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Godfather Gundogs - Colorado American Brittany, English Pointer Breeders
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About Godfather Gundogs
Where Superior Bird dogs Are Born and Legendary Champions Are Made
Godfather Gundogs is dedicated in breeding and developing bird dogs for avid foot hunters and field trial competitors, we are experts in solving problems of all pointing breed and accomplished in training dogs require special attentions.
Steve Chang, owner and trainer of Godfather Gundogs is a well respected professional hunting dog trainer with over 450 awards and field trial placements in both pointing and retrieving breeds, his gentle hands approach makes him one of the most demanded professionals in the business. Godfather Gundogs also breed a supreme line of field Brittany and English Pointers, Our breeding programs are structured to produce dogs overflow in natural ability, great conformations and possess refinements of classy hunting dog. These pups are direct descendants of most elite AKC, FDSB or NSTRA field trail contenders. In addition, a selected few started and finished hunting dogs are offered to the discriminating sportsman, finished dogs are well polished on wild birds complete with manners to impress. Please stop in or give Steve a call, He loves to talk bird dogs.
Hunting Dog Breeds Raised
American Brittany, English Pointer
Hunting, Training, Stud Services, Boarding, Birds for sale
Breeder Contact Info
42130 County Road 29
Elizabeth, Colorado 80107
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 20 years.
303-549-5168Send Email to Godfather GundogsClick here to visit Godfather Gundogs website
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Submitted by: Ron Towery on Oct 13, 2014We bought a started dog from Steve in 2013 and he turned out to be the most superb bird dog.
We had our local trainer Sheldon Twer of Oakdale CA to help us for his preseason tuneup. Sheldon and his wife are also thoroughly impressed with our dog, he told me in his 20 years of dog training, Kilo by far is one of the most talented Brittany he ever came across.
Thank you so much for offering such a great dog and anyone that wants reference please call me at 209-401-3933 - Thank you, Ron
Submitted by: Hayden and Lisa Fleck on Jul 15, 2014It was a real pleasure to meeting you and your intelligent dogs. We are active in the Safari Club Itnl for over 25 years and have know and worked with many trainers over the years and couldn't have been more impressed with your style and knowledge.. In my opinion,you are the best. It is quiet obvious how deeply you care for your dogs & how much they love and respect you. Thank you for the opportunity to see you at work, you truly are first class.
Submitted by: Tony Shurts on Jan 29, 2013Steve,
I would like you to know the dogs are doing great. Bebe now dances in circles of excitement when we go out to retrieve. JJ absolutely loves to retrieve now. Anything I throw he fetches, at time he still show some resistance of feathers in his mouth but he is getting over it. Both dogs have changed in their temperaments and are so much more attentive, especially Bebe. Thanks for everything. Hope all is well with you and your family in 2013. Warm personal regards. Tony
Submitted by: George Eberle on Dec 16, 2012I was part of a pheasant hunt this weekend with proceeds going to the Wounded Warriors Project. One of the guys there was a guy that has bred, trained and tested dogs for several decades. He is quite active in NAVHDA at the national level. After observing my Elle find, point, retrieve and trail wounded birds on Saturday he told me that I had the finest Brittany he had ever seen in the field. I thought that was pretty darn good coming from someone like him. George Eberle
I'll tell you Steve, I could not be happier with this dog I bought from you. She is everything and more than I had hoped for. The most loving pet you could ask for, a super hunting dog and becoming an excellent NSTRA trial dog. I can't wait for this next spring's trial season.
Submitted by: John Kellner on Nov 08, 2012
Thought I would drop you a line to let you know how pleased I have been with Zack, who you shipped to me here in Vermont nearly a year and a half ago (hard to believe).
As you promised, he is a very nice hunting dog. I had worried that he might have a hard time adjusting to the birds we hunt here (very skittish roughed grouse and woodcock), and our grouse in particular are tough for many dogs to handle, but it didn't take him long at all to figure them out. Good smarts, good nose.
I have probably had him out hunting 15 days this season (many more last season), so he certainly gets a fair amount of down time, and he loves it.
He is also a very sweet animal, and my wife and kids adore him (he lives in the house), and he gets on well with my other dogs.
All told, I have been very pleased, and just wanted to let you and every one know.
I hope things are all good,
Submitted by: Cory on Oct 03, 2012We had our 8 month old lab trained by Steve. Steve is very good at when he does. Bear came back a full fledge hunting machine. Steve's facilaties are very clean and he wants you to come particapate in the training.
I can not thank him enough for waht he did for our dog.
Submitted by: Kristin on May 21, 2012About a year ago we purchased a male from a breeder in Minnesota. Your dog “Bugsy” was the stud. Just want you to know that our Sam is an awesome dog. My husband took him out to South Dakota on his first hunt and he was a champ. He hunted with our older Brit and a few labs, he was a winner!
Just wanted you to know we love him and are definitely looking at your bloodlines for our next Brit. We were thinking of stopping by in June. We will be out for a wedding but don’t know if we have the time yet. Will let you know if we do.
Bridge Creek, Wisconsin
Submitted by: Scott Elkins on Dec 19, 2011I wish I have a way to post this picture and let you know how Leo is doing. I have taken him out about 4 times so far this year. The last time out he figured this game of pheasant hunting out and I got my CO limit. He has been doing really great on birds. He finds just about every bird in the field now. The training has really paid off and he is discipline. He hunts in the field like a machine right now. He is turning out to be a great bird dog and this is only his first year. I can't wait to get him finished up after the season comes to an end. Thanks for bringing him along with your training.
Scott Elkins firstname.lastname@example.org
Submitted by: email@example.com on Dec 13, 2011I just wanted to give every one an update on Jager. Even though the season has just got started, I have hunted him pretty hard so far on several trips. He has done a great job putting me right in the middle of wild birds on public lands every time. Every time we go out, we both learn something new about each other and we are having a fun time doing it. I wanted to let you know you did an awesome job with him teaching him how to use his natural instincts in the field.
Thanks again. Jager got an assortment of birds on this trip, quail, ducks and pheasant (all wild birds on public land). We were home by noon on that day.
Submitted by: RON TAYLOR on Nov 17, 2011Hello Steve, Just a quick update on Finley. just got back from Kansas and Finley did spectacular, hit and held and retrieved beyond expectations. We had 7 other dogs of all breeds and he out hunted them all even with most having alot more birds under them, also need to add he is a true gentleman and a great friend and companion. THANKS FOR THE WONDERFUL FRIEND!! RON TAYLOR