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    Pudelpointer

    Hi All, does anyone know of working Pudelpointer breeders in the UK.
    Regards Derek

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    Must admit i looked to see if it was april the 1st; ever day is a school day, good luck with the search.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derek Dixon View Post
    Hi All, does anyone know of working Pudelpointer breeders in the UK.
    Regards Derek
    Speak to Andy Cullen at Loachin gundogs. Andy has handled a few in recent years and will no doubt be able to point you in the right direction.

    Mike
    Specialist boarding for working dogs in Staffordshire.
    All breeds of dogs trained, puppies and older dogs sometimes available
    Click here------->Wren's mews, kennels and cattery.<-------Click here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derek Dixon View Post
    Hi All, does anyone know of working Pudelpointer breeders in the UK.
    Regards Derek
    Hi there ,Im not a breeder but I do have one and the guy who sold me him stopped breeding them because there wasn't a big demand for them .If you want any more information pm me and I will give you his contact numberClick image for larger version. 

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    ATB bugsy

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    Deer Dog Available
    I've had the pleasure of working with one for over two years now,what character they have,never a dull moment.A great all round hpr that works great on the deer.I'll never be without one and cannot praise them highly enough .Good luck with finding one.Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by fbrad View Post
    I've had the pleasure of working with one for over two years now,what character they have,never a dull moment.A great all round hpr that works great on the deer.I'll never be without one and cannot praise them highly enough .Good luck with finding one.Click image for larger version. 

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    Hi fbrad, hope you don't mind me asking where you picked up yours as there ain't to many about . My dog is only now starting to grow up , they seem to be slow to mature, but I was a beginner with this breed and didn't realise how easy bored they get .Full of go and only ever used on deer but he will stop and point at any bird which was a pain as I kept him clear of all birds as I don't shoot any. Wouldn't part with him now. Hope my mates don't read this because up to about 6 months ago I was thinking on getting rid of him.

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