Master Hunter Sire and Junior Hunter Dam GSP PUPPIES

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Master Hunter Sire and Junior Hunter Dam GSP PUPPIES

  jeremy schaeffer

  80 lengel homestead road
          pine grove, Pennsylvania - United States

  (570) 617-5033


We are a small kennel located in the scenic farmlands of Pine Grove, Pennsylvania. We are approx 45 minutes north of Harrisburg and 5 minutes off of Interstate 81.Before a breeding takes place, we give careful consideration to the bloodlines, the parents and the overall quality of the pups they will produce.We breed to Improve, Preserve and Enhance the Characteristics that makes the German Shorthair Pointer so unique. These characteristics are excellent temperment, confirmation, intelligence, trainability and natural hunting ability. We like to see our pups go to hunting homes but due to the great characteristics of the GSP's, they make wonderful companions to everyone so, we also sell to non-hunting homes. We sell our pups to approved homes only! We try our best to place all our pups in homes where they are loved like family. We do not sell to agents, brokers or pet shops.Our satisfaction rating, thus far, is 100% and we intend on keeping it that way. We gaurantee our dogs and do whatever we can to satisfy our new puppy owners. We are always here to help in anyway we can. Not just for a few weeks after the pup goes home, for the life of it.WE HAD A LITTER WHELP SEPTEMBER 23rd 2007 between MASTER HUNTER MAVERICK AND JUNIOR HUNTER DYANI. For all the info on this litter, Our dogs are some of the top dogs in the country. Check out their pedigrees and you will see.The cost of our puppies depends on the gender and the breeding. All pups are sold with a 2 year health guarantee and the option of FULL registration. The price of the pups helps cover the cost of the excellent care given during breeding, weaning and 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, current vaccinations and are checked for any parasites. 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 kept in our home. This ensures that they will get all the attention they need. Our pups are just like family! They get the help they need by getting started on house breaking and crate training before going home with their new owners. 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 to mom for cleaning, feeding and warmth. From this point on, there is alot of attention given to the pups to make sure they are properly socialized, and cared for. We also start the Early Neurologic Stimulation at 3 days of age and continue til the 16th day.At 3 1/2 to 4 weeks of age, a blank gun is shot at a distance from the pups. This is non-stressful to the pups and it helps them to adapt to the noises around them as they grow older and closer to days in the field. This technique has brought excellent results for the pups going to hunting homes. The gun shot become more frequent as we are gradually moving closer to them.We begin the weaning process at about 4 weeks old. They are introduced to Purina Puppy Chow and water. By the time they hit 5 weeks, they are fully weaned from mom. Puppies are playing and retreiving objects at this point. We start the wing training at 5 weeks and some pups are sight pointing by 6 weeks of age. This is a very special and important part of raising the pups. At this time the pups are also started on crate training a housebreaking.At 6 weeks 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. From this point on, the pups are put in crates at night and let out in the morning for the full day. While the pups are out for the day they get bathroom breaks, play most of the time, take little naps and have training sessions. Once nighttime rolls around again, pups are tired from all the activies the day had to offer. We then return them to the crate for the night. This has helped tremendously with house breaking and crate training.Between 7 and 8 weeks, pups are going home to their new owners. We ask all the new owners to keep us updated from time to time with pictures and stories. Also, with any questions or concerns they may have........Like we said before, our pups are FAMILY!