retrieving. She goes bonkers when we play the ‘find it’ game with wings too. This one’s going to be an absolute demon on birds, I’m certain. The first time I took her to water I was hoping that she’d at least want to dip her toes in. I had her sit and walked in waist deep, then turned around only to see her right behind me then swimming circles around me as happy as a pig in a big pile of slop.
We chose her well, and you deserve a lot of credit for breeding such a lovely animal and for suggesting we come multiple times to check the pups out before choosing. You were dead right. Thank you, sir. She’s truly our little family member.
Paxton and Justin
Tanker (Hoover and Scoop pup) and her new hunting buddy Matt.
I want to wish them good hunting, and good luck in general.
I know she’ll be happy, specially since she won’t have to compete for attention!
A normal day on the mountain.
Another, more formal picture of Sage at ~1.5 years.
Sage is the best! She is coming up on her 2nd birthday and is absolutely still a puppy, though she doesn’t chew anything she’s not supposed to and has perfect recall when she wants to. She also loves tennis balls.
Puppy training at Fullflight.