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Turner Game Birds - Tennessee German Shorthaired Pointer Breeders
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About Turner Game Birds
Turner Game Birds is a pheasant and quail hunting preserve located in west TN. Our shorthairs agressive hunters and retrievers with champion bloodlines.
Hunting Dog Breeds Raised
German Shorthaired Pointer
Breeder Contact Info
653 Leighs Chapel Rd
Covington, Tennessee 38019
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 6 years.
901-619-7914Send Email to Turner Game BirdsClick here to visit Turner Game Birds website
Submitted by: Lewis Howard on Feb 09, 2014I was able to buy one of his puppies, and she proved to be the smartest dog I ever had. I train her often, but she is mostly in indoor dog. I spoke with Ted Turner to book a hunt with my pup's dame and he agreed. It was a great experience. His dogs are skilled hunters and my pup picked up the sport after the second pheasant. Ted is running a classy business.
Submitted by: Lindsay Hedin on Jul 14, 2010I have had the honor of working with Turner Game Birds, as well as, hunting behind his dogs over the years. I have guided on several game preserves and there is no doubt I would put Mr. Turner's dogs up against any dog out there. They are a joy to hunt behind and watch work. I purchased a puppy from Mr. Turner and it was a pleasure to work with him from the beginning. I have had nothing but compliments on my dog and I am looking forward to the upcoming season. If anyone is looking for a GSP, look no further then Turner Game Birds.
Lindsay J. Hedin
Submitted by: Edgar Pierce on Nov 02, 2009I had the pleasure of being in a party that hunted behind Mr. Turners dogs. They were a joy to watch work the birds...