Fast Track Pointers - Oregon German Shorthaired Pointer Breeders
About Fast Track Pointers
Thank you for your interest! These puppies were whelped November 25th and will be ready to go January 20th with first shots. Tails have been docked and dew claws have been removed. They will be double registered through American Kennel Club and North American Versatile Hunting Dog Association. We currently have 4 puppies left: 2 liver ticked females, 1 solid liver female with a white spot on her chest, and one solid black male with a white spot on his chest chest. All puppies are handled and played with daily. They are learning to sit and use puppy pads. Parent dog histories are great. Both parent dogs are 60lbs+ so pups should be good sized. The dam Diva is out of Ash x Byrn from Little Hunter Kennels that has a long line of great dogs. (https://littlehunterkennels.wordpress.com/) She is a very driven dog with immense natural ability and drive to work. She scored 110/112 for her NAVHDA natural ability test, has jumped at a semi-professional level for extreme air dogs, and continues to work hard every day at whatever is asked of her. The sire Cedar is from another outstanding kennel, 2V's Kennel (http://oregonshorthairs.com/our-shorthairs/boys/) and is owned by Wayne Touve. Cedar is very accomplished and is a product of excellence within the breed of German short-hairs. "Cedar received his V1 confirmation rating , has derby and AZP scores of all 4's, is tied for top score in the nation in 2015 AZP." Please feel free to visit the pages to see the many accomplishments on both sides of these pups bloodlines. Whether is hunting, competition, dock dogs, agility, show, a companion dog, a family dog, or all of the above, these puppies will be your best partner. Puppies are 6 weeks old now and available to look at if you'd like at our home in Albany. I'm willing to ship if you pay for the shipping cost. Full price is due at pick up, please email for price information.
Hunting Dog Breeds Raised
German Shorthaired Pointer
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