Flashy GSPs, Twelve O'Clock Tails - German Shorthaired Pointers in Shapleigh, Maine - Marshfield Kennel

Why wait until spring for a pup? Although spring pups are fairly traditional in New England, they have several drawbacks. First, what if your breeder fails to produce a litter? Happens all the time. Second your young hunting companion will be, well, young next fall. With a fall pup, you can get your obedience foundation work done over the winter indoors and be ready to start field training as soon as the snow has melted. By next fall you can have a dog actually ready to hunt rather than a pup who is happy to run around in the woods, so long as he doesn't stray too far from you. We are very excited to announce the arrival of our first litter of puppies out of Gretchen aka DRK's IMA Redneck Woman sired by our own Marshfield's Brutus. This breeding combines generations of NAVHDA tested stock on the sire's side with generations of Field Tested and AKC Hunt tested stock on the dam's side. We expect these to be biddable puppies with both high drive and high reliability in the field. Both Gretchen and Brutus are excellent hunting dogs for a walking bird hunter. Both hunt close in the woods with the ability to cover ground in the open field. Pedigree available. Currently seeking *hunting* homes.
Ad location: Shapleigh, Maine
Ad created: Sep 18, 2012

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