Earlier in the year, I shared about my prayer binder.
I keep lists of prayers for my children, for myself, for my husband, for friends, and so on.
The first known Shorthairs were imported into the U. There are some purebred black/white ticked or solid black GSP’s in the U. PATTERN: GSP’s may have blazes or may have solid colored heads; they can be ticked (small flecking with white background), ticked with large patches, or roan (such fine ticking they appear almost solid colored). TAIL DOCKING: It is the rule to dock a GSP’s tail to 40% of original length a few days after birth.
THE GERMAN SHORTHAIRED POINTER: The GSP was developed in the last century in Germany as an all-around hunting dog and companion.
Breed development continued into this century, combining characteristics from other breeds. HOW YOU KNOW A GERMAN SHORTHAIRED POINTER: COLOR: Ranges from solid liver to a bright white ticked body with a liver head.
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Our ideal involvement is referring people who call us to owners or shelters so that the relationship may be between the custodian and the adoptive home.
We only foster animals if the need is clearly extreme.
This prevents the “dewclaw” from becoming torn if the dog is moving through brush and rough terrain.
CHARACTER & DISPOSITION: In general GSP’s are energetic, athletic dogs. Older dogs are less active, and are ideal placements with families who want more calm.
GSP’s are very devoted, often to the point of dependency. Responsible dog ownership requires no free running dogs, regardless of breed.
Most GSP’s bond well with families, no matter how old they are. AGGRESSION: Aggression is not a typical characteristic of the GSP, and is usually a product of poor socialization, abuse, or the occasional bad genetic combination.
We would like to emphasize that we are not a dumping ground for unwanted pets or animals returned to breeders – breeders must be responsible for their own litters. We only foster GSP’s which may not fare well in animal shelters or are endangered, and which we believe have the potential to become a good family pet, and possible hunting companion.