Wirehaired Pointing Griffons for Sale

Our last litter was whelped October 15, 2016 and all pups are
in their new homes. Next projected litter is winter of 2017/18.

Contact Mary Kaiser @ rawleypointkennel@gmail.com or 616-846-3089 or 616-460-6434





Friday, September 18, 2009

Emmitt, Emmitt, Emmitt.....

He leads such a good life with a good mom! I love getting regular updates about his adventures and of course, the pictures are just priceless:

This weekend we went to "dog beach" a resident created dog park in a state park up in Penfield, about 45 minutes away from us. Emmitt had such a great time playing with multiple dogs and having lots of buddies to chase him. The funniest part was when an elderly man came down to the pond with a stroller, and in it was not a grandchild but instead a kitty. All of the dogs went absolutely crazy trying to tear through the stroller to get at the cat. That is all of them but Emmitt. He continued to run circles around the others in an attempt to have a friend chase him. It was as if he was saying "Hey guys, I have lots of kitties to play with at home and there not all that much fun, so come play with ME" Everyone got a real kick out of it.













Have a great weekend everyone!!

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Puppy Waiting List

We are now accepting deposits for next spring's litter. It will be the 3rd mating of Hailey and Huntley. We expect the whelping date to be the end of April or first part of May. We accept deposits on 3 males, and 3 females and take names after that. Currently one male and one female are spoken for.



Feel free to call or send an e-mail if you would like more information

Huntley's Pedigree:


Huntley's OFA Certification:


Hailey's Pedigree:


Hailey's OFA Certification:




Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Hailey meets her puppies

Last week, the couple that bought Dottie, now Emma, came over to visit. I had visions of a nice mother/daughter reunion complete with photos and lots of play time together. Not! Luckily I had Hailey on a leash for the meeting, because she didn't take to Emma well at all. It could be due to the fact that she was in heat and her hormones are flying.....or maybe she just wasn't all that thrilled about having her back around again. Either way, I enjoyed seeing her and got lots of kisses and cuddles with her. She is a beautiful dog with very short hair and so very well trained already! Here are the only two shots that I could really get:

































Then over the past holiday weekend, we were able to go visit with Sadie, now known as Libby. I knew right from the start that Hailey might not like her very well either, but I was hopeful due to the fact that we were on her turf and because they had all of Lake Michigan as a playground. Hailey still was not real interested. She did lots of growling at her, but all the while her tail was wagging.

Once we got down to the beach, she did a little playing with Libby, but not as much as Libby would have liked. It was fun watching Libby trying so hard to get her attention, but Hailey was much more interested in fetching the tennis ball, over and over and over .....

Libby is going to look very much like Hailey. She isnt' real sure about the water yet, but that will come with time. I remember when Hailey didn't want anything to do with the water either, and now we can't keep her out of it. Libby is a sweatheart and loves to give kisses too.


















Hailey shows Libby how to do it:
















Here is a little video of the beach activities:
video


After a big day full of activity, Hailey enjoys a hearty steak bone ... a rare treat: