GSP Pups in NC Over 80+ Titled Dogs in Pedigree

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GSP Pups in NC Over 80+ Titled Dogs in Pedigree

  James Cook

  131Bienville Dr
          Fayetteville, North Carolina - United States



GSP Pups from Colt vd Westwind MH NA Prize I 112 pts X Hazelwood Storm’s Aurija JH whelped 4 June – ready now.

DON'T WAIT TILL TOMORROW, CALL NOW, THESE GREAT PUPS WILL NOT LAST LONG AT THIS PRICE - IT'S A GIVE AWAY. Why? I am an Army officer, wasn't expecting to be deployed anytime soon in my current position, but with the way of things today, I was given two weeks to prepare to go I'm motivated to place these pups into good hunting homes as soon as possible...all I'm asking here is for the pup to be well cared for in a good hunting home. You are getting a tremendous deal here.

Litter size is 13, four were pre-sold, six have already been placed and there are ONLY 3 males remaining. All are great looking pups and have solid liver heads and are liver patched, ticked and roan. They have had their first and second set of shots, dew claws removed, tails docked, and routine vet checks. Pups will go home to you with collar, leash, reference material, 3-year health guarantee, and all pertinent papers (including shot records) as well as an 8 lb bag of IAMS© puppy food. Feel free to call anytime.

There are over 80 titled dogs in the combined pedigrees of sire and dam.

Sire was the youngest ever dog to earn his MH pointing dog title in 2002.

Dam shows excellent confirmation, temperament, bidability, range and drive. Her PennHIP score is 0.29/0.29 which places her in the 80th percentile for GSPs, meaning that her hips are tighter than 80% of all shorthairs, definitely a very good thing. There is no indication of degenerative joint disease (DJD), cavitations or other hip problems. Essentially, this equates to an OFA Excellent rating if you are unfamiliar with PennHIP evaluations.

Call (910) 527-1098 OR email me at

>>>>UPDATE: As of 7 June 2004
The puppies have arrived on 4 June 2004. Thirteen active and gorgeous pups are here. There are 8 males and 5 females, all with solid liver heads except for one that has a white Mohawk. Some are more white and some are more liver and new pictures will be posted soon to the website listed below. I have four orders currently, which leaves plenty of options for everyone

>>>>UPDATE: As of 28 June 2004
Eyes began to open on day 13 and by day 15 all pups had their eyes open and the ears are beginning to open too, I am noticing reactions to noise from about half the litter last night. All pups are walking/"running" and tipping over frequently, but they're really getting their legs now, stronger every day now and have doubled their size and weight in the past week. They are 3 weeks old today and I have reservations accepted on 1 female and 4 males at this time. The ticking is becoming very pronounced and will continue to darken to the point that they should all become liver roan like the sire and dam above. All pups have solid liver heads except one with a white "mowhawk."

>>>>UPDATE: As of 14 July 2004
The pups are now five weeks old and fully weaned from the mother. I have taken new photos and those are going to be posted to the website by the end of the week. Weight gain is increasing significantly as is their activity level. I continue to work with conditioning them to handling, touch, grooming, etc. They received their first worming at week 3 and are scheduled for their first shots at six weeks and a second worming. They are able to go to their new homes as soon as Sunday 26 July. All of the pups have shown confidence in various environments, have been introduced to water and are now spending a part of each day outside as well as in the house. As I had suspected their coats are getting darker and looking more like the sire and dam each day.

>>>>>UPDATE: As of 15 August 2004
The pups now average somewhere around 12 - 12.5 lbs for the females and 14-16 lbs for the males. They are developing well, beginning to understand “come here” and responding better - until a butterfly or cricket intersects their path… Still very much a people pup and extremely affectionate. Fearless and inquisitive of everything around them. I’ve begun very short exercises on the table for whoa introduction and “playtime” revolves around focused training that assists in house training and field work. The hurricane had no affect on us here in Fayetteville; however, it has rained all day here today…