Remus - 4 years old, w/o, bred See Johnny Run, Barkers Blue Jet, Cypress Creek Rock, and CCDex. Lightly Marked, 60 pound dog, medium range, nice handle, good long nose, standing birds stanch in sight or out, had some birds shot over him this fall. Smooth gait, faster than he looks, doesn't hit the ground hard for a big dog, good style on point. Remus would make a really nice first field trial dog, or open country shooting dog. He is quiet in the kennel, not a fighter by nature (tho he will stand up for himself), wants to please and be around you. Make a great family/gun dog if you can stand one that gets past 100 yards. Good enough to head a kennel. 4 years old. Current on shots. $800 here.
4 mo Old puppies, Hytest, Bozeann's Rustler, CC Rock, Dam same breeding as above. These should make field trial dogs. Spent the summer in Montana, starting to hunt, bold, friendly puppies, w/o. 2 dog puppies, one female might be available. Should go about 45-50 pounds grown. Whelped 4 July. I am keeping a dog and a b###h, and the dog puppy I picked is the ugliest one of the lot(?), I just can't change my pick. Current shots. $400
Buddy, same breeding as above, 3 years old. Close to medium range, stylish on point and running. Compact, about 45 pounds. Excellent nose, natural bird dog, point back retrieve. Make a really good foot trial dog or gentlemans gun dog. Likes people, friendly, good enough for a stud dog. $1500 firm.
Hoss - 7 years old, w/o lightly marked, 52 pounds, deep chest, good tail running and on point. Medium range. Hytest/Bozeann's Rustler, Commander breeding. 50 pounds, Stylish running and on point, Pointing birds stanch, but not broke to flush and shot, will look dead. Quiet in the kennel, not a bad fighter, but will stick up for himself if put upon. LIkes people. I bought him for a stud dog because I liked his breeding. Sire of the puppies above. This is a nice dog you can buy cheap as a gun dog or an amateur trial dog if you want to finish him. He has a good nose and will find his share of birds. $350 here.
I have a b###h (Prin) that is line bred, weighs about 45 or 50 pounds, the tallest setter b###h I've ever seen. Big deep chest. I was going to get rid of her, but she is too good a dog to throw away. She is a tough hard hunting b###h that will not quit. She is an all day dog, and there ain't many of those around. I will do the DNA work to determine her accurate breeding, which is the same generally as Remus and Buddy, so she can be registered at my expense and give her to somebody who will breed her to a good stud dog and give me a dog puppy back. She is 2 years old, will point birds and has a good nose. She is good enough for an amateur trial dog or a class gun dog. She has one cloudy eye, which doesn't bother her. She has a good gait and is stylish on the ground. This is a good b###h, I just don't have room for her any more. Whoever takes her will get the deal of his or her life. Folks who like big setters are crying for b###hes like this. She is tough minded and independent. I have three other b###hes I have to keep or she would not be leaving the kennel. This sounds like bullshit, but it isn't. I don't want her going to somebody who will raise a litter from her and put her down - she deserves better than that. If somebody out there wants a free trial dog, here she is, foot or horseback. She might start to reach on out - she is independent and fast enough. She just needs more exposure. If nobody takes her, I am going to breed her myself (God help me!) I'd sure like to see her bred to that Audubon Americus dog. He has the multiple crosses to Mighty Rex, a Commander bred dog.
All prices etc are at the kennel, located in Strasburg Co, 40 miles east of Denver on I-70. All dogs current on shots, guaranteed as described and free of dysplasia, etc. No cryptorchidism, etc.
Paul Garrett, 720-238-2510. Pics available. email Flintspr@gmail.com I am going to Mississippi in January, can deliver enroute. Good luck all, and remember to keep a leg on either side.