Truly great hunting dogs are an amazing thing. Ask any gun dog hunter if he had to pick taking his gun or his dog on a hunting trip and he will answer dog every time. Watching dogs course a field looking of game holds some of the fondest memories for me. From my childhood I’ve always been surrounded by gun dogs. But none as good as my brother Ryan’s dog Jade. She’s a pure bread unregistered German Wirehaired pointer. Affectionately known as the “ugly dog” due to their distinctive looks. Everyone knows that the Germans always make good stuff. And this breed has been “assembled” for field performance. Both for birds and tracking of game, these dogs truly define what it is to be a “versatile” dog. I’ve hunted with Jade several times over the years and she’s absolutely fantastic. Nothing escapes her nose. She locks on point and holds it. Even when she was a pup and we were training her with pigeons, she was a true feather fiend. She retrieves like a dream, is very obedient and loves to work for her handler.
Last year, Ryan got a phone call about another GWP. “Duke” had become the homeless victim of a divorce. My brother took him in and he quickly became a part of the family. Where Jade is full of tenacity, Duke is more laid back. He’s got the affection of a Labrador, always wanting to sit in your lap! That’s why I was really excited when I heard the news that puppies were on there way and are here now. I think the mix of these two dogs is really tremendous and the pups are gorgeous! The litter had 6 puppies all healthy and very uniform. One female is spoken (the dark liver spotted one) for so there are 4 males and 1 female still available at the time of this publication. The pups will be ready to go on March 20th. If you are interested, you can contact my brother Ryan via his Kijiji Ad. The pups are located in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. You can contact my brother at 1-306-631-6125 or via email for availability and pricing. Hunters only please.
Take a look at this short video I took of all the pups playing in their whelping pen, as well as the pics. They are wonderful pups who I know without a doubt have metric tonnes of promise, and will be fantastic gun dogs and members of the family.