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UPLAND HILLS KENNEL - Washington German Shorthaired Pointer, Labrador Retriever Breeders
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About UPLAND HILLS KENNEL
Welcome to Upland Hills Kennel . Breeder of fine German Shorthair Pointers and Labrador Retrievers. Top lines and our breeding stock were Upland Guide Dogs, Tested for Genetic defects and are all sold with a 26 month guarantee from having genetic defects. All our pups will have shots at 7 weeks, tails docked and dew claws removed, 3 wormings and Microchip implanted, (Home Again System) all pups will be eligible for AKC & UKC registration.
We have 1 outstanding litter upcoming please contact us for more information.
We are members in good standing with the following organizations:
AKC, NASTRA, NAVHDA, GSPCA, PNWC Chapter of NAVHDA. HRC,UKC,CKC
We always welcome visitors by appointment, and will schedule times for those interested in one of our pups to see the Sire and Dam , feel free to contact us for more information.We would love to have you visit.
Hunting Dog Breeds Raised
German Shorthaired Pointer, Labrador Retriever
Hunting, Fishing, Lodging, Meals, Training, Stud Services, Boarding, Birds for sale
Breeder Contact Info
Brad & Julie Norman
SEQUIM, Washington 98382
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 11 years.
360-461-7583Send Email to UPLAND HILLS KENNELClick here to visit UPLAND HILLS KENNEL website
Puppies for sale
GSP PUPPIES/Family/Hunters!!!GSP Puppies,VC,MHGSP Started dogsINT CH/VC GSP PUPS ,Outstanding BreedingGSP Pups ,MH Sire/All liver Female Great Bloodlines
Submitted by: Ed Dunn on Apr 09, 2014Our GSP McCadan Kyan has been such an amazing dog, hats off to the breeders my experience has been fantastic and they are both world class acts, highly recommend to anyone looking for a GSP.
Submitted by: Lance Mefford on Oct 17, 2009I CAN’T SAY ENOUGH ABOUT UPLAND HILLS KENNELS (German Shorthaired Pointers). Julie is the breeder and she is the BEST. I have done a lot of research on local breeders (Washington, Oregon) and Julie is right up there with all the others.
When I originally contacted Julie she spent almost as much time getting to know me as I did her. She was insistent on placing the pups with the right owner. She is a wealth of knowledge on GSP’s and remains available to us whenever we need her advice.
We went to see the kennel and meet the pups at week 4 and again at week 6. She had several starter pups a pen and they all looked very healthy. We met the litter and both parents and all were very healthy and happy. Julie was gracious and showed us around the property and met the other animals. We put a deposit down and had the first pick of the males.
When we picked up “Zeus”, Julie provided us a binder with the AKC pedigree’s for both parents with pictures, registration paperwork, shot records and micro-chip and some “do’s and don’ts” for puppies. She gave the first shots with us there present and had a detailed list of all things that she has done with the puppies. Our Vet was very pleased with the care and documentation provided by Julie.
We stay in contact with Julie and she has even offered to puppy sit while we are on vacation. How cool is that? Anyway, I cannot say enough. This is a clean, professional and loving kennel and would recommend any GSP coming out of there.
Feel free to shoot me an e-mail if you need a reference .
Submitted by: Richard parks on Oct 11, 2009The gsp pup I got from upland hills is now ten months old and is doing great, julie was awesome she was more then happy for me to be able to visit the pups anytime I wanted. He loves the water and lives for hunting but is amazing with my two year old son he is an awesome guard dog but we also have never had any aggresion problems with him.
thank you for the awesome pup julie!
Submitted by: Jim Hackiewicz on Dec 03, 2007Scott,
Just thought I would give you a quick update on the pup.
He's quite likely the best dog I've ever owned for his age. At this point I
cannot imagine how he could perform better then he is.
I've only heard him bark once or twice, and not much gets me frustrated
faster then annoying and endless barking.
He does not get car sick( first dog ever for me)
He has learned not to eat or touch his food until given the Okay, that took
exactly the first day I made the effort to teach it. He would have been 8
weeks? It was the week I brought him home.
He will sit on command every time now, however sometimes just for a moment
and then he's up again, still working a bit on that.( puppy focus)
He will come to his name ":bushman" like a bolt of lightening about 80% of
the time, the 20% he does not there is usually some strong distraction.
Still working on that too, Puppy stage you know!
The best part is his strong retrieve skills. It took some rather close work
to start, but now he will retrieve the dummy as far as I can throw it,
about 50 yards. I have zip tied pheasant wings to it as well. I have been
able to get him to not only retrieve it but find it more the half the time
when I throw it into long grass and sage and he must work to find it with
his nose.He looks for a little bit then he gives up and comes back to me.
I walk over and say "wheres the bird" and he begins to hunt again. Then
when he finds it, I tell him how great he is and give him a tiny snack bit.
He also drops the bird at my feet and looks up to me for his treat( tiny
little dog rewards). Sometimes he drops it at full run about 5-7 feet from
me. I make him go back to get it and drop it at my feet or hand it to me.
He is spectacular at this for a week worth of training now. I actually feel
as if he would chase a downed Pheasant that was running. It may be a while
before he could catch one. His running skills are still not up to speed. He
would 100% try to retrieve it. I also had him retrieve a rubber dummy chest
deep into the Columbia river too. Not much fear or apprehension of water so
far. We did that right before we went home so I could get him into the
crate in my truck where is was dry and warm right away.
He sleeps on my lap while in the house, and sleeps in the crate over night.
He's the most calm natured dog I belive I have ever seen. He simply never
barks or runs wild. He stays close to me, and is simply a pleasure to be
Thanks again, this was a great deal for me to get this dog from you!