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Thread: (GMPR,HRCH, MH) Pointing Lab stud dogs with the best "off" switch?

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    At the risk of derailing this thread what is the difference between a yellow sire and and black sire that is yellow factored?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Socks View Post
    At the risk of derailing this thread what is the difference between a yellow sire and and black sire that is yellow factored?
    More yellow puppies with a yellow sire.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jax View Post
    What can anybody tell me about GMPR Scooter. Anyone have pups out of him. Anyone know how he is around the house...
    Again, contact his owner, Chris Smith, he's planning a repeat of the breeding that produced Scooter. Will know of Scooter pups, both upcoming and who has some, and talk to you about Scooter. Contact the people who handle/train Scooter, like Rusty Haglund, Mark Edwards, Bill Petrovish, who's been running him in AA stakes recently. Those are your best sources, the ones who've seen the dog in person.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jax View Post
    Ok. I am looking for Rooster Smasher breedings that would be ready or due this summer if possible. Looking
    for a fox red/dark yellow female...what is out there.
    Contact Cresthill kennels. I saw they have a litter doing June. It is not my litter, therefore I am not advertising. Nor do I have any financial interest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HNTFSH View Post
    Perhaps my reply wasn't clear. It's not that I don't believe hard driving, biddable dogs can't be welcomed house fellows it's that I believe many 'new' pup owners buy into the myth it's actually an on/off switch genetically inherent. It's fostered by a host of breeder ad's stating: "firebreather in the field and lover bunny at home". When was the last breeder ad that actually stated the sire or dam were a PIA around the house?

    I am only suggesting that drive is drive and training is training. Good canine citizens are raised not born.
    You're right and the fact that they all need training. They do not become good citizens no matter what the breeding is if you just leave them alone. Children are not born perfect either unless you teach them. But you are right, people even expect their children to be born perfect and leave them run wild.
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    4xGMPR HRCH Rooster Smasher, MH, QAA on left
    Erik The Red, MH (Son of 2004 NAFC) on right
    Gabby Dabby Do (12 week old daughter of 4xGMPR HRCH Arrowpoint Kenai Midnight Sun MH)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainmaker View Post
    Those are your best sources, the ones who've seen the dog in person.

    Now that's a novel idea!
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    Any Rooster Smasher litters out there that will produce fox reds/dark yellows that will be ready to go early this summer?

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    Check out Sauk River Kennels they have a rooster litter .

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    Faber-labs.com has 3 males available. Or call Doug at 507-236-6447

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