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GERMAN SHORTHAIRED POINTER PUPPIES
LOVE CRAFT PEDIGREE KENNEL
NEW YORK
HEALTH GUARANTEE
PUPPIES WILL BE AVAILABLE TO APPROVED HOMES.
A 200.00 DOLLAR DEPOSIT WILL RESERVE A PUPPY FOR YOU.
SIRE AND DAM HIPS OFFA EXCELLENT, ELBOWS NORMAL.
CALL 716-731-3517
GSP PUPPIES
SUMMER Whelp Date 2014
LIVER & WHITE, PATCHED & TICKED
CALL 716-731-3517
Love Craft's Big Darby is the Sire
2014 CERF Normal
OFFA Hips Excellent
Elbows normal

WE ARE TAKING NEW QUESTIONAIRRES, AND DEPOSIT DOC. PLEASE FILL OUT THE FORMS TO GET ON OUR LIST FOR PUPPIES FROM LOVE CRAFT.
Greetings new puppy families,
WE HAVE PUPPIES TO APROVED HOMES. HUNTING AND COMPANION FAMILY HOMES. PLEASE CALL 716-731-3517 SHOTS AND DEWORMED.
With the increased calls inquiring in this beautiful litter, I am asking that you please forward me the deposit agreements and $200.00. I am beginning to evaluate puppies confirmation and personalities and the questionnaire that is on my website helps me get to know your families better. I strive to match each puppy to the appropriate family to insure a life of happiness with each of you. I also need to hear from each of you regarding your puppy pick up dates. I need to schedule their wellness exam before then. Puppies cannot go home before 8 weeks old. Looking forward to hearing from each of you.
Patricia Elstrodt & IAN EMES
Love Craft GSP
"LOVE CRAFT'S BIG DARBY" IS MELODIES SIBLING, CHECK OUT HER PEDIGREE TO SEE BIG DARBYS." NSTRA TOP TEN DAM AND SIRE MAD DASH . 4 YEARS RUNNING... WE ARE EXPECTING ANOTHER FINE LITTER OF POINTERS,HUNTERS, FAMILY FRIENDLY COMPANIONS...
" LOVE CRAFT'S BLUE MOON MELODIE JH" IS THE DAM OF OUR WINTER LITTER WHELPED 16TH NOV. 2013. "LOVE CRAFT'S MORPHEUS FULL MOON DREAM" IS THE SIRE. MALE AND FEMALE PUPPIES . FOR HUNTING FAMILIES.
LAST WINTERS LITTER WAS... "GCH CH ADMIRAL MAXAMILLION CGC TD" THE SIRE OF FINE GERMAN SHORTHAIRED POINTERS.
LOVE CRAFT'S PEDIGREE KENNEL

GERMAN SHORTHAIRED POINTER

LOVE CRAFT
GERMAN SHORTHAIRED POINTERS
PATRICIA ELSTRODT & IAN EMES
3012 SAUNDERS SETTLEMENT ROAD


SIR PFYZER'S MAVERICK
SR06237701
WH&LV TICKED
Sire
AUTUMN ACRES TIMBERVIEW GUNNER
SN71780304
LV&WH/TICKED
Sire
SHOOTING STARR'S SON OF A GUN MH
SM97152604
LIVER/TICKED
OFA24G
AKC
DNA#V68824
Sire
CH SHOOTING STARR'S TOP GUN MH
SF 380995
LV/TICKED
OFA24G
Dam
SHOOTING STARR'S JACK POT MH
SF500073
LV/TICKED
OFA15E
Dam
TIMBERVIEWS LIGHTNING RAWHIDE ROXY
SN25061301
WH&LV/PATCHED & TICKED
Sire
NFC FC RAWHIDES CLOWN
SF290858
WH&LV
Dam
DIERKS RUSTY'E HELGA V LUKE
SE890565
WH&LV
Dam
BATTLEFIELD MEG
AUTUMN ACRES TOSHA
SN77099501
WH&LV/TICKED
Sire
PRINCE POCHIE'S SNAKE HILL
SN51620307
LV&WH/PATCHED
Sire
SIR PEETY JOE MOXIE
SN21736305
WH&LV/PATCHED & TICKED
Dam
INDIAN HILL BRANDY
SN28233901
WH&LV/PATCHED & TICKED
Dam
BATTLEFIELD MEG
SN14440905
LV&WH/PATCHED
Sire
FC WHITE SMOKIN'MAD MAX
SF44657503
WH&LV
Dam
WRENGADE'S WALTZIN MATILDA
SM98981101
WH&LV
Dam
BABY'S GOTTA BIRDY
SN55352608
LIVER/TICKED
Sire
SLA'S BLAZING BUD
SN19338607
WH&LV/PATCHED
Sire
SONNENSCHEIN'S A BLAZE
SM87233908
LV&WH/TICKED
Sire
CH WINDJAMMER'S ROYAL ADAM
SE560651
LV&WH/TICKED
OFA28G
Dam
SONNENSCHEIN'S CAMEO IMAGE
SF332286
WH&LV
OFA28F
Dam
OBERON'S A PATTERN OF AMBER
SM76521001
LV&WH/TICKED
Sire
GRINDSTONE VALLEY'S WOLFGANG CDX
SF107704(CANADA)
LV&WH/TICKED
Dam
CH CONRAD'S SPARKLE PLENTY
SF244876
LV&WH
OFA24E
Dam
STEWARD'S BIRD-BOMB'N CHLOE
SN43736404
WH&LV/PATCHED & TICKED
Sire
RASLINE'S MOUNTAIN RANGER SH
SF511422
LV&WH
Sire
DC AFC MOESGAARDS DEEJAYS DEREK
SC943520
WH&LV
OFA26
Dam
JENS JANE VON HAAG
SE148599
LIVER ROAN
Dam
TAILFEATHERS RISING STAR
SN21421501
LV&WH/PATCHED & TICKED
Sire
RASLINE'S JACOB MH
SE604094
LV&WH/TICKED
OFA37G
Dam
BUSTERS IMPRESSIVE HOT COCO
SM89454802
BROWN TICKED


SANBORN,NY. 14132

GCH CH ADMIRAL MAXAMILLION
SR18568002
WHITE&LIVER PATCHED&TICKED
DATE WHELPED:06/06/2004
OFAGOOD
CERF37
NORMAL-CARDIOLOGIST
AKC DNA#V
490726

GRAND CHAMPION CH LILY OF THE VALLEY CGC

IS THE GRAND DAM OF THE LITTER





GRAND CH LILY OF THE VALLEY VI
SR33310703
LIVER ROAN PATCHED &TICKED
DATE WHELPED:02/26/2006
OFA46G OFEL46
CERF GSP-1756/2010-47
OPTIGEN#10-30 CD NORMAL
NORMAL-CARDIOLOGIST
AKC DNA#V490727

Judging the German Shorthaired Pointer

Photo Courtesy of German Shorthaired Pointer Club of America

Judging the GSP should be simple because the breed is not extreme and does not place emphasis on one or two specific attributes. It is first and foremost an athletic, hard working gun dog and should be considered as such when its structure and movement are being evaluated. A medium sized breed, the Shorthair should be balanced front and rear with every aspect of its structure carefully thought out for it to do the multiple jobs for which it was developed.

Temperament is utmost important for a dog to work well with people and other dogs. They should exhibit confidence, intelligence and a willingness to please. In the field they should show a keen enthusiasm for work, with assertive, bold and forward movement. Confident dogs will not exhibit nervousness, tucked tails or be shy. In the show ring look for the confident dog moving with a purpose.

Fault finding when judging potential breeding stock is non-productive both in the ring and in the whelping box; rather look for the positives, i.e. breed type and soundness when moving. As you view the whole dog, look for size, balance and proportion. Is the bone in proportion, does the headpiece fit and correct for the dog's sex? Note length of neck and legs in proportion to the body. Does it have a short firm back, correct tail set, tight feet, well let down hocks and is the dog in good condition? Underline and top line should not be parallel even on the dog that is slightly longer than tall. There should be a slight slope from the base of the tail up to the withers and the coat should feel harsh to hand.

The Head section of the Standard contains a lot of information but the GSP is not a "head" breed, rather the attributes in this section are to produce a functional head with distinctive breed type. You are not looking for planes or boxes, descriptive terms in other sporting breed standards. The stop affect is created by eyebrow placement and not within the bone structure. Every aspect of the head was carefully thought out for a breed that is to scent and locate game, work in heavy cover and to grasp, hold and carry game over distance.

Note the eye shape, color and expression in addition to the ear set that should be just above the eye level. Using your hands check the top of the reasonably broad skull for a slight roundness, it should not be domed or flat. Slide your fingers down the side of the head to feel the arched area, another area that should not be flat. The distance from the end of the nose to the foreface and from there to back of the skull should be approximately the same. Dogs lacking under jaw will lack depth of muzzle in relation to its length. Look for harmonious proportions; does the muzzle fit the skull and vice versa? Note the stop is not found within the bone structure rather an illusion created by eyebrow placement.

Photo Courtesy of German Shorthaired Pointer Club of America

The ear is set slightly above the eye, broad across the top and taper to a slightly rounded end. It should frame the face but not hug like a tied scarf, nor should it stand away or hang in folds. Lay the ear forward and without being stretched the tip should reach the corner of the mouth.

As you look at the eye, you should see a medium size almond shape with close fitting rims and lids. If it is light in color as may be the case in some young dogs, check for a dark ring at the outer edge of the iris. If there, the eye should darken as the dog ages with some taking up to two or three years to achieve the adult color. Light eyes without the dark ring will not darken with age. Some puppies will have dark iris color that will remain as they age into their adult years.

The nose should be large, dark brown and broad, as if looking at the end of a double barrel shotgun.

The correct bite is scissor with molars properly intermeshing but teeth aren't counted. Extreme over or undershot is a DQ and a muzzle that is too short or is lacking depth will affect a dog's ability to pick up and carry game over distance.

The neck tapers at the nape and widens slightly as it blends into the shoulder. There should be sufficient length of neck for the dog to pick up and retrieve game but not so long it will tire over distance. Does the shoulder blade lay back and on the rib cage blending smoothly? The upper arm should be long returning back in a compliment angle placing elbows in a support position along side the rib cage. The area just behind the elbow will be slightly smaller in circumference than a hand's width back allowing the elbow to work and stay under the dog for balance during movement.

The pro-sternum should have proper fill in older dogs. Note depth of chest, at least to the elbow and adequate length of ribcage with slight spring not width thus allowing adequate heart and lung function. The back is short and strong with a perceivable slope from the withers to the base of the tail and a perceivable rise from the bottom of the chest up and into the tuck up. Neither is exaggerated, but some dogs with level top lines or rears higher than their withers may be stacked with the rear quarter stretched well out behind to give the impression of a sloping top line.

The Standard allows for square or slightly longer than tall dog, the latter does not mean a long bodied dog with short legs. A slightly longer than tall dog will still be in proportion whereas the one with a long body with short legs will not. The term short back standing over a lot of ground is based on a well laid back shoulder blade and a complimentary forward tilt of the sacrum (pelvis) with forequarter angles matching hindquarter angles. Imagine a trapezoid superimposed on the side of the dog with the sidelines running through the middle of the shoulder blade and pelvis. The parallel lines above and below indicate the short back standing over a lot of ground.

Dogs with balanced front and rear angles will have a smooth ground covering stride with little effort expended thus allowing it to work longer while holding a firm top line. One should see extension from the shoulder, not lifting at the elbow or hackney at the pastern. The rear leg should extend behind but rear feet kicking up and the hock lifting in a piston motion creating a bicycle or paddlewheel motion out behind the body provide very little forward propulsion. Upright blades and short upper arms restrict forward reach and if set to far forward on the ribcage limit the dogs' ability to balance and transfer weight efficiently while moving

Viewed from the front one should be able to see depth of chest with slight rib spring. The legs should be parallel with the elbows back under the dog, they should not appear to originate from the same place nor should the elbows "wing" out away from the body. As the dog moves one should see clean forward movement.

Viewed from behind, the upper thigh and second thigh should be approximate in length and appropriately muscled on both the inside and out. The hock should be well let down neither turning in or out while the dog is standing or moving. As the dog comes up to speed it is desired to single track.

The tail is an extension of the spine and used as rudder for balance on both land and in the water while the dog works. Tails set too high or low because of a dropped off croup will not move efficiently and tire sooner. The length of the tail is man made and should not factor into the overall evaluation of the dog's conformation.

A GSP's feet should be tight with sufficient arch in the toes, not flat or splayed, they may be round or spoon shaped and webbed. There should be good depth of pad to cushion and protect while working long hours, over rough terrain or in areas known for sand burrs, thorny brush and rocky soil. Their nails are heavy and tough and should not be guillotined back to the end of the toe. Nails should be trimmed to a length that allows the foot traction without slipping but not so long as to cause the toes to turn sideways or the feet to spread.

There is no preference for a specific coat pattern or head marking, while you may prefer one as opposed to another please do not let that factor into your decision when evaluating structure and efficient movement. Do keep in mind light comes forward and dark recedes. You may have two dogs and or bitches with the same exact structure that may not appear that way because of their coat pattern or head marking. This is why it is important to put your hands on the dogs. The liver color may vary from very dark like bittersweet chocolate to lighter shades. The liver GSP is genetically "bb". It is important to understand regardless of darkness of color, the nose pigment will be liver and there are no black hairs intermingled with the liver color to make the ticked and roan areas look darker.

The white Piebald and extreme white Piebald coat pattern has been in the breed since the very first dog Hecktor I was registered in the German Studbook in 1879. Judges should view dogs with this coat pattern no different than their solid liver, liver patched, roan or ticked counterparts.

Judge the total package do not get caught up with a personal color or coat pattern preference. Let movement be the deciding factor if two dogs are very close in positive attributes to the Breed Standard. Always keep in mind this is a hard working gun dog bred for multiple purposes. Type and soundness should always be foremost.

DC Hillhaven's Hustler GSPCA HALL OF FAME

The following write up on Hustler was taken from "The New Complete German Shorthaired Pointer" by Robert McKowen.

"With his impressive background of all-time greats, Dual Ch. Hillhaven's Hustler was destined to earn a place in breed history. He was bred in 1978 by Dave and Jan Hill of Wisconsin and sold to Helen B. Shelly and Randal l Sime. Jan Handled Hustler to his show championship in 1982, and DAve handled him to his field Championship in 1983. After his dual championship was completed, Hustler's ownership was transferred to the Hills.

Hustler was by Hillhaven's Handsome (Hillhaven's Mark V's Mandy). In the background is perhaps the greatest concentration of GErmany's leading sire: Axel v Wasserschling through the Axel son, Peron, on both sire and dam's side of the sire and through DC Esser's CHick, another Axel son on the dam's side. Hustler's great grandsire on the sire's side is Dual Ch. Erick v. Enzstrand twice in the fourth generation and FC Uodibar's Boss man in the 5th generation. On Hustler's dam's side are NFC/FC Mark V's One Sport, NFC Blick v Shinback and Dual Ch. Kay v.d. Wildburg. His pedigree includes six Hall of Fame Members.

Hustler was a sire of the year for dual-type dogs, and many of his get went on to establish their own impressive records. He is currently the all time leading sire of Dual Type dogs with in the GSPCA and a member of the Hall of Fame as well.


elstrodt@msn.com
http://www.lovecraftgsp.com
Stud Dog

Max

SR18568002
Liver & White / Patched & Ticked
w. 6/06/2004
OFA Good
CERF37
Normal-Cardiologist
AKC DNA#V490726

StudContract

AWARDS RECORD

02/18/2007 MRS. KAREN C. WILSON BEST OF BREED/VARIETY BOB
05/19/2007 MR.NORMAN B. KENNEY BOB
05/20/2007 PETER J. MACHEN BOB
05/24/2007 KENNETH EDH BOB ~ DR,MIGUEL UMANA SPORTING GROUP 3
06/16/2007 MR.DAVID L. KITTEDGE BOB
06/30.2007 MR. GEORGE J. HEITZMAN BOB
07/01/2007 MS.CAROL S. BROWN BOB
08/24/2007 MR.ELLIOTT B. WEISS BOB
09/01/2007 MR.B. NOLAN.DALE BOB
09/02/2007 MRS. GLORIA GERINGER BOB
09/23/2007 MR.BRIAN MEYER BOB
09/29/2007 MR. MANUELO QUEIJEIRO BOB

Sire
SHOOTING STARKS COVEY RISE
SR00770503
WH&LV/PTCH&TCKED
Sire
BOWMANS SHOOTING STARRS
SN06531409
LV&WH/TCKED
Sire
CH SHOOTING STARR'S TOP GUN MH
SF380995
LV/TCKED
OFA24G
Sire
CH XCALIBUR VOM ENZSTRAND
SE087365
LV&WH/TCKED
Dam
SHOOTING COMET'S HUSTLN HAILY MH
SE536487
LV/TCKED
OFA24G
Dam
GREF'S GINGER VON MAX
SF943272
LV&WH
OFA43G
Sire
FC AFC BLUE MAX'S
SD483421
WH&LV
Dam
GREF'S GRETCH V RIDGERUNNER
SE534985
LV
OFA52G
Dam
MOAG'S GROUSEN HANNAH
SN45545810
LV&WH/PTCH&TCKED
Sire
LESTER VOM POETTSIEPEN
SN15464901
(GERMANY)
LV/TCKED
Sire
DOLF VOM WITTEKIND
DKV 1188/89
(GERMANY)
Dam
ISA VOM POETTSIEPEN
DKV0048/90
Dam
ALLIE VON BURKHART
SM84581409
WH&LV/TCKED
OFA31G
Sire
CH CROSSING CREEK'S
HOMESTEADER CD
SD380305
LV&WH/TCKED
Dam
DUKES DUTCHESS III
SH
SE725861
WH&LV
OFA30G
AKC DNA#V101686
Dam
SUMMER LADY OF LOXLEY
SN56100905
WH&LV/PTCH&TCKED
Sire
JAGERMEIFER THE GAME HUNTER
SN43676403
LV&WH/TCKED
Sire
UPLAND DRUMMERS LUCKY STAR
SM91796505
WH&LV/TCKED
Sire

ROCKIMCENT OF LAKESHORE MH
SF064633
LV&WH/TCKED
OFA26E
Dam





UPLAND DRUMMER'S ROYAL FLUSH JH
SF217186
LV&WH/TCKED
OFA38G
Dam
TAMMY OUR LOVE
SN22287807
LV&ROAN/PTCH&TCKED
Sire
FRITZ VOM SANFORD
SN05496604
WH&LV/TCKED
Dam
UPN'ADAM'S GRETAL OF YORK
SN01856303
WH&LV/TCKED
Dam
WINDSOR'S WINTER BABY
SN30882705
LV&WH/PTCH&TCKED
Sire
CHARLES WINDSOR WINTER
SM877645408
BROWN &WH/TCKED
Sire
JAKE NORTH WIND OF BRANDYWINE SH
SF752386
LV&WH/TCKED
Dam
JENNY T OF GROUSE RIDGE
SM78803501
LV&WH/TCKED
Dam
NICKIE WINTER
SF641199
BROWN&WH
Sire
OKENVA'S SCHLAG AP VOGELSANG
SF23377809
WH&LV
Dam
C'WELL'S COCO'S EASY CAM
SD715864
LV&WH

They come from a strong hunting lineage, but most importantly are bred to be well tempered family companions. They are bred from two AKC Champions with hunting titles and pedigrees to stay true to the breed standard. I would love for you to come visit us. I am located just North of Buffalo in Cambria. I have one to two litters a year. I only breed when I am looking to add something to my breeding program. This current litter was heavily researched and I used my

Grand Champion Admiral Maxamillion CGC TD. They come to you with first puppy shots, health exam and release by my vet, complete puppy packet (including health clearances on both parents and five generation pedigrees) and microchipped. Great care has gone into the breeding of these two animals to insure my puppy families many years of a happy healthy pet.
Sincerely,
Patricia Elstrodt
Lovecraft GSP
Hi,
I thought that you would like to see some recent pictures of Hunter (Jake). He loves to get out in the field. He knows where I am all the time. He quarters naturally. I use a beeper collar when we are in the field and when I give him a beep, he looks back to see what direction I'm moving then works in front of me. He is a natural. He loves getting into the pool with me. I may start working him retrieving in the water later this summer. He's my buddy. Joe

AKC GERMAN SHORTHAIRED POINTER

BREED VERSATILITY

Often one hears comments about the versatility of the GSP in relationship to its performance in agility, rally, and obedience events. Other areas of the breed's versatility include achievement of hunt-test, field-trial, and conformation titles and service in SAR, drug-search and assistance and therapy work, as well as companions.

To the developers of the breed, versatile meant the dog would hunt fur and feather and large and small game, and that he could both blood-trail and cold-track. He would stand his ground in the face of a predator animal and dispatch it upon command or hold larger game at bay until the hunter arrived. He would work in open fields and heavily wooded areas, on uneven terrain and in water. He could not only locate and point but retrieve as well.

The following is found in the standard, under "General Appearance":

The German Shorthaired Pointer is a versatile hunter, an all-purpose gun dog capable of high performance in field and water. The judgement of Shorthairs in the show ring reflects this basic characteristic.

So how does the judge determine if the Shorthair in the conformation ring is a "versatile hunter"? The answer can be found in assessing the various parts that make up the whole dog.

The breed's developers carefully considered each part of the dog's ideal conformation with the above requirements in mind. The nose is large, with well opened nostrils designed to air-scent as well as to track or trail. The shape of the dog's head and its parts, such as the eyes, were carefully considered for an animal who would be working in heavy brush, tall grass, or water or navigating through marsh reeds.

The dog must have jaw construction and bite allowing it to seize and carry game weighing up to 10 pounds, such as geese, over long distances. The powerful jaw, sufficient length and depth of muzzle, and proper bite were essential to seize and hold game or dispatch a predator.

The coat must be able to shed ice, dried mud, or burrs and not get hung up in the underbrush or pick up seed-awns. It must not be thin, soft, or porous but have enough thickness to protect against cold, dampness, and sharp underbrush, and it must resist water absorption. One German breeder compared the breed's coat to that of the seal or polar bear, with enough hair of proper length and texture to protect against cold water but also to shed ice formation.

A tail set too low or curved toward the head would not be efficient as a rudder in the water, nor would it provide balance when quartering the fields.

Thin fine bones would not serve well a dog required to work long hours over all types of terrain. For the versatile hunter to do his job, he had to be a medium sized dog with proper bone in proportion to his body. He had to have enough size to be able to stand his ground yet not be so ponderous as to tire easily.

Without the proper "wheels." A vehicle won't go anywhere for long, and the same can be said of the Shorthair's feet when it comes to the versatility in hunting. Flat, splayed feet or those with thin pads and nails would not serve any breed well, much less one who is to work for long periods of time over all types of terrain and in the water.

The GSP is more than an athlete, he is a breed developed for versatile hunting, and his standard reflects this in several places. Ė Patte Titus, San Antonio, Texas. akcgazette October 2010

DC STRADIVARIUS BAROQUE, 1/20/1988, liver,white&ticked, SF186324 DC HILLHAVEN'S HUSTLER, 9/27/1978, liver,white&ticked, SC706342 HILLHAVEN'S HANDSOME,
HILLHAVEN'S MARK V'S MANDY,
WENDY VOM ENZSTRAND, 10/8/1983, liver, SD880150 DC ESSER'S DUKE VD WILDBURG, 3/8/1973
JUTTA VOM BUGELHOF, 3/19/1979
Please fill out the puppy questionairre, and the deposit doc. on my web site:
We have found that a puppy buyer waiting list is necessary to ensure that the puppies go to friendly happy homes. Please feel free to call or write to me. I will answer all of your questions.
716-731-3517
" Dear Patricia, and Ian,
"He has fit in perfect. He's next to me on the sofa right now. The kids adore him and so does my lab. He hasn't even had a potty accident. He is absolutely perfect so far and we could not be more pleased. He will be spoiled and loved I'll have him lined up with all his vet appts next week and will keep you posted. and pics will come soon. Thanks so much and god bless! You are an asset to this amazng breed! Jill and James"

GRAND CHAMPION SIRE AND CHAMPION JH DAM HUNTERS, CANINE GOOD CITIZEN'S DNA. OFA GOOD. CD CLEAR. CERF.NORMAL. OFA HEART NORMAL.

QUALITY GUN DOGS, SHOW DOG'S, OF SELECTED BREEDING'S

German Shorthaired Pointers

AKC. NFC. Dual Champion,USA ,German,Canadian,Czech,MH'S. PEDIGREE'S I CRATE TRAIN ALL MY PUPS. A DEPOSIT OF $ 200.00 DOLLARS WILL HOLD A GSP PUP FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.CALL

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FAMILY RAISED LITTERS TWICE A YEAR elstrodt@msn.com

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STEELHEAD, SALMON, BASS...

CALL 716-799-4074

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Hunting Dog Breeds Raised
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Patricia Elstrodt & Ian Emes
3012 saunders settlement road
sanborn, New York 14132
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 37 years.
716-731-3517
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Submitted by: tracy mooney on Jan 21, 2012
Hi Patricia,
Windy,

Just wanted to tell you what a joy she is. She is so beautiful and we love her. The kids can't get out of bed fast enough in the morning and get home from school to see her! We're teaching her various commands and she's a quick learner, very focused. She loves to play in the snow and ride in Jim's truck! I'll send some pictures when I get the chance.

Regards,
Tracy
Submitted by: Mike keller on Dec 05, 2011
Thanks for the picsÖ. To me they are better than a bird in the bag Iím dropping mine off this pm for processing will forward them when done.

It was one helluva great day Ėfor me its always special to work with a young pup. You have yourself one great dog. I hope you donít mind me bragging to my Buddies about Jake.

Best part of the day was seeing your spirits lifted. If we canít get out in January then a couple of trips in the spring they say open usually through April.

These two old guys slept well last night and Chauncey was pretty slow moving this am.
Mike
Submitted by: ryan hertsall on Dec 02, 2011
Pups doing great..no accidents in the house she waits to go outside from day 1! Couldn't have asked for a better dog ! Thanks Ryan.
Submitted by: mary henningh on Apr 02, 2011
Hello Hi, I thought that Iíd send you some pictures and tell you a cute story. About 5 weeks ago, when we had about 2 feet of snow on the ground, Jake and I took a walk through some spruce trees that are behind my home. I walked under a low hanging branch and it knocked off my had and and expensive pair of glasses. I found the hat but couldnít find my glasses. Yesterday Jake and I were walking back in the spruce trees again. I started walking back to my house but Jake didnít follow me. I was on my lawn about 50 yards in front of him when he started to follow me. He had something in his mouth, my glasses. He handed them to me and there wasnít a mark on them. Heís quite a dog and a great companion.
Joe
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Submitted by: Joe on Dec 08, 2010
Pat,
He's doing great. Never a sound from him on the way back home. After I took him outside once, he comes to us to go out again. Not one accident in the house. He sleeps all night long and loves to play on the rug with me. He doesn't beg for food from the table. We have a bed for him in the family room that he absolutely loves and one in the kitchen. He is definitely a ladies man. All the women who have seen him fall in love with him. He is 12 pounds 9 ozs. He loves playing with me in the snow. We couldn't be happier. Thanks for every thing.
Joe

Submitted by: mike mckee on Dec 01, 2010
Thank you very much for staying such close contact with me. I downloaded the video of the puppies playing just outside your home. They are very cute. I know I told you, but I spent a great deal of time searching and researching breeders. I was so surprised at some of the bad reviews I read on some of the breeders. I would find the breeders website, and they seemed to be a good reputable breeder, but then I would search further and find all kinds of horror stories in independent reviews.... some clients had received puppies that were sick, some had received puppies that were not the puppies advertised... some with no paper and then were never able to get them... It was actually frightening how easy one could unknowingly pick the wrong breeder. I was very happy to see how intent you are on making sure the puppy has a good home... that got my attention right away. I also did not read even one bad review on you. That was a huge comfort to me.

Submitted by: Brian McDonald on Nov 28, 2010
Brian McDonald : Patricia is one of the top German Shorthaired Pointer breeders. She does an outstanding job of what she does best....breeding champion GSP's. She has pups available for good homes. I highly advise to visit her site!!!!

Submitted by: marylou maher on Aug 05, 2009
I'LL GIVE YOU AN UPDATE ON LITTLE LILY. SHE'S A BRAT, SPOILED ROTTEN, EVERYONE LOVES HER AND MY KIDS & GRANDKIDS HAVE LOTS OF FUN WITH HER. AND SHE LOVES ALL THE ATTENTION.
I GAVE LILY & TEDDY A BATH, THEY WERE PLAYING IN THE MUD & WERE A MESS, SO THE NEXT MORNING I WAS TAKING A SHOWER,LILY DECIDED SHE NEEDED ONE TOO. SO SHE JUMPED IN THE TUB WITH TEDDY RIGHT BEHIND HER, & I HAD BOTH OF THEM WITH ME, NOW I MAKE SURE I CLOSE THE DOOR OR I'LL HAVE COMPANY! LILY IS DOING GREAT & A PLEASURE TO HAVE AS MY PET & FRIEND, THANKS AGAIN, YOU RAISED GREAT PUPS! BEST REGARDS, MARY
Submitted by: steve kellerman on Mar 11, 2009
these puppy's are the best around.
i checked out 4 other litters last year. and found
IAN EMES pup's were more active, crate trained,
going up and down stairs, waiting at doors.
and well cared for, fed, healthy living conditions.
loving sire and dam, raising pheasants, and bob white quail to point, and hunt. a fenced in yard one acre, to run and play, and stalk the birds!ready to take for hunting training when you get them home! take the kids for a walk in the fields!
Submitted by: john peters on Mar 23, 2008
i went on a fishing charter with Ian in march 08.
we caught many different fish in the
Niagare river gorge. lower river at art.park.
his boat is well equipted. and safe.
life saving cold weather float suits.
and life vests, or belts..
it was cold and sunny. and he will stay out there untill you cry "uncle"...
a great day of fishing the niagare river.
his german shorthaired pointers are grand.
puppy's comming in 63 days...
john peters

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