Brush Dale's Killer Cute (Molly)
was born on October 29, 2014 as part of Brush Dale's K Litter
. Molly's sire is VC Lakewoods Augustine Altman (Austin)
and her dam is Gosch's Kathryn Die Jagerin (KD)
. Molly earned her Jr. Puppy International Champion and National Champion titles at an IABCA International Conformation Show on 8/16/15 and her International Champion title on 4/17/16. Molly has a very dense, soft, silky brown/white coat. She has beautiful feathering on her ears, legs and tail. Molly is one of our most well-structured, well-conformed and beautiful dogs. She has russet brown
eyes and a sweet, feminine, expressive face. Molly weighs about 45 pounds and is 50cm tall, so she is at the small-end of the Standard for the breed.
Molly is an excellent hunter with a beautiful, correct point for a Small Munsterlander. She is very steady on point and tends to hunt fairly closely and methodically. She is an excellent tracker of both furred and feathered game. Don't let Molly's calm, sweet demeanor fool you - she is extremely sharp on fur. There's nothing Molly enjoys more than taking on a raccoon.
Molly is a fantastic natural retriever. She has always retrieved everything to hand, with only positive conditioning as a puppy.
Sadly, Molly was pelleted by customers while hunting in one of our corn food plots when she was about 15 months old. She ran all the way home and since then has been gunshy. Normally we would have sold her shortly thereafter, since we could no longer use her for guided hunts, but Michelle was already too attached and Molly had everything wanted in a breeding dog.
Molly lives in the house, as do all our dogs. In the home, Molly is extremely calm, sweet, unassuming, gentle, friendly and loving. She is a real pleasure to be with. Often she'll lie next to Michelle in bed, with her head in Michelle's lap. She very much enjoys a belly rub. When you meet Molly, you'll have no clue what a relentless hunter she is. She has an on/off switch and if you want to see Molly turn on, just take her for a walk in the field.
Molly always got along very well with our Siamese cat, Cleo, and she gets along quite well with other dogs. Once properly introduced, Molly is even OK with having other dogs come into our house.
Molly was very easy to housebreak and obedience train. Although she's a very tough dog when it comes to things like hunting and killing racoons, she's needed only a soft touch in training. Negative reinforcement has never been needed. All of her training has been done using positive reinforcement techniques.
Molly always has very small litters of just 2-3 puppies. Even though there aren't many to care for, Molly is an exceptionally attentive mother. She spends all her time with her puppies, even when they are old enough to do without her. Whenever we've kept one of her puppies longer than the usual 10-12 weeks, Molly continues to dote over the puppy and will play and sleep with him/her.