Raising Our Puppies!
All pups are sold with a 5 year health guarantee and the option of FULL
registration. Pups come with the normal
tails docked, dew claws
removed and updated shots
.  They also come with  AKC registration
papers,
AKC certified 3 generation pedigree, a written 5 year
health quarantee, micro chipped, 1st dose of Heartguard Plus, a
goody bag and LIFETIME SUPPORT.
 Pups are also started on
crate training, house breaking and wing training
(we can skip this
stage for those who do not hunt).  
The price of the pups helps cover the cost of the excellent care given during
the breeding process, weaning process and the training of the pups.
Our work begins before the pups are born. We make sure that both parents
receive pre-breeding health screens, receive regular vet care and are current
on all vaccinations.  Regular exercise and good nutrition ensures the health of
the parents.  Therefore the pups have a great start before they are even born.
All our pups are born and kept inside as they are like family to us.  This
ensures that they will get all the attention and care that is need.  When pups are
3-5 days old, they get their tails docked, dew claws removed and a full vet
check.  After the check-up, the pups are returned back home to mom for
cleaning, feeding and warmth.   
From 3 days of age up until the 16th day, we start the
Early Neurological
Stimulation.   
At  4  weeks of age, a blank gun is shot at a distance from the pups.   This is
non-stressful to the pups as they are still with mom.  This technique has brought
excellent results for the pups going to hunting homes. The gun shot becomes
more frequent as we are gradually moving closer to them.
We also begin the weaning process at 4 weeks.  
By 5 weeks, the pups are fully weaned from mom and are eating "Purina"
puppy chow.  At 5 weeks of age, we start the wing training, crate training and
house breaking process.  They will spend the night in the crate and return to
mom and the other pups in the morning. It is very important for the pups to still
have contact with mom until the pup goes to the new owner.  Our daily routine
consist of the following....In the morning the pup is removed from the crate and
placed outside where they will go potty.  After potty time, they will have their
breakfast.  Then they will be placed in the play area where they can play with
mom and their siblings.  While some are playing others are spending one on
one time with us in a short training session.  In the training session we will
work on retrieving objects and pointing the wing.  The next big step is lunch.  
Pups are fed first and then let out for a potty break.  Then they are returned to
the playing area for more playing and also a nap.  Then comes dinner.  Pups
are fed and let out for another potty break.  They are placed back in the play
area to play while we work one on one, on the same training lessons.  By the
time night comes, the pups are tired and ready for bed time and are placed in
their crate.   After a full night of sleeping, the pups are rested and ready for the
activities and training that are planned for them for the day.
At 6 weeks of age, the pups are taken back to the veterinarian for their first
vaccinations and de-worming.  At this time they get their second full health
screening.  The training sessions continues until the pups go home.  Some pups
are "sight pointing" by 6 weeks of age.
We ask all the new owners to keep us updated from time to time with pictures
and stories.  (You can see these pictures by checking out our "Previous Litters"
page to the left for the GSP's and right for the Weims).  Also, with any
questions or concerns they may have........Like we said before, our pups are
FAMILY!   
When you take your puppy home, it will be physically immature, but it's brain
will have attained full adult form.  Research has proved that this is the best
time in a dog's life to establish dog-human relationship.  The person who feeds
the pup will take the place of it's mother.  The attachments the puppy makes
now will permanently affect it's attitude toward accepting direction and
education.
Between weeks 7 to 12, this is the time most conducive to beginning training
and establishing a permanent relationship with his boss -- you -- the trainer.  
Simple commands can be taught in the form of games.  There is no need for
discipline, but the pup can be shown how to SIT, STAY, COME, HEEL and
even be started on a leash.
Between weeks 12 to 16, this is the time your pup will declare his
independence.  You and your pup will resolve who is the boss.  This is the
time your pup is ready to learn disciplined behavior.  Research has shown that
a dog that hasn't had human contact before it is sixteen weeks old has little
chance of becoming the type of dog we would want as a companion and it will
never develop to it's full potential.
Take the battle out of training your pup by getting it at the right time... Contact
us for more info.
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In Need of a Loving Home
Our Extended
Family
-Previous Litters
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Available
Started Dogs
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Ground shipping available call for a price.
DEPOSITS ARE NON REFUNDABLE BUT CAN BE TRANSFERRED TO ANOTHER LITTER AT ANYTIME!
                       I ASKED GOD FOR A BEST FRIEND AND HE GAVE ME A GERMAN SHORTHAIRED POINTER!
                                                                            ~LIVE~LAUGH~LOVE~
                                                                       ~FAITH~FAMILY~FRIENDS~
Air shipping of your pup is available for around $300
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Expected Breeding
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Our Extended
Family
-Previous Litters
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's
Available
Started Dogs
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                   I ASKED GOD FOR A BEST FRIEND AND HE GAVE ME A GERMAN SHORTHAIRED POINTER!
                   I ASKED GOD FOR A BEST FRIEND AND HE GAVE ME A GERMAN SHORTHAIRED POINTER!