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2022 Breeding

Leonie x Charlie 2022 Spring/Summer: 

Pups are here, born June 29! There are 7 females, 4 males and lots of white and dark pups.  This litter is full.

Leonie                                                  

 

Charlie of Great Lakes Gun Dogs

Charlie is a South Dakota based Pheasant Hunting dog running public ground the majority of his life. He hunted with another Braque at a very young age and showed natural honoring the first time out that only developed as he aged. He developed into a solid charging pheasant dog that could run the lightest of cover or the heaviest of cat tails. He is controlled to a 40–80-yard distance in his hunts, but when not controlled will easily step into the 150-yard range on the open prairie. Charlie has easily had 150 wild Roosters shot over him over the years. Based on years of GPS data, Charlie covers 4:1 for mileage of the hunter on average. Charlie has a solid nose, a great willing to please, and a typical Braque temperament. In the off-season he is found in the sunroom enjoying some warmth, or in the back yard sleeping in the lawn.  Pedigree

 

 

 

**We are accepting deposits for the following litters:

Fall 2022/Winter 2023 – Reagan (first litter) x Porter

Reagan                                                 Porter

      

Fall 2022/Winter 2023 – Phoebe x Porter

Phoebe                                            Porter

  

I want to reserve a Great Lakes Gun Dogs puppy now!

 Our first availability for a pup is Fall 2022.  The cost for both male and female pups for 2022 are $2400.  This includes:

  • 2-year health guarantee

  • Health tested Dam and Sire for genetic eye/hip abnormalities – OFA and/or Pennhip

  • Microchipping with free lifetime activation

  • First round of vaccinations & professional health screening

  • Tail docking

  • Puppy packet of useful training information along with a 5lb. bag of starter food

  • North American Versatile Hunting Dog Association (NAVHDA) registration

  • Bio sensor training

  • Early socialization to many different stimuli during critical early growth periods