Please fill out the form below if you're interested in reserving a puppy from a current or upcoming/planned litter:
All litters are sired by Duke.
See previous litters here.
For more information on obtaining a LFK Mountain Cur puppy, please visit our FAQ page:
Puppies are $750
A $250 deposit will be required to reserve a puppy, with the remaining $500 due at pickup.
Please fill out the Mountain Cur Form at the top of this page. We'll contact you with deposit details & wait list availability.
Find more info here: FAQs
We do not ship our puppies. Young puppies are more susceptible to various illnesses & diseases, and therefore we require our puppies to be picked up by their new owners.
Our Mountain Cur puppies are dual registered: OMCBA (Original Mountain Cur Breeders Association) & AKC Foundation Stock Service
Puppies will have tails docked by our veterinarian, de-wormed at 2, 4, 6 weeks & first round of vaccinations at 6 weeks. Pups go home at 7 weeks.
Duke is our standing stud - he will be siring all future litters.
He is a solid 55lb, blue brindle combo dog.
His pedigree includes:
We are sustainable breeder for each & every puppy that we produce. We do realize, that things happen, and life changes and you may find yourself unable to care for you puppy/dog. We WILL accept the dog back, without judgement, no matter the age of the dog.
Numerous times, I see these type of dogs put up for adoption because the owner doesn't have time/space/money to hunt them, train them, care for them, FEED them even! You're either going to make time & make the effort, or you're not. Please don't take one of our puppies if you won't make the effort to train & care for it.
You're only going to get out of a dog what you put into it.
Mountain Curs do best when they have a job to do - they are bred to hunt/work. So we prefer them for hunting homes, but we also consider active companion homes. Once they are older, they do have a good off-switch in the house, but don't expect them to always be a lazy lap dog.
They do require adequate training, socialization & exercise for them to be their best dog self. If each of these needs are met, then they absolutely make wonderful companions & we do keep ours indoors.
Mountain Curs are by nature reserved with strangers, so if you're not spending time with them daily, you're becoming a stranger & that will be a hindrance with your training.
Of course, they're hunting dogs. Some of you will keep them outdoors. That's fine as long as their needs are met daily.
If you intend to chain our dog to a tree, please don't bother contacting us.
These are the BASIC requirements for taking one of our puppies regarding their living situation:
AKC info on the Mountain Cur
Males available to reserve!
Ready July 15
Take a look around our site for more info or message us with any questions!