4XGMPR Griz SH -X- CPR Izzy #2 — Chocolate Pointing Lab Puppies — SOLD OUT
Litter Whelp Date: 3 / 4 / 2018
Selection & Pick-up Date: Saturday, April 28th, 2018
Date after which pups are able to be shipped: Monday April 30, 2018
Available Puppies as of 3 / 29 / 2018:
- Chocolate Males (0) -- SOLD OUT
- Chocolate Females (0) -- SOLD OUT
Griz and Izzy #2 is a litter we are enjoying very much here at the kennel. Yes, I know it is confusing we have two dogs named Izzy. The first Izzy – (Izzy #1) – we use as guide dog in SD during the fall. She was bred and raised here at the kennel. The other Izzy (Izzy #2 and the mother of these pups) WAS a guide dog in SD last year and we bought her and integrated her into our kennel. I purchased her primarily for three reasons (1) ability in the field, (2) genetic package, and (3) she is laid back in the kennel.
Izzy guides through a bird field, making it seem effortless. She tends to pick her way through cover conserving energy until the time is right. That being said if the occasion calls for it the dog will jump headlong into the cattails.
The litter combines some excellent genetics. Griz is well….Griz. That is almost enough said. :). Izzy #2 is a laid back little girl that came to us via Northstar Genetics. This little dog has a background that is full of titles — Her Sire is 4XGMPR HRCH Lakotas Hurricane Cruz MH & her Damn is APR Northstar’s Feelin Tipsy of HRK “Sway”. A mouthful I know, but to sum up, Izzy’s puppy’s will have LOTS of potential in the field. Customers should have plenty of fuel here to run hunt tests, could easily guide with the pups, or simply enjoy a buddy (given plenty of exercise)
The Off switch in these dogs should be very distinct. Griz typically lives in the house and can be seen taking up space on couches in Nates house. On the other hand, Izzy lives here at the kennel, and I have to say she is one of the most laid back dogs we have. I think that if you are looking for that combination of high power in the field — but CHILL in the house… this is a good way to go.
I also think that this litter will not be hard to control. A raised voice, light collar setting, or a quick leash tug should work. Softer dogs, who are eager to please the handler.