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 Super Uber Kennels
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That's an English Pointer isn't it? Totally stunned that someone would breed a litter of them and then just dump them all in a shelter!! They are quite rare even over here in their homeland.
Yes, he's an English pointer. He was underweight when I adopted him (10lb or 4.5kg) and it seemed to take forever for him to add weight. He's a great dog though...very playful and goofy and always on the search for squirrels!!!
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In RL (as in the game) I have German Shepherd Dogs. I currently have 4 in my home. GCh.Sunflower's PrettyInPink Frost "Molly" is the oldest at almost 6 years of age. RFF,BPIG, Ch.Chilco's Eclipse of Sunflower "Bella" is Molly's daughter and is 1.5 years old and only needs 3 more points to finish her GCh. title. RMF, RFF Chilco's Ladybug of Sunflower "Bug" is 4 years old and her brother BOM,BOF,Ch.Chilco's The Fuzz of Sunflower "Seelie" is currently campaigning for his GCh. (he has been away from home since mid May). For those who don't know Seelie is a long haired German Shepherd Dog.

I also co-own Ch.Sunflower's ExpressMail Chilco (Seelie and Bug's sister) "Stamp" and her son BBPIB Sunflower's Donner of Chilco "Donnie" is 8 months old. We also have 5 puppies still with us from a repeat of Donnie's breeding at 9 weeks of age. They live with my co-breeder.

Seelie's current add


Seelie's New Champion photo


Bella's RFF photo


Molly's photo


Bug's RMF photo


Stamp's Ch. photo


Donner on the go last month


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