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Blue Sage Gun Dogs - Idaho German Wirehaired Pointer Breeders
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About Blue Sage Gun Dogs
We focus on breeding Gun Dogs that excell in versatility and it is our goal to match our new puppy owners with a dog that will hunt with the utmost desire. Realizing that most puppies we sell need to be a loving member of the family we go to great lengths to socialize our puppies to love people and expose them to many situations before placing them in their new home. German Wirehaired pointers have a unique personality that make them entertaining pets and exceptional hunters. Our dogs track back to some of the best bloodlines available and we continue to strive to improve upon this genetic background. We believe in breeding dogs that are proven and have the natural ability, durability and intelligence to handle the rigors of becoming a true Versatile Hunting Dog. We are very selective in our breeding decisions and for this reason we are part of the German Wirehaired Alliance. GWA is an organization committed to upholding the utmost breeding and performance standards for GWP's. (see link below to learn more)
We are now taking deposits for our spring 2013 puppies. Please call for additional details or to put a deposit on a puppy- 208-880-8314
Hunting Dog Breeds Raised
German Wirehaired Pointer
Breeder Contact Info
Emmett, Idaho 83617
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 8 years.
208-323-6531Send Email to Blue Sage Gun DogsClick here to visit Blue Sage Gun Dogs website
Puppies for sale
ARINGO OF BLUE SAGE NA 112 I VHDF HAE 67
Axel v. den drei Teufeln VJP 69
Bone Point's Nova
Elka V. Den Drei teufeln VHDF AHAE 188
Submitted by: Vane on May 07, 2013another update on Boss- out of Elka and Axle-
Boss and I just finished our 1st NAVHDA NA test where Boss had a perfect 112 prize 1 score!
That perfect score would never of happened without Boss's good bloodlines and Sage's help and guidance
in getting us both ready for the test
Submitted by: Mike Mathews on Dec 15, 2012Happy to post a testimonial about Blue Sage Gun Dogs.
I purchased two male pups from Sage (Elka & Quikie) in May of 2011. We got the first pup taken, a male that we call AReck and the last pup taken, a male that we call RFree. It's either a shot a my ability to recognize good pups or a indicator that all the pups in this litter were excellent because RFree is every bit the dog AReck is. Both did well in their first test with RFree scoring a total of 69 on the VHDF HAE.
I've hunted both for two years now. They've been over many birds. They are both good athletes, hunt to the front within range point and hold birds. Both cross water with no problem. Both are collar conditioned and they have completed their yard training which we've taken to the field. They are good in the yard and have become fine members of our family. Training resumes right after the beginning of the year (2012) and I expect to finish them by the spring.
Finally, I can tell you that my association with Sage has been top notch. If you purchase a pup from him you'll get good breeding and make a friend as well.
Submitted by: Sean Kyle on Nov 30, 2012I got a male out of Elka and Axel last June and he is turning into a super dog. He has super prey drive and potential for both upland and waterfowl, a spectacular nose, a tight coat, tough feet, and excellent confirmation. At 8 months he's been out on quail, pheasants, prairie chickens, ducks, geese, and Sandhill cranes (only the ones that are dead as a hammer). Can't adequately describe how happy I am with this dog. He's running his first puppy trials tomorrow and I expect to run him in both NAVDHA in the spring and NSTRA in the fall. He's a house dog and my wife and kindergarten age daughter love him. I had a great experience with Sage, too. He picked the pup for me. I was initially nervous about that, but he took the time to talk with me extensively about what I was looking for in a dog and assured me that his 7 weeks with the litter would be much more telling than the hour I might have with them. He was right. If you want a quality wirehair, I would highly recommend Blue Sage.
Submitted by: Vane Dickey on Nov 29, 2012Hey Sage,
Just to give you an update on Boss- it seems like just a few days ago we were talking about how to get him to honor and point! Well, we are way past that now!
I took him pheasant hunting first for 3 days but he didn't do much [he did point a hen for a few seconds] but I got to watch him operate and could see that he has a pretty good nose- he did a lot of trailing with the other dogs and a few times when they would stop and point, Boss would keep trailing and jump the bird- but I worked on that and by the end of the trip he was getting the hang of it all and was learning to back the other dogs- he also retrieved the roosters I shot after the dogs would bring them to me- I would throw them for Boss and he brought them back to hand every time with no problems- I did keep the older dogs back a couple of times when I had a rooster down and let Boss figure it out. It was fun watching him deal with fences and cows!
Then a couple of days later I went over chukar hunting for a couple days. He didn't do much the 1st day- it seemed like he was never in the right spot at the right time but he got to be around some good points and started to honor with style. He spent more time walking by me than I would of liked [ he did this pheasant hunting also but the country I was hunting was really thick and he was not used to that] He just did not know what was going on yet and did not have the confidence that he does now. Thinking back on it- he was probably getting tired as well as this is all new to him!
The 2nd day he pointed a chukar and 2 different quail by himself, I got lucky and shot each of them and he retrieved them just like a veteran-he didn't mark them very good but he got the job done and got lots of praise! He also got more confidence and started to cover more country and he acted like he really enjoyed his job!
Today hunting snipe around here with him by himself, he pointed 2 different snipe and looked good doing it. He held his point for as long as it took me to get to him, let me walk out in front of him and jump the birds.
He is learning more everyday now and is gaining more confidence, hunting hard covering lots of country [almost too much] I have to reel him in sometimes [ he responds to the tone on the collar for coming to me, and also when I tone him when he sees the other dogs are on point he stops and honors them] he is really learning to use his nose now and we are at the point where it is fun to get him out and watch him put it all together.
There is no doubt in my mind that I when I take him chukar hunting next trip and hunt him by himself- he will get the job done! I think that is good start for a pup that is under 8 months old!
Thanks for all your help and guidance Sage!
Submitted by: Denise Henson on Nov 28, 2012Our experience with this breeder has been excellent. The kennel is clean, dogs and puppies all healthy. The puppy we purchased has been easy to train, has an excellent disposition. She is showing a strong natural hunting desire. She is an excellent family dog as well with a pleasing personality. Our trainer was very impressed with her when he did the initial evaluation. She is willing to please and has shown no signs of stubbornness. Passed her gun test and is a bold retriever. Very happy with our pup from Blue Sage Gun Dogs.