No hips, no elbows, no eyes certifications? That should be a minimum that you are looking for in health clearances! As well, at least one parent should have been tested and clear for CNM and EIC (we ensure all of these clearances have been done on our breedings) As well, most breeders will offer a 24-26 month guarantee as this allows you to have your dogs hips checked as hips cannot be certified until your dog is 24 months old.
Are the titles in the pedigree using the "CH" title .... if so, this is a show champion and therefore not referring to any field titles. These dogs "may" hunt, but they have not proven it in the field and if she's telling you that these titles prove working performance, they are not.
Don't rush into this! That can be a hard pill to swallow when you are in the "looking for a puppy" mindset! Hang on, save a few more bucks and find a litter WITH health clearances and some field titles - FC, AFC, FTCH, AFTCH, HRCH, MHR, MH, etc in the pedigree. You want the pup to be around for a long time and be able to successfully train for hunting, so you want to start off with the best pup you can afford!
GMHR-II Dakota Creek's Royal Navigator MH
MHR Pine Acre's Dakota Sand Creek SH WCI
Dakota Creek's Royal Gem
Dakota Creek's Long Shot
Dakota Creek's Wreaking Havoc
Drake's Bay Super Duty (2004 - 2011)