Current & Future Litters



We do not have any pups for sale. We have litters on the ground most of the time but all of the pups are started & then tough decisions are made as to what gets sold. I usually have a good idea about how many pups I will keep out of a litter before I even breed the dogs. 

It gets tough to make the decision on what to hold on to & what to let go of because the whole litter normally turns out to be very good. The reason they do is because of all the work Larry Naylor did for over 50 years, culling hard to get it to the point that I can breed dogs & get very good results consistently. I usually make my decisions based on color, sex, or how good one’s mouth is because the hunt, brains, & handle will be real close most of the time.

I decided back in 2009 not to sell puppies any more. The reason for my decision was:

I love starting pups & turning them into young rabbit dogs.

Though they would make great pets, it would be a shame not to make them rabbit dogs due to their ability.

If I start them before I sell them, they will represent our kennel well. I look at it this way: People will judge my kennel by what they see the dogs do in the field. I would rather be judged on my training than to be judged on someone else’s training. If someone sees one of the young pups at 5-6 months old absolutely burning a rabbit up while they’re hunting with you they will say: “where did you get that pup?” & they want to get one from us but if I sold it as an unstarted puppy & it was just hanging around your feet not performing at all they would say: “where did you get that thing?” When you mention Beagles on Fire they would say: “They raise junk! I don’t need to call them for a dog.”

I know there are plenty of people who can train a beagle & get one started but I figure if I start my pups I’ll always know I haven’t sold a dog that won’t hunt because they’re hunting when they leave here. I've been getting good reports from the people who have purchased young started dogs from me so it's working well this way.

I try to live by this: " If it ain't broke don't fix it"

Breedings for 2017


Little Ann



Little Ann has been bred to Hunt. This is the same cross as Georgia bred to Hunt as they are littermate sisters. Little Ann is a very dependable dog that can be totally trusted with no collar on to run nothing but a rabbit & come back & tell on any dog who decides to run trash. She can do it all. Hunt is all out each time you take him. He will have bloody ears, tail, eyes, etc because he will be running a rabbit wherever the rabbit goes. Thick briars, swamp, across water, etc it doesn’t matter to Hunt. This should produce some very good rabbit running maniacs. Pups will be born in March & should be ready in September.


Little Ann had 10 pups on 3/17/17. She currently has 3 males & 3 females.


Every pup Little Ann has ever had was solid red





Gogetta has been bred to Poncho. This should be a great cross just like last time when I bred them. This is a daughter bred back to her sire.

Gogetta is an excellent rabbit dog. She's full of hunt & is a real go-getter thus the name. I might keep something out of this cross myself. Poncho has been a beast in the past. He’s older now & mainly gets used to start dogs with as well as to produce more rabbit dogs but he is the real deal. Pups should be here in April & ready to go around September - October.


Gogetta had 9 pups on 4/12/17. She currently has 5 males & 1 female.





Tiger has been bred to Yetti. I made this cross last year & I kept a female & named her Classy. Classy is as good of a young dog as you’ll find. Full of hunt & drive with brains & handles like a dream. I plan to keep another one out of this cross. 

Tiger & Yetti are both great rabbit dogs that anyone would be proud to own. They can get it done & will hunt from the time you drop the tail gate till you load them back up. There’s no quit! Pups will be here in April & should be ready in October.


Tiger had 10 pups on 4/23/17. She currently has 5 males & 5 females.


That’s a pile of pups





Marly has been bred to Pepper. Marly is out of Sandy & Joe. She is an awesome rabbit dog that is full of hunt & no quit. Pepper is very impressive & is throwing a ton of great dogs each time I breed him. This is Marly’s first litter. I expect this cross to be a home run. Pups will be here in April & ready to go in November.


Marly had 8 pups on 4/24/17. She currently has 6 males.


Lil Blue



Lil Blue has been bred to Pepper. This cross produced some very fine rabbit dogs last time I bred them. Lil Blue is a very determined dog that will hunt her tail off & won't quit. She jumps a lot of rabbits & is a pure joy to own.

Pepper is a super nice dog. He hustles a lot & is not only beautiful in the looks dept but he's got it all. I really am excited about this cross. Pups will be born in April & should be ready around November. 


Lil Blue had 2 pups on 4/15/17 1 male & 1 female





Brandy has been bred to Hunt. Brandy is a very fine young dog that is out of Buster & Rosie. She is ate up with hunt & is all out each time you go. Hunt is as good of a dog as you’ll find. You can’t take Hunt out without his ears, eyes, nose, tail, etc being shredded & bleeding. This cross is a first time but should produce extreme hunt & I think it will be amazing. Pups will be here in April & ready in November.


Brandy had 3 pups on 4/16/17. She currently has 1 male & 1 female.





Fire has been bred to Uga again. This cross was amazing last time. I kept a female & named her Wildfire. She’s as good as it gets in my opinion. Severl others have been asking when this cross was gonna happen again because they loved what they gor as well. Pups will we born in May & be ready in November.

Fire had 7 pups on 5/13/17. She currently has 3 males & 3 females.





Flame has been bred to Uga again. The last cross was also great. Flame & Fire are littermate sisters so both of these will be the same. Pups will be born in May & ready in November.

Flame had 5 pups on 5/12/17. She curently has 2 males.





Peach has been bred to Hunt. Hunt is really throwing some great pups. He is full of energy, hustle, & hunt. It seems to show in the pups he sires. Peach has thrown some very fine pups in the past. I believe this will be a strong cross. Pups will be here in June & ready in November - December.


Peach had 3 pups on 6/9/17.  She currently has 2 females & 1 male.





Natural has been bred to Pepper. Natural is a littermate to Lil Blue & does a great job in the field. She's named Natural because she is a natural born rabbit dog. The very 1st time she laid eyes on a rabbit at 8 weeks old she went after it like an older dog & was easy to get started. Pepper is an awesome male that is a joy to hunt with. The blood that each side of this cross is out of is a long list of straight up rabbit dogs. Pups will be here in May & ready November - December.

Natural had 8 pups on 5/21/17. She currently has 1 female.





Brownie has been bred to Awesome. I bred her to Poncho last time with great results but Poncho is not around any more so I went with Awesome. I used to breed Brownie to Buster but he is deceased as well. Buster is the sire & Rosie is the dam to Awesome. Awesome has a ton of hunt as does Brownie. I believe this cross will produce dogs with a lot of hunt & the desire & ability to drive a rabbit extremely well. Pups will be here in June & should be ready in December - January.

Brownie had 4 pups on 6/18/17. She currently has 1 female.





Dynamite has been bred to Hunt. Dynamite is as solid of an all around rabbit dog as you will find & jumps a lot of rabbits. Hunt is a tremendous dog that is always a pleasure to go to the field with. This cross should be the real deal. Pups will be here in June & ready in January.

Dynamite had 10 pups on 7/1/17. She currently has 3 males & 4 females.






Pistol had 10 pups on 7/30/17. She currently has 5 males & 3 females.






Georgia had 9 pups on 9/24/17. She currently has 3 males & 6 females.

Georgia has been bred to Hunt. This has produced some very good dogs in the past. Georgia is one of those dogs that is always gonna give you her all. She’s a dog I’ve been asked to sell several times before but I’ve never even considered her going anywhere.

Hunt is absolutely amazing & has some serious drive. He is producing some great dogs. Pups will be born in late September & should be ready in January-February.

Each year more people find out about us so the demand for dogs gets to be greater each year but I will never compromise quality for quantity. These are not dogs you find every day especially performing so well at such a young age. 

This isn't just luck! Over 50 years of selective breeding & high standards went into producing these dogs before I was fortunate enough to get my hands on the bloodline 15 years ago. 

I have taken the ball & ran with it. A lot of work & time goes into making these young dogs perform to the level that they do. I will pull no punches. My goal is simple: I am trying & hoping to show you the best young started dog you can buy. I know there are other good young dogs around but I strive to be at the top. I don't disrespect what anyone else is breeding or their training methods. I just feel like we are having great success with what we are doing so if it ain't broke why change?

If you are skeptical about young started dogs being much to hunt with read the testimonials of people who have bought some in the past & call any of the people who left their phone number on the testimonial.

I know some of you are probably thinking there's no way all of the above crosses can be that consistently good. I'll just say this, most people that come with the intention of buying just 1 young dog end up wanting more of them when they see them in person & most people come back here to make their future purchases when they want a dog. 

I always tease people by saying these dogs are like Lays potato chips…….you can't have just one.

Come check out our dogs & see for yourself what they are & know this I stake my reputaion on every dog that leaves here so I'm gonna make sure they're right before you come here to see them.

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