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English Pointer, German Shorthaired Pointer
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Po Box 308
Franklin Lakes, New Jersey 07417
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Submitted by: Russ & Sam on Oct 02, 2012Gabby is 9 months old now and we couldn't be happier with her. She is the sweetest thing in the world. She is mostly just a family dog, but we have done a little bit of hunting with her. Without much training we were able to send her out in a field trial. She found 3 quail much to our surprise. She definitely has a nose for birds. Training her has been easy as she picks things up very quickly. We've had her off leash for a couple of months now without a problem. We send her to day care once or twice a week and she does very well with the other dogs. Since we live in the city we weren't so sure about having a dog in our small condo, but Gabby has been awesome. We're both very active, so providing her the appropriate amount of exercise has not been a problem. She is a great running parter(except when the birds are around) haha. She's stops short right into a point in the middle of the run. It's what she was bread to do, so we don't mind. In a very short time Gabby has become a part of our family that we couldn't imagine being without. Garry is an excellent breader. I would recommend his pups to anyone. Thanks Garry!
Submitted by: Todd Kole on Jan 04, 2012Garry,
Yesterday was Lily's first pheasant hunt outside of her training at Indian Creek Kennels so I thought I'd drop you a note to let you know how impressed I was. As you know, Lily isn't even 9 months old so I wasn't sure what to expect. I couldn't have been more impressed! I left her in the car at first and started the hunt with my 2.5 year old Pointer from Indian Creek, Bella. Bella pointed 5 pheasants, we shot 4 and she retrieved all 4. I put Bella back in the car, and gave it a try with Lily. Right from the beginning, I was amazed how fast she was and how intent she was in looking for birds. She is still so young and playful, I didn't know how seriously she'd hunt when out in the field but it was as if someone flipped the hunting switch on. She hunted like she had a few years of experience under her belt. Her speed was amazing, she held her head high and she tore through the heavy cover. I didn't even need to use the e-collar as she stayed within range at all times and she listened when I called her. After about 5 minutes, she put the brakes on and locked on point for her first pheasant. She didn't creep at all, she held for well over a minute as I flushed the hen. We made a good shot and the bird tumbled to the ground. I was so excited to watch Lily tackle the pheasant and pick up the entire bird in her mouth. She brought it right to me and dropped it at my feet - a natural retriever!! Lily proceeded to point another 5 birds over the next 30 minutes. Her tail was poker straight on each one and, again, not once did she break point. She held point each time and she retrieved every bird we shot! I was impressed when I bought my first dog, Bella, from you but I have to say I'm even more impressed with this one. I couldn't be happier to have 2 beautiful English Pointers. There isn't another dog I have come across with a better nose, better drive, or better pointing/retrieving skills than Bella/Lily. I would hunt my 9 month old puppy ahead of any seasoned, non-Indian Creek dog out there. What makes things absolutely perfect is the dogs couldn't make better pets. They are not one bit hyper; they love living indoors and all three of my kids adore them. Thank you for raising such awesome dogs.
Submitted by: Mike Carbonaro on Jan 04, 2012Congrats on your wins over the weekend! I just wanted to touch base with you and give you an update on Quinn....she has been absolutely fantastic so far, from the minute she came home she adjusted very well and has been a couch potato at home, sleeping on the couch during the day and in the bed next to my wife all night. She is extremely calm, docile, and doesn't jump, bark, etc. She is exactly what I was looking for, she is a sweetheart and by far the calmest dog in the house I have ever seen. I talked to a friend of mine who belongs to a club in Blairstown and they stock pheasants every week, so I think I am going to head over to the club this week.
Submitted by: Thor on Dec 16, 2011When I walked into Garry's kennel it was very clean and the first thing I noticed was that all of his pointers were calm. I'd been to other kennels where the dogs were barking, jumping around and acting like nervous wrecks, this was not the case with Garry's dogs.
Garry spent a few hours working different finished dogs and young dogs for me. I was more than impressed, everything he told me over the phone he backed up in the field with his string of dogs.
I bought a pup out of Indian Creek Whitesnake. At 3 months I put him on some liberated quail. The very first bird he got scent of he locked up into a solid point with a 12 O'Clock tail. He has tremendous drive in the field but as soon as he comes in the house he has an "off" switch and is very calm. I couldn't be happier with my pup.
Submitted by: Gary Funck on Sep 01, 2011Garry: I received the Field Dog Stub Book registration for Winnie, the puppy that was born March 28, 2011. She was bred from WhiteSnake and Speedqueen. She is doing great and she fits into our family well.
I am working on basic obedience. She enjoys retrieving a training dummy and her favorite orange ball.
Today, Tuesday, August 30 she did her first real field work on live quail and chukars. She found a live quail that we planted. We started working on tracking, find the down bird. She really enjoyed the retrieving of a dead quail and chukar that we also used during the training.
Submitted by: Brian Tiffany on Sep 01, 2011Hi Gary,
Just wanted to say thanks for giving my an opportunity to own one of these pups. She might very well be the nicest pup I've purchased in a long time. Like with any of them, only time will tell?
Submitted by: Tim Cavanaugh on Aug 30, 2011My son and I spent a day last week at Garry Malzone's Indian creek kennels. We were treated to a display of some of the classiest going puppies and derbies aged dogs that I've seen in along time. But with well over 300 acres of fields, scattered objectives,crop lands,hedgerows that go on and on, birds that fly like rockets and all tools and equipment train dogs right. Its know wonder these young dogs are so advanced for their age. But the real highlight was the 9 Indian creek Lizzy x Lester's Snowatch pups , alll are high tailed and perfect. Which Im proud to say one will be in my kennel in a few weeks. I was so blown away that I forgot to take pictures to post. Garry's breeding program and facilities are second to none, if you get a chance to visit don't pass it up!
Submitted by: Bobby Gallipoli on Aug 30, 2011Our English Pointer,Chili,was born on October 18,2011. She is the pup of Indian Creek Champions,Shine and Lizzy. We learned about a breeder by the name of Gary Malzone through a friend. Instantly,upon meeting Gary you could see his love,devotion and pride that he has for his dogs. We are from a family of hunters and it was our dream to hunt with our own pointer. When we brought Chili home at 10 weeks old we immediately became so attached. Her demeanor is playful but calm... and she doesn't ever bark! What a great dog! We love her! About 10 months of age we brought her back to Gary for her bird training. In only 4 weeks she was pointing birds in the extreme heat of the day and loving every minute of it! Gary assured us that she will be a "hunting machine". With frequent visits we were able to observe her in action. It was truly amazing! We can't wait to hunt over her!
Submitted by: Art Jacobs on Aug 30, 2011Just wanted to say thanks again for training my German Shorthair Lucy. She's a different dog!
I'd really like to say though for anyone looking for a great bird dog, look no farther than Indian Creek. The pups and adults are amazing. I saw a five month old pup with just genetic instinct find a bird and hold a point like a champ! It was amazing.
Gary really has a touch with the dogs.
I'll be getting my next dog from Indian Creek!
Thanks again Gary,
Submitted by: Nancy Sommer on Jun 13, 2011Hey Garry - We just wanted to write you about how wonderful Potter is doing! He quickly adjusted to our home and is so smart and sweet! You know we love GSPs after sharing eleven wonderful years with our sweet Barney. While we were excited to get another puppy, after so long with Barney we weren't sure what to expect. Potter is just a love. He's so smart and is quickly getting housebroken. he listens well, is affectionate and very gentle with our 4 year old son, Will. Friends and family are just amazed at how great he is and now want puppies of their own from future Indian Creek litters!
Thanks for everything Garry. We look forward to continuing to keep in touch and train with you as Potter develops into not just a companion but great hunting partner for John.
Nancy, John, Will and Potter