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Walker Kennels - South Carolina German Shorthaired Pointer Breeders
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About Walker Kennels
Walker Kennels is a small kennel dedicated to creating companions in the home and truly versatile hunters in the field.
Hunting Dog Breeds Raised
German Shorthaired Pointer
Breeder Contact Info
5235 Golden Pond Rd.
York, South Carolina 29745
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 5 years.
704-634-9145Send Email to Walker KennelsClick here to visit Walker Kennels website
Submitted by: Sully Lemmons on Mar 02, 2011no, they are marsh hens that we shot in the intercoastal waterway around
charelston. after we shot, shooter would go retrieve all the birds that
fell. he is an outstanding workhorse. I went to shoot wood ducks the last
day of the season and he retrieved four of them out of the swamp. he would
just stay sitting on a dog blind stand until i told him, "Get the Bird!". i
tried to upload the videos of him jumping in the dockdogs competition but,
the vids were too large. he won his division the first day on friday with a
jump of 15'9" and we went to practice the next morning and there were a lot
of veterans. so we decided to call it quits and wait till next year when he
has a little more experience. i have some of the videos on facebook if yall
are signed up with that, you can find me "Sully Lemmons".
Submitted by: Sully Lemmons on Feb 28, 2011hey this is sully from mt. pleasant who got male number six from yalls
>> litter a little over a year ago. Shooter has been a wonderful field,
>> home, and retrieving dog. i entered him in the South eastern wildlife expo
>> last week because he jumps pretty well. i'm gonna try to upload a couple
>> videos and pictures. let me know which ones yall get.
Submitted by: Sonya Ingram on Feb 28, 2011She is a beautiful dog and very smart too. AND She is obedient too – I don
’t want you to think she is wild and crazy. Most of her bad behavior is
out of boredom when we are gone during the day or when there are lots of
people around and the house is full of excitement. When it is just us, she
listens very well, has been easy to train, and responds to consistent
commands. However, I am sure she would benefit from Robert so I will give him a
call. We have an electric fence and although it is not on the majority of
the time, we trained her in the yard with it and she does not leave the
yard now when her collar is around her neck. She is definitely learning and
she is very well behaved when it is just the 3 of us – and excellent when
my kids (landon and kevin) are away!!! Tilda and I make a great pair!
Submitted by: Eric Beckerdite on Feb 28, 2011You can be proud of the quality of dog you are breeding
Submitted by: Justin Glidewell on Jul 16, 2010Hey Robert,
My name is Justin, I bought a puppy (Porter) from you last year. Sorry it’s been a while since I sent you any word on his well being. Figured I’d send along some pictures for you.
Hope you and yours are doing well. Send me a shout when you have another round of pups. Porter wants a brother!
Submitted by: Andrew Roscha on Jul 16, 2010Hey Guys.
Greetings from the family that bought "Vegas".
Been meaning to send photos for a while now and say thank you.
He has been an irreplaceable addition to the family.
We've been keeping him busy with lots of mountain biking, looking after the kids, and should be starting some agility course training soon.
Anyway attached are some photos from winter, just about done growing now at 60lbs.
Take care, keep in touch.
Georgia, Walker, Carolyn, and Drew
Submitted by: Amanda Honnong on Jul 16, 2010Hi Rob and Peggy,
Just checking in with an update on Tripp. We took him to the vet yesterday, he had his vaccinations, ears cleaned and was microchipped. It didn't even make him sleepy, an hour later he was ready play. He doesn't like to be shut in his crate, he whines a lot but enjoys playing in it with the door open and keeps his toys and anything else he decides is his in it. He doesn't have any accidents while sleeping in our bed, but for the 4 hours he is in his crate in the morning he has an accident. He also hasn't started letting us know when he needs to go out, so we have to pay close attention to him to prevent accidents. He has learned his name, and to come when he is called, as well as to sit and is now working on lay down. He is very attached and wants to go everywhere we go, and gets very excited to see us when we come home or are separated for a few minutes. He also enjoys playing with water bottles when he gets a hold of them, and enjoys shredding newspapers.
Have a great day,
Chris, Amanda and Tripp
Submitted by: Alexandra Gianacakes on Jul 16, 2010Mark and I wanted to wish both of you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! We couldn't be more happy with Rusty. He is growing up so fast, handsome and strong. He is truly a blessing to the both of us.
I have attached some holiday pictures of Rusty for your enjoyment.