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    HWV pup recommendations?

    Hi there,
    I'm currently looking for a HWV pup and would like to know if anyone can point me In the right direction.

    Must have full pedigree (with no blanks), and from working lines.

    id be grateful for any information

    all the best,
    Mike

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    I got mine from Julian Apps, Harigos gun dogs in Hastings. Odd location I know. Did a lot of research before I went to him. Very good and proven working stock, no interest in showing at all. He is now 2 1/2 and a real cracker of a working dog. They are a bit on the needy side, but that's the breed in general rather than the stock.

    Other alternative was Roy Bebbington of Gongos gun dogs in Yorkshire.
    So much to learn and so little time left

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    Thanks for the tip. I've just sent Roy Bebbington an email so will check out Harigos as well!

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    I have seen some good whv's from Andy Cheeseman
    he is Dorset, might be a bit far for you

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    Quote Originally Posted by cookingfat View Post
    I have seen some good whv's from Andy Cheeseman
    he is Dorset, might be a bit far for you
    Thanks for the tip, for the right pup I'm prepared to travel. I'll send him an email

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    I got my lad from Lanspar Gundogs County Durham, lovely natured pup, wants to be with me all the time but has no issues living in his kennel. He wants to hunt any chance he gets and has a great nose on him constantly air/ground scenting and now that I am starting to read the signs indicating deer up ahead. He has already had a couple of good finds for me!


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    Hi Mike, speak to Darren at Musket HWV he has some fantastic dogs that are stalked over and worked on all game, my 6 month old bitch has some of his bloodlines and is a pleasure to train, welcome to the world of velcro dogs.

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    Velcro vizslas was always used in reference to the Hungarian Vizsla (smooth ) not the wires , separate breeds and very different dogs

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    Mine WH definitely has a bit of Velcro in him!!!
    So much to learn and so little time left

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