We are located near Forest Lake, Minnesota.
We raise quality bred German Shorthaired Pointers. All our dogs are very well tempered and great with children. All our puppies are well socalized with people, children and other dogs. We have a waiting list and do not breed our dogs until we have deposits on part of a litter. It is very important to us that our puppies go to good loving homes as well a home that hunts. All our dogs are health checked for hips and eyes prior to breeding. We guarantee all our puppies against genetic defects until the age of two. All our puppies are sold with two health checks, first vaccinations, they are de-wormed, and micro-chipped. For more information on our dogs please view the “Our Dogs” page and for information on puppies please visit our “Planned Breedings” and “Puppies” pages.
How we got started with hunting dogs…..
We got our first German Shorthaired Pointer in 1993. He was a gift from my uncle Mike. My dad Joe and uncle Mike hunted GSP’s together for many years doing shoot to retrieve trials. My Uncle Mike had many GSP’s and had bred them for many years. One day he deciced my dad needed to have his own dog to hunt with so he made the hour and a half drive from his house to ours on a warm June day with the suprize of our first GSP that we named Jewels.
In December of 1993 I convinced my parents that Jewels was lonely and needed a friend. On a rainy/ snowy December night on the flip of a coin the descion to get a second GSP was, head we go tails we don’t go, it was heads. So Mom, Dad, my sister, brother and I all piled into the car and made the two hour drive to get a male GSP puppy, little did we know what we would come home with. When we arrived there was all kind of puppies, only one male though. The male puppy did not really bond with us kids so my parents asked to see one of the females, a white and liver, this was the first time any of us had seen any other color GSP then the standard liver ticked. The puppies name was “Trixie” and we all instantly fell in love with her. We made our 2 hour drive home with our new dog Trixie a few days before Christmas.
In April of 1994 at the Horse and Hunt Clubs Annual Hunt Test there were people selling puppies everywhere. I begged my dad to get another puppy. It was day one of four of the test and my dad and uncle were in 1st place. He told me if they stayed in the top three he would buy me the puppy. Thinking to himself there is three days left there is no way they would stay in the top three. To his and my suprize they took 3rd place and I got a new puppy a solid liver female we named Cocoa.