Kolonia Kennels welcomes the first litter out of our much loved German Shorthair Pointer dam ‘Mimi’. The purebred GSP pups are born on the 12th ofApril 2022 and are located in the northwest of Tasmania, just out of Sheffield.
Mimi is our family pet, she is a purebred 3yr old liver German Shorthaired Pointer with pedigree papers tracing back five generations, all the way from her heritage in southern Germany. Mimi has an outstanding temperament, an affectionate nature and is well socialised with young children and other dogs.
The sire ‘Sammy’ is also a liver purebred German Shorthaired Pointer, he is two and a half years of age and a well looked after family pet. Sammy has a very intelligent, extremely enthusiastic dog with an affectionate nature while having exceptional hunting/retrieval instincts and attributes.
The pups will be looking for a forever home to go to when of aged 8-10 weeks, they will be microchipped, wormed, veterinary examined and vaccinated.
Pups will also be well socialised, have started very basic training and once old enough for solids, they will only be fed a premium diet.
Interested owners will need to provide sufficient evidence that their new home is suitable for a GSP.
German Shorthaired Pointers are an enthusiastic breed that thrive on vigorous exercise, positive training and a lot of love. They make exceptional hunting/retrieval companions (if well trained) while having an infectious friendly personality. Please take some time to consider what it means to bring a dog into your home before inquiring.
For the lucky new owners, we have created a private ‘Kolonia Kennels’ facebook group page so you can follow the litter from now on to receival. We will post regular photos and video updates of how the pups are tracking and will also post relevant information to prepare everyone for the pups arrival.
If you would like to express your interest in one of our puppies or would like more information, please email us with your name and contact details.
We are looking forward hearing from you.
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