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Sage Brush Gun Dogs LLC - Washington Deutsch Kurzhaar, German Shorthaired Pointer Breeders
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SAGE BRUSH GUN DOGS LLC
QUALITY GERMAN SHORTHAIRED POINTERS
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FIELDMASTER'S WILHELM VOM FRITZ JH
Our breeding program is designed to produce the finest German Shorthaired Pointers possible for the family and foot hunter. We pay close attention to Temperament, Natural Ability and conformation through proven dogs in our breeding program. All of our dogs in our program are hunted on a regular basis, several are used in our Professional Guide business. We have in the past had a couple of litters bred with strong field trial background, we found that in several cases these breeding's produced dogs that were a little too much for families to handle. So in the past 18 months we have focused more on temperament, making every effort to keep that strong hunting instinct is our pups, we are having great success in accomplishing that goal.
FIELDMASTERS WILHELM & PETRA VOM FRITZ
WILD BIRD HUNTS DURING WA STATE HUNT SEASON
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WA STATE LICENSE REQUIRED FOR WILD
Hunting Dog Breeds Raised
Deutsch Kurzhaar, German Shorthaired Pointer
Hunting, Training, Boarding, Birds for sale
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Ellensburg, Washington 98926
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 15 years.
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Submitted by: Joe Floyd on Nov 16, 2014Just to let you know that Penny (Baron and Elitte's litter) has been a fantastic Hunter this season. At seven months she is hunting like she is a five year old. I couldn't be happier with her. Joe
Submitted by: Katie Morrison on Nov 07, 2014Scott,
We are so excited to announce that we had purchased a vibrant and skillful GSP named Lil from Sage Brush Gun Dogs in Sept of 2014. Lil is a registered GSP and was almost two years of age when had first met her and purchased her. Currently, Lil is now two years of age and we have had her almost two months. We can honestly say we cannot be more excited and more in love. We have taken Lil chukar hunting several times and we are proud to say that she has six chukars to her name! When we first met Lil, she already knew how to hunt, point and retrieve thanks to Sage Brush Gun Dogs and Scott!! We fell in love with her the first time we met her and we are still in love with our little girl. If in the future you have any more started GSP's, we will be returning if given the chance! Thank you again Scott for instilling all the valuable skills into Lil as a hunter. She is now able to apply these productive skills in the field and she has been successful! In addition, we wanted to thank you for taking the time to meet us on a Sunday to introduce us to Lil and allowing us to purchase her. We could not be more happy, in love and more satisfied with Lil and her capabilities. She is truly a star! Thank you Sage Brush Gun Dogs LLC!
Katie & Jason
Submitted by: Chris Jensen on Oct 20, 2014Remmi Update: Hey Scott,
Remmi has spent the last month hunting bears, mule deer and grouse with my hunting partner and I. Yesterday we got this alpine black bear. It took two shots to drop the bear, the first shot was taken from some distance so Remmi didn't get to tree or point on the bear. He was going nuts after the shot, and I have NO doubt that he would have tracked the bear had I let him. I chose to leave him leashed as I didn't want him going after a wounded bear. Once again, thanks for a great hunting and family dog!
Submitted by: Marianne Floyd on Sep 27, 2014Hi Scott,
Penny went on her first hunt today. It was really something. We had gotten some pheasant wings out the night before so she could remember the scent. When we got to the field, she started this funny little whimper we'd never heard from her before. The only thing we could conclude was that she was smelling birds. We had her on a leash until we were sure she wasn't spooked by gunfire and then we let her loose. She immediately started to work- no playing, she was all business. Joe got a hen-I think Lulu pointed that one and then retrieved it. A few minutes later, Penny had her nose down and was taking small, slow steps. A rooster popped out of the grass and ran a few feet and then flew but was in between the trees and Joe missed. It was really fun to watch her work and she seemed to really love it. She also encountered a few yellow jackets, unfortunately, but even that didn't put her off too much. She is such a fantastic dog!
Submitted by: David on Jul 18, 2014Just thought I would drop a email and let you know the female shorthair I got last August is turning out to be a fantastic hunting buddy and all around great family pet. I'm Dave the falconer that came up to look at a male you had and you offered me the female you were planning to keep. I'm currently in Prosser on contract and she is with me all day seven days a week in great shape and being a dog as I have every day to work her through her training. Puppy stages were tough but now that she is a year old most of that has gotten way better. What I needed is not typical of field trial as she points hold and flushes also retrieve downed birds from abatement work. She is working great with falconry birds and being taught to lay down close to the falcons while they are on the ground eating as protection from other predators. Attached are a few pictures.
Submitted by: O'brien on Jul 05, 2014Since I know you care so much about these dogs I wanted to update you on Neely. He's doing great weighs about 43lbs already.Such a great dog. More work than a toddler but nevertheless, couldn't be happier.
Submitted by: Chris Bacon on Jun 30, 2014Hi Scott, I just wanted to let you know that Bo is doing great. She is very sweet and mild mannered. She has such a great personality and is very fun to be around. Every where we go people complement us on how beautiful she is and how cute she is. She's very friendly! Our vet and other people have told us that she's the most beautiful representation of the breed they've ever seen. I tell them we got her from sage brush all the time. So expect a few more puppy requests. Lol. Thanks again for letting us get such a fantastic dog from you.
Submitted by: Floyd's on Jun 30, 2014Here is a picture of Sage Brush Lucky Penny (Penny) from Baron/Elitte. We had to change her name because Lulu couldn't tell the two names apart (and we couldn't keep them straight either). This was taken after a big run out at JBLM. We are crazy about this dog! Cheers!
Submitted by: Joseph A. Scribner on Jan 20, 2014Scott,
Hope this finds you well. Thought I would send a photo of the pup we bought from you a couple years back. His name “Willies Double-Ought Diesel”. He is a bit over two years old now and still a hand full. Never have used a shock collar, just a whistle and a lot of legwork. We love him to death and he is great with my 7 and 13 year old daughters. Not only a great gun dog but a best friend and a great addition to our homeland security layer of defense, as we live in the mountains and all. He has plenty of help in the field and at home with his GSP’s and English setter buddies. He has come into his own and has never taken an undeserved scolding from the other dogs. Thanks so much and god bless.
Submitted by: David Cantu on Jan 08, 2014Update from David Cantu on Willow. Finally had a chance to visit Cooke Canyon with Willow and I have to tell you that I was so impressed with her hunting ability. Thank you again for the work you did with her this summer.
She found 6 out of the 7 birds that were planted. The first 3 birds held pretty tight, but the next 4 were on the move. She tracked, pointed and retrieved. Not bad for a city dog!
If you'll have her back next summer, I'd sure love to do that again.