German Wirehaired Pointers
Don't discount our dogs because they are winners
in the "show ring". More than pretty, they are PROVEN in the field!
All puppies from Piscilla's litter are now spoken
for. They have gone to WY, CO, MT, ID, WA, MD, PA, NH, and Canada
- all the
great homes that love them to death, and very pleased with the pups.
They are doing really well
NEXT BREEDING PLANNED FOR SPRING OF 2013:
Check back for details!
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Priscilla has now achieved her canine good citizen and junior hunt title with AKC. Her last test she scored 9 on all four areas out of a possibility of ten on each. I look forward to progressing forward in AKC hunt tests with her. She really got into the sharptails on our way home from the German Wirehair Nationals in Ionia MI. Priscilla is also a therapy animal and loves visiting facilities. Her litter is by VC Griff's Viking Chewbacca AKA Snup (pictured below). He has achieved a New NAVHDA record: Youngest canine to earn VC with maximum score!
"Snup" is an achiever, balanced in intelligence, mental stability and co-operation; he requires challenge. He produces intense, stylish points, reliable soft-mouthed retrieves and consistent honors as well as incredible prey drive in water and field. A proven sire who passes these characteristics to his offspring. He has achieved a New NAVHDA record: Youngest canine to earn VC with maximum score!
Lace will be bred spring of 2013 to Ace
CH Fogarty Windwalkers ACE JH
All of Mica's puppies have been sold. We are accepting names for a waiting list for her next litter.
Click here to view litter pedigree.
*Click on thumbnails below to view larger image in new window.
For more information on the pedigrees/backgrounds of our dogs check out http://www.invernesskennels.com
To learn more about About German Wirehair Pointers
visit the AKC breed page
*Junior Hunting Test: A Junior hunting dog must show a keen desire to hunt,
be bold and independent, have a fast, yet attractive, manner of hunting, and
demonstrate not only intelligence in seeking objectives, but also the
ability to find game. A Junior hunting dog must establish point on at least
fifty (50) percent of the pointable birds it encounters. It is up to the
Judge to determine if a bird is pointable given the specifics of the
situation. No additional credit shall be given for steadiness to wing and
shot. If the handler is within reasonable gun range of a bird which has been
flushed after a point, a blank cartridge must be fired by the handler.
Junior hunting dogs must hold point until the handler gets within normal
gunshot range. This requirement should be tempered by practical
considerations such as the dog’s distance from the handler when it finds a
bird. Junior hunting dogs must also show reasonable obedience to their
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