Breeding and training our gun dogs for the field and the hunt, where they are the happiest.
The word training covers a lot of ground. At Steele Paw Kennels we will build you a training program to fit your needs.
By working with breeds that have rich history in the field and in heart, we breed dogs for the hunt as well as for the family.
The breeds we focus on are;
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We have been lucky enough to obtain amazing lines in the breeds we work with. These lines have a long lineage with renown breeders and their communities. By working alongside these breeders, we have a network to lean on whether its just information or that perfect pup.
By choosing Steele Paw Kennels, you are not just getting a pup, you are getting a lifetime of transparent and comprehensive health care and training support. From do-it-yourself vaccinations and supplements to training and handling, we are there to guide you and make recommendations we ourselves rely on for our kennel.
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If you don't see anything here, it doesn't mean we do not have a dog to re-home or that we don't have a litter coming available soon. The best way to find out is to contact us.
We have one litter of beagles available: 11/20/2020
They are tri color and up to date on shots.
Call to reserve a puppy!
The pocket beagle has a history dating back to the 15th century as a hunting dog. Primarily used for the chase of rabbits, the pocket beagles (10-15 lb) would be turned loose into thick brush to continue the pursuit when the larger hounds just wouldn't fit. Queen Elizabeth I, especially fond of them, gave the little hounds their name and even allowed these well mannered dogs on the dinner table when entertaining guests. With the queen of England letting them roam the dinner table, it should be no surprise that these little beagles are right at home in yours. Great with kids, calm and affectionate, these guys are a great family pet.
The Boykin Spaniel has a very unique history. Coming from the Carolina's in the early 1900's this dog was bred for duck hunting from narrow canoes and was coined as the dog that wouldn't rock the boat. But that's not all...this smaller (30-35 lb) dog's keen sense of smell led to it's use in blood trailing turkeys and deer in the swamp lands. Also doing well in warm weather and having great stamina, Boykins are ready for whatever you throw their way, feathers or fir. As for the family life, these dogs are great with kids and love to be involved in the family activities.
Golden Retrievers are well known, and for good reason. They are just as good with the kids at home as they are in the duck/goose blind or boat. They are gentle, intelligent and driven. No matter what you face; pheasant, duck, or UPS man, if you have one of these retrievers you're Golden.