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Any English Pointer owners out there?


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  • 2 weeks later...

<----- Just a lab here

 

You have a English pointer? Let see a picture if you do.

 

You grouse hunt Longville at all I usually am up there 3 times a season or so chasing them

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  • 2 years later...

I haven't been on the website in a long time so long delayed reaction. Sorry

 

I do have an English Pointer and I live in Longville. My old dog passed away a few weeks ago at almost 15 years old!!!

I still have my young dog with special bloodlines. His father came from the last vial of Guard Rail semen. So to have a grandson of a Hall of Fame dog that died in the early 80's is very rare.

 

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Cobra, welcome back.  To bad no replies in almost 3 years to your inquiry.  Their beautiful dogs but there must not be many owners of them on here?  🤔

 

Like I have been asking for about 4 years if there are any Dual Sport bike owners on this site?  😉

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Field Bred English Springer Spaniels for me at PrairieRoseGundogs.com

I have a finished male ready to rock this hunting season.

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