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CARLS GROUSE

looking for a Started Setter

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CARLS GROUSE

I had a five year old in the prime of his hunting days english setter killed last week. He was my first and had him throughout college. To say its been hard is an understatement. I am in the landscaping bussiness and most my days were filled with daydreams of me and Carl up in the grouse woods. I'm looking for a started dog that I could hunt this fall. I'm looking for one that is a pet as well as a hunter the dog will be inside and have a really great life. Thanks for the help guys doesnt have to be a setter but I'm leaning that way if it could be possible.

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MinDak Hunter

You could try contacting Jim Tande. If you e-mail me I will send you his cell phone number. Jim is in ND training right now so he may have a setter for you.

Mike Martin

mjmartin10@hotmail.com

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I had a five year old in the prime of his hunting days english setter killed last week. He was my first and had him throughout college. To say its been hard is an understatement. I am in the landscaping bussiness and most my days were filled with daydreams of me and Carl up in the grouse woods. I'm looking for a started dog that I could hunt this fall. I'm looking for one that is a pet as well as a hunter the dog will be inside and have a really great life. Thanks for the help guys doesnt have to be a setter but I'm leaning that way if it could be possible.


First, I'm sorry for what happened to your hunting buddy. I've been in that situation myself and know how painful it is for you. My sympathy is with you. As far as setters go, I would go through Jack LeClair. E-mail me and I will give you his number and whatever else you might want/need. All he deals with are setters, so he's very good at what he does.

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