We are offering for sale a unique cross breed of German Shorthaired Pointer (GSP) and Labrador Retriever (Lab) puppies. The designer hybrid breed is often called a Pointador, or Lab-Pointer. Calliope Jane (Calli) is the GSP mother and Colonel (Maverick) is the Black Lab father.
Puppies are $300 (rehoming; my costs), plus you can donate up to $300 for my efforts if you like. Most important thing is to get them to good homes. Thanks for considering. I have 2 pups left ( 2 chocolate/liver males: Blue and Turq).
The father, Colonel in his pedigree, is a full-bred, registered black Labrador Retriever who is an outstanding hunter, points at pheasant and is a family dog as well. He is AKC registered with champion hunting pedigree. He is the neighbor's black lab and I encouraged him breeding with my GSP. He is a great natured, friendly dog like most labs are.
Calli is my dog. She is a registered GSP, however, I do not have papers on her. She was originally selected by a veteran to assist with hunts for veterans with PTSD, but he moved to Illinois and I inherited her at 2 years of age. I do have an Embarq genetic test that shows her to be 100% GSP. She has great hunting instincts, points and has a strong focused prey drive. She is energetic (can run and hunt for hours on end), but is settling down as she approaches 6 years old and having two litters of pups. She is awesome at finding and killing copperheads (no less than 20 killed by her on my land). Calli is a great family dog, very sweet and affectionate while being a little willful and independent. She does need plenty of exercise and loves to run around my 10 acres. Calli is a lover and a natural hunter.
The puppies have the greatest personalities which I describe in more detail for each with add'l pics at the weblink. Puppies are 18 weeks old, have been dewormed with all of their shots for the year. They are ready for their fur-ever homes! These dogs have crazy athletic ability and are so good natured that my vet thought I should train them as therapy dogs. I hate to let them go, but it is time for them to meet their newly adopted humans. You will not be disappointed especially if you buy litter mates. They sure love playing with each other.