For The Foot Hunter


Our German Shorthaired Pointers are 100% guaranteed from nose to tail and everything in between.  What this means is, if you get your shorthair home and they are too much to handle or there is something you just don't like about them, I will replace that German Shorthaired Pointer with a different German Shorthair.  All our German Shorthair Pointers are guaranteed to be physically healthy at time of delivery.  All shots and worming will be up to date.  We will guarantee the German Shorthair Pointers hips to be rated as fair, good or excellent in an official O.F.A. licensed X-Ray procedure.  This must not be done before the German Shorthair Pointer reaches 24 months of age and can not be done after 26 months of age.  Our guarantee also covers any other diagnosed defects, detected by the age of 26 months. 

Guarantee voided

1. If any of my German Shorthairs are improperly handled, abused, or neglected, I will be able to tell and the guarantee will be voided.

2. If the hip dysphasia is due to an injury the guarantee will be voided.  This will be determined by a licensed veterinarian.

3. The guarantee will be voided if you do not allow adequate time for your new German Shorthair Pointer to adjust to its new surroundings before taking it hunting.  When you get your new GSP you will need to take time for it to get to know you and you to get to know it before you can expect it to fully listen to you.  When a started/finished GSP leaves my kennel, they will know their commands but they don't know you as their "master."  You must take the time to gain their trust and show them you are actually their "master."

4. Stupidity and/or ignorance on a new owner's part is also justification to void the guarantee.  For example, very few dogs are inherently "gun shy."  Most dogs with this problem were made that way by human error, whether that error was intentional or not.  Some dogs are "noise sensitive" and because of this, the introduction to gunfire must be done properly and over a period of time.  If you go about your training properly and go at your dogs pace (not your own pace), the introduction to gunfire will be successful. 

Please take the time to call or email me if you ever have a question about training your new German Shorthaired Pointer.  I will help you in anyway I can.  If I don't have the answer to your question, I will find someone that does.  I understand that training your new hunting partner and companion can be a challenging task for some people.  However, I also know that it should and can be a very fun and rewarding experience.  I will do my best to help you experience the fun and rewarding side to training.


                                 Hunt'em Up Kennels
                                     2998 E Ivy Ln
 Tescott, Ks. 67484
                                          Kaj Larson

                                Cell: (785) 820-6451
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