Sorghum Mill Kennels - Oklahoma German Shorthaired Pointer Breeders
About Sorghum Mill Kennels
Sorghum Mill Kennels was founded in 2005. We are breeders of German Shorthaired Pointers for the walking hunter in-mind. Our dogs will excel in AKC Hunt tests, NAVHDA and NASTRA. Our dogs are trained to perform and pass Master Hunter level hunt tests.
Hunting Dog Breeds Raised
German Shorthaired Pointer
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Submitted by: Patti Ann Ridgway on Sep 25, 2013
We recently met Mark by chance. We were passing through Oklahoma and met him and his famiy while out to breakfast one morning. Mark actually got up and offered me his seat while we waited for our table. How gentlemanly is that!!!! Anyhow..... I haven't purchased a dog from Mark (yet ;-) We currently own a GSP but Mark offered to come out to our camper and took a look at our dog and share what he knows. It was a great chance meeting and when the time comes to add to our family I will be sure to call Mark.
Submitted by: Kristy Pike-Bryant on May 18, 2012
Mark and Sorgum Mill Kennels are incredible. I purchased a liver GSP in the Spring of 2011. My dog has proved to be the best GSP that I have ever owned (owned 3 now). She is very birdie, holds pretty well for a one year old (without professional training) and retrieves better than a lab.
I intend on sending her to a trainer and using her for my number one bird dog this fall.
On a personal note, my GSP is so friendly and minds every command. Runs with me off of a leash. She is so beautiful, great skin, hips, teeth....the entire package!
I can not thank Mark enough for such a wonderfully bred dog! I highly recommend Sorgum Mills Kennels.
Kristy Pike-Bryant 214-799-7453
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Submitted by: Kurt Fuller on Apr 30, 2011
I have been meaning to sent a testimonal but I have been so busy enjoying training my pup. I bought SMK FULLER'S GROUND RADAR around the beginning of March. After getting him home I was curious if he would naturally point. I have the pictures to prove that he points and does it with a lot of style.
Shortly thereafter a buddy and I were working with some older dogs and it was all by accident but we found out early that he is not gunshy at all.
I will also run drags in my back yard with a pheasant wing and it is neat to watch him get out in the yard and start working the trail to the wing.
I have also been working with him in getting in the water. I want to put him through the natural ability test and he did fairly well with getting in the water.
He also loves to play fetch and I would say that he does it just as well as an pup his age. He is coming up on 4 months now.
My point(no pun intended) is I am very pleased with my pup. I know he and I will have lots of fond memories hunting birds.