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    2010 TITLES & CERTIFICATIONS EARNED

    CONGRATULATIONS GSP CLUB OF OREGON MEMBERS FOR THE FOLLOWING  ACHIEVEMENTS WITH YOUR DOGS IN 2010!   FC/AFC Ridgelines Summer Storm, JH Call Name:  “Summer” – GSP Title Earned:  AKC Amateur Field Champion – 5/01/10 Owner:  Ron Wallace   Ridgelines Indian Summer, JH Call Name:  “Indy” – GSP Title Earned:  AKC Junior Hunter – 9/04/10 Owners:  Dominic Ritter & Ron Wallace   FC/AFC Foxgloves Dream Chaser, NRD […]

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    GSPCO Uber Achievement Award

    GSPCO UBER AWARD Guidelines for the GSPCO UBER Achievement Award History The GSP was developed in Germany in the late 1800’s to be an all-purpose dog. It was the original intent of the breeders to develop a breed of dog with inbred instinct for multiple tasks, thus requiring little time to “force train”. The GSP was bred to point, retrieve, trail wounded game, hunt both large […]

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    German Shorthaired Pointer Rescue

      THE GERMAN SHORTHAIRED POINTER CLUB OF OREGON RESCUE GROUP is comprised of volunteers who work to rescue GSP’s that have been lost, placed in shelters, or are in danger of euthanization.  When possible we assist GSP owners who wish to avoid placing their GSP in a shelter. The GSP Club tries to place rescue GSP’s through referral and arrange for veterinary and/or foster care when […]

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    Hannover Award

    HISTORY OF THE HUBERTUS HANNOVER TROPHY The Hubertus Hannover Trophy was presented to the German Shorthaired Pointer Club of Oregon by Kurt and Greta Biester.  Kurt Biester is a GSP judge and member of the Hubertus Hannover Chapter of the Klub Deutsch Kurzhaar.  The award was left in Barbara and Denny Smith’s care during the Beister’s visit to the May 1988 National Specialty Show. There were […]

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    The German Shorthaired Pointer

    The German Shorthaired Pointer was developed in Germany in the late 1800’s to be an all-purpose dog. It was the original intent of the breeders to develop a breed of dog with inbred instinct for multiple tasks, thus requiring little time to “force train”. The GSP was bred to point, retrieve, trail wounded game, hunt both large and small game, furred and feathered and to work […]