Breeding Standard


There are several Pudelpointer breed clubs around the world. All have set breed standards which must be meet by any Pudelpointer before it can be used for breeding. I applaud those breeders adhering to these strict breeding regulations. Only through honesty, dedication and hard work can the pudelpointer remain a breed of such high standards.

All Dreamwork Gun Dogs used for breeding must exceed the minimum requirements for performance and conformation set by these breed clubs. While these rules are good and are in place to ensure that the Pudelpointer future remains bright, we have set our standards higher. By setting our goals higher we are able to produce the some of finest Pudelpointers to be found anywhere in the world.

All Dreamwork Gun Dogs used for breeding, at a minimum, have prized in a NAVHDA Natural Ability test and/or a Utility test, are OFA or Penn Hip certified free of hip dysphasia, must have a coat of wire/wire, rough/wire, or wire/smooth with a rating of at least medium dense/ medium harsh. Must be free of the following genetic defects: entropic or ectropion eyelids, undecended testicles, excessive cowhock, undershot or overshot bite, gun shyness, people shyness.

Once they have met the requirements above they must prove themselves on a variety of WILD game, which includes, but is not limited to the following: Valley Quail, Mountain Quail, Dove , Chukar, Pheasant, Blue Grouse, Sage Grouse, Ducks, Geese, and Rabbits.

With these strict, self- imposed breeding requirements in place,

Dreamwork Pudelpointers will always be among the best of the best.