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WTOBob

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Say Hello to Ben, best dog ever
 

tops911

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This is Alma vom Obenender Forst (almost 9 years old) she lives up to the versatile name. I think she enjoys taking out raccoons almost as much as bird hunting. I got her while I was stationed in Germany.
 

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tnbndr

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This is my Belle, my 4th GSP. All were great dogs in their own way but I got her at 2 years old, never hunted. Worked with a trainer and she is steady to wing, shot and fall. 6 years old now and can't wait to hunt. Great house dog, loves the grandkids and wife. Life is good.
 

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I had GSP's until my Pudlepointer and we have two in the family still. GSP's would go I just could not stand to watch them freeze retrieving ducks from the river in 10 degrees. The Pudlepointer is a fabulous hunter and probably has the best nose of any dog I have ever owned. He is still young and my complaints are really nothing compared to how well he hunts. First dog I have ever had if he can get to a beer and not get on the counter or table he is drinking it, and will take any beating you can give him before and after happily. Only thing I cannot get him to learn is leave it alone.
 

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FEENIX

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I had GSP's until my Pudlepointer and we have two in the family still. GSP's would go I just could not stand to watch them freeze retrieving ducks from the river in 10 degrees. The Pudlepointer is a fabulous hunter and probably has the best nose of any dog I have ever owned. He is still young and my complaints are really nothing compared to how well he hunts. First dog I have ever had if he can get to a beer and not get on the counter or table he is drinking it, and will take any beating you can give him before and after happily. Only thing I cannot get him to learn is leave it alone.
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