RUGER BURN JACKSON (was Baby Boy)
Ruger and his littermates could have had a very different ending than the one we hope we can provide for them. A guy in northern Utah has an AKC vizsla and AKC german shorthaired pointer, breeds them each year and tells folks he could register them but would cost more. Last time we checked the AKC is not registering mixed litter pups!!! In any event, he sells them in the paper as hunting dogs and those he cannot sell he shoots. One of his neighbors was asked if they wanted one prior to them being "unsold". They took all of them to keep them safe and they found our rescue group. We don't know their exact age but are guessing they are about 14 weeks old. Tails were docked short like the GSP, dew claws not removed. Redgirl is the biggest of the 3 and the girl in charge. Socks is the smaller girl and has red in her liver coat and a Vizsla color saddle with a white blaze all down her chest. Boy is the smallest and most shy at this point. He is solid liver color with just a tiny white spot under his chin. All 3 are active, inquisitive, playful, interested in everything pups who love to be picked up and cuddled. They melt in your arms and just lay there for rubs and kisses. They have all been only outside up to this point so they are not yet housetrained and are at times shy to go out or come in the sliding glass door or when people walk toward them. They are all learning fast and are being crate trained in foster care.
Update Feb 2003: Ruger's forever home found him while searching for a V or a GSP
and now they have a bit of both. Ruger has a lab brother Remi who will show him the ropes of the house and the field. Ruger will get to hunt with Remi and sleep in the bed with him as well. The Jackson's were so excited they could not wait a minute longer than their home check and jumped in the truck and drove the 8 hours each way, some with snowy roads, to fetch their baby from UT. Daryl was sad to see his little boy go but gave the thumbs up after meeting them. Enjoy your new baby and hope the both of them don't go off "half cocked" too much of the time or you will be dodging bullets!
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