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We really enjoy watching your puppies grow and develop into wonderful companions. Rather than texting or emailing those updates as we have done in the past, I hope you will take the opportunity to share them on this page so that everyone can enjoy the progress of your little German shorthaired pointer. These posts and pictures serve as great testimonials for those that are trying to decide where to purchase their next puppy. Please share your pictures and stories through this simple form. All posts are manually approved and will generally be posted within a couple days.
I’ll send you more as he continues to develop. We have another dog, a blue Weimaraner and they quickly became best friends and great company to each other.
I wanted to tell you, Bazzle’s such a good boy. He’s truly perfect. He’s smart, cunning and kind. I feel like it took next to no hardship to train him. He loves to chase birds, he loves the water, he loves to run and he’s a great dog in the house as well. He’s growing up to be a very good dog.
Chukar hunting 2019 71/2 months old!
Graycie’s now 17 weeks, 22 lbs and we’re still having a blast! She’s mastered the basic 7 commands. First introduction to water, loves to swim and she’s learning to be a good passenger. We absolutely love our sweet Graycie!!!
Graycie was the runt of Tick’s litter, weighing about 3 lbs and 7oz at 7 weeks. At 10 weeks she weigh in at a little over 8lbs. She’s healthy, social, loves people and enjoys playing with her chihuahua brothers and sister. She’s very intelligent, already grasping the concept of fetching and dropping. She’s almost potty trained. :). Doggie doors works wonders! Today, we’re on our first road trip to purchase a side by side. Fun times to come with Graycie!
Fig at 2.5 months back in September
Madison’s first pheasant
Olaf and I have been enjoying our first season chasing birds. He’s getting the hang of wild birds pretty quick, can’t expect much more.
Violet is now 6 months old and is the most wonderful puppy I could have ever asked for. She has been such a joy to have in my life and has become a well-loved member of our family!
We had a slight hiccup when she was 9 weeks old that resulted in a broken back leg. Our vet was absolutely amazing, and every time she had a splint change they did a new fun design (hearts, butterflies, bumblebees, caterpillars). After 4 weeks in a splint and in the cone of shame, she was all healed up (although she didn’t really let the splint slow her down)
I’ve attached some pictures of her from the last few months! Huge thank you to Derrick for being so helpful and for providing such wonderful companions. We cannot wait until we are ready to add another German Shorthair to our family. 🙂