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We have three German shorthaired pointers available as studs including Champ, an AKC master hunter with a sought after solid liver color. Learn more about Champ as well as Titan, a fun dog with an impressive pedigree, and the promising, young Banjo, a GSP with incredible instincts.

CHAMP

TOP GUN SVCHAMP "CHAMP"
German shorthaired pointer
AKC Master Hunter, AKC DNA certified, OFA Excellent (hips certified), Eyes certified
Born: 03/07/2006
Sire: FC TOP GUN JAKE - AKC Master Hunter
Dam: TOP GUN THUNDER STRUCK - AKC Master Hunter
Weight: 70-75 pounds

CHAMP is the best of the best - a big, solid bird dog that covers ground as graceful as a deer. He can hunt all day and go again the next morning, no problem. His nose is so sharp that he will turn in mid air when he winds a bird. He retrieves land or water to hand just like a master hunter should. He has an incredible pedigree and sires top quality pups.

Stud fee: $2,500 for approved females


TITAN

NORMANS LAST BULLET AT TKDWN "TITAN"
German shorthaired pointer
Born: 9/24/2004
Weight: 60-65 pounds

TITAN is a really fun dog on a hunt. He can range out or hunt close. He is collar and whistle trained and will turn on a dime when the whistle is blown. Titan has a great nose and retrieves to perfection on land or water. With his build, we will utilize him well as a stud dog. Plus he has a great temperament around kids and other dogs. His pedigree is extremely strong with relatives such as NFC FC RAWHIDES CLOWN and NFC LB'S OHI SHAMELESS.

Stud fee: $1,500 for approved females



BANJO

EDISTO'S DUELING "BANJO" VON BRUHL
German shorthaired pointer
Born: 08/22/2010
Sire: TOP GUN "CHAMP" - AKC master hunter
Dam: IMPRESSIVE MAMA "MIA" - AKC junior hunter
Weight: 60-65 pounds

Banjo has the "It Factor" and could be the best bird dog I have ever owned. It's as if he can speak English. We don't have to put an electric collar on him because he minds so well. He doesn't get overly excited like a lot of young dogs. He knows what his job is and gets it done. We started hunting him with clients when he was 5 months old, and he has been showing out ever since. He eventually will be a stud dog, but right now we are just letting him have fun in the field.