Kennedy Munsters

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Meet Our Magnificent Munsterlanders!

We purchased our first small munsterlander in 2003 and have loved the breed ever since. Previous to munsters we hunted setters, shorthairs and brittany pointers. We love our munsters because they are calm in the house and hunt for US on any type of game we choose to hunt!

We began breeding in 2013 and are cooperating breeders in the Small Munsterlander Club of America. We have received a tremendous amount of support, advice and wonderful genetics from Kris Hill at Hunting Hills Kennel. 

We hunt quail, pheasants and waterfowl in Oklahoma and Kansas. 

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Dedication To Excellence in
Small Munsterlander Breeding

We have dedicated our breeding program to specific critera. We do not breed dogs with genetic defects, epilsy markers or structural deficiencys. We follow the SMCNA breeding requirements in all our pairings. 

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Breed's Development History.

The Small Munsterlander Pointer has a rich history dating back to the 19th century in the M√ľnster region of Germany. It was developed through purposeful crossbreeding with versatile gun dog breeds such as German longhaired pointing dogs, setters, and spaniels. The breed gained recognition in 1912 when the Small Munsterlander Club was established in Germany, and a breed standard was created. The Small Munsterlander Pointer became popular due to its exceptional hunting abilities, versatility in tracking, pointing, flushing, and retrieving game, and its friendly and trainable temperament. The breed’s medium size and adaptability to different living environments also contributed to its popularity.

The Small Munsterlander Pointer has gained a loyal following of enthusiasts worldwide, thanks to dedicated 

breeders and the breed’s success in hunting competitions and recognition by major kennel clubs.

Development In USA

The Small Munsterlander Pointer was introduced to the United States in the 1970s, but initially faced challenges in gaining recognition. The formation of the Small Munsterlander Club of North America (SMCNA) in the 1990s helped promote the breed and establish standards. Over time, the breed’s population grew, and it received recognition from major kennel clubs. The Small Munsterlander Pointer’s exceptional hunting abilities and versatility contributed to its popularity. It participated and excelled in field trials and other performance events, showcasing its skills. Today, the breed continues to attract hunting enthusiasts and families seeking a versatile companion, thanks to its reputation as an excellent hunting dog with a friendly temperament.

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Our Magnificent Munsterlander Pointers

We want to provide you with a 365 day family member!

Exceptional Munsterlanders

Our Client Testimonial.

    Kellen

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    This dog is absolutly what i was looking for! Calm in the house and lots of drive in the field. He took a little longer to develop a staunch point but he is getting it done!

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            Munsters Are Not Our Whole Life, but They Make Our Life Whole