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I'm in the process of finding a puppy to buy for Christmas 2004. I have 2 little girls so temperment is very important! We will be using the dog for mostly grouse and a little pheasent and duck hunting. Would like to find a pup in MN or Western Wisconsin as we live in the NE subs of the Twin Cities, so I would like to be able to check the mother of the dog out before I put down money on a pup. Our family is on 1 income, so $1000 is out of our range and $100 is too cheap to get what I would expect from this pup, but in this range. I would not mind a very dark color. What ever sex of pup we get, it will be fixed.

Please email me at [email protected] or call me at 651-257-4085 with good or bad info about different breeders in my area or other info. Thanks for taking the time to read my post!

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After 3 months with my English Setter, I would highly recommend one.

I bought mine from LeSueur river Kennels near Waseca. They have a web page and I can send it to you if you want.

I bought a male for $350 and he has been great, the breeder owns both the male and female and they are of the smaller breed, both parents are in the 40-45 pound range

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If you are interesteted in an American Brittany I know who to point you to...I just got off the phone with the breeder. He has a new litter of pups born July 2nd. They will be available the end of August. Three females (two already gone) and five males. These pups are two steps away from Nolan's Last Bullet (A.K.A. Buddy). The most winningest dog in the NSTRA (check out Beeline Brittany's web site.) I have a year old male from the same two parents of this litter. All I can say is that he is a wonderful dog who shows lots of potential. Let me know if you are interested. I think he is asking $325-$350. Great breed, great pedigry, great people and a great price to boot...how can you lose!

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I know where there are Vizsla hunting pups ready to go. They are a good breed for the hunter that does a variety of things. Points in the woods and field and very friendly for the home. Loves kids. Only one coat of hair too. They swim and do water work as well. Medium sized- 40-60#.

weyer003 at umn dot edu

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I would contact the GWP club of the Twin Cities. They are going to be your best source of breeders to stay away from and those that come with good recomendations.

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