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MJB 01-29-2018 4:29 PM

GSP puppies 4 weeks old
 
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My buddy has several pups available they are papered he owns the parents. I hunt with his dogs both great hunters one or both are VC in NAVHDA.

Anyways they are available he's in Temecula. Pm for his number they are 1k

MJB 01-29-2018 4:31 PM

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NickTheGreek 01-30-2018 6:38 AM

Damn it MJB you are gonna make my buy another dog. Stop it. :D

HighWildFree 01-30-2018 12:44 PM

Can GSPs waterfowl hunt as well? Or just upland game?

NickTheGreek 01-30-2018 12:45 PM

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Originally Posted by HighWildFree (Post 21220681)
Can GSPs waterfowl hunt as well? Or just upland game?

Yup, I've seen a few guys post pics of their GSPs hunting waterfowl. But from what I understand they aren't as physically adapted to cold water.

Skip_Dog 01-30-2018 1:59 PM

Yes. But I have yet to see one that is great at both. They do great in one or the other.

MJB 01-30-2018 5:14 PM

His dogs do both very well infact NAVHDA as a VC dog must be steady on the shot and do a big pond search.

Beau, the male is known for finding everyone's dead ducks and a few live ones. It's all what you put into them when they're young. But yeah it's not a lab if your a duck only guy.

Mesa Defense 01-30-2018 6:26 PM

Damn, those are great looking pups....

HighWildFree 01-31-2018 11:29 AM

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Originally Posted by NickTheGreek (Post 21220685)
Yup, I've seen a few guys post pics of their GSPs hunting waterfowl. But from what I understand they aren't as physically adapted to cold water.

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Originally Posted by Skip_Dog (Post 21220948)
Yes. But I have yet to see one that is great at both. They do great in one or the other.

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Originally Posted by MJB (Post 21221686)
His dogs do both very well infact NAVHDA as a VC dog must be steady on the shot and do a big pond search.

Beau, the male is known for finding everyone's dead ducks and a few live ones. It's all what you put into them when they're young. But yeah it's not a lab if your a duck only guy.

Thanks for the info. I would prefer a lab, as I donít quail hunt that often. But also something on the smaller side would be great. Which is what lead me to the GSPs.

britlab 01-31-2018 2:41 PM

While upland dogs can hunt waterfowl the trick is getting them to sit still. I breed and train labs and springers and the springers can be difficult in the blind at times. Highwildfree sent you a pm just sent my British lab back east to be breed

MJB 01-31-2018 3:56 PM

High, don't forget their are three type of body sized labs. Theirs the English lab which is smaller than the American lab with it's big block head and a 100lbs dog.
Then theirs some guys breeding a slimmer lab that's a field trial labs size.

All three have pros & cons do your research and you'll be a happier hunter.

NickTheGreek 01-31-2018 6:03 PM

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Originally Posted by MJB (Post 21225869)
High, don't forget their are three type of body sized labs. Theirs the English lab which is smaller than the American lab with it's big block head and a 100lbs dog.
Then theirs some guys breeding a slimmer lab that's a field trial labs size.

All three have pros & cons do your research and you'll be a happier hunter.

Yup, my male is 60lbs when lean, and around 65lbs+ when bulked up in season. My younger female is 55lbs. Waiting on their genetic tests to come back, if everything checks out I'll be having a litter with them in a year. Hoping for pups that end up in the middle of the two when they are adults.

Some guys really like their 90-110lb labs. Nothing against them, just not for me. Something about those smaller labs man, their drive seems to be totally different. Plus, easier to pick up and they don't kill you when they jump on you on the couch. :D

One of these days I'll cave and get a GSP. They are just awesome dogs all around. Something about them. I just don't know anything about training pointers so I'd probably have to set aside around $5,000 to get him trained by someone who knows what they are doing.

britlab 01-31-2018 7:16 PM

their are 3 types of lab British labs that I breed are out of field trial stock imported from Britain, Ireland and Scottland. British labs are smaller 50- 65lbs calmer and excellent bird dogs. English style are American show dogs. American field labs taller and tend to be more High strung.

MJB 01-31-2018 8:12 PM

Back to the pups.....that need a hunting home!

You English lab/duck guys are crazy......

Bull Elk 01-31-2018 8:16 PM

Your keeping the puppies for another 4 weeks....right?

MJB 01-31-2018 8:21 PM

REALLY?

MJB 02-15-2018 5:28 PM

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MJB 02-15-2018 5:29 PM

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MJB 02-18-2018 12:20 PM

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MJB 03-03-2018 6:32 AM

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NickTheGreek 03-03-2018 9:24 AM

You're killing me MJB. :p

ghostrider 04-02-2018 11:15 AM

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You're killing me MJB. :p

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MJB 04-02-2018 6:21 PM

All gone

tomrkba 04-02-2018 6:39 PM

I read that as “German Shepard Puppies” and thought they looked a bit weird.


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