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Black Lab/German Shorthair cross

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I was just wondering if anyone's ever had one? Just curious if they have more lab characteristics or more shorthair characteristics...Is each litter different?

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My puppies Dad is a GSP and her Mother is a Choc. Lab....She is all Chocolate in color. She has some speckles on her feet and a patch on her chest. She also has a little white on her tail. Some days she looks like a Lab and others a GSP. Her face looks just like her Dad (gsp), she does have longer legs and she runs in the field when she hunts just like a GSP. She is a great dog. I have pictures of her but don't know how to post. Tim MF

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I'd like to see a picture if you wouldn't mind. You can email them to [email protected] Thanks.

It will be interesting to see how the pups turn out.

Does your dog seem to like the water, does she handle the cold well?

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yeah, she does have a lot of GSP features, especially in the face. Nice looking dog. A buddy of mine is having a litter of GSP/Black Lab. Might have to think about getting a pup.. Thanks.

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Here's the pics of the father (pure GSP) and Mayfly's lab/GSP cross. She'll always be a GSP to me!



Gauge was just successfully studded out to a GSP, so if anyone wants pups, let me know!

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