It is Anderson Creek Hunting Preserve's desire to breed German Shorthaired Pointers and Brittany Spaniels for puppies that will not only turn into great hunting dogs but will also be wonderful family dogs and beloved pets.
GSP Puppy Available 5/11/2017
We have one male GSP puppy (Scamper’s litter) available and waiting for a loving family. He likes to play and cuddle – a perfect addition to any family. If you want to meet this little guy, please call Ken Adams at 910-551-1059 or email him at email@example.com to schedule a visit.
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Rowdy says Howdy, Today is Rowdy’s 3rd birthday. The Vet says he’s in perfect health. Even with all the treats I give him he weighs the same as he did last June 25th, 61.12 pounds and about 24 1/2 inches tall. I did mess up a month ago and gave him rawhide for two weeks. He was sick fort another two weeks, he had me worried. No more rawhide bones ever. He doesn’t go hunting no where near as much since it has gotten 240 degrees out so he spends 16 hours a day sticking his head into every shrub on the place looking for those little green lizards. If … Continue reading
Rowdy says Howdy, Rowdy will be 16 months old on the 25th. I will be 804 months old on the 31st. (Halloween) He is 57 pounds, right on his target weight of 60 pounds at a year and a half. I am 210 pounds. According to my doctor I am at least 20 pounds overweight. He is around 22 inches tall. My height keeps changing as I get older. I timed him in a quarter mile at less than 30 seconds. That’s a little better than 30 miles an hour. I can’t even drive 30 miles an hour. He has been off leash for 3 months now and he doesn’t … Continue reading
James, Rowdy says Howdy Buckaroos. Rowdy turns 1 year old on the 24th. He has had all his shots and is in perfect health. He is as happy as he is healthy. Potty training was a breeze with only a couple minor setbacks. He is getting better on attacking his food dish. I work hard on not over treating him, but it’s difficult for me. Getting him to stay is the hardest task with all his energy.He weighs 48 pounds on his last weighing. My goal is to not let him get over 60 pounds as you suggested. I realize I can tweak that according to his growth. When we … Continue reading