Ariels Kennels was established in 1994. We have 17 years of breeding and training experience!


With the new year comes a brand new website for us! We hope you enjoy the new features on the Our Dogs page, the Puppies page as well as the Started Dogs page! If you have any questions, please feel free to email us!

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German Shorthair Pointer

A versatile hunter and all-purpose gun dog, the German Shorthaired Pointer possesses keen scenting power and high intelligence. The breed is proficient with many different types of game and sport, including trailing, retrieving, and pointing pheasant, quail, grouse, waterfowl, raccoons, possum, and even deer. This breed excels as a hunting dog, house companion and running partner. The breed is typically also good with children.

Brittany

The Brittany is a medium-sized, leggy, dual-purpose dog, equally suited for sport and companionship. According to AKCĀ® Registration Statistics, it has surged in popularity in the last 50 years due to its talents as both a hunting and show dog. Originally called the Brittany Spaniel, it is now referred to simply as the Brittany, as its hunting style more closely resembles that of pointing breeds. Its dense, flat or wavy coat can be orange and white or liver and white in either clear or roan patterns.