As you can see in the photograph, he does look like that part of his pedigree.
Wyatt had birds shot over him prior to five months of age, and has attended two summer camps here in Washington where he lived staked out, worked birds and spent a lot of time on obedience. He likes people, but loves birds and hunting. All who have seen Wyatt are consistent in their opinion that he could be a truly great dog.
He is available because he is just too much dog for the family that took him home at seven weeks. His needs are not ones they can provide, so they have asked me to place him to a more skilled environment. He will work fine for someone who knows how to keep the upper hand, psychologically more so than physically. He definitely needs a leader, and responds well to one.
The dog is with me now. I am working with him and will shoot video as soon as I feel it is representative of his abilities. Photos are available right now.
You might want to get your name in on this one - he's a potentially great dog.
Obviously, as with any dog I advertise, he is current on shots and is in perfect condition, both physically and mentally.
Thanks for your interest - I truly appreciate it!
Jim Jorgensen 425.941.5328 PDT