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Wirehaired Pointing Griffon puppies,FS

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by pikepoola1racer, May 24, 2012.

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  1. pikepoola1racer

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    Wirehaired Pointing Griffons, 4 1/2 weeks old, 3 males and 3 females, they are located in Montana, get the best breed and get all the phesants. Your wife will say this is the best house dog we have ever had,how come you only bought one.
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    lol

    I would like to hear that recording "why did you buy only one"

    Please play it

    Regards from Iowa

    Gene

    PS I have hunted over a couple of these that were good dogs and one did very well retrieving ducks also as well as upland- the ones I hunted over belonged to a guy that gets his from the sanctioned US breed club of America
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    lets see the sire and dam pictures please
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    I am not a dog trainer. All I did was introduce them to birds, and they did the pointing and retrieving naturally. The pic. of the 3 pheasants are 3 birds that my female pointed out that my buddies well seasoned dogs ran right by. My male was not there that day but he can point and retrieve just as well as my female. They do a great job also retrieving geese.
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    I had to put my 5 year old Drahthaar down a few months ago. Liver cancer. If I lived closer, it would be tempting.
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    Where in Montana are you located?

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    I'm in Great Falls, MT
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    Wirehaired Pointing Griffons, 4 1/2 weeks old, 3 males and 3 females, they are located in Montana, get the best breed and get all the phesants. Your wife will say this is the best house dog we have ever had,how come you only bought one.
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    lol

    I would like to hear that recording "why did you buy only one"

    Please play it

    Regards from Iowa

    Gene

    PS I have hunted over a couple of these that were good dogs and one did very well retrieving ducks also as well as upland- the ones I hunted over belonged to a guy that gets his from the sanctioned US breed club of America
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    lets see the sire and dam pictures please
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    I am not a dog trainer. All I did was introduce them to birds, and they did the pointing and retrieving naturally. The pic. of the 3 pheasants are 3 birds that my female pointed out that my buddies well seasoned dogs ran right by. My male was not there that day but he can point and retrieve just as well as my female. They do a great job also retrieving geese.
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    I had to put my 5 year old Drahthaar down a few months ago. Liver cancer. If I lived closer, it would be tempting.
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    Where in Montana are you located?

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    I'm in Great Falls, MT
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    Great pair. I can tell by the look in their eys is to please and hunt hard. Wild Bill
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    How much are you asking for them? Thanks, Bob W.
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    I have run English Pointers, setters, and Springers for a lifetime. However, after six years with a Wirehair, I will have no other dog.
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    I have a two year old male, natural hunter, great nose, strong swimmer. Of all the hunting dogs I have owned, this one is the best!
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    Wirehaired Pointing Griffons and German Wirehairs (Drahthaars) are two very different breeds. The Griffons are appreciably smaller and most are much shorter ranging. I have hunted with both and even showed a friend;s Griffon at Westminster (he won the breed). The Griffons I hunted with also had an unusual bounding gate. They are sweet dogs and easy to have around.
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