We have a beautiful litter of 5 Bitches and 3 Dogs from our lovely German Shorthaired Pointer.
They were born on 22/06 and will be ready for new homes on the 18/08.
Mum is a household pet and has an excellent temperament who is very sociable but very loyal dog.
All the puppies will have been microchipped and had their first vaccinations. They have been well socialised with plenty of outdoor time as we have a very rural location in which they can explore and play.
Dad is a very strong handsome dog, with excellent bloodlines and a fantastic temperament and a real gent.
GSP’s are really energetic dogs and need plenty of exercise and stimulation, but they make very good family pets, great with children and generally an all round lovely pet or working dog as they’re very instinctive dogs.
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Is the German Shorthaired Pointer the right pet for your lifestyle? Read our German Shorthaired Pointer Dog Breed Information. It is important to consider these facts to help you decide whether you are ready for long-term pet ownership.German Shorthaired Pointer Breed Information
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