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    gwp gsp cesky x lab pups

    Hi I am after a new pup ! Im looking for idealy I would like a male cesky fousek but after months of looking I have given up I am now thinkng Gwp Gsp or maybe lab crossed with either of those two . Does anyone have or no of and pups or planning pups like those in the future ? Any help would b great
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    the cesky fousek breeder is overseas at present, however I think a new dog has arrived and some litters are planned...like anything planned it does take time.
    there are plenty of mongrel litters being whelped most weeks.

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    I am in the same boat.
    Looking for a GSP pup.

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    another litter of pure german DK are due to drop very soon.
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    DK?
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    @Gapped axe DK is Deutsch kurzhaar which means german shorthair. They are "different" to the GSP as the dogs are tested under a german hunting test situation. Pretty sure dogs need to get a certain score to be able to be bred from. I also think that the german breedmasters tell you which dogs/bitches you can breed to. This is because they try and maintain different lines of DK.

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    Breed wardens, and they administer paper work, the health checks and test scores are in place as well as the inbreeding risk, breeders can pick and chose sire and dam anything too close may require the head breed wardens and breed club vets sign off and conditions.
    It's the same with all German breeds.
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    Kawhia could you give me any details about possible cesky pups who can I get hold pretty keen on 1

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    Where are they based?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kawhia View Post
    another litter of pure german DK are due to drop very soon.
    @R93. You need to get into some of these.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spit2506 View Post
    Kawhia could you give me any details about possible cesky pups who can I get hold pretty keen on 1
    John mennar contact him through the Waikato gundog club.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwijames View Post
    @R93. You need to get into some of these.
    I will if I find out when and where.😆

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    Quote Originally Posted by stug View Post
    @Gapped axe DK is Deutsch kurzhaar which means german shorthair. They are "different" to the GSP as the dogs are tested under a german hunting test situation. Pretty sure dogs need to get a certain score to be able to be bred from. I also think that the german breedmasters tell you which dogs/bitches you can breed to. This is because they try and maintain different lines of DK.

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    Had a look at the site , very cool . One thing that surprised me is they have black ones . As far as pure german bloodlines .I always thought these came from English pointers ?

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    The black did come from the English pointer, Arkwright pointer line I think, the same black DK mother line went into the black DD.

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    from my limited knowledge of GSP's all I know that anything from Dawn Flight Jake was good, mind you that was some years ago. On my third GWP and I wont be changing.
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